15mm WWII Miniature Alternatives

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Re: 15mm WWII Miniature Alternatives

Unread post by RichtervonManthofen » Thu May 22, 2014 11:39 am

I love the PSoC sprues - but I think this is the first time that you need more than a pack of five to build all possible versions ;)

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Re: 15mm WWII Miniature Alternatives

Unread post by Locozugmeister » Wed Sep 03, 2014 7:41 pm

:bowty: Plastic Soldier Co. has a few sneak peaks on their Facebook site. Look'in like some nice stuff coming.
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Re: 15mm WWII Miniature Alternatives

Unread post by dano903 » Thu Sep 04, 2014 4:36 am

that does look great! thanks for the post!

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Re: 15mm WWII Miniature Alternatives

Unread post by pfclt » Sat Sep 06, 2014 4:39 am

Marders are #1 on my list - really like the look there! Can't wait till they release them!

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Re: 15mm WWII Miniature Alternatives

Unread post by Locozugmeister » Sun Sep 07, 2014 6:18 pm

:bowty: Another sneak peak from PSCo. of the new Panzer 38(t)/Marder kit forth coming.
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Re: 15mm WWII Miniature Alternatives

Unread post by Locozugmeister » Sat Sep 13, 2014 4:43 pm

:bowty: Update on PSCo. future 15mm models:


Updated 28th August 2014

Forthcoming Releases
•15mm Panzer 38T and Marders
•15mm 6 pdr ant i tank gun and Loyd carrier
•15mm Late War British Heavy Weapons
•15mm German stowage and accessories
•15mm Early War German Infantry Heavy Weapons
•15mm German medium trucks

In the Pipeline:

•15mm British A9 and A10 Cruiser tanks
•15mm KV 1/2/S/85
•15mm German panzergrenadiers
•15mm Stuart M3
•15mm SU76
•15mm Russian 122mm howitzer
•15mm Pak 40 with Raupenschlepper Ost
•15mm Universal Carriers
•15mm 250 Halftrack
•15mm 6 pdr with Lloyd carrier tow
•15mm 17 pdr with M5 Halftrack tow
•15mm 88mm and tractor
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Re: 15mm WWII Miniature Alternatives

Unread post by foxmarine2123 » Mon Sep 22, 2014 5:58 pm

I use a lot of "Peter Pig" miniatures, they are good quality and some very good detail in pewter. :t34: :t34: :tiger:
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Re: 15mm WWII Miniature Alternatives

Unread post by Locozugmeister » Tue Sep 23, 2014 6:04 am

foxmarine2123 wrote:I use a lot of "Peter Pig" miniatures, they are good quality and some very good detail in pewter. :t34: :t34: :tiger:
I have a few of the "Peter Pig" models in my AAM Collection and yes they are some good castings. Here's a couple I realy like.
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Re: 15mm WWII Miniature Alternatives

Unread post by FieldMarshall Ober » Mon Sep 29, 2014 1:17 pm

foxmarine2123 wrote:I use a lot of "Peter Pig" miniatures, they are good quality and some very good detail in pewter. :t34: :t34: :tiger:
Peter Pig makes awesome miniatures but they are Tin and not pewter so wash them well before painting and use a high quality primer and you won't get chipping on the corners due to wear.

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Re: 15mm WWII Miniature Alternatives

Unread post by Locozugmeister » Sun Oct 19, 2014 7:15 pm

:bowty: Here's some pix of the new 1/100 scale Minairon 20mm Flakpanzer I Ausf. A. This is a milti-media kit with plastic, resin and, metal. I've added a few details left over from some PSCo. kits to doctor it up a bit.
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