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Russians for at Least 4 Wars!

Russians for at Least 4 Wars!

Following up on our Japanese suitable for the Boxer Rebellion, Russo-Japanese War, and WW1...we have Russians! 

This set is equally versatile and can be used for not only those three conflicts but into the Russian Civil War. That said, the bodies do have shoulder boards so they would be suitable as "Whites" but with a quick trim and adding budenovka caps you will get your "Reds" as well. 

We're hopeful to get all the parts above onto the sprue but there may be a couple dropped along the way depending on space.

These are off to file prep and we'll keep you up to date on the Release Schedule as they move through the tooling queue. Fair warning there are quite a few sets in line ahead of them! 

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Mads Kofoed - February 17, 2022

It should also be good for Khalkin-gol, finland, and 1941.. Very interesting set.

John - February 17, 2022

Any Cossack Cavalry?

Robert - February 17, 2022

Aleksej I believe you mean brims not peaks. Easy enough to trim off!

Aleksej Utkin - February 17, 2022

Sad, but there’s no caps for Boxer Rebellion and Japanese war, for these had no peaks, and “papakha” fur hats for Siberian Rifles as well… (((

Ben - February 17, 2022

I am very excited about this, but nit-picking here- Russian Mosin Nagant rifles all have a straight grip stock- the ones shown in the image all seem to have the pistol-grip style. Also their bayonets are pretty chunky looking. I understand at scale there might be some limitations, though we have seen some pretty slender spike bayonets before. Overall, the rifles could do with a little tweaking. The M1891 is a long monster; the ones in the kit look more in the WWII M91/30 category. Some of those type could totally be left on the sprue for Dragoons, but infantry would be armed almost entirely with the longer M1891’s. Overall I am thrilled a company is doing more plastic WWI-era, please keep up the good work!!

Marian - February 17, 2022

Fantastic, I hope we will have a deal to get some Boxer, Russian and Japanese together in a boxdeal.

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