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1. M109A6 Paladin [ 3633 ]
by: Steven Eldridge  |  Vendor: Tamiya, Inc.
2. Egyptian T-34/122 SPG [ 3248 ]
by: Scott Pasishnek  |  Vendor: Rye Field Model
3. SU-76M [ 2658 ]
by: Frederick Boucher  |  Vendor: Alan Hobbies
4. Superguns 1854-1991 [ 1672 ]
by: Randy L Harvey  |  Vendor: Osprey Publishing
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Superguns 1854-1991
by: Randy L Harvey  |  Vendor: Osprey Publishing
Randy L Harvey [HARV] locked and loaded this review of the new OSPREY book SUPERGUNS 1854-1991 - EXTREME ARTILLERY FROM THE PARIS GUN AND THE V-3 TO IRAQ'S PROJECT BABYLON. Let's pull the lanyard and look inside.   >> READ MORE

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Egyptian T-34/122 SPG (1:35)
by: Scott Pasishnek  |  Vendor: Rye Field Model
Scott reviews this new kit from Rye Field Model. An interesting post-WWII variant of the legendary T-34 hull design.   >> READ MORE

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M109A6 Paladin (1:35)
by: Steven Eldridge  |  Vendor: Tamiya, Inc.
Steven Eldridge takes a look at the M109A6 Paladin SPG from Tamiya in 1/35th scale.   >> READ MORE

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SU-76M
by: Frederick Boucher  |  Vendor: Alan Hobbies
About 30 years ago, SELF-PROPELLED GUN SU-76M from ALAN was released as the first injection 1/35 model of this Soviet SP.   >> READ MORE

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German SPG Wespe (1:35)
by: Kevin Brant  |  Vendor: Tamiya, Inc.
Tamiya has re-released their German Wespe with some new parts, and here Kevin Brant has a look in the box.   >> READ MORE

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History of the IDF Artillery 1
by: Adie Roberts  |  Vendor: Trackpad Publishing
Adie Roberts takes a good look at the Trackpad Publishing of the Israeli Sherman-based Self-Propelled Weapons book Volume 1, by Tom Gannon being very interested in anything Israeli he gives an honest appraisal of this new publication.
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M109A2 DOHER (1:35)
by: Darren Baker  |  Vendor: AFV Club
Darren Baker takes a look at the latest 1/35th scale M109 from AFV Club in the form of an M109A2 DOHER Self-Propelled 155mm Howitzer.   >> READ MORE

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B4 Model 1931 203mm Howitzer (1:35)
by: Sebastian Schoof   |  Vendor: Trumpeter
Sebastian Schoof shares with us his video review of Trumpeters B4 1931 203mm Howitzer in 1/35th scale.   >> READ MORE

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E100 missile tank (1:72)
by: Andras  |  Vendor: Modelcollect
Andras Donaszi takes a look at the Rheintochter 1 movable Missile launcher with E100 in 1/72nd scale released by Model Collect.   >> READ MORE

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V2 with Meillerwager/ Hanomag (1:35)
by: Sebastian Schoof   |  Vendor: Takom
Sebastian Schoof shares with us a video review of the V2 Rocket with Meillerwager and HANOMAG SS100 from Takom in 1/35th scale.   >> READ MORE

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Sturmtiger (1:48)
by: Steve Brodie  |  Vendor: Tamiya, Inc.
Steve Brodie shares with us a build review of the German 38cm Assault Mortar Sturmtiger from Tamiya in 1/48th scale.   >> READ MORE

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M752 LANCE Missile Launcher (1:35)
by: Jon Arnold  |  Vendor: Dragon Models
Jon Arnold shares with us a review of the Dragon Models M752 LANCE Tactical Ballistic Missile Launcher in 1/35th scale.   >> READ MORE

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Sd.Kfz.166 Sturmpanzer IV (1:35)
by: Jon   |  Vendor: Tamiya, Inc.
Jonathan Moy reviews and builds the new upcoming Tamiya Sd.Kfz.166 Sturmpanzer IV Brummbar late Production in 1/35th scale.   >> READ MORE

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StuH Ausf. G (1:87)
by: Frederick Boucher  |  Vendor: Artitec
ARTITEC has kitted this 10.5 cm armed STUH AUSF G. It is a resin and photo-etched model.   >> READ MORE

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SU 101 SPA (1:35)
by: Sebastian Schoof   |  Vendor: Trumpeter
In 1944 the Construction Bureau of the Ural Heavy Machinery Plant developed the SU-101 with the D-10S gun and the SU-102 with the D-25S gun. Both vehicles were designated as Uralmash-1. Prototypes were manufactured in April 1945. The vehicles never entered mass production nor saw service.   >> READ MORE

 
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