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I must say, initially I was disappointed to see that there was only one new release from Voyager this month, however, when I saw the size of this PE set, I knew why...
Normally I do not like writing a news article without conclusive evidence, and preferably some reference to the kit on the manufacturer's website. Acting on a "tip off" from a very reliable source I set off in search of the mystical new Trumpeter range of kits. The only reference I had to work off was a suprising short thread on Missing-lynx. Eventually I found pictures of the elusive new 1/48 "Project Sherman" in my very own backyard.
1/72 scale specialists ACE Model have just announced the latest addition to their stable...
Armorscale have sent us info about their new releases and products to be released soon.
It's been a while since we heard from Czech manufacturer Calibre 35... Or is that Calibre 48? Or perhaps even Calibre 72?
As you may have guessed, Calibre 35 has extended their range of products to 1/48 and 1/72, titled Calibre 48 and Calibre 72 respectively.
No matter how much PE you throw in the box, there will always be someone to release an additional PE set. In this case the former being DML, and the latter once again Polish company Part.
Concord Publications have just released their latest editions in the Armor At War and ASSAULT: Journal of Armored & Heliborne Warfare Series.
It has been two months since the last fantastic set of new releases from Spanish company MIG Productions. Once again MIG has succeeded in producing some very interesting releases, and once again they need to be summed up in two seperate news reports. This time, however, not between armour and figures... but rather naval (Warships) and everything else!
July 2005 sees the release of the much awaited Tamiya Leclerc...
ACE Model recently announced yet another 1/72 release...
Once again, Archer Fine Transfers have produced a long list of new releases in both 1/35th and a cross-scale range of transfers...


Somewhat overshadowed by the recent plethora of 3-in-1 kits, Dragon has announce the release of a new updated and perfected Henschel Jagdtiger that will be "a leader amongst kits".
Armorscale - new company from Poland, dynamically expand their range of products.
It has been a while since we heard anything from Allied model specialists Resicast. Resicast have been hard at work producing 3 more conversion sets for Tamiya's Universal Carrier (including the 2 pre-release announcements by Jim Rae in October 2004), as well as an exciting new series, with the intention of lifting the burden on modellers' wallets.
About six years ago ROYAL MODEL was established, with production limited to only basic 1/35 scale products and diorama accessories. Since then ROYAL MODEL has grown, expanding their range with new products such as the resin accessories and photogravure to super detail 1/35 and 120mm tanks, arms, equipment and figurines. Most recently they have added AM products for super detailing 1/72 kits!
Accurate Armour have just confirmed these new armour releases. It really is a very nice mixed bag of goodies. What is interesting is that they have released wheel sets for the Marquette Archer - the Archer kit that is allegedly an Accurate Armour knock-off...
A few months ago, I discovered this (relatively) new Brazilian Company. I was very impressed with their small, but ery interesting range of 1/35th scale truck kits and conversions. Now Panzer Resin Models have announced their latest release....
Perfect Scale were until now known only from one 1/35 product - excellent engine set for Tamiya Leopard 2 model (link to review). Now they introduced another product in this scale, and it is a full kit this time.
Dragon Models Limited have finally given the release date AND details othe features in both kits.

