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Thread started by Herb

Can anybody confirm that the rerelease of this kit ( from 2014) comes with DS tracks instead of Magic Tracks?
14. March 2015, 17:36
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Frank Krause
Hi H K,

6 jerry cans in the original kit 6440 (sprue N 2x), sights for the s.IG are on clear sprue K. I will upload the instruction sheet of the original kit hereafter.

This probably Dragon's revenge to all those complaining about too much parts. Now they take them out, even those needed...
29. December 2015, 16:10
29. December 2015, 16:28
Thanks Frank.
Neither N sprue nor clear sprue ( and no mention of it in the instructions) in the rerelease.
Well, I should fall on my knees and thank the Dragon overlords that they didn`t remove the metall barrell for the s.IG :D
29. December 2015, 17:40
I like many parts. If I want less i go for Tamiya. I don`t get it, don`t they (at DML) like money? Seems so stupid to downgrade their kits if they are known for having good (even excellent) OOB kits.
29. December 2015, 20:34
M.Julian Marles
What's even more irritating is the kits are waaay more than they are worth when they re-release without the goodies! I understand rising costs - that's fine - but downgrading a kit that is more expensive than an all new tooled kit from their competitors? Ridiculous!
29. December 2015, 21:38
I can take a slight blow in cash. In my currency it would go from 150 PLN to 200 PLN (38$ to 64$) would be just fine WITH the goodies. AFV club has good kits with awesome goodies for similar price. Why would i go for dragon then? It is bloody ridiculous.
30. December 2015, 01:14
30. December 2015, 03:57
Joerg R.
Take care with the Dragon Bison II. There are many issus with this kit. From the first # the widh from the chassis was way too small. The gun mount is wrong, Fug-radio,etc pp. I have one from the 2#, Dragon had corrected one big issue with the small chassis.
30. December 2015, 10:25

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