While laudable in its intent to offer French and British items, as well as German, the castings have thick detailing and none of the finesse found in DML and Tamiya accessory weapons sets. The American-made weapons (standard issue for the French during WWII) are good, though it should be noted that the M2 carbine is a post-war model first seen in Korea (the telltale sign is the bayonet mount). I'm not sure of the lineage or French weapons, whether they too are post-war or not. The German guns have all been reproduced much better elsewhere. About the only thing of note are the French Adrian helmets, but I think you can find much better versions in resin from Ultracast.