First group of pictures are some more Argentine soldiers for the Falklands. The .50 caliber HMG team is from Liberation. The gunner and loader are actually from their Israeli line where I sand down the helmets. The third figure, the rifleman, is from the African government troops with helmets because at that time I sent these off, I had not bought the figures from the Liberation's Argentine line, which I believe is still missing the HMG team. The photo is more infantrymen from the old Hotspur line. The reason that they were not with the last batch of Argentine figures is the the arm with the rifle is cast separately and I misplaced them. Since then, I found them and got them in this batch. The one figure in camouflage is for Army Commando group.
|Argentine HMG team|
|Para helmet on the left, '44 helmet on the right|
|Carl Gustav teams|
|Carl Gustav teams - the one team on the far left are from Britannia|
|Sustained Fire GPMG teams|
|GPMG's for the sections|
|One of three Milan teams|
|Platoon 20's Wombat Recoilless Rifle team|
|Radio operators in '44 helmets|
|Various prone Liberation figures - L to R: GPMG with '44 helmet, sniper, SAS GPMG|
|Liberation's SAS support pack|
|The Professionals: Doyle and Brodie|
Next is the first of a few batches of civilians, gangsters, and rioters. Most are old Hotspurs, but three of them are from the Elhiem's zombie line's survivors. I forgot to get a picture of the Elhiem's survivors for this blog entry.
|Hotspur's Rioters and thugs|
Finally, the last photo is British soldiers in riot formation from Eureka. NPS was kind enough to make the shields for as well.
|Eureka's British army in riot gear|
Now, after my big move this weekend from GA to SC, I need to get back to making terrain for 'Anarchy'.
Be seeing you