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Showcase & Gallery / Jimmys WIP Thread
« on: April 16, 2018, 07:21:32 PM »
Thought I should probably start one of these; got a few bits on the go at the moment - foremostly the Warlord M18 which I'm hoping to add the Rubicon TD crew to, would really appreciate some thoughts on that once I've taken a few photos of it.

Until then thought I'd upload some of my previous Rubicon builds, nothing particularly exciting, all pretty average tabletop standard but a bit of a mix of different things. Oh and please don't pay any attention to the water pot I use for painting, I've had it for a long time!  ::)











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General Discussions / BM13 Katyusha dimensions?
« on: December 06, 2017, 08:23:50 AM »
Would it be possible to get the dimensions of the Katyusha kit please?

Got a new model case for my Russian armour at the weekend (along with the Rubicon SU-85, really nice kit been meaning to get one for ages) and trying to maximise what I can fit in the foam, hopefully with be getting the Katyusha for Christmas so want to make sure I leave the right sized space for it if I can!

Thanks!

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Wish Lists / ISU 152 / 122
« on: November 02, 2017, 08:25:02 AM »

Would love one of these bad boys in plastic, or just done accurately to be honest!

May be a little bit of a more unusual choice (or not?), but the only one currently available in 1/56 is from Warlord, but the proportions of it are definitely off. Very annoying as it's one of my favourite AFVs. Would be ace to have Rubicon do it properly!


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Wish Lists / SdKfz 10 Halftrack
« on: October 09, 2017, 06:39:23 PM »

The SdKfz 10 was one of the most widely produced German vehicles of the war (14,000 odd) and formed the base of the 250 halftrack. There is only one manufacturer of a (resin) kit in 1/56, which still surprises me - it has a wide range of uses as a tow throughout the whole of the war and a number of interesting variants that could be modelled. Including of course the 10/4 and 5 AA which are likely to be of particular interest from a wargaming perspective.

I'd certainly pick up more than a few of them, for a number of different uses, and it seems like a particular gap in the market which Rubicon could fill - would go nicely with the range of AT and AA guns in progress too.

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