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    Back to DRAGON ARMOR SCALE 1:72. This is how "big" these models are. Given the size I really salute their models moulding and marking + details - one of a kind






    These 3 tanks are from KOREAN WAR series. 60th ANNIVERSARY limited editions (once quantities sold out never produced again)


    The Korean War was a war between North and South Korea, in which a United Nations force led by the United States of America fought for the South, and China fought for the North, which was also assisted by the Soviet Union. The war arose from the division of Korea at the end of World War II and from the global tensions of the Cold War that developed immediately afterwards.



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    Dragon Armor - M4A3E8 (76W) HVSS, 24th Infantry Div., Han River, Korea 1951 (Dragon Armor 60470)







    M4A3E8 (76W) HVSS, 24th Infantry Div., Han River, Korea 1951 - The M4A3E8 Sherman has improved Horizontal Volute Spring System (HVSS) suspension and wider tracks. This model has the long-barreled 76mm M1A1 gun, depicting the most common Sherman variant to see combat during the Korean War. The actual tank depicted is from the 5th Infantry Tank Company of the 24th Infantry Division. This particular division was the first US Army formation dispatched after war broke out on the Korean Peninsular. Deployed from Japan, it spent the first 18 months in heavy combat with North Korean troops.

    The striking ‘tiger’ markings on the nose, turret and hull sides were applied for Operations Killer and Ripper in February-March 1951, operations that were part of a big push to recapture Seoul and decimate enemy forces. This was the fourth time Seoul had been conquered within the space of a year. The markings applied to tanks were supposed to inspire friendly troops and intimidate superstitious North Korean soldiers who held the tiger in awe!







    Dragon Armor - M4A3E8 (76W) HVSS, Co.C, 89th Tank Battalion, Han River, Korea 1951 (Dragon Armor 60469)








    M4A3E8 (76W) HVSS, Co.C, 89th Tank Battalion, Han River, Korea 1951 - The Korean War was fought between 25 June 1950 and 27 July 1953, when a shaky ceasefire was signed. This bloody conflagration came hot on the heels of WWII, and it essentially pitted Western countries against communism. Unsurprisingly, the USA employed equipment that dated back to WWII usage. One such ‘legacy’ tank commonly employed during the Korean War was the M4A3E8 Sherman, often referred to as “Easy Eight” thanks to its E8 nomenclature. It was distinguished by its Horizontal Volute Spring System (HVSS) and wider tracks. The stronger suspension allowed thicker armor, and it was also armed with a long-barreled 76mm M1A1 gun. The M4A3E8 entered combat in December 1944, and there were still plenty around to fight North Korean and Chinese forces more than five years later.

    The actual tank is an example from the 89th Tank Battalion fighting near the Han River in 1951. This battalion, part of the 25th Infantry Division, was activated in Korea in August 1950. It participated in ten campaigns during the Korean War. The tank has received mouth and eye markings in order to intimidate enemy combatants.







    BELOW IS THE CHINESE VOLUNTEER ARMY USING RUSSIAN BUILT TANKS. Notice the steel ropes around the tank - so fine and detailed


    Dragon Armor - T-34/85, Chinese Volunteer Army, Korea 1950 (Dragon Armor 60487)








    T-34/85, Chinese Volunteer Army, Korea 1950 - China entered the Korean War on October 19, 1950, and Chinese forces did not completely withdraw until 1958. To avoid any official war with the USA, Chinese soldiers fought under the auspices of the Chinese People’s Volunteer Army (PVA), even though they were all members of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). The initial assault by 270,000 PVA troops on October 25, 1950 caught the UN completely by surprise. One of the armored vehicles that China deployed during the Korean War was the Soviet-designed T-34/85 tank. Indeed, it was the most powerful armored vehicle the communist side fielded during this brutal conflict. This fully built-up T-34/85 bears authentic markings of the PVA. While Dragon Armor has released versions of the T-34/85 before, up till now they have all been in Soviet markings. This latest tank is thus all the more exceptional with its Chinese ownership and tactical markings. With full detail replicated in miniature, and with an amazingly well-crafted paint finish and weathering effects, this impressive T-34/85 is ready to take on its UN foes on the troubled Korean Peninsular!


