WWII US Infantry 2nd Division

This is the 1/72 Scale WWII US Infantry 2nd Division (50) Plastic Model Military Figure Kit from Italeri. Suitable for Ages 10 & Older.

Italeri WWII US Infantry 2nd Division Plastic Model Military Figure Kit 1/72 Scale #556046
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  • Italeri Product Number: 556046
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Spotlight Review

 
"First rate sculpting"
tplows36
Excellent figure poses and excellent sculpting. Mortar somewhat disappointing in realism.

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Features

  • Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in tan.
  • Figures molded in various action poses.
  • Fully assembled.
  • Painting guide on package.

Specs

  • Italeri Product Number: 556046

Includes

50 unpainted figures


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Reviews

  
 
"Good value"
tplows36
Good value for the money. Typical of Italieri. Only drawbacks are lack of radioman, NCO holding Tommy gun by hip has a gun the size of a cannon rather than a submachine gun, and the poor quality of the mortar man with no second helper. But this is quite typical of earlier Italieri sets.

 
"decent price"
csmineatlast
Too many grease and tommy guns. The prone gunner for the M1919 is correct, but the tripod becomes a bi-pod. I'm cutting the gun off and discarding, and replacing same with Italeri #6120 Ditto with the mortar/gunner: just cut the poor model gun off and mate with Italeri #6120. waste not want not. Good bazooka firing pose. Nice bonus is the flamethrower in firing pose. As an infantry officer myself, I've never understood this and other producers' fascination with the waving pistol pose - oh well it works for wargamming.

 
"Great choice"
jyves974
There is not much to say about what's in the box. Cutting them can be very challenging for a 10yo boy. Adult supervision may be required. My son is having fun when using them to support his 1/72 Sherman platoons

Comments

Due to small parts that could cause a choking hazard please kee away from children 3 years of age and younger.

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