Eduard Brassin | 632049 Lewis Mk.II WW1 gun
Reviewed by Iain Ogilvie
Here we have a rather nice pair of Lewis Guns, in Mk II form, that can be used with a wide variety of First World War, as well as Post War subjects.
The main components are this set are cleanly cast in light grey resin and are superbly detailed, with separate firing handles, ammo drums (including spares), cocking levers, sights (in PE) and muzzle. The casting in my example are superb, but I do have one of the muzzle parts that's come off it's pour block in transit.
A small photo-eched sheet of brass is provided for the main sights.
Eduard's usual clear and concise instructions with colour call outs.
Another high quality addition to Eduard's Brassin range that has a huge range of applications.
© Iain Ogilvie 2017
This review was published on Friday, April 14 2017; Last modified on Friday, April 14 2017