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| FlyXwire ||03 Nov 2021 5:02 a.m. PST|
This prompted me to take a look at all the Soviet vehicles shown via the link provided – and some very nice sculpts there.
|Desert Fox||03 Nov 2021 4:10 p.m. PST|
I also surveyed their line of 15mm WWII AFVs, and I must say, I am very impressed with how sharp the details are! Anyone carry these on the US side of the pond?
| jsmcc91 ||04 Nov 2021 5:12 a.m. PST|
In the States, Old Glory 25s casts the Command Decision range on this side of the pond.
|BeneathALeadMountain||04 Nov 2021 6:49 a.m. PST|
I bought some Skytrex just before they were taken over by Warlord. I was hesitant as my previous Ďall metal vehicle' purchases (from another 15mm manufacturer – QRF) were of such bad quality I couldn't save the and threw them away (something I rarely if ever do). This made me very hesitant to try Skytrex's line and I wish it hadn't been.
The Skytrex vehicles are excellent however, well cast, neat little models that fill in some important gaps in many other ranges. I will be buying more and recommend them to any who are interested.