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Colonial Militia Kneeling Firing No.3

Colonial Militia Kneeling Firing No.3

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The Colonial Militia Kneeling Firing No. 3 figurine depicts a colonial militiaman in the act of discharging his firearm while in a kneeling position.

Crafted in 1/30 scale with a matte finish, this figurine offers a glimpse into the tactical maneuvers and combat techniques employed by colonial militia units during the early history of the United States.

Colonial militia units played a crucial role in defending local communities and supporting larger military operations during periods of conflict. Militiamen were often called upon to engage in skirmishes, ambushes, and other forms of irregular warfare against enemy forces.

In this figurine, the militiaman is shown taking aim and firing his musket from a kneeling stance, a position commonly used to enhance stability and accuracy during combat. His attire likely reflects the practical clothing worn by colonial militiamen, consisting of simple garments suitable for both civilian life and military service.

Displaying this figurine in your collection serves as a tribute to the bravery and resourcefulness of colonial militiamen, who played a vital role in shaping the early defense and development of the American colonies.

Model: 16071

1/30 scale

Matte Finish

1 Piece Set





Care information

These are not play toys. They are collectables. Recommended for 14 yrs old and older.

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