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    piers brandpiers brand
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    Just sculpted…

    #126475
    deephorsedeephorse
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    Just superb.  Shame that I don’t need tropical Fallschirmjagers.

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    #126490
    Steve Johnson
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    Wonderful, but the wrong scale for me.

    #126495
    Fredd Bloggs
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    Mùuuuuuuuuuust resist…..

    #126497
    Hayes WaufordHayes Wauford
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    Absolutely gorgeous!

     

    Can you clarify what period these are for? I am not as good on FJ uniforms as I should be. Crete? North Africa? Italy?

    #126498
    piers brandpiers brand
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    Absolutely gorgeous! Can you clarify what period these are for? I am not as good on FJ uniforms as I should be. Crete? North Africa? Italy?

    North Africa/Tunisia, into Sicily and Italy. They are in shirt sleeves and trousers.

    I’m putting on a Sicily based demo game at Salute next year and needed some FJ for it… Tony as always helped out by making these literally appear out of thin air! Great adversaries for the Tropical British he is doing at the moment.

    #126503
    Mr. Average
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    I could see them as alternate-history opponents for an extended war in the Middle East or Central America circa 1950.

    #126529
    willzwillz
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    I wish these were available when I was painting my fallschirmjager, the are very nice.  Please post pictures of painted examples when you produce them.

    #126539
    Hayes WaufordHayes Wauford
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    Thank you very much! Can’t wait to see these for order at AB!

    #126575
    Mr. Kingsford
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    I’m drowning in unpainted 20mm FJ and yet I need these!

    Kingsford Miniatures
    Manufacturers of Samurai for the Sengoku-Jidai period and Roman Gladiators
    Visit us at www.kingsfordminiatures.org

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