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WW2 American Infantry
My custom WW2 American Infantry mini-figs.
About this creation
My WW2 American Infantry collection. The figure pieces were mainly from mixed sets but most of the guns are of my own design.

These are a group of sergeants featuring a trench gun, Thompson sub-machine gun, and some other gun that I think looks cool.

A group of medics with medical pouches and fireld knifes with my 2 versions of Thompson sub-machine gun.

My custom American soldier with a flamethrower. This was VERY easy to make, but it requires some cutting/coloring.

A group of just regular privates featuring a M1 Garand Rifle, a BAR machine gun, and 2 Thompson sub-machine guns.

My custom sniper with complicated camouflage on his back. The rifle is a... I don't really know actually...






Comments

 I like it 
  April 8, 2009
Cool. But if you want weapons go to Brick arms. This Moc is awsome. Make a trench, or a tank or even better a battle sceen.
 I like it 
  December 19, 2008
the sniper could be a springfield
 I like it 
  December 13, 2008
where are the minifigs?!
 
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