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    Tamiya 1:35 Scale German 20mm Flakvierling 38 & Sd.Ah.52


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    Andysarmoury (16th December 2016), beihan62 (14th August 2016), Bockscar (14th August 2016), copdoc (16th December 2016), Montagu (14th August 2016), pzgr40 (16th December 2016), RichardB (10th September 2016), skull181 (16th August 2016), spotter (17th December 2016), starshell (14th August 2016), Tmine35 (16th December 2016), URG86-collector (14th August 2016), Yodamaster (14th August 2016)

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    Fantastic build, well done!
    I have the same kit in my stash...must get around to building it sometime!
    i do have an original magazine for the full size gun as part of my collection....all I need now is the rest of the gun to make it complete!

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    Darren (14th August 2016)

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    That would be an impressive gun to have in a collection for sure, the magazine must be a fair size!

    If you ever get around to building your model i would love to see your completed build. Always interesting to see how different people decide to paint/weather the same model.

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    Absolutely great !!
    Even the magazines for the Flak do apear authentically 'used'.

    Best regards.

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    Darren (14th August 2016)

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    I am afraid Darren that my modelling skills would not match your own! I used to build models mainly aircraft when I was a lad and came back to it in my twenties, this time painting them played a bigger part! Fell away again and am now looking at making some sort of return to it again. As I say I have amassed a few over the years and they shall get built one day.....I hope!
    As for the magazine, yeah, it is heavy! And that's empty too....twenty rounds of 20 mm x 139B wouldn't help.

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    Excellent,the weathering/wear marks are great,I only wish my model making skills came close to yours,well done,
    Regards,
    Don,

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    Wow, I wish I had your level of skill to build this.

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    Darren (16th December 2016)

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    Great model!
    I just think, the gun sight is of the the Schwebekreisvisier type, and so the inner circle with the reticle should be placed horizontally, it also lacks the pendulum on the right hand side.

 

 

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