World War Two Thread

Discussion in 'Miniatures and Scale Models' started by HOLDEN8702, Aug 4, 2014.

  1. gunoise
    gunoise Member
    Does anyone build (or want to build) Soviet WW II era T-70 light tanks?
     
  2. imagineimage
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    Plastic Soldier Company in England already makes these in 1/72 and they are fast build.
     
  3. Anyuta3D
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  5. Freakazoitt
    Freakazoitt Well-Known Member
    1/35 scale WW2 1944-1945 Soviet Red Army riflemen weapons
    Set:
    10 M1944 carbines (shortened Mosin 1891)
    3 PPSh-41 drum smg
    4 PPSh-41 magazine smg
    4 PPS-43 smg
    2 DPM machine guns
    2 TT pistol

    http://shpws.me/RBbB

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  6. Giorgio_Montagner
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  7. Rikk
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    https://www.shapeways.com/shops/forpostd6philial

    WWII equipment:
    tanks Soviet : T-38, T-40, T-60
    armour cars Soviet: BA-10, BA-20
    Soviet APC "BTR-40"
    Maser Pistol as German Mauser Pistol
    P38 Lightning britain flyer
    Soviet "Pistolet Pulyemet Shpagin 1941" PPSh41
    submashine gun PPSh41
    Mashine gun Soviet "Degtyarev Tankoviy1927" DT-27 (mashine gun 7.62mm on tanks/apc/cars)
    Britain smg as Bren
    Hand Grenades

    Sniper rifle as Mauser Rifle98k
    down-rings may cut-out

    Britain Revolver and american Detective Special 1927 Revolver(revolver sub-nose)
    american M1 Carbine 30cal
    scale as 28mm format models
    tanks and mashines scale 1:100
    scale may be changed, ask message about this, send message "change scale"


    Its may be:
    as city-wars
    urban
    civilian(grenade pistol revolvers knife)
    FallOut/WasteLands(weapon, cars,mashines)
    cyber-punk robots cyborgs
    Warhammer40k Imperium Guard(grenades shotgun knifes)
    random enemy soldier/mobster/NPC/civilian
     
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  8. Anyuta3D
    Anyuta3D Well-Known Member
    WWI era Clerget 9B 130Hp aircraft engine miniature

    The Clerget 9B was a nine-cylinder air-cooled rotary aircraft engine of the World War I era designed by Pierre Clerget, with a total displacement of about 994.08 cubic inches (16.29 L) and around 130 horsepower (96.94 kW). Manufactured in both France and Great Britain (Gwynnes Limited), it was used on such aircraft as the WWI-era Sopwith Camel biplane. The Clerget 9Bf was an increased stroke version. The miniature is available at 1/15 scale, at 1/16 scale and 1/18 scale sizes.

    Also, more parts & accessories are available for scale modelers interested to build a high-detailed WWI-era Sopwith Camel biplane miniature. For example, the wire wheels or the mounting plate for Clerget 9B engine. Feel free to bookmark & follow our products catalog and stay tuned for all our future releases. For additional info & directions, feel free to contact with us.

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    Anyuta 3D

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  9. Anyuta3D
    Anyuta3D Well-Known Member
    WWI era Gnome 7 Omega aircraft engine miniature

    The Gnome 7 Omega was a French seven-cylinder air-cooled rotary engine, designed by Laurent and Louis Seguin and made by the Societe Des Moteurs Gnome & Rhone in Paris and others under licence. It was shown at the Paris Aero Salon held in December 1908 and was first flown in 1909. It was one of the earliest commercially successful aero engines and was used by many early aircrafts. It produced 50 horsepower (37 kW) from its capacity of 8 litres (488 cubic inches). The miniature is available at 1/15 scale, at 1/16 scale, at 1/18 scale, at 1/24 scale and 1/32 scale sizes.

    Feel free to bookmark & follow our products catalog and stay tuned for all our future releases. For additional info & directions, feel free to contact with us.

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    Anyuta 3D

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