French Infantry 100 Year War XIV-XV AD (43)

This is the 1/72 Scale French Infantry Of The 100 Years War Figure Set from Zvezda

Zvezda French Infantry 100 Year War XIV-XV AD (43) Plastic Model Military Figure 1/72 Scale #8053
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  • Zvezda Product Number: 8053
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"Detailed Men"
Highly detailed figures. Each one measures about 25mm tall, and they come in many fun poses. A few of the models look a little flat, but at this price point, what are you gonna do? Be warned, they are small compared to most RPG miniatures. That said, if you're going with 25mm (or maybe even 28mm) scale, they should fit right in. Looking forward to painting these in the coming weeks!

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43 unpainted French Infantry soldier figures 12 different poses, all with different weapons and accessories Ideal for creating dioramas.


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"Nice figures, too many parts"
These are some very nice figures - after all, they are a Zvezda product. The modelling is detailed, flash-free, and crisp, with life-like poses and historically accurate equipment. Basically, then, a perfect set. My problem with this, however, is the number of pieces you have to glue together! Almost all the poses have to have arms, weapons, or shields glued to them. This is not a big deal, but the sheer amount of time involved in doing this is immense. And it is very difficult (not to say impossible) to fit the arms into their sockets perfectly. There is always a little bit of gap and a little bit of spilled glue that detract from the presentation. This set almost felt more like a modelling kit with all the little parts that have to be painstakingly stuck into places that the eye cannot reach. The overall look of the guys, once assembled, is very nice, however. I like the two crossbow poses - one firing his crossbow, and the other winding it up again - and the guy with the mace. Very nicely modeled figures, as long as you can manage to get the little arms into their sockets without a gap.


Due to many small pieces that could become a choking hazard, please keep away from children 3 years of age and younger.

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