.: Bob Williams' February Military Men

Brand:
Dragon
Scale:
1/16th
Modelling Time:
unknown
PE/Resin Detail:
none
Comments:

Jager (Sniper, in this case) 3rd Para Sect. Fallschirmjager - Crete, 1941

Brand:
Trumpeter
Scale:
1/16th
Modelling Time:
unknown
PE/Resin Detail:
none
Comments:

Soviet (N.K.V.D.) officer. 1942

Brand:
Unknown
Scale:
1/35th
Modelling Time:
unknown
PE/Resin Detail:
none
Comments:

Austrian Ski/Mountain Trooper

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Brand:
Dragon
Scale:
1/16th
Modelling Time:
unknown
PE/Resin Detail:
none
Comments:

"Warrior Series" Obersturmbannfuhrer - Ardennes 1944

"Dragon say it's meant to be Joachim Peiper" Bob disagrees!!

Brand:
Dragon
Scale:
1/16th
Modelling Time:
unknown
PE/Resin Detail:
none
Comments:

Obersturmfuhrer "Wiking" Div. (Norwegian Volunteers) Budapest. 1945

 

Some additional Comments from Bob:

I like working in 1/16th scale (for figures) and I find the "Dragon" figures particularly fine, but they are mostly deleted from Dragon's catalogue, and are becoming hard to find. In fact, if anyone out there has any unmade kits they would be prepared to part with (sell or trade), I would be pleased to hear from them.
I can be contacted through the club ( easternsuburbssmc@gmail.com )

(Bob's direct phone number has been withheld, but use the ESSMC committee contacts on our web page, to help you to get in touch with Bob......RjT)

The more recent Tamiya 1/16th figures are also excellent, unlike their 1/35th scale figures, which are still the same old lumpy stilted rubbish - with the exception of the Famo Crew.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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