Revell AG.
website: www.revell.de  
Plastic kits from Germany. This is an excellent line of kits. The first models in the series started out a little rough, but every new release is better than the previous ones, and their latest releases are some of the very best kits on the market today. All of the vehicles have hard plastic, link and length tracks. Revell has also begun a limited re-release of several of the old Matchbox 1/76th scale kits. Unlike Airfix, these Revell kits are clearly marked as 1/76th scale, not 1/72nd. Revell also has a line of figures.

Kits
Kit Number Kit Name Comments Previews Reviews Articles
03100 Sd Kfz 9 FAMO mit Erdsporn        
03101 Sturmgeschutz IV Mediocre kit. The hull looks very good, with excellent detail, and accuracy looks good. Wheels are very poor. The muzzle brake is horrendously over-scale, and the schurzen are a little thick. Tracks are poorly detailed. Preview Rob Haelterman Stephen Brezinski
03102 Sherman M4A1 76mm Poor kit. The hull is underscale, closer to 1/76th. The turret is pretty good, but I have heard comments about poor shape on the sides behind the gun mantle. Overscale chassis, and not quite as sharp as ESCI's. Preview 172shermans.com  
03103 Leopard 2 A4 Very good kit. But with the some exceptions, the Hasegawa Leopard is the superior kit. See Leopard Review Article. Preview   Doug Chaltry
03104 T-80 B The overall level of detail is good. The tracks are fine, but it is missing several key components on the turret exterior.
Bas Slaats adds that a recently (2015) purchased kit contained an extra sprue for the missing turret details, seemingly from the T80 BV kit, with the reactive armor parts cut out.
Preview    
03105 Leopard 2 A5 KWS It is the same kit as the A4 version (#03103), but with an additional, completely new A5 version turret, and additional hull details. See Leopard Review Article. Preview   Doug Chaltry
03106 T-80 BV This kit is the same as #03104, but with the explosive reactive armor blocks, and all the missing turret details included. Preview    
03107 Panther Ausf. D/Ausf. A Definitely better than their previous WW II kits. Can build into either a D or A version, but there are some minor turret details missing for the D version.
The major issue is that the hull roof is too short, creating a glacis that is too long and incorrectly angled (too flat). The turret is slightly too big and too much to the rear. It interferes with the hull hatches and the engine deck. The commander's cupola has wrong number of periscopes (6 instead of 7). The number of bolts on the roadwheels is incorrect. The number of teeth on the sprocket is incorrect (14 instead of 17), making the track links too large as well.
Note that most A's (except perhaps the very first without the MG ball mount in the glacis) carried Zimmerit, which the kit does not have.
Preview   Stephen Brezinski

Francesco Giovagnorio

03108 Pz.Kpfw. VI Tiger Ausf. H One of the very best kits on the market today. Absolutely outstanding kit. See Tiger Comparison article. The gun barrel might be lacking some taper. Turret lacks asymmetrical shape. Preview Doug Chaltry

