Artizan Designs 'Thrilling Tales' range, & it is packed with glorious period detail. I really like the snow goggles, moustache, medals, & wool-lined hat; but the best aspect for me is the fact that he's armed with not only the classic & much-prized Mauser C96 automatic pistol, but also the esoteric Luger Lange Pistole 08 (also known as the 'Artillery Luger'), which is described as a pistol-carbine, & had a bizarre setup of a small drum magazine feeding bullets up through the handle, & also a shoulder stock. Essentially it was an early SMG.
Artizan Designs 'Thrilling Tales' figures fit very well with Copplestone Castings 'Back of Beyond' figures. The only thing I have noticed is that the former are closer to 28mm height, wheras the Copplestone ones are more often 30mm tall. Perfectly within natural human size variance though. I have painted this characterful chap in a General Markov Officers Regiment uniform (albeit a well-tailored version befitting his rank, with Russian tri-colour arm badges), to match my other elite White soldiers: officer, sniper, & infantry.