Juepak My second Border kit. The first was the Crusader Mk III - which while finishing up as a good looking model was sub-par as a kit (see separate comments). That said this Mk. IV was a great improvement in terms of kit, fit and finish. The only drawback being the instructions have a number of mistakes, including incorrect numbering of parts (a problem when there are specific left and right hand pieces) and simply not including parts in the instructions - but nothing that a more diligent than usual dry run of the instructions won't fix. And after the experience with the Crusader the link and link tracks were a great improvement - as was the improvement on detail including the opening side ports and gun mount. A nice kit and good to see the improvement on the Crusader. 7/10. Now on to Border's Tiger Early
24. July, 09:21
Kevin Johnson Apart from the gun cleaning rods missing (and these are easy to source or make) this is a gorgeous kit. It's like Dragon and Tamiya got together and had a baby. The Vorpanzer and schurtzen options are quite welcome.
12. November 2020, 14:49
H K Kit is missing the short barrel cleaning rods for the L24 gun. The Dragon Panzer IV Gs and F2 have them.
1 | 25. December 2019, 16:33
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