U.S. Sniper, France
Modeling the U.S. Army in WWII

Warriors Scale Models

This is a great single figure by Brian Stewart of a kneeling sniper with his Springfield M1903 .30-06 with scope raised to his cheek, aimed and ready to fire. The soldier wears the M1941 khaki jacket, trousers that can be painted OD or woolen brown, and canvas leggings.

The fit of the parts is excellent. The hands are molded to the rifle and it’s good to make sure they snuggle into the coat sleeves as you attach the arms. If you’re like me, you’ll want to paint the figure before finally installing the hands.

A base is included of a partial brick wall. If you enjoy presenting single figures it’s a nice addition. If not, you’re paying a bit more for a nicely molded but unnecessary chunk of resin.

With so few GIs in fighting poses, this is one of the best on the market and highly recommended.




Modeling the U.S. Army in WWII © 2002—2007 Timothy S. Streeter