Sten Mk.II Submachine Gun

Published: December 29th, 2019     
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Reviewed by: Allan Murrell - IPMS# 49715
Scale: 1/35
Company: Eduard
Price: $19.95
Product / Stock #: 635 015
Product provided by: Eduard

This is a Brassin resin set to make 8 British Sten Mk.II submachine guns as used by the British during world war 2. This was the most common submachine gun used by the British and this set gives you parts to make two variants (4 of each) plus 4 magazines.

The set contains the following sets:

  • 8 x resin Sten guns
  • 4 x resin magazines
  • 4 straight tube stocks
  • 4 formed tube stocks
  • 1 colored photoetch sheet
  • 1 instruction sheet

The resin parts are very clean and no flash. The resin base part is easy to remove. The photo etch parts form the straps for the Sten guns. There is also a mix of two straps for both versions of the Sten guns.

The parts assemble very easily and give a very realistic Sten guns when complete. They are idea for adding to figures, as stowed equipment or for dioramas.

Summary

This is a great set for adding very detailed submachine guns to any model that needs it. I would recommend this set to everyone.

Thanks go to Eduard for providing this set to review and IPMS USA for allowing me to review it for them.

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