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P FN/SLR Hat #1


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3 February 2000mystery object identified
29 December 1999page first published

2,621 hits since 5 Jan 2000
©1994-2018 Bill Armintrout
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front view

As the name tells us, this figure is equipped with an FN/SLR and a hat - a bush hat, to be precise.

The uniform shirt is elbow-length, and is either rolled up to the elbow or has prominent cuffs. Lower arms and hands are bare. Boots come almost to knee-height, with loose uniform pants tucked into them. An outline on the upper left leg could be a pocket, a holster, or some other thin rectangular object. Figure's face is undetailed.

rear view

Figure is carrying a backpack and two bedrolls. Canteen-shaped objects hang from waist belt. Automatic rifle is held braced and in firing position. A grenade is carried on the right shoulder. Figure carries what looks to be a large shaft or handle inside his left arm, between the arm and the gun - the manufacturer identified this for us as a smoke grenade.

Some of our samples needed to have a bit of metal removed from the end of the gun barrels (easy). A few knobs may need to be removed from the bottom of the base. There were no discernable seams or other imperfections.

15mm tall from bottom of boots to top of hat.