Took me 30 minutes in total, 10 for 1, 5 for 2 and 15 for 3 (I had ran out of pieces and had to search for more).
They have a JFSR, browning (With technic pin) and V1 Sterling.
Updated shot with the new heavy hardsuit. They're all the same except for 4's longer range comms and 2's helmet and different backpack.HERE
is a breakdown as promised. Legs:
Pretty straight forward. The clip on clip action allows poseability. The brick connect to the 1x1 tile with clip, and the 1x1 tile goes on top. The bracket goes on the back with the stud facing outwards. The jumper foor goes on brick.Lower Body:
The 1x1 plate with spade goes under the handlebars so the 1x1 tile faces forward.Upper Body:
The 1x1 tile with clip goes on the opposite side to the anti-stud. The handlebars clip onto that with the droid arms clipping onto the handlebar. The 1x1 plate goes into the anti-stud and then you add 1 1x1 plates with rings (One closest to body points down). Then add 1x1 round bricks to the top ring and 2 1x1 rounds to the bottom. The jumper goes on top with the head on that.Shoulders
Dish connects to side of body. The headlight connect to that. Add a 1x1 plate to the top stud and place the neck bracket on that. Place a 1x1 tile on the bracket. Another bracket goes on the side with the stud facing the back. The arm (Hand, leg, robot clip) then goes into the anti-stud using the hand.
I'm not fussed about credit, but obviously it would be appreciated.