Model Name: Erwin Main Battle Tank Model Designer:Steel Warrior Studios & Eliza Gibbs Model Line: Steel Warriors Caster: Strato Minis Studio Kit Material: Resin - 3 piece miniature Configuration Options:Mark 1, Mark 2 Scale: 6mm (1/285) Measurements: 44mm x 22mm x 17 mm (Barrel not included in length)
Steel Warrior Studios first release. The Erwin Main Battle Tank comes in two variants, the Mark 1 is your standard front line combat vehicle armed with a high velocity main canon, supported by a coaxial heavy machine gun and a 5 tube multi purpose missile system capable of firing several types of ammo or deploying defensive smoke screen and chaff. The Erwin Mark 2 is a more specialized design that is equipped with a long range, precision rail gun, capable of taking out heavily armored targets from afar. For close in support it replaces the missile tubes of the Mark 1 with a pair of rapid fire lasers and then mounts a pair of heavy machine guns in the body to help keep infantry away. The Mark 2 also mounts a single machine gun facing the rear of the tank to help deter flankers.
This design is done in 6mm scale and is compatible with all sci-fi wargames. The turret is best left unglued and will sit nicely in its housing, allowing for full rotation and removal to simulate combat situations and damage. Resin 3 part kit.
**Note: the blue painted example has antenna parts that are NOT included in the base kit **
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I bought a lance of these for use in Battletech, Alpha Strike, and CAV. The detail is is crisp, there was very minimal clean-up needed, and the tank just looks good supporting the... view more mechs in my army. The only flaw worth mentioning is the fact that there are some tiny, thin flaps at the rear of the tank that you\'ll need to be careful not to break. I snapped one off during the rinsing stage and rather than bother gluing it back on I trimmed the others off. view less