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Author Topic: Pegasus Hobbies T-26 Model 1933 2 in 1 kit: A Review  (Read 1638 times)

Offline BlackWidowPilot

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Pegasus Hobbies T-26 Model 1933 2 in 1 kit: A Review
« on: November 07, 2014, 02:19:56 AM »
A review of sorts of the T-26 Model 1933 light tank from Pegasus Hobbies for your consideration:


http://blackwidowpilot.blogspot.com/2014/11/pegasus-172-scale-fast-build-t-26-light.html


And a purdy picture for everyone to look at:





Enjoy! 8)
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Re: Pegasus Hobbies T-26 Model 1933 2 in 1 kit: A Review
« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2014, 08:11:21 AM »
Thx for the review. They were already my choice for the main T-26 in my Early War army, backed up by Lancers and Shellhole Scenics ones. Just need to start the army....someday
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Re: Pegasus Hobbies T-26 Model 1933 2 in 1 kit: A Review
« Reply #2 on: November 08, 2014, 04:51:11 AM »
Thx for the review. They were already my choice for the main T-26 in my Early War army, backed up by Lancers and Shellhole Scenics ones. Just need to start the army....someday

Resistance is futile! Submit to the early war Red Army and be assimilated! :D

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Re: Pegasus Hobbies T-26 Model 1933 2 in 1 kit: A Review
« Reply #3 on: November 09, 2014, 03:06:56 AM »
Why is it when I go through the trouble of making lots of "the only game in town" that have 100 or more parts or build from scratch something that there wasn't in 1/72 before, that when I finish a really nice fast assembly model comes out?

Those are really nice.  Pegasus is great.  Thanks for posting about them.
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Re: Pegasus Hobbies T-26 Model 1933 2 in 1 kit: A Review
« Reply #4 on: November 09, 2014, 07:22:57 PM »
Resistance is futile! Submit to the early war Red Army and be assimilated! :D

I've already submitted to Early, Mid and Late War Russians  :D It is just that I plan to have a long life and there are things that can wait.

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Re: Pegasus Hobbies T-26 Model 1933 2 in 1 kit: A Review
« Reply #5 on: November 10, 2014, 01:49:19 AM »
Why is it when I go through the trouble of making lots of "the only game in town" that have 100 or more parts or build from scratch something that there wasn't in 1/72 before, that when I finish a really nice fast assembly model comes out?

Those are really nice.  Pegasus is great.  Thanks for posting about them.

I feel your pain, Tim! I built up a small mob of the PST 1/72 scale KV-1s, KV-2s, and a KV-8S flamethrower tank, only to have those no good so-in-sos at Pegasus turn out a whole bunch of KV-series fast build kits. Gah!  o_o

At least I've consoled myself with the Pegasus KV-1S before I spent any more money on those monstrous godforsaken PST kits with the individual track lengths, and I am really hoping against hope that somebody releases a fast build T-28 medium before I shed my mortal coils... along with a SOMUA S35, a Hotchkiss H35, and a Lorraine 26 4x6 troop carrier, but then again, I am a bit of a silly, optimistic dreamer....  lol

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Re: Pegasus Hobbies T-26 Model 1933 2 in 1 kit: A Review
« Reply #6 on: November 10, 2014, 01:50:15 AM »
I've already submitted to Early, Mid and Late War Russians  :D It is just that I plan to have a long life and there are things that can wait.


LOL! Yes, I do understand that annoying side effect of the annoying distraction known as Real Life.... lol

 

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