Military Miniatures in Review magazine No 23

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MMiR modelling magazine

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Military Miniatures in Review magazine No 23

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 reviews. Oh—and it’s pretty funny most of the time, too

  • Long nose T-34,The Dragon Models Russian assault gun with the big schnoz, 
  • Getting Model with the Wagon
  • Tamiya serves up yet another comtemporary version of the Panzer IV., Out Fuched
  • We finally get a look at Revell’s modern German armored car.
  • DREAM MACHINE: Well, isn’t that Special Air Service Creating a Willys SAS Jeep with the help of the aftermarket.
  • Flak ‘n FAMO, part 1, The first of the two-part series about converting the Tamiya kit.
  • Deaux FT-17, Monsieur, Submitted for your approval: a smashing pair of First World War mini
  • COVER: Big Cat on Campus, Tamiya latest detail fest.
  • Eight is Enough, Hey, we’re also checking out Revell’s modern German 8-rad.
  • Commie Pop-Gun, ICM’s teeny little 76mm gun.
  • Picture Perfect Panzer, It’s the latest German “funny” from On-Track Model.
  • Radical 8-rads, part 1, The first of the multi-part series on creating and detailing the 234 arm
     

 

Ampersand publishing

Weight0.280 kg
Dimensions0.5 × 21.7 × 28 cm
Condition

Good

Language

English

Publisher

Ampersand publishing

PublishDate

2000

Pagecount

82

Binding

Softcover

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