Konflikt '47 Nachladen! Wehrmacht Heavy Infantryman 'Soldier Of Fortune' February 2023 Figure
Oberfeldwebel Albrecht Kühn is a veteran of Operation Barbarossa and one of the few Germans to survive and escape the unforgiving battles that took place around Budapest in 1946. It was in the lethal streets of that urban warfare that Eisensturmtruppe (Iron Stormtrooper) Kühn, in his newly issued riss-wissen Vollständigpanzerrüstung (Rift-tech fully armoured body armour) came face-to-face with Soviet Ursus Infantry and Siberian Terror Squads.
Doctrine for the Stg44 was to use short bursts of fire, but against such monstrosities, Kühn quickly learned that such weak firepower was insufficient to stop the terrors. Instead, to survive against such beasts, Kühn began trigger-locking his weapon, emptying his entire magazine into them to stop them dead. Despite several Platoon leaders trying to curb Kühn’s excesses, Kühn continues to blaze away with maniacal glee at every enemy.
Eisensturmtruppe Kühn can replace the NCO in a single Wehrmacht Heavy Infantry Squad for +5 pts. To represent his excessive use of ammunition, Kühn’s Assault Rifle has 3 Shots instead of the normal 2 Shots.
Models supplied unassembled and unpainted