Tank Killers Campaign

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The Results
79 people enlisted with 38 finishing: 35th-scale Trumpeter 1/35 M1134 ATGM Stryker
alpha_tango Tamiya 1/48 Marder III AUsf.M
barkingdigger Dragon 1/35 SU-100
Blueheeler Tamiya 1/35 75mm PAK 40
Dangeroo 1/35 M36B1 (AFV Club M36 turret and lower hull Italeri M4A3 upper hull, Dragon M4A1 suspension, Formations road wheels, and other bits)
Delbert Tamiya ?? Marder III Ausf.M
eMan Dragon 1/35 Nashorn
eoinryan 1/35 RPG Gunner made of a combination of MIG's 'Russian WWII Hooligan' and 'Palestinian w/RPG' figures.
Erwinfoxjj PTRD team and their victim using Dragon 1/35 '39-'45 Series Verfungstruppe France 1940 & Heller Hotchkiss H35
Firefly74 Fujimi 1/76 88mm
gbkirsch Tamiya 1/35 M10
gwyndaffandy Tamiya 1/35 Marder II
HARV Italeri 1/35 Panzerjager I
jccraemer Dragon gunner from Dragon's 1/35 Marine Tank Killers set
ltb073 Tamiya 1/35 Hetzer
mecanix 1/35 Hornet ATGM based on Accurate Armour's Humber Pig
mimedia Tamiya 1/35 Zundap Ks 750 w/Panzerfaust
mmeier Revell 1/35 JagdPanzer Rakete
MSGsumit US Bazooka team from Tamiya's 1/35 Gun and Mortar Team.
muttley Italeri 1/35 Hetzer
MVisser Dragon 1/35 Nashorn
Nylonatthatep 1/35 Universal Carrier w/2pdr using Vulcan's 2pdr gun, Modelkasten tracks, and a mostly scratch-built hull using some parts from Tamiya's Universal Carrier
opsguy Dragon 1/35 Blitzkrieg in the West
PanzerKiel Tamiya 1/35 Jagdpanther with escorting Tamiya BMW motorcycles and figures from Tamiya, Dragon, Warrior, and Verlinden.
Philippus Dragon 1/35 50mm PAK 38
plstktnkr2 Academy 1/25 JagdPanther
ppawlak1 Revell 1/35 Jagdpanzer Kanone (Perfect Resin update, tracks, barrel)
psmith 88mm (Unknown kit)
pzcreations Dragon 1/35 Jagdpanzer IV/70
roman Tamiya 1/35 ISU-152
rtvmodeler Dragon 1/35 Elefant
Ruffus Italeri 1/35 SU-100
sfctur1 Italeri 1/35 HMMWV w/TOW
Tigerbait Dragon 1/35 Marder II
tominizer Tamiya 1/35 SU-85
WARLORD AFV Club 1/35 Achilles Mk.IIc
warreni Tamiya 1/35 6pdr and an Alanger 1/35 45mm
Wolfsangel Tamiya 1/35 75mm PAK 40 and a ICM 1/35 45mm
zontar Tamiya 1/48 M10

Link to campaign thread: Tank Killers Campaign Thread
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About the Author

About Gary Kato (GaryKato)


This is a nice example of what makes this community great. Thanks to both of you
SEP 06, 2010 - 02:29 PM
A great BIG THANKS to Gary and Darren here, It would be nice to see a recap like this of all the campaigns. Great job to the guys that put it together and Some really great work for all the modelers that finished. Prost to ya all
SEP 06, 2010 - 03:32 PM
Thank you for your time and hard work putting this together Gary and Darren. It is really cool and looks very professional. Thanks again, Harv
SEP 07, 2010 - 02:28 AM
Nice job Gary. As one who was involved in this type of effort I can appreciate what was required to put this together. I would also like to echo some others in saying that it would be wonderful if more campaigns were "immortalized" in a similar manner. Cheers, Jan
SEP 07, 2010 - 03:21 AM
It is intended by Gary and I that providing a reasonable number of people complete a campaign it will have a round up shortly after it finishes.
SEP 07, 2010 - 04:21 AM
Good Work Gents! I agree, it's great to see more features on the campaigns. I will certainly be doing one on the 1/48 scale campaign. Cheers! Stefan
SEP 07, 2010 - 09:17 PM
Nice work. Thanks for wrapping up a nice campaign with this feature.
SEP 08, 2010 - 04:03 AM
I think everyone above has pretty much said all that is needed to be said. Fantastic job to all and this recap is an outstanding idea............... as well as a pile of work. You guys are first class all the way.
SEP 09, 2010 - 11:31 PM
I am glad you like the idea and enjoyed the execution of the feature as it makes it more than worth our time.
SEP 10, 2010 - 04:43 AM
Very cool idea in regards to the tank destroyer theme. Wide variety of subjects for the group build and they looked great. These pieces are very important, even though overlooked, in the evolution of armor.
SEP 19, 2010 - 09:01 AM