Archive for the ‘Quality Castings’ Category

QRF Russian T-80 BV with Explosive Reactive Armor   4 comments

One of my miniature dreams is to collect several modern (1980s +) armies with the goal of having a company or skirmish level battle.  I am not sure on which rule set would be the most viable.  I like FOW because I know the rules and it can be applied to modern vehicles.  However, I do have Force on Force and some modern forces already based for that game.  Plus there are probably a number of alternatives.  These are my first modern Russian miniatures.  I bought the T80 with ERA to compliment the Abrams tanks that I already have.

Russian T80 15mm (1)

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Posted June 11, 2013 by shermon15 in Flames of War, Modern, QRF, Quality Castings

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The late war Panzer IV Comparison   1 comment

Over the years, I have accumulated a fair number of Panzer IV tanks.  Mostly from Battlefront, but with the release of PSC tanks I added another company of tanks.  Then I got to thinking… wouldn’t it be cool to see how other manufacturers stack up against Battlefront.  In this post we will look at the Battlefront Panzer IV H with metal schurzen, Battlefront Panzer IV H with plastic schurzen, Battlefront Panzer IV J, Plastic Solider Company Panzer IV H, Peter Pig Panzer IV H, Quality Castings Panzer IV H, and the Old Glory Panzer IV H.


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Flames of War Fallschirmjäger   1 comment

During World War II, the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) raised a number of Fallschirmjäger units. The Luftwaffe even built up a division-sized unit of three Fallschirmjäger regiments plus supporting arms and air assets, known as the 7th Flieger Division.

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WW2 Japanese artillery and guns   5 comments

After quite a bit time checking online websites and posting on the Yahoo FOW PTO forum, I have found some good candidates for Japanese artillery, mortars, AA, and more AT guns.

It came down to two manufacturers:  Quick Reaction Force and Quality Castings found through the War Web

The 105mm Type 92 artillery battery is primarily a combination of Quality Casting packs to include:

  • Japanese Command
  • Japanese Artillery Crew
  • Japanese Type 92 guns

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Imperial Japanese Army   2 comments

It has taken me a very long time to finally complete this army. I first start collected Japanese miniatures at the 2008 Historicon and picked up the latest piece on Thursday.

The miniatures are a combination of command decision and Peter Pig. The Chi Ha Shinhoto tanks are Quality Casting. The Type 92 70mm and Type 94 37mm guns are by Peter Pig.

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