Emhar are more famous for reasonable quality 1:72 scale WW1 models. This is one of a range of 1:35 scale kits brought out to commemorate the end of that conflict.
Emhar are a trading company of Bachmann Europe PLC, most of their products are made in China and it shows. The plastic of the kit appears too flexible and of poor quality. This model is very basic, but would suit someone at entry level to the hobby.
The gun kit is 12 pieces of light grey plastic, plenty of mould lines but no flash. The kit comes in a snap together format, rather like the snap-tite 1:32 scale trucks. This is handy as one doesn't need clamps when glueing up. The parts all fit together well and make up into a nice model.
The three figures included in the kit are reminiscent of the toy soldiers of the 1970's and depict an officer with binoculars, pointing; a loader carrying a heavy shell and a kneeling figure holding his hands over his ears. Moulded in a sort of khaki It is necessary to wash all kit parts in mild detergent prior to painting. I gave all of the figures a primer coat of Humbrol primer, thinned out and applied with a brush.
Kit instructions are a series of pictograms on the back of the box, are easy to follow and well-detailed. There are no decals with this kit.
Conclusion: A nice little model, easily made in a couple of hours and handy for the youngster just starting in the hobby. My gripes are; moulded drag ropes on the gun shield. These would have been better as an additional kit part. The shield is moulded as one piece and would benefit from being the three-piece hinged item that it originally was.
This would make a pretty good diorama on it's own, with just a base and some basic scenery. I would lose the bases on the figures though, they're rubbish..
Rating: Fair 2.5 out of 5