    KMDB T-34 - Designed to replace the Soviet BT-5, BT-7 and T-26 infantry tanks, the T-34 was produced between 1940 and 1958. The T-34 is often regarded as one of the most successful and most influential tanks of the era. It was WWII's most highly produced tank and history's second most highly produced tank. The T-34 had a powerful engine, wide tracks and heavy armor. It was continuously refined, and by 1944 had gained a more powerful 85mm gun and a superior three-man turret design. The success of the T-34 can be measured in part by its longevity—by 1996, T-34s were still serving in 27 nations around the world.
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    Nice.. mind share the setup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sachokphantom View Post
    Nice.. mind share the setup?
    Sure, always like to share

    5 lights (2 left 2 right one top 12 WATTeach ) + 1 LED and background is A3 paper and a SB400 flash box (DIY). Flash tigger by PHOTOPHIX wireless trigger.

    2 reflectors (WHITE) on the left and right

    This setup too small for aeroplanes..... only minatures toys

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    DRAGON ARMOR MILTARY TANKS AND VECHICLES... catalog style shoot

    German and Japanese - WORLD WAR 2. These are very small (smallest JAPAN tank is < 6cm long) but the details are superd!















    Dragon Armor - Sd.Kfz.222 Leichte Panzerspahwagen, Unidentified Unit, France 1940 (Dragon Armor 60406)





    Sd.Kfz.222 Leichte Panzerspahwagen, Unidentified Unit, France 1940 - To support its mobile concept of modern warfare, Germany introduced a wide range of tracked and wheeled armored vehicles. One wheeled family of vehicles introduced in 1936 included 4x4 armored cars known as the, which translates as “Light Armored Reconnaissance Vehicle.” Powered by a Horch engine, these vehicles were based on a Horch 801 heavy car chassis to which an armored body was added. Early in WWII it performed well enough as a reconnaissance vehicle for panzer divisions, although its off-road capability let it down. Dragon Armor is introducing a model from the Leichte Panzerspahwagen family - the Sd.Kfz.222. It is armed with a 2cm KwK.30 L/55 cannon and MG34 machine gun in an open-top turret. A crew of three operated the Sd.Kfz.222


    Weight - 4.00 tonnes
    Length - 4.80 m
    Width - 1.95 m
    Height - 1.70 m
    Crew - 3
    Armour - 5 - 14.5 mm
    Main Armament - 1 × 2 cm KwK 30 L/55 autocannon
    Operational Range - 300 km
    Speed - 80 km/h (road) 40 km/h (cross-country)






    Dragon Armor - IJA Type 95 "Ha-Go" Light Tank North China Version, Koushurei Tank School, North China 1941 (Dragon Armor 60441)





    IJA Type 95 "Ha-Go" Light Tank North China Version, Koushurei Tank School, North China 1941 - This vehicle is used in combat against China and Russia, as well as fully participating in WWII. Weighing just 7.4 tonnes, it was designed primarily as an infantry support weapon. Indeed, it was the most common light tank used by the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) in the Pacific, with about 2,300 units manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. It had a crew of three, and the main armament was a Type 94 37mm gun. Its maximum speed was 45km/h


    Weight - 7.4 tonnes
    Length - 4.38 m
    Width - 2.06 m
    Height - 2.18 m
    Crew - 3
    Armour - 12 mm
    Main Armament - Type 94 (1934) 37 mm Tank Gun
    Operational Range - 250 km
    Speed - 45 km/h (on road)







    Dragon Armor - Type 97 "Chi-Ha" Late Production, Co.5, 9th Tank Regiment, Saipan 1944 (Dragon Armor 60434)








    IJA Type 97 "Chi-Ha" Late Production, Co.5, 9th Tank Regiment, Saipan 1944 - Type 97 Chi-Ha tank is Japan’s most widely produced medium tank of WWII. Boasting a short-barreled 57mm main gun and two Type 97 machine guns, this tank was intended to serve as an up-scaled version of the Type 95 for infantry support. Armor protection was modest on this vehicle. A total of 2,123 tanks were produced from 1938-43, although 930 of these were of the improved Type 97 Kai version featuring a higher-velocity 47mm gun. The tank could move at a speed of 38km/h.

    The Chi-Ha was used in combat in Manchuria and China, as well as fighting against the Allies. Indeed one of the largest tank attacks of the Pacific theater occurred at Saipan in 1944 when 36 Type 97 tanks of the IJA’s 9th Tank Regiment conducted an all-out attack against US Marines. This model portrays one such Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank that participated in this ferocious battle on Saipan. The colorful camouflage paint scheme is particularly well rendered. The accurate markings such as Japanese characters on the side of the hull, national flag emblems, prominent turret images and rear number plate. These markings are very interesting, especially when compared with contemporary Allied or German markings.


