The kit arrives in an end opening box typical for figure kits of many manufacturers. The box contains one sealed plastic bag containing 10 small sprues, one per figure and 5 identical sprues containing weapons, helmets and small parts, and a small piece of paper with 1/35 playing cards and magazine printed on it. There are 79 parts in total.
The figures are nicely detailed and the sprue attachments points are located out of the way as far as possible. The only ejector pin marks were on the sprue trees and not on the figures. The figures appear to be dressed for warm weather.
The instructions on the back of the box are really clear and the colours used are called out in 7 different manufacturer’s ranges.
Another simple to put together figure set from MiniArt. The playing cards might be a bit fiddly, but other than that it should be a simple build and a useful set of figures for a diorama.
You can currently pick up this set for under US$10 at LuckyModel.
Many thanks to MiniArt for the review sample.