Wednesday, March 25, 2015 - 12:03 PM UTC
Bronco Models continue their Airborne theme with 2 British Airborne figure sets. Bronco Models has also given the WW2 German fans something to shoot back with. There is also a weapons system for the Modern Armour fan.
Bronco Models has four new products being released in April. The first two products both feature British Airborne figures, the first set consists of 3 walking paras and one riding a bike, the second set features 3 figures riding a Welbike, unpacking a welbike and the last one pushing a trolly; I am sure that with having seen previous figure sets from Bronco Models these will be a hit.

For the German fans there is a 2.8cm sPzB41 mounted on a larger steel wheeled carriage with trailer. I cannot help a lot with this, but I am sure some members will chime in with answers.

Lastly for the scratch builders amongst us, Bronco Models has released their XM153 Crows II from their Buffalo and Humvee models. I suspect I will see these turning up on all sorts of models from April.
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So cool! Thanks Darren! God, I love Bronco for the work they've done these past 5 years. I will say the modern market can feel short of new styrene "Action" figures these days; (since Dragon *%#! the bed), and I would like to see more Late-War Red Devils, Commonwealth, U.S. infantry and Panzergrenadiers in high energy, kinetic and firing poses. The two boys on the right will work in an action scene in mid-sprint but all the others certainly don't look under fire or stressed in any way. We can't have enough new figure kits, though, and companies like Bronco and Masterbox are really picking up the massive mistake and void Dragon has left. Cheers!
MAR 25, 2015 - 08:31 PM
Edit: Someone out there had better do a massive diorama with all the British Market Garden stuff. It could be glorious!
MAR 25, 2015 - 11:33 PM
Martyn, no, my bad - I never realized that they were available at all.... Doh!!!!
MAR 26, 2015 - 12:04 AM
Personally I like these poses, they will work perfectly alongside Bronco's Airborne jeeps. If you want action poses, Friendship Models (wee friends) do a range of paras "in action".
MAR 26, 2015 - 01:04 AM
Roger: I believe the in action statement is because in theory at least, Airborne troops are behind enemy lines even when not being fired at. Regardless of the reason I really like figures produced by Bronco and is in my top three.
MAR 26, 2015 - 01:05 AM
Two useful sets, good news. Al
MAR 26, 2015 - 03:29 PM
Very cool sets. Thanks for sharing the news!
MAR 26, 2015 - 05:06 PM
Hi all!
MAR 26, 2015 - 11:12 PM
why not british para set operating a mortar or a vickers machine gun?? and and also a set with paras in assault poses!!
MAR 26, 2015 - 11:17 PM

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