- 4 figures in 4 poses
- Size: ??
- Color: Grey
- Unpainted 1/72 Scale Plastic Toy Soldiers
During the static warfare of the Western Front in the Great War, the sniper had become a more significant form of soldier than ever before, but strangely this particular specialist had received little attention after the peace. When war broke out again in Europe in 1939, only the Soviet Union still placed any great importance on the sniper, but after their invasion of 1941 the Germans quickly realised they needed to rediscover the skill to counter such losses. Initially men had to be trained, but more importantly there was an early shortage of weapons with suitable sights. However as the fight continued they produced many of their own snipers.