BMC Toys produces inexpensive 1:32 scale plastic figures, accessories and playsets. While historical accuracy and basic human anatomy take a back seat with BMC sculpting, these figures are ideal for children and for use in school history projects and offer excellent play value. These are exceptional products year after year.
BMCToys.com is part of VictoryBuy Inc., a family owned and operated e-commerce business based in Scranton, Pennsylvania. We began offering 'Plastic Army Men' many years ago on early e-commerce sites like eBay and Amazon. Today, we specialize in working closely with small independent manufacturers to bring the best figures and playsets to our customers. We're especially proud to continue the production of BMC Toys following the untimely passing of our long time supplier and mentor, Bill McMaster.
BMC Toys was founded by Bill McMaster in 1991 and began producing original historically themed plastic soldier playsets shortly thereafter. Inspired by the classic playsets of the 1950s and 1960s he used his experience as a Toys-R-Us purchasing agent to become an entrepreneur and bring this classic style of toy to a whole new generation. Bill created a bridge to the 21st Century for the plastic soldier hobby and even mentored several new plastic soldier companies. He operated BMC Toys until he unexpectedly passed away in 2014. VictoryBuy worked with Bill's family to continue production of the BMC Toys product line. Current production is made in the same factory that has been producing the line for over 20 years. Bill is sadly missed, but BMC Toys is soldiering on.
BMC Toys 'Classic Army Men' collection is a new product line of toy soldier figures and accessories manufactured in the USA using vintage toy molds from some of the most iconic US Toy companies of the 20th Century including The Louis Marx & Company, Payton, and MPC.
BMC Toys is proud to announce that in 2020 we will introduce the first all new figure set under the VictoryBuy Inc. banner. The 'Plastic Army Women' collection will feature six brand new sculpts of female soldiers in the style of the best classic little green army men of the 20th century. This was a project of humble kitchen table beginnings that has transformed into a story of epic proportions that we would have never have expected in a million years.