Military Miniatures in Review magazine No 24

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MMiR modelling magazine

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Military Miniatures in Review magazine No 24

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

  • Rub-A-Dub-Dub, Building yellow cat’s japanese type 2 “ka-mi” amphibious tank
  • Heavy Chevy, Baby!, ADV-Azimut’s 4×4 Chevrolet Panel
  • Resistance is Futile, DML’s Borgward IV Ausf.B demolition tractor
  • Flak ‘n Famo Part Two, Creating the 8.8 cm FlaK 37 Selbstafahrlafette (auf 18-ton Zugkraftwa
  • Checkerboard Jeep, Spicing up the Tamiya Kit
  • Cover: Captain Miller’s Last Stand, Creating a diorama based on the film “Saving Private Ryan”
  • Curvy Shermy, The Seldom-seen M4A1E8 Sherman
  • Scintillating Centaur, Converting Tamiya’s Cromwell into a Royal Marines Centaur IV
  • 3/4 Tons of Fun, Carrying on the 3/4 Ton series with Skybow’s Weapons Carrier
  • Scammell Joe’s Roadside Assistance, Accurate Armour’s SV/2S Pioneer Vehicle
  • Radical 8-Rads • Puma, The Sdkfz. 234 Series: 234/2, part 2 Of 4

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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