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    WWII models?

    Hi all:

    Apologies if this is in the wrong spot. Was hoping a lot of people could see it. Just wondering if there's any ranges out there that are 40K or maybe Inquisitor scale that offer WWII soldiers? My gf is a fan of the 1960s American TV show Combat! and I'd like to try to make a diorama for her.

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    the closest GW range i can think of is the Old Cadian metal miniatures, or the steel legion minis.
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    The Death Korps models are insane but they cost a lot for a simple diorama. I don't really know any other models that resemble WW1 or 2 as much as they do.
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    There are many plastic and metal. Just google toy soldiers or find a hobby shop, there are so many scales and types you will be overwhelmed!

    Try 'Michigan toy soldier' company, there are many more....
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    as the above poster said, there are a multitude of companies that do WW2 minis in 28mm (roughly 40k scale) Artizan are very good for example. If you look at somewhere like the warstore.com you should find something suitable
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