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Emhar Mk IV measurements

November 15 2004 at 1:31 AM
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Response to Emhar Mark IV Female - "...effectively useless"?

Hiya

I never really understood why Dick Harley disliked 1/35th so much and I couldn't help thinking that this detracted from the much mor etelling criticism in his review in Tankette.

Landships has a piece from me giving a set of comparative measurements of the Emhar Mk IV, which I feel demonstrate taht it is out of shape in most major componenets.

This being so, criticism of its detail appears to miss a point. My own view is that I couldn't use either their 1/35th Mk Iv or that in 1/72 as they are fundamentally innacurate.

This said, if you want a 1/35th Mk IV and don't want to convert back from the MK V that is available, use this one and accept that what you've got only looks rather like a Mk IV rather than actually represents one.

Mike Cooper

 
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