Guestbook 2020

Post : Martin Lee 03:43, 13 February
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Absolutely wonderful! The 18th century Series is one that will run and run. It's really colourful, dramatic and exciting. Also it's very well documented, so there's plenty of reference material. Now, where are those Redcoats?
http://mbltd.info/figures/1-35-scale/xviii-century-series/35210.html

Post : Corrado Laccetti 14:55, 11 February
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this is a beautiful work. Very nice model
http://www.mbltd.info/diarams-2/diarams-2020/diarams759.html

Post : Panzer Man 23:54, 10 February
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Sorry D. Gebro, but your not quite right. Early Stug crews did use the "black" panzer uniform along side their tanker brothers, and even used the skull collar patches, which upset the tankers to no end, the skull being considered "elite" Also, armored car crews, panzer pioneer and recon units (among others) were authorized to use the black uniform, although with different branch piping. Green panzer uniforms were also used, and became standard for stug and other panzer jager units later in the war, although the use of black continued through the conflict This also applied to SS units, however did you know that the SS tankers uniform was tailored slightly different.
http://mbltd.info/figures/1-35-scale/world-war-ii-era/35208.html

Post : D. Gebro 13:07, 04 February
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Hello Masterbox-Team, i like your products, and built up some sets, the characters of figures are almost nice. But some points about the StuG-Crew, they wear normaly the taylored uniform for the panzers, but the colour was field-grey, with ranks and weaponcolour from artillery troops. The black uniform was normally worn by "direct-" panzertroops.
http://mbltd.info/figures/1-35-scale/world-war-ii-era/35208.html

Post : Claudio Merlo 18:33, 19 January
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Any new WWI box in the coming months?
http://mbltd.info/figures/1-35-scale/modern-wars-era/35200.html

Post : we want more! Love it! 13:05, 18 January
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we want more! Love it!
http://www.mbltd.info/figures/1-35-scale/xviii-century-series/35209.html

Post : Wolfhound 14:52, 14 January
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Too bad the real figure doesn't look like Tom Selleck, like the boxart suggests :)
http://mbltd.info/figures/1-35-scale/historical-miniatures/35205.html

Post : ALFONSO JOU 12:35, 12 January
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MAGNIFICA ESTA SERIE DEL 18 COMO OTROS COMENTARIOS SERIA MAGNIFICO INGLESES Y COLONIALES Y ALGUNA CABALLERIA GRACIAS POR VUESTROS ESFUERZOS
http://www.mbltd.info/figures/1-35-scale/xviii-century-series/35209.html

Post : Harry 15:12, 09 January
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Nope, it shall be a Winchester 1895. But the Guns in this Series are most not really Reprentations of real Ones. Look at the Rifle of the Indian Warrior, thats more like a daisy Airgun than a real one........
http://www.mbltd.info/figures/1-35-scale/historical-miniatures/35205.html

Post : Harry 15:09, 09 January
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Nice Set, with a little bit Work one can made the Est6wood Character of "Palerider"
For a historical correct Figure , you must remove/remodel the Gunholster ( hang way too low in a Hollywood or "Buscadero" Style) and the Beltloops, this came shortly before the 1.WW. common use.
http://www.mbltd.info/figures/1-35-scale/historical-miniatures/35204.html

Post : Harry 15:04, 09 January
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Superbe Set, i was very surprised that MB remodelled the Winchester Rifle, looks way better then the first Ones !
http://www.mbltd.info/figures/1-35-scale/historical-miniatures/35203.html

Post : Jirka Zahradnik 21:47, 04 January
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Please, we are waiting so long for this set, produce it this year :)
http://www.mbltd.info/in-progress/3585.html

Post : Paul Clothier 05:54, 04 January
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Very good. You are probably the only person who has ever bought this kit and not built the two naked Italian girlies.
http://www.mbltd.info/diarams/diarams-2019/diarams693.html

Post : Paul Clothier 05:47, 04 January
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Hello everyone. I've done some amazing models using these women plus the two Italian girls from "US and German paratroops." Unfortunately, I can't seem to find how to submit some photos.
http://www.mbltd.info/figures/1-35-scale/world-war-ii-era/35183.html