Tin historical and fantasy miniatures implemented in collectible painting quality. Well traced detailing of the major apparel pieces such as shields, armor, etc. Painted base. Manufacturing and painting take from 10 to 25 days.
The M1902 gun was the mainstay of Russian Empire artillery; as such it was extensively used in World War I and the Russian Civil War and remained in service in former parts of the Russian Empire (Soviet Union, Poland, Finland). It was also adopted by some other countries (Romania, Turkey). By 192 8, the M1902 formed the bulk of the Red Army's 2,500 artillery pieces.