|Vietnam Radio Telephone Operator 1/6 Bronze Figure |
Finely sculpted right down to the combat fatigues, M-56 webbing equipment belt, pouches and buttpack, M-16 assault rifle, and PRC25 radio, this limited edition, 1/6 scale, cold cast bronze sculpture of a radio telephone operator calling for a helicopter pickup back to base during the Vietnam War measures 12½" tall.
|Warning Shot Sign |
Informing would-be trespassers that, due to the high cost of ammo, there won't be a warning shot, this 24-gauge steel sign is a humorous addition to your garage or man cave. Hand distressed to create the look and feel of aged metal and paint, it includes mounting holes and measures 18"x 12".
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