Takom 1/35 V-2 Rocket, Meillerwagen, Hanomag SS100 FULL review With full and detailed images.



Elegant packaging, very impressive graphic design with full caption of the product /manufacturer announces that the model came very close to the picture on the box
Disclaimer of quality



18 sprues

Central engine in full detail

Doors with windows

Carburetor air vents Front panel of a truck

Doors and various parts

Rear and front axle

A pair of doors and a cushion for the car seat

Staircase and doors

various parts/Vehicle parts

Vehicle parts

cushion for the car seat and A steering wheel in the cab

Vehicle parts of the cab

Top hood
Opens up+2 Springs parts+A central part of the front cab with window

2 Springs parts

Top hood
Opens up

A central part of the front cab + window

Mechanical parts of the vehicle / propulsion parts

Mechanical parts / engine parts

Mechanical parts / engine parts

Central pipe and other parts

Mechanical parts / engine parts

The base parts of the vehicle include an engine

The main motor side image

A treading floor including a step

A major part of the leading vehicle

stabilizing part of the missile wing

Parts of the vehicle in detail
Wheel washers

Wheel washers for the Tires

clear parts

transport and trailer Basic parts/Construction of the launching pad
Mechanical operation

Wheel Washers

hydraulic springs/ Wheel washers

Capacitor containers
For air or gas pressure

A hydraulic pump to lift the missile launch pad

transport and trailer Various components

One part of the frame is open
To transport the missile

rocket transport and trailer parts

rocket transport and trailer parts

A part used to build a supporting foot FOR For the missile launch facility

A range of parts belongs to the missile’s function including the missile’s balance / rotation and stability of the missile while traveling on a special transport part

One part is the missile’s suspension with a gear wheel to rotate the missile

The missile’s occupant

The stabilizer of the missile

A frame for balance / rotation of the missile

A central part of stabilizing the missile is supported in another part

Technical parts for a missile launch system
With various ingredients

A tow bar has a spring

Technical parts for a missile launch system
And carrying the missile

Technical parts for a missile launch system
And carrying the missile

Arms to balance the missile before launch

Assembly of parts
Belongs to building a platform for carrying

The wing of the missile X2

The wing of the missile

A significant part for the kit

Dual wing of the missile

The missile’s head


shot from the side


Vehicle parts and vehicle doors and carburetor Central motor


parts Assembly of
Belongs to building a platform for carrying the missile
And a launching pad

Compressed air tanks help launch the missile to its destination


PE parts

The missile itself/V-2 Rocket

side of the missile/V-2 Rocket

A stabilizing position helped smooth the missile

Two instruction booklets

Two instruction booklets




This kit, built and created, testifies to the fact that the manufacturer invested a lot of time and thought in order to build a high quality product.
The most interesting set of 2017 has indeed been many years in practice.
Quality and detail at a high level that has not been seen in this field and in this hobby for years
A product that is not complicated to assemble, a very large and intriguing kit that is built very well.
This is a new field that goes into this hobby and is interesting to many.
A long construction phase requires quite a bit of experience and lots of patience
It is highly recommended that you read all the assembly instructions beforehand.
Very high quality plastic base for good quality and clean painting
The product is not cheap but definitely gives great value for money
It is highly recommended



Academy 1/35 M1A2 V2 Tusk II – New tool-2017- Review …



**More details about his service tank in cities and major combat zones**

M1A2 SEPv2: Added Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station as standard, color displays, improved interfaces, a new operating system, improved front and side armor with ERA (TUSK kit), tank-infantry phone as standard, and an upgraded transmission for better durability

The Tank Urban Survival Kit (TUSK) is a series of improvements to the M1 Abrams intended to improve fighting ability in urban environments. Historically, urban and other close battlefields have been the worst place for tanks to fight. A tank’s front armor is much stronger than that on the sides, top, or rear. In an urban environment, attacks can come from any direction, and attackers can get close enough to reliably hit weak points in the tank’s armor or gain sufficient elevation to hit the top armor.

Armor upgrades include reactive armor on the sides of the tank and slat armor (similar to that on the Stryker) on the rear to protect against rocket-propelled grenades and other shaped charge warheads. A Transparent Armor Gun Shield and a thermal sight system are added to the loader’s top-mounted M240B 7.62 mm machine gun, and a Kongsberg Gruppen Remote Weapon Turret carrying a .50 caliber machine gun (again similar to that used on the Stryker) is in place of the tank commander’s original .50 caliber machine gun mount, wherein the commander had to expose himself to fire the weapon manually. An exterior telephone allows supporting infantry to communicate with the tank commander.

