CTS - WW2 American Infantry Set #2. 16 figures in 8 poses. 1/32 scale plastic.
You get 16 unpainted plastic figures in 8 different poses as pictured.
For guidance on how large the 1/32 scaling actually works out on these figures the soldier talking on the field telephone is 6cm tall from bottom of base to top of helmet.
Some figures can be used as artillerymen or mortar crews.
CTS originally issued these in bagged 16 figure sets duplicating each pose. I sell them in re-bagged sets of 8 as pictured. So brand new but original bag has been opened and replaced.
Product comes in a plain clip seal plastic bag. There is no fancy retail packaging with these sets.
Not suitable for young children - item is for hobbyists aged 14+ years.
Drum & Flag Tip #1: Always wash plastic figures in warm soapy water, rinse well and allow to dry as preparation before painting. This removes the moulding agent that sometimes makes the paint not want to stick. Varnish to protect your paint work.
Drum & Flag Tip #2: To straighten bendy weapons etc...carefully applying hot then cold water usually does the trick.
Need some help understanding toy soldier scales?
The difference between 1:72 scale and 1:32 scale figures is simply their size.
1:72 scale standing infantry figures are typically about 20-25mm tall whilst 1:32 scale foot figures usually come in at about 54-60mm or more high. (For those working in Imperial units 25mm is roughly 1 inch). The manufacturers interpret scales differently so these guidelines are general approximations only.