don't have enough good men in the raincoat, synthetic resin-coated , OD, dismounted.
You'd think that WWII was only fought on sunny days! Even in North Africa you
see guys wearing their raincoats for warmth, if not to keep dry. So Taesung Harmms
gives us one for a cold, rainy day on the front.
his coat this GI wears the herringbone twill one-piece suit special ordered up
in September 1943, which had flaps over the front thigh pockets and only one breast
pocket instead of two. He carries a bandage pouch and ammo pouch for a Colt pistol,
but the weapon is not visible.
figure is a simple but elegantly sculpted affair. Just decide which head you want
to place on the one-piece body. I do like that herringbone cap! However, I must
express a bit of disappointment that there was no undercut of the raincoat and
the resulting back "wall" of resin right against the rear of the legs
is going to need some attention from my Dremel to give it more proper depth. I
guess I've been spoiled by DML.
can see many uses for this guy. It would be nice to have a few more fellows clad
like him (the DML Remagen set offers one) to
populate a really wet setting.