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British RR Armored Car

In 1914, despite its early endeavors, armored car development in Great Britain was near to nil. The first Rolls Royce ACs were conceived almost by accident. In August 1914,...

BB-35 USS Texas

"USS Texas, a 27,000-ton New York class battleship built at Newport News, Virginia, was commissioned in March 1914. In May, she steamed to Vera Cruz to support the occupation...

AS-90 155mm SPG

"AS90 Braveheart is a 155mm self-propelled howitzer which entered service with the British Army in 1992. It is manufactured by BAE Systems Land Systems (RO Defence and formerly the...

Bismarck

Bismarck was the first of two Bismarck-class battleships built for Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine. Named after Chancellor Otto von Bismarck, the ship was laid down at the Blohm & Voss...
Pollywog To Veteran Shellback

Pollywog To Veteran Shellback

"Pollywog to Veteran Shellback" Tiger Model's 'Cute Series' F4U Corsair These little kits are great and I enjoyed this build thoroughly. The proportions are fantastic; as cartoonish as it is there's...

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How To: Budget Soundboard For Scale Models

https://youtu.be/q9ZWRWBx9is This video shows how to modify a soundboard from https://www.bigdawgsgreetings.com for use with scale models. It is a step by step guide to installing...
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Build Italeri 1/56 KV-1/2

It's a pretty simple kit that's been designed for the wargaming community I suspect. It's also perfect for people new to the hobby and...
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How To: Intro To Dioramas (Story Telling)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nbiA9yvgFA Thanks for watching! Because this is a long video I’ve added in some clickable timestamps (pinned in the comments). If there is something specific...