Studio Ronin, WW-2, scale 54 mm.
Made in Russia. Game moments: gun raised, shoots shells.
Soldiers Publius, code: USSR-35g, 54 mm
VK-14, Studio "New Age", Kursk. Scale 54 mm
Studio "EK Castings", Series "Napoleonic Wars", NAP-22. Scale 54 mm,...
Article: 54-4, the size of 54 mm.
SV-19, Studio "New Age", Kursk. Scale 54 mm
Manufactured by Blackfire. Ref.: BAP50_0104.
Studio "EK Castings", Series "Napoleonic Wars", NAP-32. Scale 54 mm,...
Studio "EK Castings", Series "Napoleonic Wars", NAP-01. Scale 54 mm,...
Studio Ronin, WW-3, scale 54 mm.
Article: 54-2, the size of 54 mm.
Manufactured by Games Workshop (UK). Game system: Warhammer 40000. Ref.: 50-50.
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Ork warbosses are usually stationary for only two reasons. One is when they are giving an enemy – or an unlucky grot – a good hiding, and the other is when they are shouting at their Boyz to give the foe a good krumpin'. The Big'ed Bossbunka provides the perfect place to holler from given its bosspole, which is outfitted with a very loud PA system.
Constructed from the head of a repurposed Ork Gargant, the Big'ed Bossbunker gives your Warboss a way of directing the many rowdy Boyz under his command. If they misbehave, or if anyone attempts to unseat the Warboss, they will need to contend with a slew of shots from the Big'ed Bossbunker's big shoota and the Gaze of Gork – a weapon constructed from a jet engine that has been bashed into one of the Gargant's eyes.
This multi-part plastic kit is comprised of 27 components, and can be assembled into one Big'ed Bossbunker. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
Manufactured by Games Workshop (UK). Game system: Warhammer 40000. Ref. 50-05.
Manufactured by Games Workshop (UK). Game system: Warhammer 40000. Ref.: 50-51.