Michael Hatch

Doug Chaltry

Piotr Pyrczak

03109 Panther Ausf. G Shares turret, suspension parts and tracks with Panther D/A. Includes optional parts for early and late versions of the Ausf. G, but does not include steel wheels.
The major issue is that the hull roof is too short, creating a glacis that is too long and incorrectly angled (too flat). The turret is slightly too big and too much to the rear. It interferes with the hull hatches and the engine deck. The commander's cupola has wrong number of periscopes (6 instead of 7). The number of bolts on the roadwheels is incorrect. The number of teeth on the sprocket is incorrect (14 instead of 17), making the track links too large as well.
Note that early G's (the ones without the reinforced gun mantlet) carried Zimmerit, which the kit does not have.
Preview Michael Hatch  
03110 Challenger 1 One of the very best kits on the market today. Absolutely outstanding kit. Preview Doug Chaltry  
03111 Jagdpanther Sd.Kfz. 173 Some would describe this kit as excellent, others are disppointed because it is closer to 1/76th scale, not 1/72nd.
There are quite a number of spare parts. The gun might be too low on the hull and the barrel might be too short.
Preview 1
Preview 2
  Rob Haelterman & Rob Pye
03112 M1 A1 (HA) Abrams One of the very best kits on the market today. See Abrams Comparison Article. Preview   Doug Chaltry
03113 Marder 1 A3 One of the very best kits on the market today. The rear door opens, but unfortunately, no interior or figures are included. The level of detail is astounding. Preview    
03114 TPz 1 Fuchs One of the very best kits on the market today. Side doors and top hatch open, but no interior detail is included. The undercarriage is a kit all of its own. Preview    
03115 Leopard 1 A5 One of the very best kits on the market today. More dimensionally accurate than the ESCI Leopard kits. Absolutely outstanding kit. See Leopard Review Article. Preview   Doug Chaltry
03116 Pz.Kpfw. VI Tiger Ausf. E One of the very best kits on the market today. Very similar to Ausf. H kit, but with new turret details and steel wheels. See Tiger Comparison article. The gun barrel might be lacking some taper. Turret lacks asymmetrical shape. Preview Michael Hatch Doug Chaltry
03117 Pz.Kpfw. III Ausf. M One of the very best kits on the market today. Absolutely outstanding kit. Despite the description on Revell's website, there are no figures included.
Shortly after 2010 the kit was re-released with slightly a different boxtop and different marking options. Mostly, when Revell re-releases a kit, the reference number is changed. In this instance it was kept. A comparison can be found here.
Note that the older release has a marking option for a vehicle of 6 Pz.Div., turret number 621, which probably represents this vehicle. If so, then the camouflage pattern is incorrect and the real vehicle might not have carried Nebelkerzen on the turret.
- Timothy Lau & Rob Haelterman
Preview   Till Huber
03118 SpPz 2 Luchs Absolutely outstanding kit. Side door opens, but no interior detail is included. Undercarriage is extremely detailed. Preview    
03119 Pz. Kpfw. IV Ausf. H

The tracks of the 3 Revell Panzer IV kits appear to be overscale. (Compared to the Panzer Tracts books, they are by 9.7%.) One of the biggest visual problems this creates is the spare tracks on top of the glacis.
The actual spare tracks on the front of the hull should have 7 links.
Because Revell's tracks are too big, and because Revell wants to keep the overall width of the spare tracks acceptable, it made part 93 with 6 links instead of 7. The end result is that this track section ends up being 6% underscale. The spare tracks on the lower glacis suffer less, as the 9 overscale track links of the kit are only 1.5% underscale compared to the 10 track links on the real vehicle. Note that the boxart shows the correct number of tracks.

- Timothy Lau & Rob Haelterman

Preview  

Doug Chaltry

Stephen Brezinski

03120 Challenger 1 KFOR One of the very best kits on the market today. Absolutely outstanding kit. Same as kit 03110, with new armored side skirts and add-on armor for front glacis. Preview    
03121 Panzerhaubitze 2000 One of the very best kits on the market today. Absolutely outstanding kit. Preview    
03122 Pz. Kpfw. IV Ausf. J

The tracks of the 3 Revell Panzer IV kits appear to be overscale. (Compared to the Panzer Tracts books, they are by 9.7%.) One of the biggest visual problems this creates is the spare tracks on top of the glacis.
The actual spare tracks on the front of the hull should have 7 links.
Because Revell's tracks are too big, and because Revell wants to keep the overall width of the spare tracks acceptable, it made part 93 with 6 links instead of 7. The end result is that this track section ends up being 6% underscale. The spare tracks on the lower glacis suffer less, as the 9 overscale track links of the kit are only 1.5% underscale compared to the 10 track links on the real vehicle. Note that the boxart shows the correct number of tracks.
Flammentöter exhausts are undersize, though.
- Timothy Lau & Rob Haelterman

Preview Marko Mäkinen

Doug Chaltry (1)

Doug Chaltry (2)

Stephen Brezinski

03123 Cromwell Mk. IV One of the very best kits on the market today. Absolutely outstanding kit. Preview

Till Huber

Rob Haelterman

Danilo Carli

 
03124 M2A2 Bradley One of the very best kits on the market today. Absolutely outstanding kit.
The first batch of kits lacked the subsprue with parts 106,107,108 (and the corresponding drawing in the manual) for the M3A2. This was later rectified. Both releases are externally identical.
Preview    
03125 Crusader Mk. III Re-boxing of Hasegawa's kit. Vinyl tracks and no sand skirts. Preview Michael Hatch

