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POLL: Best Method for Tank Commander's MG in Microscale?


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Personal logo Dye4minis Supporting Member of TMP writes:

I (personally) don't even use them on my N scale minis....and I make the MG's for the tanks! It's just something to get broken off and lost.

If I want to do a model, I do a model. If I want a wargame tank, I leave off the MGs. "We" know they are there!

Tom Dye
GFI


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
no opinion
33
15%
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not shown
71
32%
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modeled separately
59
27%
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molded on
58
26%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Many tanks have an exterior machinegun on top of the turret, usually for use by the vehicle commander. What is the best method for representing this weapon on microscale (1/285 and 1/300) scale models?

no opinion

I have no opinion.

not shown

Ignore the machinegun - do not depict it on the model.

modeled separately

The machinegun should be provided as a separate piece, to be attached to the turret.

molded on

The machinegun should be molded on the turret (no separate piece).