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An Objective marker for Bolt Action (or FiveCore.) An Imperial Japanese Army tuk-tuk. I'm not sure how historical it is, but Japan was exporting them in the 1930s and had a habit of using local civilian vehicles painted in IJA colors... so it *might* have been a thing. Once. In Manchuria.

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I didn't realize you could put Japanese Tanks as objective markers


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 SirStudent wrote:
I didn't realize you could put Japanese Tanks as objective markers


The thing is, you *can,* but they are kind of flimsy. So I wanted a bit of a sturdier vehicle.
   
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Coyotepunc wrote:
 SirStudent wrote:
I didn't realize you could put Japanese Tanks as objective markers


The thing is, you *can,* but they are kind of flimsy. So I wanted a bit of a sturdier vehicle.

Then surely a paper bag would suffice?

Jokes aside, that is a nice bot of work there, well done.

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 master of ordinance wrote:

Then surely a paper bag would suffice?

Jokes aside, that is a nice bot of work there, well done.


A part of my scenery is a bombed-out paper bag factory, so those are sadly unavailable. My officer did request paper bags from High Command, but was disappointed when they could only send more tanks.

Thank you!

(I don't really have a bombed-out paper bag factory as scenery, but it was too funny to pass up. Perhaps I can make a half-burnt sign reading "Paper Bag Factory" in Chinese. Thank you for the idea )
   
 
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