Next in line is Leon Poteyenko, who is bald headed and who sports a goatee beard and moustache. He is armed with a 5.56mm Heckler and Koch 33E Assault Rifle.
In the centre of the group is Anton Trofimov. He holds a 5.56mm Colt CAR15 Assault Carbine, with a shorter barrel than the rifle.
Last in line is the gang's sniper, Ivan Mirzakeyev. He is looking through the scopesight of a 7.62mm Heckler and Koch PSG1 Sniper Rifle, a very reliable and accurate weapon.
Standing next to him is Timor Kublitsky, the first of three mobsters armed with a 12 Gauge pump-action Shotgun. He is the only original sculpt in this set.
Bohunk Tabbak stands in the centre of this group. He is also armed with a pump-action Shotgun and he is a conversion of Ivan Trotsky from the previous set. It is a good conversion, as he has had a head swap, a weapon swap and his tie and shirt have been replaced with a polo-necked jumper. Finally. his fur-lined coat has now become a trench coat.
The second figure from the right is the third of the pump-action Shotgun wielding mobsters and his name is Anatoly Kiselev. He is a conversion of Anton Trofimov from above and he has had a head swap and a weapon swap.
Finally, we come to Sergei Maximov. He has also had a head and a weapon swap. His 5.56mm Heckler and Koch G36 Assault Rifle replaces the sniper rifle of Ivan Mirzakeyev from the previous set. An oversight by me is that I should have painted the bullets in his ammo clip, as the G36 uses translucent plastic magazines.
For a set of mooks, these two sets fit the bill nicely. They are good without being exceptional. The fact that four out of five of the second set are simple conversions does not bother me in the least. Grouped together they all look different and that's good enough for me. Coupled with the Sergei's Korporation set, this gives me 15 Russian Mafia figures, which is a fairly decent sized gang for my skirmish wargaming needs. The two sets cost £10.00 each.