Spectre Get Stuck In With New Spetsnaz Soldier Release

October 5, 2015 by brennon

The new Spetsnaz that have been teased by Spectre over the past few weeks are now available to buy from their webstore. You can get Russians in proper full on military gear and then those who have gone a bit more undercover to find their target…

Going In Loud

When it comes to storming a building and taking down all of your targets with plenty of explosives and assault rifle fire then you probably want to look at Alfa, Bravo and Charlie teams who look like they mean business.

Spetsnaz Alfa

Spetsnaz Bravo

Spetsnaz Charlie

The one thing that I’m not entirely sure about with these models are the guns. It is a shame because they stand out as looking a little odd. It might also be the paint scheme that we’re seeing here as the assault rifles in the middle look a lot better.

Undercover

If you’re looking to head up a different approach then how about taking on a plain clothes approach. These are the kind of soldiers that you would have seen in the movies blending in and out of the background. You will find them in Delta, Echo and Foxtrot teams…

Spetsnaz Delta

Spetsnaz Echo

Spetsnaz Foxtrot

I think these are going to be my favourites from the Russian range and while I like seeing all of that big chunky military hardware I like the idea of the fighting behind the scenes and all the more low key and undercover missions that these agencies and military teams get involved in.

Close Quarters

Last but not least we have another fully kitted out squad of Russian soldiers armed with Submachine Guns for when you need to concentrate on close quarters fire fights.

Spetsnaz SMG Alfa

Once again I’m not overly sure on the weapons but it could be the painting with a camo pattern. I still like the rest of the model though and think they are in a range of very accurate poses.

What do you think?

"...while I like seeing all of that big chunky military hardware I like the idea of the fighting behind the scenes and all the more low key and undercover missions that these agencies and military teams get involved in"