Marko Mäkinen

 
03126 Sd.Kfz. 7/1 20mm Re-boxing of Hasegawa's fairly poor kit. Vinyl tracks. Preview (Hasegawa kit)    
03127 Sd.Kfz. 7/2 37mm Re-boxing of Hasegawa's fairly poor kit. Vinyl tracks.      
03128 Warrior MCV One of the very best kits on the market today. Absolutely outstanding kit. Preview   Simon Barnes
03129 King Tiger One of the very best kits on the market today. Absolutely outstanding kit. Represents a September 1944 vehicle with Henschel turret. Preview Ian Cowley Doug Chaltry
03130 T-34/85 One of the very best kits on the market today. Absolutely outstanding kit. Preview  

Stephen Brezinski

Doug Chaltry

03131 Leclerc T.5 One of the very best kits on the market today. Absolutely outstanding kit. Preview    
03132 StuG 40 Ausf.G late Aka Sturmgeschutz III Ausf. G. One of the very best kits on the market today. Absolutely outstanding kit. Late version with saukopf mantlet. Preview

Marko Mäkinen

Stephen Brezinski
03133 Pz.Kpfw. III Ausf. L

One of the very best kits on the market today. Absolutely outstanding kit.

Because the kit does not have the splash guard or the turret visor, backdating possibilities to an earlier version of the Ausf.L are limited, even though the kit does allow you to leave off all the spaced armor. Making a later version of the Ausf.L requires parts that are on the specific sprue of the Ausf. M kit. - Timothy Lau

Preview Tony Ivey  
03134 Merkava III One of the very best kits on the market today. Absolutely outstanding kit. Preview    
03135 Bridge-Laying Tank Biber One of the very best kits on the market today. Absolutely outstanding kit. Preview    
03136 Spähwagen Recon Vehicle Fennek Absolutely outstanding kit. First model kit of this vehicle to be produced. Builds either German or Dutch versions. Preview    
03137 HMMWV Hummer Includes two complete kits: an M998 and M1025 versions. Preview   Doug Chaltry
03138 King Tiger Porsche Turret Excellent kit. Essentially the same as #03129, but with new parts for the Porsche turret. Preview    
03139 TPz 1 Fuchs Eloka/ABC Excellent kit. Essentially the same as #03114, but with new parts for two new versions (Electronic warfare and NBC). Preview    
03140 M60A3 Excellent kit. Far superior to ESCI. Can easily be modified to M60A1. Preview   Stephen Brezinski
03141 Sd.Kfz. 9 "FAMO" Superb kit. Comes with extra parts for winching support spade. Preview    
03142 ATF Dingo Very detailed kit of this unusual vehicle, comes with a detailed interior   Al Magnus  
03143 M2/M3 Bradley The original Bradley kit with new sprues to make the earlier version Preview    
03144 Warrior MCV with add-on armour The original Warrior kit with extra sprues for the new add on armour   Simon Barnes
03145 Faun SLT 50-3 Elefant & Sattelhanger A very large kit nicely detailed with a few problems Preview    
03146 M2A2 Abrams The old M1A1 kit with new parts for the A2 version Preview    
03147 HMMWV M966 TOW & M997 Maxi Ambulance   Preview   Doug Chaltry
03148 Sd.Kfz. 164 "Nashorn" Panzerjäger Nice kit, with two (not so) obvious mistakes in the instructions.      
03149 T-72M1 New tooled kit nicely moulded but not without its faults represents more a Czech version than the Russian M1 Preview  

Simon Barnes (1)

Simon Barnes (2)

03167 Sd.Kfz 165 Hummel The kit represents a late Hummel. One of the vehicles in the decal options is "Clausewitz", which is not a late Hummel however (with the bigger compartment).
Inicidentally, Dragon also offers this decal option, but in its "late" kit.

- Timothy Lau

Watch out for two (not so) obvious mistakes in the instructions.

     
03168 M60A1        
03169 German 21 cm Mörser 18 Appears identical to 03176 except for the barrel and the main wheels Preview    
03170 M48A2GA2, A2, A2C, A3   Preview    
03171 Pz.Kpfw. V Panther Ausf.G Re-release of kit 03109.   Danilo Carli  
03172 Pz.LKW 10t. mil gl 8x8 truck        
03173 Sd.Kfz.251/1 Ausf.C with Wurfrahmen 40   Preview    
03174 8.8cm Flak 36 mit Sd.Anh.202   Preview Al Magnus Al Magnus
03175 M60A3 with A9 dozerblade       Stephen Brezinski
03176 German 17cm Kanone 18 Appears identical to 03169 except for the barrel and the main wheels      
03177 Sd.Kfz.251/9 Ausf.C   Preview Rob Haelterman  
03179 MAN 7t milgl      
03180 Leopard 2 A6/A6M      
03182 StuG IV      
03183 Challenger I      
03184 Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.H Re-edition with new decals    
03185 M2A2 Bradley      
03186 Sd.Kfz.7   Gert ten Brink  
03187 Leopard 2A5 / A5 NL      
03188 21 cm Mörser 18 / 17 cm Kanone 18 + Sd.Kfz. 9 “FAMO” Combokit (03169 + 03176/03169)
Has all parts unique to either the 03176 and the 03169.
   
