Well - they aren't up to the same level of casting as Platoon 20, and are a long way off Liberation Miniatures and Under Fire Miniatures. They aren't as bad as some people seem to feel they are either.
There is quite a lot of flash, and a couple of the figures look like the moulds weren't quite aligned and so there is a slight ridge between halves. But none look too bad, and all the figures should be salvageable without much work.
Sculpting is ok - a little soft on some, quite crisp and detailed on others. In terms of style, it is quite similar to Liberation miniatures.Generally the poses are good, and look pretty natural. The AT squad are bulkier figures than the others, and are of similar build to the 'chunkier' of the Platoon 20 figures.
|From the left: Under fire, Platoon 20, Combat/Hotspur, Liberation|
|From the left: Platoon 20, Liberation, Combat/Hotspur, Combat/Hotspur|
The verdict is: Good enough. I'd definitely buy some more of the figures, but I wouldn't make Combat my primary source. They have some interesting models (e.g. British Infantry in Internal Security gear, riot cops, etc) but if I could get the stuff from Liberation or Platoon 20, I'd probably go to them in preference.