Saturday, 6 August 2016

15mm US Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle........

.....from Khurasan Miniatures.

The M1126 Infantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV) is an armoured personnel carrier and part of the Stryker family of vehicles (derived from the Canadian LAV III/Swiss MOWAG Piranha IIIH 8x8) used by the United States Army.

Some more forces for the US boys, resin and metal from Khurasan and not bad at all, gone with GW Tallarn Sand as basecoat and stanby for us colour, can change now! 15mm Khurasan infantryman for some scale.......






15mm US infantryman from Khurasan just to give some idea of scale.......


70 comments:

  1. The paint job is good, it looks quite realistic as a modern US vehicle. I just do not like the look of the real life vehicle. No matter how well it is painted. But the Forces of Franonia continue to expand.

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    1. I have to agree Clint, ugly as fecking sin!

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  2. you're playing with cars, again, Fran :PPP

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  3. Great work sir! Really love your "cars" :)

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  4. Very nice Fran, I like the way you have distributed the stowage on the vehicles. I still like to see your Moderns in a batrep soonish though!

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  5. Nice work Francois, when will we see a game with these then?

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    1. Indeed let me know as well. And what rules you will use.

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    2. Just waiting for a 6 by 4 space Ray and Bolt Action Modern Clint!

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  6. Exellent addition to your collection !

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  7. Those "cars" eat other cars for breakfast. Awesome job indeed.

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  8. Nice great to see the models outside of the web store.

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  9. Fran I'm beginning to think your building your own private army to take over the world! They sure do look good, you swing a mean brush sir!

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  10. Great brushwork Fran, nice vehicles :-)

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  11. Loving these Fran, great additions to the motor pool.

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  12. Nice work dude. I have soft spot for Strykers they always remind me of Monster Nation a zombie novel series I like.

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    1. Haven't heard of that one, will have to look it up!

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  13. Damn nice work there Fran! Love them.

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  14. Oh tasty looking battle buses!

    nicely done Fran.

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  15. Another great set of vehicles Fran!

    Christopher

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  16. Very nice looking models. Cool

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  17. ya know, if they equip with optional Air Conditioning, I'd be interested in test driving one on like some desert sand dunes, really ;)

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  18. They look good. Also, I like the area you have set up for taking pictures.

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  19. My General, pretty soon you'll be able to use the campaign slogan, "An AFV in every garage!" You've got my vote.

    Hail Franonia!!

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  20. Boy, you've got some cool 15mm kit mate!!

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  21. You did a fine job painting those. The grass is a great touch.

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  22. They look great Fran! I like the beaten up stowage you added.

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    1. Glad the old man is better!

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    2. Hey, where you at? You know I pay attention and when you're not around I worry. I hope everything is okay.

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  23. Really like these and will check them out- nice one ☺

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  24. I'm with Anne - great work Fran - the stowage really pips them over the top.

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  25. I'm with Anne - great work Fran - the stowage really pips them over the top.

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  26. Beautiful 'cars' and wonderful details sir Francis!

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  27. The name sounds very familiar. I'm wondering if a family member rode in them or not or if I've just read about them here. Either way, looking good Fran...as always!

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  28. They look great! Wonderful job on the details. Those things are like refrigerators with wheels, but I imagine there are no frosty beers inside...

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  29. Really nice vehicle and great painting work. This is one of my favorite US AFV.

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