The Fate Of Four Gamers continues. This week saw the beginnings of the home stretch for painting with Lee and his 96 points of armour with Magachs, Fez will be finishing up his infantry and transports and Duncan is putting finishing touches on his T-62s. Check out the full article below for more details
We also have a Battle Report from the Fate Of Four Gamers with the Isreali Defense Forces going head to head with the Egyptians with 100 points worth of kit. See how it went and who triumphed in the link below.
We’ve had a bunch of people asking for downloads of a Quick Reference sheet for Fate Of A Nation so we have put up PDF versions for you to download and print off. Simply right click the link and save as and you’ll be ready to slug it out in the Golan Heights or Sinai in no time. Find the PDF download in the link below.
Includes two ZSU-23-4 Self-propelled Anti-aircraft guns,
Designed as a replacement for the ZSU-57-2, the ZSU-23-4 “Shilka” replaced the twin 57mm guns with four 23mm cannon with a far greater ammunition capacity. The Shilka is also equipped with an integral radar to allow automatic tracking of targets rather than optical tracking.
Includes nine plastic T-62 tank sprues, two plastic Tank Commander sprues two Decal Sheets and two ZSU-23-4 Self-propelled Anti-aircraft guns
When the British fitted their Centurion with a 105mm gun, the Soviet leadership demanded that the T-55 be fitted with a bigger gun than its current 100mm. The result was the T-62 which mounted a smoothbore 115mm firing a fin-stabilised round. Egypt acquired several hundred in time for the 1973 Yom Kippur War
Step 1. Begin assembly by attacking the tracks to the hull of the M50 Sherman.
1a.Each track has been keyed to correspond with a particular side of the hull; this aids in ensuring the correct orientation of the tracks when assembling the miniature. 1b. The correct alignment for the left-hand side track 1c. The correct alignment for the right-hand side track
1d. The left-hand side track attached to the hull 1e. The hull machine-gun correctly attached to the front of the hull
Step 2a. Attach the hull machine-gun to the hull.
2b. The hull machine-gun sprue note: we include extra MGs for ease- keep the spares in your bits box!
2c. The hull machine-gun correctly attached to the front of the hull
Step 3a. Attach the main gun to the turret
3b. The main gun ready for assembly. 3c. The main gun correctly attached to the turret.
Step 4a. Attach the hatches to the turret.
Step 5. Attach the commander’s hatch to the turret (closed)
5a. The commanders hatch modeled closed 5b. (optional) the commander’s hatch modeled open. 5c. Snip your chosen commander from the sprue.
5d. The tank commander correctly attached to the turret
Step 6a. Attach the .50 cal AA MG to the turret
6b. With the tank commander and AA MG in place, the M50 Sherman is fully-assembled and ready for painting.
The Beasts Of War team is back with another unboxing video. Today they look at the Isherman tank, also known as the Super Sherman. In this video they talk about one of the most unique tanks that Israeli forces fielded and the history that led its development and pushed the absolute limit of what could be done with a Sherman tank.
Please note prices listed are in Pounds Stirling for customers in the United Kingdom, Euros for customers in Europe, and US Dollars for all other regions.
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