03190 T90 New tooled kit     Peter van Kempen
03191 Cromwell Mk.IV Re-edition      
03192 Biber & Dingo 1 Combokit      
03194 StuG 40 Ausf. G Re-issue of 03132 with new decals      
03195 Sd.Kfz.7/1 (gepanzert) mit Munitionsanhänger     Al Magnus
(2cm Flakvierling 38 only)
 
03196 M4A1 Sherman Re-issue      
03197 SdKfz 251/16       Stephen Brezinski
03198 GTK Boxer (GTFZ A1)        
03199 Strv 122A/122B Swedish Leopard 2   Preview    
03204 SLT 50-3 "Elefant", PzH 2000 & Fennek      
03207 Sd.Kfz. 7/2     Al Magnus
(3.7cm Flak 37 only)
 
03209 GTK Boxer FüFz A1        
03210 Sd.Kfz.7 & 8.8cm Flak 37        
03251 Pz.Kpfw.III Ausf.L Rebox of 03133 with new decals.      
03263 Sd.Kfz.7 (late)        
03264 15 cm Panzerwerfer 42 auf sWS ex-Maco kit      
03265M109 US Army
03266Pz.Kpfw.II Ausf.L LuchsMACO re-release
03267Flakpanzer IV "Wirbelwind"ex-MACO kit
03268Mercedes-Benz G4ICM re-release
03269Soviet Heavy Tank IS-2ex-Zvezda kit
03300 Man 5t mil gl        
03301 T-90A        
03302 T34/85        
03303 RT-2PM Topol (SS-25 Sickle)        
03304 T-55A/AM The kit comes with T-72 (RMSh) tracks which according to the Tankograd T-54 blog, were retrofit on T-55A (and T-54) vehicles starting from the late 1970s, which appears to make the kit's tracks more appropriate for the T-55AM option.- Roberto Taverna    
03305 M109G      
03306 T-55AM / T-55AM2B        
03307 Leopard 1A5 & Bridgelayer "Biber"  
   
0514737mm AT gun M3A1 & 20mm Oerlikon Mk.4 AA gunboth guns included with newly tooled PT-109 kit for 2018; 37mm gun lacks wheels
80-2531 Pak40 with soldiers Rebox of Italeri    
H-258
1258
85-1258
04471
4490
US M114 155mm howitzer Comes with free bonus Sikorsky CH-54A Skycrane helicopter    
Revell has also released a line of vehicle and figure combination sets. The vehicles included with most of those sets are actually Matchbox 1/76th scale kits, paired with figures from the Revell AG. 1/72nd figure line. Only the following sets include 1/72nd vehicles:
Kit Number Kit Name Comments Previews Reviews Articles
03159 Panther D/A and German Paratroops        
03161 Panzer VI Tiger E and German Infantry        
03163 Challenger and British Infantry        
03164 M4A1 Sherman and US Infantry        
03165 Marder 1A3 and Panzergrenadiers        
03200 Leopard 2A5, Luchs 2A2, Fuchs 1A4 and Panzergrenadiers        
03201 Sherman with US Infantry and StuG IV with German Infantry        
03202 Jagdpanther & German Pioniere German Pioniere, inflatable boat and Goliath demolition vehicle are all molded in a soft vinyl like plastic. Boat & Goliath are atrocious. - A. Magnus.    
03203 T-34/85 & Sibirische Schützen        

