Waffen-SS Patrol, Russia, 1943

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Sculpture: Ramón Martínez
Accessories sculpt (helmet and K98): Calvin Tan
Accessories 3D sculpt (MP40 and binoculars): HD Models
Painting: Calvin Tan
Material: Resin
Number of parts of the kit: 19 (includes bare helmets for both figures)
Scale: 1/12

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SKU: MHB01003 Categories: ,


– I shouldn’t even have to point out the reasons for buying this boxed set… The word you are looking for is EPIC!
– How cool it is to have the chance of building an instant vignette of interacting busts? It doesn’t happen every day!
– Besides, the deal of the boxed set for a reduced price with the extra choice of helmets is pretty nice!
– Our signature resin quality allows you to get the figure clean and ready in almost no time, so you may invest your precious free time in what really matters: painting and having fun.

On the eve of the Second World War, the paramilitary formation known as Schutzstaffel or SS had started an ample militarization process in order to become the elite troops of the Nazi war machine.

After participating in small units on the annexation actions prior to the war, these troops started to organize as divisions that would participate with full operative force in France and the Netherlands campaigns. Probably, they were the most motivated and ruthless fighters in the Second World War.

During the Eastern Front campaign, the Waffen-SS were often the spearhead of the German invasion force and were engaged in numerous actions until the end of the war. That, combined with their ideological position and the harsh conditions of the war in the East, made them responsible for numerous war crimes and atrocities.

As elite troops, they received earlier the best equipment and were the first to use camouflage garments as a standard part of the uniform.

Our vignette portrays two members of a Waffen-SS patrol, one officer and one specialist soldier. They wear some standard equipment that spans more or less the period between 1940 and 1944. The camouflage garments can be decorated with diverse patterns. Exclusive to the set is the option of bare helmets for both busts.

Note: This is a resin miniature kit that requires assembly and painting.