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Blair
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Post by Blair » Mon Dec 06, 2004 10:48 am

Tanks are the best. :D show more tanks :D

I'm guessin he's either a brit or a canuck 8) - most likely a brit though.


..canada rules!.. :D

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GROGnads
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He's from "boogerland"-not "Flappy-head-ville

Post by GROGnads » Mon Dec 06, 2004 3:34 pm

Blair wrote:Tanks are the best. :D show more tanks :D

I'm guessin he's either a brit or a canuck 8) - most likely a brit though.


..canada rules!.. :D
Hey Blair, the 'L-beau-one' hails from "Kali-4-knee-ah" and the land of the 'Arnold-vator' oh yeah, and..."BLAME Canada, Blame Canada..." :P
"You had to 'GO'!?! Now we ALL have to 'GO'!" BIG Joe-"Kelly's Heroes"-the MOVIE

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Post by elbowmaster » Mon Dec 06, 2004 5:20 pm

yep, he is from one of the only "french" ww2 1/72 scale you can buy...these are even after d-day units as indicated at the plastic toy soldier review...

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Post by elbowmaster » Tue Dec 07, 2004 10:19 am

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Post by Blair » Tue Dec 07, 2004 3:00 pm

nice, but the ships look like they don't have the same amount of detail as other units..

And about the previous soldier holding a thompson and wearing a blue beret.
is he french? canadian? or british? He looks british to me, and I didn't know french soldiers used thompsons during ww2.

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Post by elbowmaster » Tue Dec 07, 2004 3:33 pm

Blair wrote:nice, but the ships look like they don't have the same amount of detail as other units..

And about the previous soldier holding a thompson and wearing a blue beret.
is he french? canadian? or british? He looks british to me, and I didn't know french soldiers used thompsons during ww2.
those are the japanese trannys (better than the generic original) and the uk (allied) subs you get with AH versions...

thats a french beret...its a post d-day set...so unlike how they armed the usa in ww1, at least they were given something good to use...

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Post by elbowmaster » Wed Dec 08, 2004 10:21 am

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Post by Blair » Wed Dec 08, 2004 11:15 am

i just love tanks :D Sweet pictures
and by ships I meant the little red ones in the front. Kinda look like tugboats from that old skool mickey mouse cartoon in 1914 or somethin.

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