Gringo 40s continue to provide additional figures for their excellent, uniquely individual sculpts of US Marines during the fighting for the city of Hue during 1968.
Some of the most recent releases include MAR36, a US Marine Sergeant firing a Thompson sub machine gun, standing braced for the recoil.
MAR35, a US Marine Corporal in assault ready position with Thompson sub machine gun, ready to storm forward under cover fire or enter a room.
MAR34 a US Marine Pulling the Pin on an M26 Fragmentation Grenade, his M16 cradled in the crook of his left arm.
And the last, MAR33, a vignette of a US Marine with a Remington Model 10 shotgun kicking in a door, perhaps prior to clearing a room of hostiles.
The joy of each figure in this range is the individual nature of the sculpting, down to unique equipment layouts, bootlaces, expressions and more. Needless to say, these are more than simple wargames figures, they are instead four extremely characterful sculpts which capture moments in time. The vignette is particularly well done, with a good sense of action and narrative.
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