Friday, August 01, 2008 - 03:27 AM UTC
More Photo-Updates on Trumpeter's future releases.
This time, two more vehicles, the M1134 images at the bottom, those of the M1130 at the side.

Once again, thank's to the R+D Dept. of Trumpeter for providing these images!
Photos
Click image to enlarge
  • 00396-14
  • 00396-13
  • 00396-12
  • 00396-11
  • 00396-9
  • 00396-8
  • 00396-7
  • 00396-6
  • 00396-5
  • 00396-4
  • 00396-3
  • 00396-2
  • 00396-10
  • 00396-1
Click Star to Rate
2 readers have rated this story.
Get a daily email with links to all our latest news, reviews, and features.

Comments

Very nice M1134 ATGM. Miloslav
AUG 01, 2008 - 08:12 PM
Really nice...I probably should have waited.
AUG 02, 2008 - 08:03 AM
When all those Strykers that Trumpeter promisses are out, Im going to but all of them. Lars
AUG 02, 2008 - 08:24 AM
Carl: "Honey, doesn't this look nice. Do you think I should build one?" Josie: "Yes dear, it is kinda cool." Oh boy, I got permission to buy one.
AUG 02, 2008 - 12:10 PM
Has Trumpeter retooled these Strykers or just made new versions? Is the gun station retooled compared to the initial releases? I am looking to buy one for the Stryker campaign, but cannot decide which one to go with. I had initially choosen the AFV Club because of the crisper detail and better gun station, but maybe Trumpeter is more on par now?
AUG 02, 2008 - 11:34 PM
Lots of parts retooled,include the hull, the gun station ,the tyre,and so on.
AUG 05, 2008 - 01:07 PM
Yup, looks like they have made several improvements on the original kit-note all the little tie down loops now molded on the various fittings, the RWS has been improved, some useful etch now included, and the tires are new (look very similar to afv clubs tires....)I wonder if they sorted out the dimensional problems? TBH i can see my self buying these and just using the bits to convert the afv club kits.
AUG 05, 2008 - 01:30 PM
oh man here we go again i see ther turning out more new kits that will eventually find a home in my closet. . i wish they would slow down a little i do work for a livining and this is not helping matters.
AUG 13, 2008 - 03:38 PM
Ok, well they look good, however there are still the problems with the step rings, only the 1st and 2nd Brigades had them issued with all 8 step rings in place. After that there was only 1 step ring on the left front "drivers" tire. The DVE is still modeled infront of the driver. The only Brigade to have them there, and was later changed was the 1st Stryker Brigade. If you look at the AFV model you will see where they moved it up to the right side of the drivers hatch (facing the front). Ric
AUG 25, 2008 - 08:44 AM
THIS STORY HAS BEEN READ 9,967 TIMES.
ADVERTISEMENT

Photos
Click image to enlarge
  • DSC_0956
  • DSC_0955
  • DSC_0954
  • DSC_0953
Trumpeter ReviewsMORE
Object 292 In-Box Review
by Marcel Drgon
B4 Model 1931 203mm Howitzer In-Box Review
by Sebastian Schoof
T-72B1 MBT In-Box Review
by Sebastian Schoof
Grille 30 Bar Built Review
by Gavin Turner
Trumpeter AT-T Prime Mover Built Review
by Sebastian Schoof | of 1 ratings, 100% found this helpful
SU 101 SPA In-Box Review Video Review included
by Sebastian Schoof
PLA Tank Crew In-Box Review
by Jacques Duquette
KV-8S In-Box Review
by Sebastian Schoof
Russian T-62 BDD Mod In-Box Review
by Sebastian Schoof
Red Army with Winter Gear In-Box Review
by Gareth McGorman | of 1 ratings, 100% found this helpful
KV-220 Built Review
by Sebastian Schoof
Soviet T-64AV In-Box Review
by Sebastian Schoof
BMP-3 In-Box Review
by Sebastian Schoof
Soviet KV-8 In-Box Review
by Sebastian Schoof
Soviet Object 268 First Look Video Review included
by Jim Starkweather

ADVERTISEMENT