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1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« on: June 30, 2010, 01:56:59 »
Looks like the Hobbyboss kit will be out soon, around August.



http://www.hobbyboss.com/82458.html

Looks like everything we need to make the Cdn version is in the box - slat armour, Cdn markings, GPMG, "T" Antenna mounts.

No word on a price, but previous iterations of their Leopards (2A4, 2A5) can be had for around $25.
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2010, 03:55:17 »
/begin phase "the little boy inside me who loves toys"

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Screw buying Nutella, Minute Rice, Pork Chops and Eggs this week... I'm buying THAT!  ;D

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That's actually really amazing!

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #2 on: August 12, 2010, 16:25:19 »
It's not enough that we do our best; sometimes we have to do what's required.

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #3 on: August 12, 2010, 17:16:00 »
I'm not so much into armour right now, but I see myself building one of these.
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #4 on: August 12, 2010, 17:33:59 »
Is there a photoetch set for it? If so I'll be building my old C/S.

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #5 on: August 12, 2010, 17:44:09 »
The model of the Leo tank is incomplete. It has to have that huge combat umbrella covering the crew commander when they are going down the river bed 
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #6 on: August 12, 2010, 17:47:02 »
The model of the Leo tank is incomplete. It has to have that huge combat umbrella covering the crew commander when they are going down the river bed

Part of the Barricuda kit. An add on package from one of the TAVs in '08.

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #7 on: August 12, 2010, 18:50:38 »
Is there going to a be a Lawfield Corrider detailing package with beer coolers and a hibachi?    ;D

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #8 on: August 12, 2010, 19:01:53 »
ah c'mon Michael  admit it you're just jealous !
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #9 on: August 12, 2010, 20:06:43 »
Is there going to a be a Lawfield Corrider detailing package with beer coolers and a hibachi?    ;D

With the additional miniatures of the CC and loader pouring out extremely hot coffee on the ground...while an infanteer sadly looks on in the winter scene.

Then there is the added tank telephone being stretched too far by a section commander while the tank driver runs over a tree diorama as well.

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #10 on: August 12, 2010, 20:17:35 »
With the additional miniatures of the CC and loader pouring out extremely hot coffee on the ground...while an infanteer sadly looks on in the winter scene.

Just that you know these incidents actually take place has raised your stock value a lot with me.

While we're at it, why not include the miniatures of the infanteer shaking himself awake at night fighting frostbite while the tanker racks out on his back deck sweating down the side of the tank because the engine is still radiating too much heat hours after it shut down.
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #11 on: August 12, 2010, 20:36:35 »
Just that you know these incidents actually take place has raised your stock value a lot with me.

While we're at it, why not include the miniatures of the infanteer shaking himself awake at night fighting frostbite while the tanker racks out on his back deck sweating down the side of the tank because the engine is still radiating too much heat hours after it shut down.

You've dated yourself.

We rarely ever get the chance to do that anymore. More often that not, we're on the ground too.

Most guys that have less than 10 years in don't even know what it's like to live on the tanks, sleep on the back deck, refuel a tank using the hoppers while the thing is still rolling through the running resupply or cook up a crew serve breakfast.

/tangent

So anyone know of any photo-etched parts?

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #12 on: August 12, 2010, 23:13:57 »
I don't think the HB kit will come with PE.

There is PE available, but its designed for the Tamiya kit. You can make a 2A6M CDN from the Tamiya kit, but in addition to the slat armour PE, you'd need the Storm Mini's resin bits, and some Echelon decals (not that there's many markings). I'm going to build both - the Tamiya + etch + other bits for a 'serious' attempt, and the HobbyBoss one as a weekend or "Hooray, I'm on TD in Valcartier" slammer.

The coleman coolers are out there, along with 1/35 cans of TimHo's.


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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #13 on: August 13, 2010, 00:48:18 »
Wow..what a great day....this is making me well up with tears. Finally Canada has made such an impact on the world stage that model companies around the world are making model kits and Canadian Accessories for said kits.  :salute:
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #14 on: September 20, 2010, 01:38:35 »


So anyone know of any photo-etched parts?

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Kit comes with 2 frets of PE. One covers the perforated turret basket walls & floor, the other has the two circular engine deck grilles, the convoy-white-cross-on-a-shield frigamajig, some gunner sight frames, and what I think might be a guard for the SGL.
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #15 on: September 20, 2010, 06:07:51 »
Kit comes with 2 frets of PE. One covers the perforated turret basket walls & floor, the other has the two circular engine deck grilles, the convoy-white-cross-on-a-shield frigamajig, some gunner sight frames, and what I think might be a guard for the SGL.

I give up...what is that? Seeing as I've commanded one, instructed the conversion course, even I don't know of this part nor the acronym.

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #16 on: September 20, 2010, 08:25:01 »
Smoke grenade launchers (MBGD/MBGL)??

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #17 on: September 20, 2010, 14:05:19 »
MBGD  =  Multi Barrel Grenade Discharger
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #18 on: September 20, 2010, 20:47:32 »
Smoke grenade launchers (MBGD/MBGL)??

^ what he said
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #19 on: September 20, 2010, 20:55:48 »
The correct term is Multi Barrel Grenade Discharger or Multi Barrel Grenade Launcher dependant on platform.

