Saturday, June 25, 2011

Dave's Russians

A few pictures of Dave's work in progress. Once complete it looks like he will have two CD3 Russian infantry regiments, including one of Guards.

Converted anti-tank rifle figures

MMGs from the HaT WW1 set

These will form LMG or possibly weapons platoons

The donor figures for that combination

Another MMG option, for variety


A couple of painted examples

Russian Guards formations have both 82 and 120mm mortar platoons

Some different figure combinations

Guards regiment, about 3/4 finished by the look of it

Standard infantry regiment, similar to a Guards one, just not quite so many supporting elements

10 comments:

  1. David has been busy,Kursk?

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  2. Yep, funny you should mention that! Dave is hatching a plan that involves us, the army hall, and damn near every model we own between us, stay tuned

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  3. Hi, Interesting figures in the photo sverhu.Eto machine gunners, but with a machine gun? Dektyarev or Vickers? Or is it anti-tank riflemen with anti-guns?

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  4. Some very nice conversions.Cleverly done!

    Cheers Rich.

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  5. Mak C: They are Maxims and Vickers with different crews. The anti-tank rifle stands represent a platoon equipped with the PTRS-41. Hope that answers your question?

    Al

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  6. Thank you! So this platoon is better to talk with broneboyschikov.Tolko PTRD, PTRS were less common. A figure that conversion? I only saw Mars and anti-tank riflemen Zvezda, but not for the other they are not similar.

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  7. Mak C. Welcome. Check out Plastic Soldier Company, nice anti-tank rifle figures. For gaming, the figures can represent any model of weapon throughout WW2.

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  8. It is not clear of course, but the clip had PTRS five potronov and PTRD a patron.Tak skorostrelnost.Vozmozhno that it can be displayed in igre.Hotya possible that I'm wrong.

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