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Restock: Field Bastions

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About the Field Bastions:

The Field Bastion is a modern gabion, with the primary use being for flood control and military fortifications. They are made up of a collapsible wire mesh container and a heavy-duty fabric liner. Basic assembly requires unfolding and filling them with sand, soil, or gravel using a front-end loader. Much like a sandbag barrier, the placement is simple. One of the advantages of a Field Bastion barrier is the quick and easy setup. They are often used as a semi-permanent levee or blast wall against explosions or small arms. Recent uses of Field Bastions include areas of heavy conflict like Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as civilian use in flood control during Hurricane Katrina. Secure your minifigure base today with Brickmania Field Bastions.

Each pre-built Field Bastion includes unique printing on all four sides, including one with battle damage. Combine multiple Field Bastions to create detailed base fortifications and defensive walls. Printed artwork is based on the HESCO® Bastion.

Additional information about this Brickmania custom building kit:

The Field Bastions kit comes with the following features:

  • 1/35 scale to match other Brickmania models
  • Pre-built with custom-printed LEGO elements
  • Designed by Lando
  • Includes 11 genuine new-condition LEGO® elements

All Brickmania model kits are made of new-condition LEGO bricks. This model comes disassembled and includes complete printed building instructions and comes packaged in a sealed box. This is a limited edition kit and production may be discontinued at any time.

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