are a couple of tough gyrenes on the move. Once again Sergey Traviansky sculpts
expressive figures with a wealth of details: the M1944 herring bone twill utility
uniforms are tattered and torn. The man carrying the .30 Browning has washboard
abs that are the closest most of us are going to get to owning. He also has a
pair of asbestos mittens, one between his shoulder and the heavy gun, the other
hanging from his belt. His right hand is molded to the machine gun as is the other
Marine's hand that grasps the tripod. Additional gear includes three ammo boxes,
an M1 carbine for the assistant, a .45 Colt, and a couple M1910 canteens with
the crossed flaps. All of the necessary details are in place, and the undercuts
for the open shirt and torn trousers are convincing.
heads are keepersfortunately, since it would be a challenge to remove them
from their torsos and graft replacements to the exposed upper chests. The men
scale a bit over 6' with their helmets on.
is a superior resin offering that could be the centerpiece of any diorama or vignette.
sample provided by Evolution Miniatures.