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Fatboydim

America 155mm self-propelled artillery M40 Big shot

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As it was used by the Army here I will 100% get one of these. Will have to convert the figures tho!

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4 hours ago, Julien said:

As it was used by the Army here I will 100% get one of these. Will have to convert the figures tho!

 

Hello Julien, was that the Cardinal? 

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On 30/09/2016 at 5:28 PM, Julien said:

As it was used by the Army here I will 100% get one of these. Will have to convert the figures tho!

 

Might as well sign up for the Sherman STGB while you are at it.  :poke:

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On 6 October 2016 at 11:35 AM, Dads203 said:

Bit of a review ... looks nice 

 

http://amps-armor.org/reviews/showReview.aspx?ID=3854&Type=FL

 

 

 

Really good link Dads203, thanks for posting. 

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A good review, but why do they seem to stick with rubber tracks? I dont agree with the reviewer that a plastic barrel is the only option. Meng Pz 2000 has a big barrel and that was metal, as is their PLA SPG.

 

As much as I like Tamiya I think they need to look at these things.

 

Cheers for the link Dan.

 

Julien

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Have to agree that band tracks should really be a thing of the past, especially in the bigger scales.  :rolleyes:

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Click on the link below for a review on missing-lynx by Brett Green.

 

http://www.missing-lynx.com/reviews/usa/tamiya35351reviewbg_1.html

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On 10/17/2016 at 8:11 PM, Sgt.Squarehead said:

Have to agree that band tracks should really be a thing of the past, especially in the bigger scales.  :rolleyes:

 

Depends on what vehicle is being built...but I hate individual link tracks with a passion, they take all the enjoyment out of building a tank 

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