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  1. Action Figure News, Reviews & Discussion.
    Trenches, long, deep ditches dug as protective defenses-are most often associated with World War I. In order to make William more playable, we have made a extendable trench diorama set, which contains a trench with wooden ladder and duckboards, mud wall, sheet of corrugated iron, and 8 sandbags...
  2. Action Figure News, Reviews & Discussion.
    Did a search and came up bupkis. I posted in weapons area but there hasn't been any activity there for over a year. I noticed people are posting about weapons here as well. Has Any forum member made one of these or adapted another shotgun to match? There is at least one recent? model out...
  3. Weaponsmithing in 1:6th
    Rather than the ubiquitous 1897 Winchester, i am interested in the Remington for my WWI shotgunner. Has anyone else done this by chance? I was able to find a supposed model 10 made by 21st century toys but it would need some serious work to turn it into the trench version used by the US in the...
  4. Action Figure News, Reviews & Discussion.
    Here is one of my latest projects, a US soldier in a german trench. Hope you like him! "]
  5. Action Figure News, Reviews & Discussion.
    Hallo! Here is my latest work: a german and a british Trench Raider, Somme 1916. Hope you like it! Trench raiding was a feature of trench warfare which developed during World War I. It was the practice of making small scale surprise attacks on enemy position. Raids were made by both sides in...
  6. Action Figure News, Reviews & Discussion.
    Another WW1 figure from me: A Irish Soldier with a captured german Sappenpanzer, Pilkem Ridge 1917.
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