    Weight - 15.0 tonnes
    Length - 5.50 m
    Width - 2.34 m
    Height - 2.33 m
    Crew - 4
    Armour - 8–28 mm
    Main Armament - Type 97 57 mm Tank Gun
    Operational Range - 210 km
    Speed - 38 km/h
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    Nice series bro!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridwan View Post
    Nice series bro!!
    Glad you like it.






    Dragon Armor - Sd.Kfz.251/1 Ausf.D, Pz.Gren.Div. "LAH", Kharkov 1943 (Dragon Armor 60236)





    Sd.Kfz.251/1 Ausf.D, Pz.Gren.Div. "LAH", Kharkov 1943 - an actual German elite unit half-track that fought in 1943




    The GERMAN TIGER TANK BELOW - ITS SO HUGE !






    Dragon Armor - Tiger I Mid Production, s.Pz.Abt.509, 1944 (Dragon Armor 60019)







    Tiger I Mid Production, s.Pz.Abt.509, 1944








    THE KING TIGER BELOW - IT'S EVEN LARGER!!!


    Dragon Armor - Kingtiger Henschel Turret w/Zimmerit, 2/s.Pz.Abt.506, Andler 1944 (Dragon Armor 61008)










    Kingtiger Henschel Turret w/Zimmerit, 2/s.Pz.Abt.506, Andler 1944 - The King Tiger, Germany's most formidable Heavy Tank, made its first appearance on the WWII theater in 1944. The first 50 tanks produced had Porsche turrets whereas subsequent tanks were equipped with the Henschel designed production turret. The King Tiger was armed with a 71-caliber 88mm gun that had enough power to penetrate 150mm thick armor from 2000m away. For protection, the chassis front armor was 150mm thick with 80mm thick side armor.
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    Dragon Armor - M4A4, Free French Army, Marseille 1944 (Dragon Armor 60284)







    M4A4, Free French Army, Marseille 1944 - Since the Sherman M4A4 was powered by a Chrysler WC Multibank engine (formed from five commercial automobile engines aligned on a common driveshaft), the tank required a lengthened rear hull to accommodate it.

    A great many M4A4s of the 7,499 produced were delivered to Allied armies like the British and Free French. Free French Forces had been established after General De Gaulle and the exiled French government issued a call to arms on 18 June 1940.

    By the time of the Normandy campaign in 1944, Free French Forces numbered 400,000. The Free French 2nd Armoured Division drove south to Paris, while the 1st Army joined in the invasion of southern France.








    Dragon Armor -M4A3(76)W VVSS, 19th Tank Battalion, 9th Armored Division, Belgium 1944 (Dragon Armor 60164)










    M4A3(76)W VVSS, 19th Tank Battalion, 9th Armored Division, Belgium 1944 - This title showcases a Sherman that fought with the 19th Tank Battalion of the 9th “Phantom” Armored Division. This division fought in such campaigns as Ardennes-Alsace, the Rhineland, and Central Europe. This 1/72 scale tank shows a VVSS Sherman fighting in Belgium in late 1944 in the ferocious effort to contain the “Bulge” created by the German’s Ardennes assault.

    It includes wet ammo storage, 76mm gun and a three-tone camouflage scheme (oliver drab, earth and black)






    MODERN BATTLE-TEST TANK... the American M1 Arbrahams


    Dragon Armor - M1A1HA Abrams, 1st Marine Tank Battalion, Baghdad 2003 (Dragon Armor 60015)









    M1A1HA Abrams, 1st Marine Tank Battalion, Baghdad 2003
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    British Tanks - Challenger 2




    Dragon Armor - Challenger 2 w/Up Grade Armor, Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, Iraq 2003(Dragon Armor 60044)








    Challenger 2 w/Up Grade Armor, Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, Iraq 2003 - The superb Challenger 2 (CR2) is the British Army’s Main Battle Tank. The CR2 is based on the Challenger 1 that served with distinction on operations in the Gulf War and the Balkans. Only 5 per cent of Challenger 2 components are interchangeable with its predecessor; over 150 major modifications include a completely new turret, L30 CHARM 120mm gun and second generation Chobham armour.

