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Dave Ward14/07/2017 15:09:28
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On the MiniArt Website......

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Whilst these look absolutely delightful, I can't help wondering who needs 32 Panzerfausts and boxes for a diorama? Surely mixing bits up for a wider ranging weapons set would make more sense?

Dave

Hooch15/07/2017 05:23:04
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I agree, limited to depots, schools, resupplying and captured goods, or a fetish for various dios with them knocking out armour.

Dave Ward15/07/2017 10:52:12
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Trumpeter Facebook page.....

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This is a model of the missile that has been causing tension - North Korean IRBM

Dave

RecyMech15/07/2017 14:12:41
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Let me try that again

Posted by RecyMech on 24/06/2017 18:22:56:

"and on the Trumpeter/HB Facebook page another paper panzer ( yawn! )"

Yawn indeed........although I have to add.......there are hundreds & hundreds of German panzer kits out there & every single one of the makes me yawn. Hey, main stream manufacturers..... give the Tiger & the Panther a bloody rest.

(Just my personal opinion you understand)

H

Alan,

I was speaking as a member of the hobby as a whole, regardless of medium or scale. Although very true, I shouldn't (& in fact don't) give a monkeys about what comes out in 1/35th.

"I think you shouldn't care less about all the Tigers and Panthers. If any of these decided to switch their manufacturing efforts to something around 1/25th scale, like Classic British Military vehicles then you might have something to complain about"......teeth 2

But your reply is phrased like a true 1/35th Tiger fan

H

Alan Mckenzie15/07/2017 14:34:31
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Posted by RecyMech on 15/07/2017 14:12:41:

But your reply is phrased like a true 1/35th Tiger fan

H

Yes well you got that wrong too wink 2teeth 2

Dave Ward17/07/2017 06:13:09
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Trumpeter Facebook .....test assembly shots...................

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Impressive.

Dave

John Race17/07/2017 06:18:33
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Impressive yes Dave

Pity its too modern ? for me , looks very good . What time frame is it from ?

John.

Dave Ward17/07/2017 06:23:28
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John,

very short life, 1956-60, only 4 made! ( At least it actually existed! )

Dave

Marty Elliott17/07/2017 08:59:00
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looks to be the same as the very expensive Panzershop resin kit?? wonder what the retail will be??

Marty

Dave Ward17/07/2017 09:39:30
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Marty,

no idea, but better get that loan application form filled in! smiley

Dave

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