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Juan Kerr04 Aug 2007 11:54 a.m. PST

Does anyone make one of these in 15mm?

Thanks in advance

Mugs

aecurtis Fezian04 Aug 2007 12:13 p.m. PST

Battlefront includes one in one of their German sets:

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Quality Castings (19th Century Miniatures/Old Glory 15s/ etc.) sells them separately. both in conventional and airborne conficgurations:

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The QC models are gems and much closer to scale; the BF models are more rugged, to survive handling. You pays your money and you takes your choice.

If you're doing fallschirmjaeger (or variant misspellings if one is playing… well, you know…), then Old Glory/Command Decision/Skytrex include the airborne version in their CDGI-13 set:

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Allen

Juan Kerr04 Aug 2007 12:47 p.m. PST

Thankyou muchly Allen,

Whank else is in that CDGI 13 set for heavy weapons, do you have any idea?

Ta

aecurtis Fezian04 Aug 2007 1:12 p.m. PST

They're 8.8cm Raketenwerfer 43 (PŁppchen) [scroll to the bottom]:

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Also (without the conioal flash hider):

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Battlefront do one in the same command pack as the s.Pz.B., and include one in their grenadier company boxed set; its tube is way too large. On the other hand, the CD model's tube is a little too skinny, and has that odd ring behind the flash hide. But it models the "sled-like" firing base very nicely.

Allen

aecurtis Fezian04 Aug 2007 1:12 p.m. PST

*conical*

Allen

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