Most of the time, Figures in small scales, such as HO (1:87) are armed with weapons that roughly represent their 1:1 scale real-world counterparts at best, and more often than not, look like sticks or worse.
If you have any 1:87 scale WW2-era Soviet troops that need improved weapons, this is for you.
The kit is composed of 1 sheet of photo-etched brass, containing 10 WW2-era Soviet Small Arms, and 1 instruction sheet
The small arms are very highly detailed, historically accurate, and are folded in half to represent both 3D sides of the weapon. Iron sights and bolt-action levers, as well as magazines, and even triggers and trigger-guards are represented very well on the models.
As seen in the picture below, I have assembled the Mosin-Nagant standard infantry bolt-action rifle.
I would only recommend this kit to a modeler with sufficient experience with Photo-etched brass kits, and of course, only to modelers who already own some unarmed 1:87 scale troops.