Moroccan Goumier Rifles (ICM 35565)

A fresh review with test-buid about a new kit from ICM manufacturer “Moroccan Goumier Rifles (1943)” in 1/35 scale. Moroccan Goumiers were soldiers who served in auxiliary units attached to the French Army of Africa, between 1908 and 1956. Four Moroccan groups (regimental-sized units, about 12 000 men in total) served with the Allied forces during World War II. They specialised in night raiding operations, and fought against the forces of Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany during 1942-45. Goumier units were also used to man the front lines in mountainous and other rough terrain areas, freeing regular Allied infantry units to operate along more profitable axes of advance.

Kit contains one sprue with 64 details for assembly of four figures in 1/35 scale. Details are perfect quality and very realistic. Test-build of these figures give to me many happy hours. Assembly is very easy.

I reccomend this model for all modellers, who build & paint WW2 figures in 1/35 scale.

PS. Sorry for my poor english!

Deniss Ignatjev aka DIGger

 

Moroccan Goumier Rifles (ICM 35565)

Moroccan Goumier Rifles (ICM 35565)
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Box-art

7/10

    Details quality

    9/10

      Assembly guide

      9/10

        Test build

        9/10

          Difficulty (1-hard, 10-easy)

          9/10

            Appearance

            8/10

              Pluses

              • Price-Quality
              • Strong card box
              • Rare figures

              Minuses

              • Boring box-art

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