A80164 WWII General of the United States Army George Smith Patton Jr

A80164 WWII General of the United States Army – George Smith Patton Jr.

Brief Introduction

George Smith Patton Jr. is one of the most famous US Army generals in American history. During his more than 30-year military career, he served in both World War I and World War II, and was one of the pioneers of tank combat in the US Army.

In WWII, Patton commanded American operations in North Africa, Sicily and France. His excellent command and leadership abilities made outstanding contributions to the Allied victory in World War II. However, Patton was also controversial for his strong personal style and behavior. On 9th December 1945, Patton was injured in a car accident near Mannheim and passed away on 21 December in Heidelberg.

After 11 years, we bring you 1/6 General Patton again. He looks calm and composed, with a determined gaze, as if everything is well-planned and victory is assured in battle. 

General Patton wears a M1 helmet with 3rd Army lieutenant general rank or a U.S. garrison cap with 3-star lieutenant general rank. He is wearing a classic Ike jacket and 3D cutting-breeches, with a khaki shirt underneath and an officer trench coat on top.  His iconic brown real leather cavalry boots are on his feet. The classic General Patton is recreated.

When it comes to the choice of weapons, General Patton also has distinct personal preferences. He carries two pistols on his waist, one of which is a customized M1873 revolver. This becomes his most famous symbol. The other is a .357 Magnum, one of the most powerful revolvers at the time. Patton usually carries it on the battlefield to take down enemies if necessary. Noteworthy, the M1873 revolver is equipped with a genuine leather holster, 12 rounds of bullets, a compass pouch, a bullet belt and a pouch. The .357 Magnum revolver comes with 6 rounds of bullets and a genuine leather holster. These two distinctive handguns are also a true portrayal of his bravery and prowess in battle.

General Patton also has goggles, an M15A1 binoculars, a horsewhip and four exclusive rings. In addition, there are many finely crafted insignias. All accessories are exquisite and delicate.

Hey! If you missed General Patton eleven years ago, do NOT miss him again!

Full Part List

1 Super realistic headsculpt
2 All New – DID 1:6 HG Body (Slim Tall Ver.)
3 Left palm X 3 + right palm X 3

4 M1 helmet with inner line & Patton 3rd Army Lieutenant General Rank
5 U.S. WWII Garrison Cap with 3-star Lieutenant General Rank
6 Ike jacket
7 WWII US officer trench coat
8 Shirt
9 Tie
10 Breeches
11 Cotton one-piece suit
12 Belt (genuine leather)
13 Canvas belt
14 Gloves
15 Cavalry boots (genuine leather)

16 Goggles
17 M15A1 binoculars
18 Ring X 4
19 Horsewhip

20 M1873 revolver + bullet X 12 + compass pouch (genuine leather) X 1 + bullet belt (genuine leather) X 1 + pouch (genuine leather) X 1
21 .357 Magnum Revolver + bullet X 6 + holster (genuine leather)

22 Overseas service bar X 1 ( 2 & 1/2 years WWII and 2 years WWI)
23 Overseas service bar X 1 ( 1/2 years WWI)
24 Ribbon bar x 1
25 United States Army Central patch X 1
26 II Corps shoulder patch X 1
27 7th Army Patch X 1
28 1st Armored Division patch X 1

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