    The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards were instrumental in capturing Basra in April of 2003









    Dragon Armor - Challenger 2 w/Dozer Blade, Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, KFOR 2000 (Dragon Armor 60303)








    Challenger 2 w/Dozer Blade, Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, KFOR 2000 - This Challenger II is detailed with the markings of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards while deployed to Kosovo
    as part of KFOR. The Kosovo Force is a NATO-led International Peace-Enforcement Force under a UN Mandate.








    Dragon Armor - Challenger 2, Royal Army, BATUS, Canada(Dragon Armor 60035)







    Challenger 2, Royal Army, BATUS, Canada - The Challenger II is one one of the most advanced main battle tanks. It has outstanding firepower, protection and mobility.

    About BATUS:
    Lacking adequate training areas for armoured manoeuvre warfare in Europe the British had long maintained a training establishment in Canada, called BATUS (British Army Training Unit Suffield). This area allowed British armoured units in Germany to fly over to Canada in rotation during the summer and test their skills against the resident OPFOR unit. The realistic training at BATUS was considered the best test of the skills of individual battle groups.
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    My Favourites... the GERMAN Modern Tanks Leopard A4 to A6

    First Leopard A4 (the one Singapore Army bought and modified)

    Dragon Armor - Leopard 2A4, 4./Panzerlehrbataillon 93 (Dragon Armor 60082)






    Leopard 2A4, 4./Panzerlehrbataillon 93 - The Leopard 2 is the best known and most used European tank. It has a distinctive angular appearance and has a powerful 120mm smoothbore cannon.








    Dragon Armor - Leopard 2A5, 3./Panzerbataillon 33 (Dragon Armor 60051)







    Leopard 2A5, 3./Panzerbataillon 33 - The Leopard 2 is a main battle tank developed by Krauss-Maffei AG, now Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW), of Munchen, Germany. It is widely recognized as one of the most advanced MBTs in the world. While the A5 comprises the backbone of Germany's tank forces, it is also used in The Netherlands and Sweden.

    The first Leopard 2 A5 were officially delivered to the German Army School on 30 November 1995. The most significant change to the hull of the Leopard 2 A5 is the new driver's hatch, which is now electronically operated and slides to the right to open. Other improvements for the A5 include steel road wheels, upgraded armor and GPS capabilities




    and the Leopard A6



    Dragon Armor - Leopard 2A6, 3./Panzerbataillon 403 (Dragon Armor 60052)







    Leopard 2A6, 3./Panzerbataillon 403 - The Leopard 2A6 includes a longer L55 gun, an auxiliary engine, improved mine protection and an air-conditioning system. The Leopard 2 A6 is one of the best protected main battle tanks in the world, standing in the same class as the US M1A2 Abrams
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    Hmm.....Tim, nicecollections...yah...btw, are ALL these yours or certain ones.....hmm...just out of curiousness...?!?!

    Thanks sharing, bro
    Anything that can take pictures...happy already lor...(..but...Hasselblad_H5D-50 as my Workhorse)

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueskye168 View Post
    Hmm.....Tim, nicecollections...yah...btw, are ALL these yours or certain ones.....hmm...just out of curiousness...?!?!

    Thanks sharing, bro
    Yes, all items pictured here are mine... BTW some of the diecast toy tanks are sold out so quite difficult to get nowadays except ebay sometimes. Thanks for encouragement

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    TIGER TANK WITH anti-magnetic mine coating

    Dragon Armor - Tiger I Late Production w/Zimmerit, s.Pz.Abt.505, Orscha Sector, Eastern Front 1944 (Dragon Armor 60022)














    Dragon Armor - Tiger I Mid Production w/Zimmerit, s.Pz.Abt.507, Ukraine 1944 (Dragon Armor 60063)








    Tiger I Mid Production w/Zimmerit, s.Pz.Abt.507, Ukraine 1944 - This Tiger I includes the anti-magnetic Zimmerit coating and is finished in the markings and camouflage scheme of s.Pz.Abt.507 as it appeared in the Ukraine 1944.