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #20 on: September 20, 2010, 21:25:22 »
When still on Cougar they were called "Multi-barrelled Smoke Grenade Dischargers"



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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #21 on: September 20, 2010, 21:56:44 »
When still on Cougar they were called "Multi-barrelled Smoke Grenade Dischargers"



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I remember that as well. When I leaped from Cougars to the Leo I asked why the were called MBSGDs on them and MBGDs on panzers....the reply was "It's cause they just are!". I now know better.        ;)

Thanks for clearing that up T18A.

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #22 on: September 20, 2010, 22:20:06 »
No issues. Seems that someone in DLR land always feels the need to introduce new designations every so many years just to keep the troops from knowing exactly what they are using.

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #23 on: September 20, 2010, 23:54:10 »
MBGD  =  Multi Barrel Grenade Discharger

Having seen the 16/5 in action, I'm pretty sure that the 'B' stands for 'beer'. Not sure about the rest.

Vulgar fractions, indeed...  ;D
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #24 on: September 21, 2010, 00:28:16 »
Leave it to the Brits to gravitate towards beer. ;D

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #25 on: September 21, 2010, 07:19:45 »
Leave it to the Brits to gravitate towards beer. ;D

And I thought MBGD stood for "Miller Beer Genuine Draft"...
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #26 on: September 21, 2010, 12:41:20 »
I remember that as well. When I leaped from Cougars to the Leo I asked why the were called MBSGDs on them and MBGDs on panzers....the reply was "It's cause they just are!". I now know better.        ;)

Thanks for clearing that up T18A.

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One only fired Smoke (Chemical or WP), while the other fired Smoke or HE.  No need to call it a "Smoke Grenade Discharger" if you have loaded it with HE.    ;D
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #27 on: September 21, 2010, 12:43:23 »
Leave it to the Brits to gravitate towards beer. ;D

WHAT !

We never moved without a case of "Green Grenades" per man, and at least one 1.5 lt bottle of Baileys to keep our coffees to the NATO Standard.
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #28 on: September 21, 2010, 20:25:57 »
George,

You would die of thirst these days. Even smokers have been cut back to end ex only.

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #29 on: September 23, 2010, 14:26:59 »
No issues. Seems that someone in DLR land always feels the need to introduce new designations every so many years just to keep the troops from knowing exactly what they are using.

It's how one gets 'points' for 'leading change' when tasked to work in a HQ.

Gotta love it when a TLA like MBSGD takes the same time to say out loud as "Smoke Grenade Launcher"!
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #30 on: September 23, 2010, 15:06:21 »
I'm not disputing the present nomenclature, but having served in Centurion, Ferret, Lynx and AVGP family, we  always referred to them as MBSGD.
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #31 on: September 26, 2010, 17:33:12 »
Were there any 76mm HE grenades back then?

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #32 on: September 26, 2010, 17:43:05 »
Were there any 76mm HE grenades back then?

Yes there were.

(And as recceguy can attest, one did not want to be down range when a Lynx fired off its Smk (WP).  )
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #33 on: September 26, 2010, 18:07:28 »
Late one summer the powers that be decided to fire SMK(WP) grenades from the MBSGDs on a troop of Cougars. Unfortunately they set fire to the grass at the North end of the Mattawa Plain and more than a few people spent several hours putting out the fire.

Rather than unload the other unfired MBSGDs the Cougars were driven down to the shore of the river and the remaining WP was fired out over the river.......into about a 40km HEADWIND!!! The grenades were blown backwards and most exploded BEHIND the firing vehicles.

I must say it led to a mad dash by several people (myself jncluded) to dodge the burning fragments of WP!



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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #34 on: September 26, 2010, 23:56:47 »
Were there any 76mm HE grenades back then?

The Cent and Ferret fired strictly Brit WP grenades. They were typical hand thrown variety and we used a separate squib charge that we had to wire into the tube to launch them.
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #35 on: September 27, 2010, 00:10:16 »
So then MBSGD were the appropriate term back in the day. And MBGD/MBGL is proper for now as there is now more than one flavour of 76mm grenade.

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #36 on: September 27, 2010, 10:49:43 »
So then MBSGD were the appropriate term back in the day. And MBGD/MBGL is proper for now as there is now more than one flavour of 76mm grenade.

I suppose it would also depend on whether you had a lisp or some other speech impediment as well.    >:D
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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #37 on: October 12, 2010, 11:19:26 »
I suppose it would also depend on whether you had a lisp or some other speech impediment as well.    >:D

There was a MCpl in the Hussars in Germany that had a bit of a speech impediment. He would do  his CC drills and when he got to the MBGD he would yell "moke - no moke"

In fact once when in Bergen we were doing an ex with the Brits. Some infantry climbed his tank and he was yelling over the net.
"HONA F@#$ DEY ON MA DANK THEY ON MY DANK....."silence.
Followed by the gunner laughing.. "1 this is -- they got my crew commander over"

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Re: 1/35 Leopard 2A6M Cdn in plastic
« Reply #38 on: August 27, 2015, 13:17:28 »
ok...... I've said it before replying to some of these posts, I apologize for bringing up an old post, but this one has me laughing pretty hard!!! why??? be cause I WAS that gunner that was on the radio laughing about them taking my crew commander! if I may ask, what is your name Mover1?