Eureka Japanese

Another batch finished in 2007; they’re organised into a 12-figure company for use with Rapid Fire. In early 1942 the average IJA coy numbered 177 men, although the figure was much higher at the start of a campaign (e.g. the companies in 55 Division’s 143 Regiment had strengths of 200 or more men when it crossed the Thai frontier into Burma).

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One response to “Eureka Japanese

  1. I bought some of these Eureka Japanese based on this post, and plan on painting them the same, but I’m wasting my life trying to figure out how you painted the rifles. I just can’t get that shade of yellow right, which is the most accurate I’ve seen compared to real arisaka rifles. Please put me out of my misery!

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