Figures
Kit Number Kit Name Comments Previews Reviews Articles
02500 German Paratroopers - WW II Most are very nice figures; others, not so much. Forty-four figures in twelve poses, plus open supply containers. Good compliment to the ESCI figure set. If I had to pick only one of the sets, I'd probably go with this one because of the finer details. Weapons include the typical rifles and smg's, with a pretty decent radio operator, and a prone MG-34 gunner.      
02501 Australian Infantry - WW II 53parts, 13poses, some original: soldier surrendering; MG team; firing Thomson upwards, radio operator; loading clip. About half the figures carry the typical Australian (or ANZAC) hat. Sculpting is quite good, although the Thomson and a soldier's head look underscaled. Detail on most figures is quite good. - R. Haelterman      
02502 German Infantry - WW II These are late-war figures, some armed with rifles, Stg.44, panzerfausts, flame thrower, multi-headed grenade, and MG 42's. There is also a prone figure firing a panzerschreck. They wear winter uniforms and for the most part have good poses (with a couple of exceptions). Detail is not as good as Revell's other sets, and some of the heads are poorly detailed. But for the most part it is a pretty good set.      
02503 US Infantry - WW II Foty-seven figures in winter dress. Poses are not incredibly original, and there are only 13 of them. Personal weapons include M1 carbines, M1 Garand rifles, "grease-guns", Thompson SMG's, and BAR's. There are two .50 cal MG's on tripod mounts (with two crew figs), two 81mm mortars (with a single crew fig each), and a kneeling figure firing a bazooka (three figures). The Thompson SMG's are underscale. The most original pose is a rifleman in greatcoat loading a clip into his Garand. The commander figure is holding a pistol (of course) and speaking into a walkie-talkie. There is a single non-combat pose, a guard in greatcoat with rifle slung over shoulder. The detail on these figures is very good, but I would have liked more creative poses. Can be used for airborne troops in the Battle of the Bulge.      
02504 German Infantry - WW I One of the best by Revell. Figures wear 1916-1918 equipment. Poses portray assault troops. Heavy MG and German sheppherds included. - R. Haddad      
02505 French Infantry - WW I Good detail, good weapons and equipment. However, many figures have smaller heads. Need to trade with some from Airfix or HäT French Infantry. Deleted - R. Haddad      
02506 US Marines - WW II Excellent for dioramas, terrible for Wargamers. Detailed kit with nice equipment. Their best opponents would be the ESCI Japanese Infantry. Excellent for beach landings or hill climbings. - R. Haddad      
02507 Japanese Infantry - WW II Same problem as Matchbox (faceless figures). Beside this, they deserve a chance if you are able to find them, because they seem to paint very nicely. Deleted. - R. Haddad      
02508 German Pioneer Troops - WW II An incredibly unique set. Poses and detail are superb. There are only twelve poses, including two figures paddling an inflatable raft, a prone trooper with wire cutters, one armed with a mine detector, one shoveling dirt, one swinging a pick axe, and two poses carrying a wooden beam between them. There is an officer pointing to the side, and a trooper wearing a zeltbahn, running forward carrying a pair of tellermines. The set also comes with several separate tellermines, and two goliath remote-controlled bombs.      
02509 British Paratroopers - WW II Better poses than the ESCI Red Devils, but the detail is not quite as good. Kneeling and standing figures firing rifles are really leaning into the weapons, which looks far more realistic than most figures I've seen. Prone rifleman is in a unique pose, much better than most other prone riflemen. Includes a couple of guys pulling in deployed chutes, and two open cargo bins.      
02510 Soviet Infantry - WW II This set is the exact opposite of most ESCI sets, i.e. it has excellent poses, but the detail is very poor on many of the figures. There are an exceptional 18 poses, eight of which are unique. The set includes a woman staff officer, an excellent prone light machine gunner, and two fellows pulling a Maxim MG behind them. These are some of the best poses I have ever seen.      
02511 German Panzergrenadiers - WW II Another fantastic set. Sixteen poses, with five unique poses, including an officer in greatcoat peering through the periscopic binoculars, two more field officers, a kneeling rifleman pointing his gun up and at an angle, as if firing at an upper story, and a kneeling figure with a Soviet Ppsh submachinegun. Other weapons include rifles, MP-40's, and a kneeling machinegunner with an MG-34 propped on another trooper's shoulder. Excellent detail and poses.      
02512 Scottish Infantry, 8th Army - WW II Like the Afrika Korps set, this one contains several unique poses. There's a piper, a guard standing in overcoat, another guard in shorts, and a great-looking troop sitting on a crushed barrel, eating from a tin. Several of the troops are wearing berets, in respect to the Scottish uniform, and the piper in is a kilt. There are several figures advancing at a run, and their poses are great, but I'm not real keen on the foolish looking officer walking with a cane and pistol pointing forward.      
02513 German Afrika Korps - WW II There certainly are some unique poses in this set. A guard in a full overcoat; trooper carrying a water jug; trooper in summer outfit drinking from a cup, and two MG-34 gunners, with a tripod-mounted gun. Trooper with goggles on helmet has an underscale MP-40, and the commander is in the obligatory pose pointing a pistol, but this time, the pose is fairly 3-dimensional. Twelve poses. Level of detail is superb, and I prefer this set over the ESCI Afrika Korps figures.      
02514 Soviet Cossacks- WW II 46 parts for 17 figures. Only 7 poses: 1 dismounted, 6 mounted, of which 4 with a large cape (seperate part). All figures carry a fur Cossack hat. The capes don't fit very well to the figures.  The sabres really need replacing. Original set. - R. Haelterman      
02515 German Artillery - WW II This is one of the nicest sets I have seen. It comes with two howitzers (105mm, I think), one in firing position, and one being towed by a horse team with a limber. There is a full set of crew members for the firing cannon, some without shirts, all in excellent poses, They could be used with any cannon kit. Six horses are pulling the limber and cannon, with an additional horse and rider on the side. There are open cases of ammunition, and personal equipment for the troops, including rifles, packs and helmets, all as separate parts. The detail on all the parts is magnificent.      
02516 Siberian Infantry - WW II Like the Soviet Infantry set, this one includes several great poses, but the detail is not quite as crisp as the other sets (but is still very good). Most are dressed in overcoats or winter smocks, but some are in the standard padded winter uniform. There are eleven poses including two on skis, two manning a mortar, and a sniper. One figure is holding an anti-tank rifle in the ready position, but too bad he isn't firing it. Superb set for winter dioramas.      
02517 US Paratroopers - WW II The US para figures are by far better than the German paras, with some very well sculpted figures. - J. Parkinson
The figure with the Mohawk haircut would be from 101st Airborne, while the bandage pack on the helmet was only common at the end of the war. Not all the weapons in the set would be used during an actual parachute drop.
     
