Adlers Nest of Japan has announced the December 2015 release of 1/350 scale Type 99 800kg Bombs.
For your Imperial Japanese Navy aircraft carrier aircraft, two new sets to enhance their appearance. The propellers are in 1/350 scale and the torpedoes are in 1/700.
Since their Yamato Armor Piercing Shells
were so successful, Adlers Nest has decided to do another shell 'kit'. This time of the Type 3 46cm High Explosive shells used by the guns of the Yamato and Musahi.
New brass cannon pieces for secondary armaments of WWII Japanese Imperial warships. These cannon were used on Kongo, Fuso and Ise class battleships.
New, direct from the Japanese modeling world of the weird and wonderful, comes a 46cm Armor-piercing shot and shell for Yamato in giant 1/50 scale.
New from Adler's Nest, brass barrels for the Imperial Japanese Navy's Type 3 20cm cannon. These guns formed the main battery of Japan's World War II heavy cruisers.
That latest news out of Japanese manufacturer, Adlers Nest, is an antenna assembly for American vehicles.
Adlers Nest has not been covered here for some time however thanks to Matt Nethery letting us know about a new product this is now being corrected. In this news release you will find two new aerials for your armoured fighting vehicles. Take a look inside for more details.
"Fireball", the 1:6th scale radio controlled P-47M built by Dave Gianakos and Bob Frey, was presented to the Valiant Air Command Museum in Titusville, Florida recently.