Soviet Motor Rifle Infantry 1960-80s

£3.00

Buy the 1960s almost all Soviet infantry was motorised and had become “Motor Rifles” carried into battle in one of the BTR’s or a BMP’s. These are depicted wearing the Ssh 68 helmet, Kirza jackboot and light marching order.  The troops are armed with: AK47 rifle, PK MG, Draganov sharpshooter rifle and RPG-7. the 20 figures are picked from 8 poses to form approximately 2 sections. (vehicles are not included).

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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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