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Any 75mm british WWII bren gunners out there ?

May 24 2010 at 7:52 AM
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any theatre of operations .

 
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bobCollignon
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?????

May 24 2010, 8:44 PM 

Your chances of finding a WWII veteran figure modeler to answer your rather vague question are slim and none. The soldier would be about 84+ now plus your question is confusing. What's a "...75mm British WWII Bren Gunner..."?

You'll have better luck simply posting your question to the general ML public, someone usually has the answer here or on the General board.

In addition state what it is you want to actually know. a 75mm is a cannon and a Bren gunner is the soldier who fires the British Bren Squad level (I think)MG-2 different things

I hope this helps you get the answer you need
Regards bobC

 
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Bob I think you misunderstood his question.

May 24 2010, 8:52 PM 

Bob I think you misunderstood he's looking for a bren gunner in the 75mm range scale. Glen, I have been looking but no luck as of yet. Perhaps there was a Series 77 Bren gunner, or maybe Fusilier did one although most of there figures were WW1. If i see anything or think of any I'll post here. Regards Brock

 
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bobCollignon
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Absolutely misunderstood...

May 24 2010, 10:12 PM 

sorry about that Glen. As it's said "no good deed (attempted good deed) goes unpunished" happy.gifhappy.gifhappy.gif Thanks Brock for the heads up.
If 120mm works Verlinden used to make a nice one
Regards bobC

 
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Thanks Bob , had to laugh , Thanks Brock , will keep looking

May 25 2010, 4:37 AM 

n/t

 
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120mm Bren gunners

May 26 2010, 12:21 PM 

Glen, I know this isn't 75mm and they are a bit pricey but look very nice there are 3 bren gunners. heres the link just click on figures. hth. Brock
http://www.layuqwam.com.au/Ozmods/Military.html

 
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