New Special: Zombie Soldiers 10 for 15

Special Has ended

Pack contains 10 randomly picked soldier zombies picked from a pile of 12 choices

(6 original, 6 conversions).

You will get repeats, but you will also get a great price on zombie soldier figures to fill your military complex zombie game.

Special ends Jan 31st

Find it here

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Subject to end without notice. Exempt from coupon codes.

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If this is popular enough, I wouldn’t mind doing a 30-50 assorted soldier figure pack.

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2 Responses to New Special: Zombie Soldiers 10 for 15

  1. TJX says:

    Nice! Can we expect none zombiefied soldiers in the future? :D

    • Thanks
      I have not decided
      I had done some reworking of the formally JC Figures Marines, but stopped.
      I have done a little research on modern soldiers, but the gear and uniforms keep changing, so I would have to decide on a time frame for the figures to represent.
      It still up in the air.

      Thanks
      James Bland

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