Tuesday, June 30, 2015
I think this is supposed to be the .30 caliber machine gun, air cooled.
But without a tripod, or bipod, and a bit thick on the barrel.
Water cooled .30 caliber machine gun, with tripod.
A good figure, but sometimes lists to the port side.
Sniper, he has a bolt action rifle and some later versions had a base on the figure.
Monday, June 29, 2015
The addition of a guard dog really makes this marching figure into a guarding figure.
Marx made a nurse with a plasma bottle, Tim Mee nurse has a lantern.
The wounded guy goes with the stretcher and stretcher bearers.
Gas mask guy, I often use him as a loader for the kneeling bazooka guy.
Tim Mee figures came in a variety of shades of green.
Sunday, June 28, 2015
Tim Mee dogs.
I love dogs, real ones and plastic ones too.
I got some Tim Mee bazookas, they made them as a separate weapon, but no soldier for it.
Since the M60 machine gunner often comes without the machine gun, I use them as bazooka gunners in the prone position.
Bazookas were often fired in the prone position, it allowed a more stable platform.
Crawling guy is the loader.
Saturday, June 27, 2015
Tim Mee Cold War troops. Note the magazine on the rifleman, an M14.
Prone soldier with an M60 machine gun. A separate piece and hard to find.
Tim Mee seated driver figure, very hard to get. Also in blue for Air Force.
Tim Mee medic dog.
Also sold as a civilian dog without the pouches.
More Army dogs.
Friday, June 26, 2015
Marx, MPC, and several other companies made similar weapons and accessories.
No one has recast them as far as I know, not the WWII style weapons.
They come in silver and several shades of green.
There are at least three kinds of submachine gun.
Thursday, June 25, 2015
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Monday, June 22, 2015
These are the MPC troops in green.
There are a lot of poses but some seem more rare than others. The radio man is a little rare.
I like the grenades.
The marching guy is rather common, but I really like the pose.
The grease gunner.
The grenadier with Thompson.
Sunday, June 21, 2015
Saturday, June 20, 2015
These are the MPC Cold War US Army. I use the blue ones as US Navy.
These figures are a little thin.
The figures are nicely detailed and carry M14 style rifles.
This figure is in many MPC sets, typically in blue, sometimes in yellow. He should have been green. The pin fits into a spot on the seats in many MPC vehicles. Using the pin makes him almost impossible to remove.
I got this mystery bit at the Westcoaster. I will use it as an antenna.