Korean War: Chinese PVA SMG Squad
Much like their Soviet counterparts, the CCP Army learned the valued lessons of massed assaults with submachine guns. In a PVA rifle company, two submachine squads were in the company headquarters, providing firepower when needed. These submachine gun squads served as scouts, point security, lead in the attack, and could also be divided out if the commander needed. A mix of weapons were issued, the standard PPSh and the US Thompson submachine gun from WWII.
Contains nine metal infantry figures with plastic bases.