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1:72 Sailors

 

Dusek Ship Kits
Code: DA007

 

36 resin figures in 1/72 scale.

 

Looks like a Zombie Apocalypse but are 36 resin figures in 1/72 scale. 

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All figures are well cast. I had maybe 2-3 micro bubbles. A lot of them has separate arms so you can define their body as you like

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Overview:

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I will use these Sailors for my Dusek Maria Model.

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Conclusion

Daniel Dusek sells these 36 figures in his shop for just 20 EUR. But you get a lot offered. My only wish would be to be able to get this set in 1:64 🙂 Apart from that these figures are to be recommended without reservation!


My sincere thanks go to Daniel Dusek for sending this kit for review here on Model Ship World. To buy, go to your favorite Dusek dealer or directly to http://www.dusekshipkits.com


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These figures look great, and many thanks for reviewing Dubz.   However, could you please advise the period and which nation 'uniform' these guys are wearing (Brit, European, US) ??

 

cheers

 

Pat

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4 hours ago, BANYAN said:

could you please advise the period and which nation 'uniform' these guys are wearing (Brit, European, US) ??

It kind of looks like they are a bit universal and would be correct enough for any ship from the proper time period, Mid 1700s to mid 1800s I did look and was unable to find officers though, and their uniforms would be much more distinct in most cases.

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