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Special Hobby have sent us CAD images of a trio of multi-part 1:35 resin figures of modern-day US infantry that will form part of their CMK range.
Kneeling Soldier (on right knee), US Army Infantry Squad 2nd Division
for M1126 Stryker (part 1) - Item # 129-F35322 - Price: 12.50 Euros

A figure of a modern US Army soldier, a member of the Infantry Squad 2nd Division on a patrol somewhere in Afghanistan. The kneeling soldier is carrying a breathing apparatus on his back and is pointing his SOPMOD M4 carbine forwards. He is also wearing sun glasses. The figure’s equipment, helmet and bulletproof vest are higly detailed. The figure is suitable not just for the M1126 Stryker model. The parts of the figure have been 3D designed for the ultimate in detail.

Kneeling Soldier (on left knee), US Army Infantry Squad 2nd Division
for M1126 Stryker (part 2) - Item # 129-F35323 - Price: 12.50 Euros

A figure of a US Army soldier of the Infantry Squad 2nd Division taking part in a patrol somewhere in Afghanistan. The soldier is kneeling, has a MOLLE ruck sack and is pointing his SOPMOD M4 carbine forwards. The soldier’s equipment is exquisitely depicted – the helmet with ballistic goggles and also the bulletproof vest. The figure is suitable not just for the M1126 model, and the parts of the figure have been 3D designed.

Commanding Officer (standing), US Army Infantry Squad 2nd Division
for M1126 Stryker (part 3) - Item # 129-F35324 - Price: 12.50 Euros

A figure of a Commanding Officer of the US Army Infantry squad 2nd Division, taking part in a patrol somewhere in Afghanistan. The standing figure is wearing a bulletproof vest, has a helmet and ballistic goggles. On his chest he has a SOPMOD M4 carbine and a MOLLE ruck sack on his back. Suitable not just for the M1126 Stryker model. The figure has been created using 3D CAD.


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No night vision mount brackets on the front the helmet of the kneeling guy? Crazy - they're not British infantry.
JUN 16, 2017 - 08:59 AM
It could just be me, but their features(head, feet, etc.) seem disproportionate. I noticed this, with another set of figures I recently purchased.
JUN 16, 2017 - 01:32 PM
The CMK SOPMOD M4s lack the barrel rails and top row of horizontal holes. Fortunately, there are 1/35 Trumpeter, Live-Resin, and Airborne Miniatures's SOPMOD M4s to remedy this. And where are the vest magazine ammo pouches? Again, Live-Resin has these pouches, but still most manufacturers don't show CAD images unless they're complete, so I assume that this is still a work in progress.
JUN 16, 2017 - 10:35 PM
Could these be early OEF/ OIF? Or are these just typical CMK figure releases?
JUN 16, 2017 - 11:41 PM
Typical as in cloning other companies' figures ? Much of their German line are Alpine knock offs.
JUN 17, 2017 - 06:19 AM
Why do they all have Grenade launchers????
JUN 17, 2017 - 04:47 PM
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