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Re: The Miniart kit.....

June 26 2012 at 9:20 AM
Chris Meddings  (Login ChrisDM)
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Response to The Miniart kit.....

I'm not disputing that its a good kit Stevie, just that in my opinion, the AFV Club kit is the better of the two kits.

Saying one kit is better than another is not saying the other kit is therefore rubbish; just that out of two kits one is good and the other is better

I too am an 'old-school' modeller. in fact I have just put down some white styrene, a steel rule and a p cutter to type this; but what kind of modeller I am is irrelevant. For the the AFV kit pips the miniart kit. As I build british armour almost exclusively I will be building more valentines in the future. I chose the AFV kit to do that, but others may chose the miniart kit; the choice is no reflection on the modeller. Ans yes I do know how lucky we are to get so many new kits in british subjects; and that rarest of things the Panzies have had for ages; choice of kit too

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  1. Thanks to all - Owen R Auer on Jun 26, 2012, 11:09 AM
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