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Community #1 Posted 21 April 2017 - 09:52 AM

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Collectors! Are you hungry for more tank model kits to add to your collection? We are happy to introduce more quality tank model kits to the Wargaming Store range.

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SlyMeerkat #2 Posted 21 April 2017 - 10:04 AM

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Schemezoid #3 Posted 23 April 2017 - 10:48 PM

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''Quality''

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Dangit, was hoping for t29 or Crusader SP haha

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View PostSkedoosh, on 24 April 2017 - 07:03 AM, said:

Dangit, was hoping for t29 or Crusader SP haha

 

Well Takom do a T29E3 but I'm not sure there's even a conversion kit for the Crusader SP.

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View PostSchemezoid, on 23 April 2017 - 09:48 PM, said:

''Quality''

 

The 1/56 kits should be decent models as I presume they're the same as the ones Italeri do for Warlord Games Bolt Action wargame. They are aimed squarely at that market so if you want a quick build they're the ideal even if lacking in fine detail.

 

Of the 1/35 kits the Jagd IV isn't that new but I'd expect it to be an ok kit. Not up to the level of detail of some vendors but an easier build and not that expensive. The Hetzer looks a bit meh as it's a serioulsy old kit and you could nab an Acamedy one for much the same price.

 

 



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View Postjabster, on 24 April 2017 - 07:51 AM, said:

 

The 1/56 kits should be decent models as I presume they're the same as the ones Italeri do for Warlord Games Bolt Action wargame. They are aimed squarely at that market so if you want a quick build they're the ideal even if lacking in fine detail.

 

Of the 1/35 kits the Jagd IV isn't that new but I'd expect it to be an ok kit. Not up to the level of detail of some vendors but an easier build and not that expensive. The Hetzer looks a bit meh as it's a serioulsy old kit and you could nab an Acamedy one for much the same price.

 

 

 

Well, ive gotten myself a Ferdinand, a while ago. It doesnt fit. The top part is bend so you cannot fit it onto the bottom half.

Tried to contact their customer support, but never even gotten an answer.

 

Good thing it came with a LeFH code :arta:



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View PostSchemezoid, on 27 April 2017 - 06:53 AM, said:

 

Well, ive gotten myself a Ferdinand, a while ago. It doesnt fit. The top part is bend so you cannot fit it onto the bottom half.

Tried to contact their customer support, but never even gotten an answer.

 

Good thing it came with a LeFH code :arta:

Of all the kits you could have chosen you had to choose that one. It's a serioulsy old kit and its only redeeming feature is that it's nowhere near as expensive the Dragon or Tamiya ones. As for the warped part, you can generally get them to fit by immersing them in hand hot water and then applying pressure.






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