This offering from Gecko Models features four infantry soldiers, in patrol stances, being lead by a piper. A search on line revealed a photograph, showing men of the 2ndArgyll and Sutherland Highlanders of the 15th Scottish Division moving forward during Operation Epsom 26th June 1944, that matches the box art quite closely.
This is partial text from the full article (usually with photos) at https://armorama.com/news/scottish-highlander-piper-and-infantry-normandy-june-1944
Thanks for the review Darren. As usual detailed and balanced. I’m familiar with the photo mentioned and as you say, it is likely the inspiration for the set. The bandoliers are cotton pouches in which the 5 round clips were issued. They were folded up and put into the pouches. However many infantrymen who could wangle extra ammunition, which was always welcome, hung the bandoliers over their shoulders once the pouches were full. As regards kilts, the kilt and kilt covers, familiar from WW1 were last worn in action during the French Campaign in 1940. After that the kilt was put into abeyance for the duration. Many Scottish regiments chose to use a large square or saltire shape of tartan on the shoulder in replacement instead of shoulder titles on BD. Occasionally officers would wear the kilt if they owned one, particularly in the Desert where dress regulations were lax and there is a famous photo taken in Arnhem of Captain Ogilvie of the Glider Pilots Regiment wearing one in action.