Here is the same HMG, you could see on the move here , in a firing position.
Here is a HMG of the North Vietnamese Army on the move. Again sculpted with the addition of personal arms of the operators so they are not defenseless while moving the HMG.
An AA gun of the NVA with a female gun crew . The gun model is very easy to assemble and the crew figures fit very nicely. It is a nice touch to have a female gun crew. I hope that when eventually the Viet Cong figures are done by Empress that they include many more female fighters.
This is the last RPG 7 gunner for now. I am nearly to the end of my unpainted NVA figures. Waiting for some Vietcong and civilians to be released by Empress.
A few more heavies to follow….
Here is another RPG-7 armed soldier of the NVA. This time in a kneeling firing position.
More to come..
The next soldier of the NVA , armed with a RPG 2 and a rifle.
Painting this figure was really fun. The rounds for the RPG are very well sculpted indeed.
Another of Paul Hicks brilliant sculpts . This one is armed with an RPG 7 and an additional Chinese build Kalaschnikow .
Another NVA soldier in the bush.
Some more to come in the future.
The RPG-2 (Russian: РПГ-2, Ручной противотанковый гранатомёт, Ruchnoy Protivotankovy Granatomyot; English: “hand-held antitank grenade launcher”) is a man-portable, shoulder-fired anti-tank weapon that was designed in the Soviet Union and used by the NVA and Viet Cong quite often.
A very well detailed figure sculpted by Paul Hicks and avalable through Empress Miniatures.
There is again a secondary weapon sculpted on the figure wich makes it very useful for small one on one skirmish games.