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Looks sick

That Blackhawk looking sick!

Beautiful Tomcat

just finished building the set and it is really detailed, this is my favorite aircraft and i couldnt find this model in bricks anywhere else

Great Set

building this set was a great experience, no missing pieces and fast delivery

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Gunship US Air Force 1713 Pieces
Sid Grant (Pasco, US)
Gunship US Air Force

Received it shortly after purchase and was as expected. Purchased several models together and enjoying assembly! Will
Purchase again in the future

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Gunship US Air Force 1713 Pieces
Darlyne Lagoutte (Red Deer, CA)
Great build

No missing pieces, easy to follow instructions, challenging enough to be enjoyable

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TU-2 Tupolev WW2 Bomber 311 Pieces & 1 Pilot
Catherine Lawson (Picayune, US)
Tupelov Bomber

Your kits don't come even close to the quality of COBI kits. They look unfinished when completed. The packaging is poor and there is no information or specs. on the aircraft. Never again will I purchase your products.

Heavy gustav rail gun

I got this set for a birthday present from my wife. Started the build and found out I'm missing pieces. Sent a email and asked for the missing pieces. Have not heard back or received the missing parts yet. Still not built to completion. All I've got done is the rail cars that the gun rides on.

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Brick Tanks - History

Posted by Nacho L on

Brick tanks are one of the most popular items of our store. Below, we will highlight the history of some of our main brick tanks: M1A2, Panzer and Tiger I.   M1A2 Brick Tank The M1 Abrams is a third-generation American main battle tank designed by Chrysler Defense (now General Dynamics Land Systems). Conceived for modern armored ground warfare and now one of the heaviest tanks in service at nearly 68 short tons (almost 62 metric tons), it introduced several innovative features, including a multifuel turbine engine, sophisticated Chobham composite armor, a computer fire control system, separate ammunition storage in a blow-out compartment, and...

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