02518 German Panzergrenadiers - Modern This set is very good, although not quite as excellent as the newest Modern US Infantry set. There are twelve poses, with many interesting weapons. There is a prone figure firing a Milan AT missile, a kneeling figure firing a grenade launcher, and several others with rifles and machineguns. The poses are very good, and for the most part, the detail is well done. Five of the poses can be used in a non-combat situation, and pretty much all but one could be used in a combat diorama, with six actually firing weapons.      
02519 British Royal Army - Modern I have mixed feelings about this set. The detail is very good, and the poses are pretty decent as well, but many of the figures look out of proportion to me. They have miniaturized legs, and over-sized heads, making them look rather comical. Weapons include mortars, rifles, light machineguns, and an anti-tank weapon which I cannot identify. Perhaps the proportion problem will not be noticable after painting and placed next to a vehicle in a diorama.      
02520 US Infantry - Modern These are some of the best figures I have ever seen. The poses and detail are top of the line. Twelve poses, including two kneeling Dragon gunners. Other weapons include M-16's, M-60's and SAW's. Most figures are in full kit. Prone SAW gunner is excellent, as is the crawling rifleman. I can't praise these figures enough. Outstanding.      
02521 German Paratroopers - Modern Not too bad of a set. The detail is fairly good, although not as good as the Modern US Infantry. The molding quality on my set is one of the worst I have seen from Revell, with a lot of flash on many of the figures. The poses are fairly original, if somewhat uninspiring. There are a total of 39 figures in 12 poses. Seven of them could be used in combat scenes, but the others seem a little "unhurried" for action. There are a few unique poses: a Milan gunner setting up the weapon (not firing it), a trooper pulling in his 'chute after just landing, a prone sniper, and a trooper loading a grenade launcher. The other poses are more typical.      
02522 Modern German Fast Reaction Troops (KSK) Love at first sight. Nice detailed and correct equipment/weapons, but much bigger than 1/72. Figures are 31 - 32mm. Can be easily converted into GsG9. One pretty nice civilian prone figure is included. However, they are very hard to be mixed with other existing kits. Maybe the Atlantic Afrika Korps could do the task. If you are much into making figures to represent PC games like Counter Strike, this is it. - R. Haddad.      
02523 WW II British Infantry A pretty nice detailed kit with nice poses, suitable for Normandy. A good one "to go with" the freshly Cromwell. Many devices never released in pastic now are available, like the 2" mortar. - R. Haddad.      
02524 Modern German Special Forces         

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