Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 12:55 AM UTC
Nuts Planet re-released a 1/35 scale Infinity Shape figure under their own label. Check out the company's press release.
We are so pleased to announce Ghost Company`s new 1/35 release, U.S. Infantaryman 1995. This figure was once released a while ago from Infinity Shape model and famous of being painted by Master Young Won.

[GC35004] U.S. Infantaryman 1995
Painter: Young Won
Scale: 1/35
Pieces: 9
Material: Grey resin
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This figure was originally billed as a "Modern Soldier". It doesn't really work as a 1995 Soldier. The weapon is off. It has some kind of silencer or something on the barrel. Also, in '95 scopes were not common nor were knee pads.
APR 11, 2019 - 01:18 AM
You are correct. Quite a few things are off for being '95. Mario
APR 11, 2019 - 01:38 AM
Altough my knowledge of modern/contemporary US uniforms isn't up to snuff, there are quite a few oddities abot this figure that stand out even for a non-expert like me. First off, the figures apprears to be posed in a combat environment/setting, yet he's not wearing body armor (PASGT at the time a believe). Also, I don't think knee pads were introduced before the dissaperance of the ALICE personal gear. And that's not to mention the M16A-whatever, that looks more like a post-Desert storm affair. For what it's worth.
APR 11, 2019 - 04:59 AM
Not a silencer but a suppressor. The nomenclature escapes me at the moment. Could be SF from that time. While not infantry per se, they're not strangers to the concept. For strict 11B, could very definitely be LRS from that time.
APR 11, 2019 - 05:28 AM
He could also be LSMFT or AFLCIO, or possibly IRS or ICCMC..? NAFTA??? Or is it NAPHTHA??? I escape myself, sometimes... Have fun!!!
APR 11, 2019 - 11:45 PM
The original Infinity Shape figures were long sought after, including the two PMC figures and the one with the floppy hat/shotgun and PAGST helmet/M4. I had those kits. I eventually sold them after years in storage. Even though they were rare, they didn't attract me enough to build them. The main problem I found with 1/35 Infinity Shape figures was that they were White Metal whereas practically every other 1/35 garage kit company used resin. White Metal is akin to Wargaming figures; kind of soft on the details, smoother, molded on pouches and details, and easy for small parts to bend and break. While they may look nice painted up, in reality, primer and paint sometimes have a hard time sticking to White Metal figures. Now that Nutsplanet made them (I would assume) in resin, hopefully the details would be crisper. I am surprised though that Nutsplanet didn't include extras or modified them, instead preferring to cast them OOTB as the original Infinity Shape molds.
APR 13, 2019 - 04:31 AM
If memory serves me correctly the original white metal figure was an attempt to replicate a Ranger at the time of Somalia 1993.
APR 16, 2019 - 10:52 AM

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