Victory Force Miniatures
US of A
|Mixes best with:||TQD Castings.|
|Long Review:||I'd ordered a bunch of these figures (mainly because I'd heard good things about the company), and also because there was a good deal on...
Of course, being as difficult to please as I am, I ordered loads of loose figures, ignoring the multi-packs on offer, because that would have meant abiding by someone else's choices. What I didn't realise at the time is that, in order to get an MG42, you need to order the multi-pack, as it is not included with the figures if they are purchased as individuals. When I opened my pack and didn't find the MG, I fired off a quick e-mail to James Bland at VFM. I was extremely pleased at the speedy reply, and even more pleased at the quick arrival of the tripod-mounted MG42. Definitely an A+ for customer service there.
The figures themselves are extremely well sculpted, and cleanly cast, with an acceptably low level of flash. There is a tag on each figure instead of the cast-on bases most UK companies use these days, and the loose bits that come with the "choose-a-hand" figures are equally cleanly cast. Each is supplied with a round plastic slotta-base, cast in the standard black plastic.
|Commentary:||Stunning figures- the only real problem is that they don't match any of the UK brands except TQD in size, although Chiltern figures would match if the weapons weren't so cartoony.|
|Historical Accuracy:||Very Good.|
|Pose Quality:||Very Good.|
|Sources:||Purchased for own use.|
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