Sorry mate but the prices of single DML figures is ment to go up to around £60 when sold in the UK (according to certain sources ), but if you do order him from the US then the price wont rise so that is your best bet.this may be a majour sell out for DML if the price is aroud £20-£25
I sh*t you not, it's what i've been hearing anyway on the 'grapevine' but IDK if it's only certain shops or all of them, but the distributers say that DML have bumped up the price on future releases....£60 in the UK are you taking the piss i get my DML figures from a shop in my town called worlds apart for around £20 - £30 and have been for almost 4 years, they sell alkinds from action figures to statues to replica props
All too true PD...remember...our boys would be home by Christmas?...unfortunately not. Add to the mix crack SS troops and the recipe isn't a good one. I'll probably be picking this one up as well.....sigh.....I'm a sucker for this stuff.The 106th was placed in the Schnee Eifel, and about 5 days later got hit hard by the Germans in the opening of the Ardennes offensive. Fresh to Europe and with a lot of young, inexperienced troops, they lost two regiments (422nd and 423rd) cut off, with heavy casualties and many prisoners taken. The 424th fought it's way out, and served with the 7th AD.
Everybody had it rough in the Ardennes, but the 106th really took a beating.