Accuracy vs Variety

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Accuracy vs variety?

Poll ended at Mon Aug 13, 2018 1:34 pm

I want absolute accuracy in all of my kits - Dragon quality at Armourfast prices
No votes
I'm prepared to accept some slight inaccuracies (e.g. wheel spacing or "steel" instead of "rubber") if it allowed a new variant to quickly appear
Just get the kits built! It doesn't matter how accurate they are - from 3 feet away in a wargame you can't tell, anyway
No votes
Total votes: 2

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Accuracy vs Variety

Post by Armourfast-Colin » Wed Aug 08, 2018 1:34 pm

A quick poll for you...

There are some variants that could be pulled together by the team (for example where a modified Panzer IV chassis is used as a base vehicle for something else), however, sometimes, the "real" version had, in addition to internal changes (e.g. moving where the engine or radio was) had some slight changes to the wheel/track system (e.g. sometimes bits from Panzer 3 & 4s were mixed together.

I have my own views on this, especially given that many of my wheels/tracks are smothered in mud!, but I wondered what the wider view was, so I've just set out this very crude poll to ask the question...

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Re: Accuracy vs Variety

Post by Robbie041 » Fri Aug 10, 2018 8:22 am

For me as a wargamer it is a very simple choice . a panzer III H Should look like one , but I dont vind it a problem if for instance storrage or spareweels are missing

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Re: Accuracy vs Variety

Post by Hardcastlehotspur » Tue Aug 14, 2018 1:24 pm

Sorry, but I missed your recent poll. However, I agree with the only 2 votes cast, in that some inaccuracies would be okay.

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Re: Accuracy vs Variety

Post by adt70hk » Wed Aug 15, 2018 8:52 pm

Hi all

Sorry I missed this too. I also agree with option 2. These are only wargaming kits and for £8 or so for two kits it is unrealistic to expect perfection.



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Re: Accuracy vs Variety

Post by sarge831 » Thu Aug 16, 2018 4:50 pm

I also agree with option 2.

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