Kampflieger ...is a part of BIG Kampfgruppe Corporation?...
looks reasonable enough I guess. Just wonder why we need another mob releasing make believe stuff when there are so many real subjects to be covered....sigh.
No nothing to do wtih me.its Romans set-up from Uklraine.
hey, LUFT'46 and WHIFs are both really popular subjects! There is room for everyone!!!
BD99 I agree with the other guy. There are so many other "real" airframes to produce, for a start we need Sweet to finish thier range of Zeros. We still have some holes in that range!Tiger41
I envy you aircraft enthsiasts. So may subjects to choose from. You are becoming spoiled while we AFV collectors are starved for new releases. Even some widely used tanks during ww2 are not available let alone some prototypes or experimental models. Pah!
I do wonder sometimes if I shoudl renamne the blog "Flight:144" but now everyone knows the current name its would just be too much trouble!? I too would like to see some more interesting AFV and related items!
Well, although a lack of AFVs is an issue and a lack of certain common aircraft as well it doesn't mean that there isn't room for a well done line of Luft'46.If Roman was to start making a readily available selection of these planes I think he will have a ready market despite the few allready out there by Anigrand and some of the Japanese makers as they are so hard to get.
Anytime a Luft46 is released from Europe/Australia/US, I'm a happy guy. These are often attainable at normal sane human prices. Anigrand is the only exception to the rule, because you can actually order a kit for a reasonable price. The fact that you get 4-5 kits in a box makes up for the high price. I just get sickened whenever I see something really cool on ebay, which you can easily pick up in Japan for a few hundred yen. It soon get jacked up beyond my means fairly quickly and I just have to look the other way. So, this is defintely a good sign. Keep it up and I'll be picking up a couple for sure! And I'm looking forward to more kits from these guys.By the way, anyone know where the following kit can be purchased from? I don't see who makes it but the decals simply read Lufwaffe 1946 with a model number JACH 44001. Seems to be a pretty basic injection kit, but I'd pickup a dozen of these if I knew where to get it from! If anyone from Czech Republic or elsewhere with data on this could shed some light, that would be great. Her'es the link:modelforum.cz/viewtopic.php?f=300&t=34991
Hey...Ta-163!! JACH have connection with Attack models? I just checked a box and the name JACH is under Attack brand.http://modelingmadness.com/scotts/korean/preview/attack/14401preview.htm Maybe a prototype of Attack?
Nice looking kits! I look forward to seeing how this story develops!
Badger,contact me and I may be able to help about the JACH models.Peter Hpbhawkin at optusnet dot ... dot ..
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