These were picked up on one of several visits to head office back when I worked for GW, thought I wish
I'd picked up some arms for them as well lol
I think that the classic plastic Imperial guard/army arms were meant to fit these back in the day when they thought that making plastic arms would save them a few bob. Horrible idea really having plastic & metal hybrid minis. Most people tend to just use super glue to fit the arms on so when you drop them the arms ping off in random directions and you spend time crawling on hands and knees looking for the errant part. Not to mention that the detailing on the arms is usually lower than the metal mini due to the (then) limitations of the medium.
I tend to take my time and pin on parts whenever I can. its fiddly but in the long run I tend to have less ballistic parts when dropping minis so its a definite WIN in my book and worth the effort.
Any how to the miniatures......
Lets start off gently, first up are some of the excellent grenadier original future warriors range sculpted by Mark Copplestone. I bought all these packs back when they were first released. going out from my job at workshop on my lunch break to the FLGS & comic shop to buy the latest releases. I thought they were fantastic (and I still do). They easily stand the test of time looking great next to miniatures that are released today even thought they are nearly 20 years old.
And here he is the the rest of his buddies, I have to say though, my poor photo skills when added together with unpainted minis and the fact that I am using my phone result in bad photos of unpainted stuff. Sorry guys, but you get the idea. For some reason there seem to be more tech gangers than any of the others, but then this is just the stuff I grabbed at the time that was available so perhaps there are more minis cast originally that I didn't see. it would be nice to see if I have a "whole set" so I might have to look into this more.