Maybe the most recognizable walker on the planet today, the Mickey has given birth to a huge range of machines build on its rugged chassis. In the Pacific or the Middle-East, the Allies use a tropical version of the same chassis, whose main feature is an open top turret. The deadliest arsenal of the Mickey stays the same.
Filling a gap in the Allied armored arsenal between the Mickey (Light) and the Pounder, the Barking Dog (Light) is an excellent anti-tank walker and can serve as a close support vehicle. Its six recoilless guns fire in sequence, aimed at the same point thanks to a very advanced targeting system. The Marines’ Light Barking Dog is similar to the prototype tested by the Army, but has an open-topped turret for better vision and cross-country performance. It is probably the most popular walker in the Marine Corps’ arsenal.
This reference allows you to field one of these two walkers.
This reference comes with two Dust 1947 unit cards. Like all regular Dust 1947 miniatures, it comes already assembled and primed. It's ready for the battlefield, or for painting, as you wish! You can directly paint over on it, since the priming serves as an undercoat and is compatible with any type of paint.