Infanterie Russe, 1891–1921

Revue de Figurines de HaT Industrie au 1/72

Infanterie Russe de la Premièr Guerre Mondiale, 1/72 Figurines HaT Industrie 8061

Infanterie Russe de la Premièr Guerre Mondiale en Gymnastiorka kaki avec matching trousers, et peaked cap. The HaT figurines may be used to recruit infantry platoons for Crossfire et other popular wargame systems ranging from the Révolte des Boxers a la Révolution Russe. The riflemen are in suitable wargaming poses which offer enough variety even without additional conversion efforts. Les fusiliers marching et avançant peuvent être convertia en portes-drapeau by removing the rifle et replacing it avec a flag staff made from pianowire.


48 figurines en 8 poses – 23 mm correspondent à 166 cm hauteur de corps

  • Officier (4)
  • Grenadier throwing stick-grenade (4)
  • Fusilier Russe, marchant (8)
  • Fusilier Russe, avançant avec raised rifle (8)
  • Fusilier Russe, avançant avec levelled rifle (8)
  • Fusilier Russe, debout, tirant (8)
  • Fusilier Russe, à genoux, tirant (4)
  • Fusilier Russe, à genoux, loading (4)
Infanterie Russe de la Premièr Guerre Mondiale 1914–1917, 1/72 Figurines HaT Industrie 8061 Infanterie Russe de la Premièr Guerre Mondiale 1914–1917, 1/72 Figurines HaT Industrie 8061


  • Choix de sujet excellent, infanterie russe of the early 20th Century et Première Guerre mondiale is unique in this scale. L’uniforme kaki issued after 1907 appears similar in cut to the earlier uniform shirt et trousers worn pendant la Révolte des Boxers et la Guerre Russo-Japonaise.
  • Excellent wargaming poses, the figurines may be used to raise infantry platoons for Crossfire et similar rules systems. A companion set des armes d’appui russes is also available from HaT Industrie.
  • La figurine d’officier est facilement converti en marqueur de pertes.
  • The riflemen are fully et uniformely equipped avec the 1914 pattern infantry equipment consisting of a haversack, rolled shinel greatcoat avec tent sheet et poles attached, et an entrenching tool on the right hip.
  • Substandard casting quality. Obvious flash et mould lines need to be removed prior to painting. The editor used the Rai-Ro ZEP-70 heated spatula to blend mould lines into the surface of the model.
  • The riflemen are carrying le fusil Mosin-Nagant M.1891 russe which should have a long spike bayonet attached to it. The Mosin-Nagant M.1891/30 remained in service for some time, et it was used by Vietcong troops pendant la Guerre du Viêt Nam.
  • Le fusilier à genoux, tirant is in an unusual pose avec his supporting knee just off the ground. This stance will keep his knees clean, but he is unlikely to hit anything when firing from a difficult pose like this. By contrast, le fusilier à genoux, loading is perfectly relaxed about getting his trousers dirty.
  • The tent poles attached to the rolled shinel coat have not been modelled.

Emploi Historique

  • Infanterie Russe, 1891–1921
    • Révolte des Boxers, 1900–1901
    • Guerre Russo-Japonaise, 1904–1905
    • Première Guerre mondiale, 1914–1917
    • Révolution Russe, 1917–1921

Possibilités de Conversions

  • Infanterie russe en casque Adrian M.1916 française

Infanterie russe de la Première Guerre mondiale are an excellent addition to the growing range of 1/72 scale miniatures, because they span four different conflicts.


Questions Fréquents

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Figurines de la Première Guerre Mondiale