The TUSK system is a field-installable kit that allows tanks to be upgraded without needing to be recalled to a maintenance depot. While the reactive armor may not be needed in most situations, like those present in maneuver warfare, items like the rear slat armor, loader’s gun shield, infantry phone (which saw use on Marine Corps M1A1s as early as 2003), and Kongsberg Remote Weapons Station for the .50 in caliber machine gun will be added to the entire M1A2 fleet over time.

On 29 August 2006, General Dynamics Land Systems received a U.S. Army order for 505 Tank Urban Survivability Kits (TUSK) for Abrams main battle tanks supporting operations in Iraq, under a US$45 million contract. Deliveries were expected to be completed by April 2009. Under a separate order, the U.S. Army awarded General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products (GDATP) US$30 million to produce reactive armor kits to equip M1A2s. The reactive tiles for the M1 will be locally produced at GDATP’s Burlington Technology Center. Tiles will be produced at the company’s reactive armor facility in Stone County Operations, McHenry, Mississippi. On 8 December 2006, the U.S. Army added Counter Improvised Explosive Device enhancements to the M1A1 and M1A2 TUSK, awarding GDLS $11.3 million contract, part of the $59 million package mentioned above. In December, GDLS also received an order, amounting to around 40% of a US$48 million order, for loader’s thermal weapon sights being part of the TUSK system improvements for the M1A1 and M1A2 Abrams Tanks.


The structure of the tank includes the sides of the tank, a large tank, large and heavy

The sides of the tank 

Full details of the parts that really look good and quality enough to build such a significant tank

The top part of the cannon house

Basic parts / nets on the sides of the tank

Axes of Wheels / Tank Wheels / Mechanical Parts The bottom part of the tank

The sides of the tank include heavy protection

The Academy has released M1A2 V2 Tusk II, which is an improved version of the existing M1A2 Tusk. In fact, development has been a long time ago, but it is now on the market for a variety of reasons.

This product reproduces the M1A2 V2 Tusk II and has been repaired as a problem in the existing product. The main changes and the number of points are as follows.


– We have fine tuned the distance of the right road wheel which had a gap problem.

– The rope fixing hole on the side of the turret has been modified.

– Resin track tension adjusted.

– The glove arrangement on the side of the turret has been changed to the new type.

– The turret side armor arrangement has been changed to add new parts to fix the glove (newest of the existing M1A2 kits).

– The etching configuration has changed slightly.

– The decal has been configured to make two choices.

– The track has been combined with two belt-type and linkage.

decals/PE parts

It’s really special


Detailed assembly booklet 



All parts here are of high quality
A very detailed and invested kit, a very high quality and durable product box
An excellent plastic base for painting shows the color really and not the effect created in this place
A very serious manufacturer who looks for high quality products and invests in a hobby that many like.
A detailed and easy to understand construction guide, a model of a tank that receives respect and admiration and deserves it
It is not a perfect product but definitely enough for the goods, and gives good value for money
recommended TO BUY AND TRY IT ….


Today we have chance to consider new figures from Miniart – 1/35 Finnish tank . As you can guess from the name and the boxer, the box hides five figures that will be useful in a diorama. Moreover, you can easily assemble them without a tank, and they will still be interesting to look. The packaging here is typical, all the frames are packed in one package. In all, there are 50 parts inside. Let’s open everything and look closer

Set includes 5 unassembled and unpainted figures.

High quality parts especially in the smallest details
The pieces of the kite are arranged in a neat, orderly way in one medium-sized kit
Elegant and high quality packaging
Detail at a reasonable level and not everything is visible
Accuracy of the kit at a reasonable level only, gray plastic requires strong colors and a good foundation for painting
The manufacturer did a good job but did not spend enough resources and planning in detail and accuracy of the kit.
It offers good value for money even though it is a cheap product
Characters with very realistic facial expressions



At the outbreak of World War II she was with the 3rd Cruiser Squadron in the Mediterranean, having arrived at Malta on 2 September 1939.

Home Fleet

Penelope and her sister ship Arethusa were reallocated to the 2nd Cruiser Squadron in the Home Fleet and arrived at Portsmouth on 11 January 1940. On 3 February she left for the River Clyde en route to Rosyth. She arrived on 7 February, and operated with the 2nd Cruiser Squadron on convoy escort duties, and in April and May 1940, she took part in the Norwegian operations.

