Monday, July 04, 2016 - 11:46 AM UTC
Ammo of Mig has three new sets in July, two for painting Russian vehicles and one for weathering German camo.
Modern Russian Camo colours (vol. 2) has six jars for for painting modern Russian vehicles camouflage schemes. This selection of colors for camouflage schemes currently in use on a wide variety of vehicles in numerous contemporary conflicts comes in addition to Vol.1.
The colours included are:
A.MIG-046 Matt Black
A.MIG-051 Light Green KHV-553M
A.MIG-057 Yellow Grey
A.MIG-070 Medium Brown
A.MIG-083 Zashchitniy Zeleno ( Russian Postwar Green )
A.MIG-210 Gray Blue FS35237

Russian Expo Camouflage Scheme, a colour range created by the UVZ design team to be used for the Russian Arms Fair. Although this is not an official colour of the Russian army in the field, displays of modern camouflage including splinter camouflage schemes are seen on T-14, T-15, and various vehicles.
Comes with:
A.MIG-130 Faded Yellow
A.MIG-041 Dark Rust
A.MIG-048 Yellow
A.MIG-061 Warm Sand Yellow
A.MIG-119 Cold Gray
A.MIG-210 Gray Blue FS35237

And finally a set of weathering products for finishing and weathering German camouflage schemes. Includes wash, streaking, filter, pigment, and mud splashes colours. These effects can be used for almost any German Camouflage to create a wide variety of effects and finishes, individually or in combination.
A.MIG-1000 Wash for German Dark Yellow
A.MIG-1203 Streaking Grime
A.MIG-1510 Tan for 3 Tone Camo
A.MIG-1751 Dry Steppe
A.MIG-3007 Dark Earth
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I'll never understand the logic behid these sets... they have the same price as if you select the same number of paints individually...
JUL 04, 2016 - 12:09 PM
Yeah, a slight discount for buying quantity like that would be nice, otherwise this is just aimed at those who don't want to think about paint.
JUL 04, 2016 - 01:05 PM
There was a time when these sets were containing some special colours not available as single bottles. Not sure if this is still the case, tough...
JUL 04, 2016 - 01:31 PM
I admit it's handy for those who do not want to bother with selecting colors. But my sales logic would tell selling them at a bit lower price would make it a real value for buyers. Otherwise you can check the colors they contain and buy them separately if you do not need them all.
JUL 04, 2016 - 02:23 PM
The businessman in me says "Ask for the max price then lower it if nobody's buying"
JUL 04, 2016 - 02:55 PM
I love MIG products but my LHS has Tamiya 23ml for $2.99 a bottle. If they were a bit cheaper and locally available I would but them more often.
JUL 05, 2016 - 01:37 AM
Yea it's great to have choices online but you honestly need to add the shipping costs to figure the paint cost.
JUL 06, 2016 - 09:17 AM

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