Workbench: Machine Guns

This one is for the WWII Gamers.

Here is a first look at the British and Soviet MGs I am working on.

I still need to work on their mounts.

 

(Sorry the detail is not very good in this photo. The metal is too reflective.)

The blobs at the ends of the barrels are just where the metal poured into the mold cavity and I have not cut them off yet.

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More later

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4 Responses to Workbench: Machine Guns

  1. Akos Bueky says:

    Soviet and British MG Teams in sight I presume. Great news as they are waited by many!

    I know they were only really used at the beginning of the war, but are there any plans for Anti-Tank Rifles?

    Looking forward to see more. :-)

  2. Tom Sheperd says:

    I am hoping a MMG Carrier crew and conversion for the Universal Carrier is on the horizon as well!

  3. Will probably make a mount for the mg so it can be placed on vehicles.
    Will have to look into a gunner for the carrier.
    Thanks for the suggestion.

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