On 11 April Penelope ran aground off Fleinvær while hunting German merchant ships entering the Vestfjord. Her boiler room was flooded and she was holed forward. The destroyer Eskimo towed her to Skjelfjord where an advanced base had been improvised. Despite air attacks, temporary repairs were made and she was towed home a month later. She arrived at Greenockin Scotland on 16 May 1940 where additional temporary repairs were carried out, before proceeding on 19 August to the Tynefor permanent repairs.

After repairs and trials were completed in August 1941, Penelope reappeared as ‘a new ship from the water line down’. She returned to the 2nd Cruiser Squadron at Scapa Flow on 17 August 1941. On 9 September she left Greenock escorting the battleship Duke of York to Rosyth. Later that month she was employed in patrolling the Iceland – Faroes passage to intercept enemy surface ships.

On 6 October 1941 Penelope left Hvalfjord, Iceland, with another battleship, King George V, escorting the aircraft carrierVictorious for the successful Operation “E.J.”, an air attack on enemy shipping between Glom Fjord and the head of West Fjord, Norway. The force returned to Scapa Flow on 10 October 1941.

Force K

Penelope and her sister Aurora were then assigned to form the core of Force K based at Malta, and departed Scapa on 12 October 1941, arriving in Malta on 21 October. On 8 November, both cruisers and their escorting destroyers departed Malta to intercept an Italian convoy of six destroyers and seven merchant ships sailing for Libya, which had been sighted by aircraft at 37°53’N – 16°36’E. During the ensuing Battle of the Duisburg Convoy on 9 November off Cape Spartivento, the British sank one enemy destroyer (Fulmine) and all of the merchant ships.

On 23 November, Force K again sailed from Malta to intercept another enemy convoy; next day they sank two more merchant ships west of Crete. Force K received the Prime Minister’s congratulations on their fine work. On 1 December 1941, Force K sank the Italian merchant vessel Adriatico, at 32°52’N – 2°30’E, the destroyer Alvise da Mosto, and the tanker Iridio Mantovaniat 33°45’N – 12°30’E. The First Sea Lord congratulated them on 3 December.

On 19 December, while operating off Tripoli, Penelope struck a mine but was not seriously damaged, although the cruiser Neptune and the destroyer HMS Kandahar were sunk by mines in the same action. Penelope was sent into the dockyard for repairs and returned to service at the beginning of January 1942. On 5 January, she left Malta with Force K, escorting the Special Service Vessel Glengyle to Alexandria (Operation ‘ME9’), returning on 27 January, escorting the supply ship Breconshire.


Content box

Instructions PAGE 1

Instructions PAGE 2

Instructions PAGE 3

Instructions PAGE 4

Instructions PAGE 5

Instructions PAGE 6

Instructions PAGE 7

Hull parts 1

Hull parts 2

Hull parts 3

The hull

Hull parts 4

Hull parts 5

PE parts


The kit is rich in very high quality and detailed parts
The accuracy here is very high
Very good product and here you get money for money Although there is a lot of work here is still interesting and intriguing kit.
A lot of thought and resources have been invested here so you can enjoy this product
Definitely worth a purchase

MINI Review – Academy 13506 1/35 USSR KV-2 Heavy TANK .


The Academy has repackaged ZVZ’s 1/35 scale KV-2 and released it




When you open the box, Made in Russia looks sharp runners. Usually only this part is imported and additional parts are added and repackaged.

Content box WITH KIT PARTS

The decal contains what was printed at the academy. It is very simple.

 Contains tow cable made of nylon. 

 This product is divided into parts related to the body and parts related to the turret. 

 I have already assembled this kit, but the modeler reported that the body was very bent, but the products I received were good. 

 You can see the load wheel arm, the idler wheel, and the spokes wheel. The fender support also shows the limit of injection. 


 Tracks are semi-connected. 

 The turret consists of two runners. It is a structure that does not write slides but divides into planes. 

I can reproduce the simple part of the formula

tamiya 1/72 Warbird Collection No.79 Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter (Zeke) Item No 60779-Full review

【 A Little Japanese Gem 】 The Mitsubishi A6M Zero was the Japanese Navy’s mainstay fighter throughout WWII. The A6M5 (Model 52) variant followed the A6M3 (Model 22) and was developed to counter the ever more powerful American fighters. This variant featured an exhaust system which provided a small amount of thrust and rounded wingtips which improved dive and roll performance as well as maximum speed. It was first introduced in the autumn of 1943 and went on to serve valiantly until the end of the war.

