These are the U.S. Army Tank Riders 1944-45 Figures from the Dragon '39-'45 Series Suitable for Ages 14 & Older.
Sophistically molded polystyrene figures Newly tooled helmets with delicately detailed camoflague netting New lightweight gasmask bags with sharply defined details New finely detailed grenades & smoke grenades Slide-molded weapons with astonishing details Separate parts for bolt mechanism and ammo clips Hollowed gun muzzles Photo-etched accessories Full-color painting guide.
This set of four figures is a wonderful addition for any tank scene as I used them in my scene of the Battle of the Bulge. The figures shown are three of the four in the set and somewhat modified for a more accurate pose, however if they were built out of the box they would compare to other DML sets with lots of action poses. The figures went together well with few fit and excess plastic problems. The uniforms are of the later WW2 issue as they would match up to most any late war scene. I researched the equipment used by the troops around Bastonge' and noted that few were really equipped. This set would represent a unit totally unprepared for that battle.
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