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Monday, November 16, 2015 - 08:59 AM GMT+7
By KITMAKER NETWORK
Where we show you the new items from Takom, Rye Field Model, Italeri, Hasegawa, and Academy that we recently received in the mail. And two new books as well. Remember you can request items for review via the 'Available Samples' links on the homepage reviews area on most of our sites!


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Thanks, Jim, for the Mail Call videos. They are pretty informative and entertaining, but "are you on drugs?!" Kidding... But you did say something that got my attention. "Takom, no!" You asked Takom to stop making so many variations of their WW1 tanks. Really? Are we really on overload for WW1 tanks? It's great that a few companies are finally putting out some nice stuff in WW1. Let them go nuts! We've been inundated with WW2 and modern stuff for as long as I can remember. WW1 is by far in the minority. I think we can stand a few more variations. After all, tanks were a new thing back then. There weren't really that many varieties. Takom, Meng, etc. will run out of subjects soon enough. For now, I'm enjoying the kits! Thanks, George
NOV 16, 2015 - 07:44 PM
Hi George, Fair point. There has been a rather large void in WWI tanks and vehicles until recently. And Takom have done a number of different kits and time periods as well. I certainly applaud them for doing the Chieftains. Cheers, Jim
NOV 16, 2015 - 07:53 PM
I want that Mirage!!!
NOV 17, 2015 - 05:25 AM
I think you should send a few of those Tiger track links to all the Contributors at Armorama, so they can build them as a virtual "knitting circle"! My hat's off to anyone willing to build them for the site. Of course this may be the first-ever sample that has to come with a voucher for therapy sessions...
NOV 17, 2015 - 09:06 AM
Cheeky devil. Awaiting my mail call with much anticipation!!
NOV 19, 2015 - 08:05 AM
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