Boy Scouts from Airfix WW1 American Infantry

Scout Figures converted from Airfix WW1 American Infantry

Crossposted from my Pound Store Plastic Warriors Blog


Blog posted  by Mark Man of TIN 1970s Cub Scout (Bronze Arrow, retired)

4 thoughts on “Boy Scouts from Airfix WW1 American Infantry”

  1. Very clever use of these figures. They look good. The scout holding up their hands -is the classic pose of someone trying to get a signal on their mobile phone?


  2. These are very effective conversions indeed and really look the part. They will work really well for indoor games on smaller tables. Have you thought of trying a Girl Scout figure using tissue paper and glue in this scale? Paper tents would be fun too.


    1. Alan
      Next stage will be completing two Airfix Scout patrols and then next some girls Scouts in OOHO Airfix scale too.
      This will give me Scout patrols in 60mm, STS Little Britons 42mm and Airfix OO HO for different sized Wide Games. After that then I need to work on rules and character cards.
      I have some Atlantic ACW Wild West series tents and a tent template for making paper tents.


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