figure is very similar in style and quality as its predecessor.
It just has four parts, the body, head, and two feet. Again clad
in a melton coat, this GI has a bedroll attached to his back with
no visible means of support; you'll want to add a bit of fine thread
over his shoulder and under his arm to give it a more real look.
The backside of the right arm is molded to accept a Garand, which
you'll have to provide from your spares. The head is nicely sculpted
with a woolen toque covering much of the face and the helmet camouflaged
with a white sheet.
a bit of a pour plug to carve off, and that's complicated by the
concave shape of the butt-side of this figure, which allows him
to sit more convincingly on a tank turret.