    The heavy tank battalion, s.Pz.Abt.507, operated Tiger I and Tiger II tanks during WWII. It was originally formed on 23 September 1943 in the Vienna area, before being dispatched to the Eastern Front in March of the following year. On 31 May 1944, it was serving with Army Group North in the Ukraine with a total of 47 Tiger I tanks. In innumerable clashes against the relentless tide of Soviet forces, the unit’s Tigers attempted to stem the flood. Decimated, s.Pz.Abt.507 was withdrawn in February 1945 to refit with Tiger II tanks, and the unit finally surrendered to American forces in Czechoslovakia on 12 May 1945. Subsequently, prisoners were turned over to Russia after the cessation of hostilities.
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    GERMAN WWII PANTHER TANK CAMOUFLAGE




    Dragon Armor - Panther F, Berlin 1945 (Dragon Armor 60043)





    Panther F, Berlin 1945 - Among all variants of the Panther Tank, the Panther Ausf F is certainly the most rare and mysterious.
    Design work on the Panther II, or Ausf. F, began in February 1943. The main aim was to secure maximum interchangeability of parts with the Tiger II heavy tank in order to ease manufacturing. The Panther II had a hull similar to the Tiger, although with increased side armour, and also shared identical wheels, track, suspension and brakes. The major change was a new, narrow turret, sometimes called the Panzerturm Schmal (Schmalturm turret). Compared to the original, this turret was lighter, had a reduced frontage, could take a larger gun, and was quicker to build. It also fitted the same turret ring and had thicker armor. It included a stereoscopic rangefinder and gyrostabiliser and could fit the L/70, L/100 guns or even the same 88mm gun as the Tiger II. An upgraded engine was also included. The failing economic situation in Germany at the end of the war halted Panther II production at the prototype stage







    Dragon Armor - Panther G Late Production, 9.Pz.Div., Western Front 1944/45 (Dragon Armor 60012)






    Panther G Late Production, 9.Pz.Div., Western Front 1944/45 - This model is the first Panther G Late production type. It features the 9.Pz.Div. in the Western Front camouflage markings.
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    Dragon Armor - AAVP7A1 RAM/RS, 3rd Amphibious Assault Battalion, 1st Marine Division, Baghdad 2003 (Dragon Armor 60072)








    AAVP7A1 RAM/RS, 3rd Amphibious Assault Battalion, 1st Marine Division, Baghdad 2003 - AAV's (Amphibious Assault Vehicle) were instrumental in carrying Marines from Kuwait to Baghdad in "Operation Iraqi Freedom" in 2003. All details are accurately reproduced including the attachment points for the EAAK (Enhanced Armor Applique' Kit). This model is a Personnel variant of the AAV7A1 that was upgraded to RAM/RS standards. Modifications include the roof mounted exhaust system.

    The AAV7A1 family of vehicles now being coproduced by SAMSUNG TECHWIN and United Defense L.P., is the most advanced version of the AAV7/LVT7. The unique vessel-shaped hull design, powerful water jet and powertrain make the AAV7A1 family a highly mobile fleets of amphibious vehicle. They travel 13km/h in the water and 72km/h on the land enabling them to achieve effective ship to shore transporting operations in a variety of adverse seal/land conditions

    The AAV7A1 can hold a crew of 3 - a commander, a gunner and a driver; as well as 25 soldiers









    Dragon Armor - M2A2 ODS Bradley, 1-41 Infantry, 1st Armored Division, Baghdad 2003 (Dragon Armor 60033)








    M2A2 ODS Bradley, 1-41 Infantry, 1st Armored Division, Baghdad 2003 - Bradley is designed to transport infantry with armor protection while providing covering fire to suppress enemy troops and armored vehicles. The M2 can hold a crew of 3 - a commander, a gunner and a driver; as well as 6 soldiers








    Dragon Armor - M2A2 ODS Bradley, 1-26 Infantry, 1st Infantry Division "Big Red One", Germany (Dragon Armor 60034)



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    BBG011 Command Group (King and Country BBG011)




    "One great-coated German officer reports to his superior on the tactical situation..."




    and the larger size image....






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    and the larger size image....








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    AE023 Dancing Girls (King and Country AE023)





    "Two beautiful and supple female entertainers dance for the guests unencumbered by too many clothes!"
















    and the larger size image....
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    Dancer No. 2





    The larger size image....














    Next posting will be the Ancient EGYPT Slave Market Set... 4 pieces of figures. Stay tuned.....
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    Woah...ooh...what a great-changed from the SOLID and TOUGHNESS of figurines to...erh...erhmm...hehe.....CurvyWavy figurines.....wheeUwheeee...!!!!!

    Yup, nice shots of nice poise from those EGYPT Dancers...!!
    Anything that can take pictures...happy already lor...(..but...Hasselblad_H5D-50 as my Workhorse)

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    Glad you like it.... maybe should be shooting more of these

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