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Re: Nice week-end to everyone

Fire at Will
Looks brilliant to me and I'm glad I put off buying some metal LRDG figures. One question - will there be any vehicle crews in the set?
If not,then when these sell like hot cakes,there will be a good case for set two!

Re: Nice week-end to everyone

Well just to confirm there was a loud "whoop" , and obviously delighted , looking foreword to both seeing the full set and getting my hands on them.

Re: Nice week-end to everyone

Alas, no use on the field of Waterloo (well unless i want to make some sort of time travel fantasy diorama! Im sure the weapons would have come in handy!!)

I am pleased for Alan to finally see the sets he has called for and waited a long time for, being realised.

They showcase Strelets "top of the game" workmanship yet again, show that they also listen to their customers requests and im sure they will sell lots......more money for those Napoleonic sets to get made!! 😁

Re: Nice week-end to everyone

Can I use 2 and 4 for Jordan’s Arab Legion in 1948 and possibly 1967?

Re: Nice week-end to everyone

Yes.

Re: Nice week-end to everyone

I don't do WWII but these look like must have figures. Well done indeed!

There has been mention on this and a previous thread of Churchill holding the Chicago Piano; I would feel compelled to buy any set that had that figure in it too.

Re: Nice week-end to everyone

I don't "do" British but I would buy a set with Churchill with a Thompson SMG.

https://rarehistoricalphotos.com/winston-churchill-tommy-gun-1940/

The well known Churchill photo.

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Winston_Churchill_fires_a_Thompson_submachine_gun_alongside_the_Allied_Supreme_Commander,_General_Dwight_D_Eisenhower,_during_an_inspection_of_US_invasion_forces,_March_1944._H36960.jpg

Churchill with a Thompson and Eisenhower.

http://www.famouspictures.org/churchill-and-the-tommy-gun/

Churchill with a Sten.

https://www.auto-ordnance.com/thompson-1927-a1-long-guns/

The real deal, own one today.

Mike Bunkermeister Creek
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