The release date is given (officially) as July 2005...
Simply not enough work is done (on my part) to cover what is coming out in 1/72nd scale, to retify this and to 'mollify' the many braille-scalers out there, I have decided to do a 'Compilation' story looking at the recent releases from various manufacturers...
Good as they are, DML's SdKfz 251 series, in several areas, do need a touch of improvement. In some areas of the kit the (inevitable) thickness of the plastic really cries out for improvement. These new releases from the Polish company Part, should be of interest to anyone who takes their 251s seriously...
It's been a long time in the catalogues and the news forums, but now it appars there is some movement... Trumpeter has now let us see inside the box....
For those of you unaware of the existence of this company, let me just give a brief summary... HardCorps Models are one of those vitally useful 'niche' companies. In other words, they produce a range of products within a common theme. In the case of HardCorps, updates, conversion sets and decals for the U.S.M.C. in a variety of theaters...
Thanks to a link provided by David Maynard (DRADER), I have been able to get my hands on some of the Test-Shots of Trumpeter's forthcoming KV-2...
This is not the first story that I have run on the products of the Russian company, Miniarm. Previously, the stories have been about the availability of their products via ModelPoint U.S. who have been importing this highly attractive range....
The Ukrainian company ACE Model have just announced yet another new, 1/72nd scale release...
The products of he Chinese manucfaturer, Voyager Model are featuring more and more in the review section of Armorama. Understandably, as few companies are producing such a diverse range of products...
A month or two ago, I wrote a news story by way of introduction, to the Polish company Armorscale. Now I am able to bring news of their latest and future releases - again in 1/35th scale..
Due to work commitments, I will not be present for the month of July. Therefore, I have decided, to leave the news of the Osprey future releases published here. In the first instance, I have to acknowledge that all the 'Spade-work' for this story, was done by Rudi Richardson (TAROK) - for this I thank him for his help...
A few weeks ago, when Dragon Models announced their new '3 -in 1' kits of the PzIV series, there was a considerable reaction in the modelling world....
A week or two ago, P.M.M.S. published a review of two products frm the Australian company, WW2 Productions. The subject of the review were two different products - a track set and a sprocket set for the KV Series of Soviet AFVs. Somewhat intrigued by these products, I mailed WW2 Productions and yesterday, I got a complete list of their products and ordering details which orms the basis of this news story...
The U.S. company, Formations Models seem to have an endless appetite for improving and updating every possible aspect of 1/35th scale Shermans - these new releases continue the trend...
The HMMVV is rapidly becoming one of the most photographed and modelled subjects in history. The continuing conflict in Iraq has served to heighten interest in this vehicle even further...
The Czech-Republic based company PlusModel have featured in these news pages a number of times, however, it is a few months since they released any new products. Now is the time for an update....
Dragon have revealed a lot of new information about their two armor model and a figure set 1/35 scale releases and also announced one new 1/72 scale model.
The Ukrainian manufacturer, ACE Modelshas just announced yet another new 1/72 scale release...
A few weeks ago, we published the news that the Spanish company Nimix was producing a series of 1/48th scale German tank crew....
It's been a month or two, since the Korean company Legend Productions announced any new releases - happily they are back with two attractive 1/35th Armor conversion/update sets...
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NEWS RELEASE MAY 2005

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We are pleased to announce SQUAD48, a new range of 1/48th scale military figure/accessories kits.....
There are a number of the 'After-market' companies who never fail to bring out interesting products. Amongst this very select list, are Tiger Model Designs who with these new releases have announced some interesting developments....
One of the continuing 'success' stories in the last year or so, has been the decals produced by Echelon Fine Details. Covering everything from Spanish Armored Divisions to vehicles in O.I.F., this company has been producing some of the most attractive decal sheets in the market. The latest sheets continue this trend with two new sheets, covering the Tiger I in 1/35th scale....
Once again, this is one of the most pleasant 'perks' of being News Editor - being able to present a new company with some very exciting products... The new company is Armorscale - yet another of those Polish companies which are now having such a positive effect on the AM (Aftermarket) part of the hobby....
Yet more surprises from that most interesting Japanese company - Tristar
Every year in the Dragon Catalogue, there are a number of 'secret items' we can now reveal what they are....
Although previously announced here and on other sites, we are now able to bring some good images of the imminent release of AFV Club's Flak 18...
Trakz has released two WWII US Armor conversion sets. The first is the 75mm M3 Half-track conversion set (TX 0116). This set comes with a detailed instruction sheet for the many (many!) resin parts included. It also has a brass photo-etch piece for the gun shield.
It's been a month or two since the Spanish manufacturer, Mig Productions announced new releases but now, the volume of their new releases is such that it is necessary to split their new releases into two - one for figures and this, for armor releases....
Bison Decals is a company who has carved a niche for itself in the Armor Decal Market in a simple way - by being more imaginative than many of its competitors. These new sets come at exactly the right moment with the new DML & AFV Club 'Tiger Programs' well underway and modellers looking for something just a touch different....
This is going to reverberate. Several months ago, AFV Club announced a Flak 18 in 1/35th scale. Guess what?
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