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Been Around the Block




I *reckon* they’re about 28mm (or I guess 1/56) scale, so Bolt Action: Tank War? All the other games I can think of are 15mm.

   
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Leutnant





Louisville, KY, USA

What A Tanker! by Too Fat Lardies.
https://toofatlardies.co.uk/product/what-a-tanker-rules/
   
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UK

The main cobi tanks are much bigger than 1/56,more like 1/35 scale or even bigger. Cobi is bringing out its own ruleset shortly,check the cobi website to see example tank stat cards which are now being included in each model set box.

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Been Around the Block




Ooh, I didn’t realize that! This could get expensive...
   
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UK

Tell me about it. My son has been collecting and building cobi tanks for two years or more and he has over 20 tanks and various other vehicles and anti tank guns. The best place to buy them is wargaming shows where you get a very good deal if you buy 2 or 3 at a time. Pushes the price down to about £20 a tank.

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Leutnant




Somerset uk

We have a few of these in our Lego collection my boy loves them to bits, hmmm free wargames rules you say. Might have to grab some more kits in that case.
   
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MN

You could also use the rules for Tanks!

Do you like Free Wargames?
http://bloodandspectacles.blogspot.com/ 
   
 
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