Military Miniatures in Review magazine No 20

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MMiR modelling magazine

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Military Miniatures in Review magazine No 20

Military Miniatures in Review is an 80-page, full color magazine that showcases and promotes the world of scale armor modeling. MMiR was the very first publication produced by Ampersand. Publication of MMiR was suspended after the release of issue 63.

More than “just a magazine,” MMiR is presented in a journal style and is a high-quality perfect bound book that is made to last. Printed on glossy art paper, each issue is more like a book than a periodical. In addition to fully developed step-by-step articles on building tanks, figures and vehicles, regular features include new product announcements, book reviews, figure review

  • Son of Dragon, It’s big, it’s resin, it’s the all new M123 tractor from Tank Workshop.
  • Dream Machine: Just me and the HMC, Hammering out a nice model from the old Tamiya standard.
  • Steyr Gets Funky, Converting the excellent Tamiya kit into a radio vehicle.
  • Cover: G.I. Blues!, Are you lonesome tonight? Break open the new CMD conversion and bond with the King.
  • Stormy Weather, Creating the Ostwind anti-aircraft tank.
  • Geschutz This!, It’s resin nirvana with the new kit from On-Track models.
  • Dream Machine: Nasty Little Flakker, The VM 140/1 gets drenched in details.
  • Rad Krad, Man, Tamiya’s teeny little model in a bag.
  • Hetzer with a Hat, A look at the proposed Hetzer/Panzer IV hybrid from New Connection. Schlepp That!
  • Italeri’s up again with a second version of its Schwerewehrmachtschlepper.

Ampersand publishing

Weight0.265 kg
Dimensions0.5 × 21.5 × 28 cm
Condition

Good

Language

English

Publisher

Ampersand publishing

PublishDate

1998

Pagecount

80

Binding

Softcover

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