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Recently finished M10 with a excuse for a small diorama. 20th Anti-Tank Regiment M10 ,with men from 3rd Inf Division near Sword beach on the 6th of June 1944.








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Somerset uk

Oooh very nice. Did the crew come with the kit. Always find the crews in the plastic kits very hit or miss. Sometimes the crew for my germans have been massive or tiny almost hobbit size.
On a side note where did you get the train tracks from, they look a good scale.
   
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Norn Iron

Man, that's nice!

   
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UK

I changed out the crew for the Rubicon tank destroyer crew as they looked a lot better in my eyes. Saying that is a very tight fit in an M10 turret and a pain to glue in place. The track is resin 28mm off fleabay.

Rubicon figures are more in line with 1/48 size so a bit thinner than Warlords heroic size.

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