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Take our Survey on Modern Combat

Take our Survey on Modern Combat

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Kyle Bentley - July 10, 2020

Personally I would get the most use out of a kit with a variety of civilian figures that can be built armed or unarmed. There are a lot of uses for a kit like that, from post-apocalyptic adventures, to modern investigative RPGs to modern urban warfare or insurgencies.

Alexander Turnbull - July 10, 2020

Some modern irregulars (more War in the Donbass, than MENA) that could serve as the base of some post apocalyptic conversions would be welcome. But Spain would be a close second.

Brian Sinclair - July 10, 2020

I’m mostly interested with sets that are useful in a sci-fi context: post-apoc survivors, generic secret ops/time traveler/tacticool urban fantasy soldiers, or near-future (Stargate SG1-style) special forces. The less easy they are to identify with a specific country and decade, the better for me.

SGZ - July 10, 2020

I’d like to see figures from East Timor independence struggle. So Indonesian regulars, militia, Fretlin, Australian SAS and regulars and Portugese special forces + Thai peacekeepers. That should do it. :)

Stephane - July 10, 2020

Modern Chinese troops would be an interesting addition
If you make Africans it would be nice to make them in African Rebels/Militia and African regulars
If you make Cuban/South American then you cover the Falklands as well ^^
May be some Regulars Syrian/Irakies/Iranians troops
And you use the sprues of the Afghan tribesmen and provide a few more arms with modern weapons and off you go you get Afghan resistance through the last 100 years

Y. Whateley - July 10, 2020

Militias/Survivalists/Paramilitary fighters, doing double-duty as post-apocalypse survivors?

John L - July 10, 2020

I was deployed to Bosnia back in the 90’s so I saw a varied group of antagonists that would work. Serbians, Croats and Muslims where the main three

Rick Lewis - July 10, 2020

Afghan/Soviet war from1979 onwards would be great in plastic, please!

Byron Harmon - July 10, 2020

I’d like to see mid century soviets like from the Cuban missile crisis, Prague Spring etc. The types of uniforms and gear you see in Bond films. I’d like a BTR 60 kit that allows for open topped and turreted variants. I’d like a plastic kit for the Shilka tank and Gaz 66, Zil 135 with rocket. A set of mid-century USA partisans would be good too with shotguns and hunting rifles but also some rag tag militia with surplus army equipment and weapons.

Tim Peterson - July 10, 2020


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