Irregular infantry, Civilian clothes (20 figs)

£3.30

Since the beginning of modern conflict irregular troops have featured, either labelled terrorist or freedom fighter. Some operate in support of government, some for themselves. They carry the ubiquitous AK and light support weapons, they wear head coverings and everyday civilian clothes. These troops would not look out of place on many modern battlefields.

Description

Unpainted white metal kit, requires some modelling skill. Caution contains lead and small parts not suitable for young children

Additional information

Weight 0.05 kg
Dimensions 4 cm

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