【 About the Model 】 ★Length: 126mm, Wingspan:153mm ★Distinctive features of the A6M5, including the refined engine cowling, exhaust system, and short wingspan with rounded wingtips, are accurate reproduced. ★Detailed cockpit and landing gear wells. ★Parts to depict open and closed canopies included. ★Also comes with parts for 330-liter drop tank as well as 3 marking options.

Markingy OP 2

Markingy OP 1

Content box/FULL BOX

A distributed assembly booklet
With easy assembly instructions and easy to understand

 assembly instructions Page 2

A distributed assembly booklet
With easy assembly instructions and easy to understand

 assembly instructions Page 2-3

 assembly instructions Page 8-9




Product Quality Test

Product Quality Test



In the picture here you see very high quality parts

In the picture 3 you see very high quality parts

In the picture 2 you see very high quality parts

Landing gear wells feature realistic depth.

Cockpit consists of nearly 20 individual parts, but is also engineered for easy assembly.

Highly detailed Sakae engine



Freedom model kits (18007) -1/48 F-CK-1C Country (IDF) Single-seat Fighter (Special Edition)-FULL Review



KIT BOX side 3

KIT BOX side 2

KIT side 1

KIT BOX side 4

Content box / FULL BOX OF THE KIT OPEN EASY – BIG KIT AND YOU CAN USE THE BOX FOR Verification of important parts in case of loss or lack of parts of the product or full impression of the product


Product assembly instructions page number 1

Product assembly instructions page number 2-3

Product assembly instructions page number 4-5

Product assembly instructions page number 6-7

Product assembly instructions page number 8-9

Product assembly instructions page number 10-11

Product assembly instructions page number 12-13 

Product assembly instructions page number 14-15

Product assembly instructions page number 16-17

Product assembly instructions page number 18-19 

Product assembly instructions page number 20/ Markingy





PE parts

PE parts

PE parts




It seems that this product is very high quality and not suitable for everyone
The product details are of a high standard but not everything is perfect here
  There is precision here not at a high level but more basic
The plastic is not high quality in the big parts of the plane
In-body fuselage mainly
The manufacturer is not recognized because it is his new product
Let us hope that this product is worth the money if it is
My personal opinion
Worth buying and trying the product
Good luck to the lovers of this great hobby







FULL Assembly instruction manual




Marking Options





Content box / KIT PARTS


In conclusion, you can see that the parts of the product are of high quality
It is only a model that we must build and enjoy
The product is well worth the value for money and it is a very important advantage to know and appreciate a good product that we buy
Assembly instructions are very easy and easy to understand and everything is detailed in a simple and easy way
There are a lot of parts and you have to remember the way you build the tank so as not to mistake or waste precious glue or colors are needed, a very product is invested and with time came out new versions or improvements to Kit, there is a full construction log on the manufacturer’s site. you can see and Learn good tips. have fun

FULL Review OF RUSSIAN 9P113 TEL w/9M21 rocket OF 9K52 Luna-M short-range artillery rocket system(FROG-7) – trumpeter 01025



Frog-7 tactical rocket , officially code-named 9K52 “Moon-M” (Луна-M), is the Soviet Union made short-range tactical rocket system. “Moon-M” has no guidance system , relying on the spin of the missile to maintain stability. 9K52 is the Soviet Union Department of Defense Missile and Artillery General Administration of the design code, its NATO code is “frog -7”. The name “frog” comes from the “Free-Rocket-Over-Ground” in the NATO classification, and the “Frog-7” rocket is mounted on a 9P113 wheeled three-way launcher. The car is converted from ZIL-135 8×8 military truck . The three vehicles are equipped with a large hydraulic crane for loading rockets from the 9T29 ammunition truck (also modified by ZIL-135) . The maximum range of the Frog-7 and Type A and Type B is 70 km and the Circle Deviation (CEP) is 500 m-700 m. This road powered tactical rocket has a 550kg warhead that can carry conventional high warheads, nuclear warheads and chemical warheads. “Frog – 7” first service in 1965, was widely deployed in the Soviet Union and a large number of exports, many countries have “frog -7” rocket.

After the Iraq war , Iraq on the inventory of the “frog -7” rocket was improved, the range increased to 90km, dress up the bullet warhead. This rocket is called “Leith-90” (Laith-90).

> Detailed cab.
> Full drive train assembly complete with engine transmission, differential housing and suspension units.
> The main tires are hollow rubber with very good tread pattern
> The windshield and side windows are made of clear prts.




^^^On the box is a picture that illustrates the frog ^^^

instruction manual IN TOO



Content box




Etching parts

Etching parts