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Thanks Al...

October 15 2011 at 4:53 PM
Kip Rudge  (Login kiprudge)


Response to A Response.........

I appreciate your candor on the response to Dragon's latest announcement.

However, I think your list of factors that should go into picking products misses the only point that really matters - will it make money.

Everything you list is nice, but it don't feed the kitty. It has to sell to insure that we get more kits of every nature. When you think about the depths of what Dragon has production data for and some of the styrene gaps in the 1/72 scale roster, this scale may be on the cusp of something as nice as what has happened in 1/35th.

Dragon is the one major manufacturer that has time and again proven it listens to the market. I say show some patience and it may very well be rewarded.

Now I await the Dragon 1/72 Landwasserschlepper and a whole slew of Panzer IIIs.


 
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