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All Prices in CDN Funds, and do not include taxes and shipping (if applicable)

This list does not represent what I have in stock at ECH, only what has been released this week, and that I can order in. Some items I order as normal, other items are for "special order" only. If you are looking for something, and wonder if it is in stock or not, simply shoot me an e-mail and ask. If not in stock, I would happily order it in for you.

Monday, August 6, 2018



Bandai 1/12 Star Wars The Force Awakens: First Order Stormtrooper Figure (Snap)
$38.75



Bandai 1/12 Star Wars: Clone Trooper Figure (Snap)
$38.75



Bandai 1/12 Star Wars Rogue One: K2SO Droid Figure (Snap)
$37.25



Bandai 1/12 Star Wars: C3PO & R2D2 Droids Figures (Snap)
$82.75



Bandai 1/12 Star Wars: Han Solo Stormtrooper Figure (Snap)
$47.00



Bandai 1/144 HG Universal Century Series: #213 RX-0 Unicorn Gundam 03 Phenex Destroy Mode (Narrative Ver.)
$44.25



Panzerwrecks - Panzerwrecks #21 Hellcat Wrecks, NSU Springer Evaluated
$39.50
Panzerwrecks 21: How do you convert a Panther into a pepperpot? Why was a US Navy doctor taking photos of Panzers? What unique emblem was painted on a Jagdtiger? Which Panzer was left outside the monastery at Wiebrechtshausen? What British unit used a Sturmgeschütz as an ARV? The answers to these and other questions are to be found here in Panzerwrecks 21, with 128 rare and unpublished large-format photographs sourced from around the world.
Lee Archer and top US photo researcher Darren ‘Forgotten Archives‘ Neely team up for Panzerwrecks 21. Expect the usual mix of twisted armour and wreckage all wrapped up in the house style: very high production values, quality paper and binding and five exquisite original artworks from the guru of all things colourful; Felipe Rodna. Felipe’s work is printed as a diptych; where an original photograph is shown on the left page and colour artwork on the right, which highlights the fantastic level of detail that Felipe can achieve when printed at full page. Photos are published primarily one per page and sympathetically treated in-house to remove the nasty scratches and things that can spoil your enjoyment of a decent tank photo.



Wolfpak Design 1/72 T-2C Buckeye 'Last Flight'
$39.50
    New tooling kit for 1/72 T-2C Buckeye 'Last Flight'
    Total 70 plastic parts and Color printed PE, decal
    Detailed cockpit and wheel bay details,
    Color printed PE parts for Cockpit and Ejection seats,
    Decal printed by Cartograf, Italy
    Canopymask included
    2 A/C markings for VX-20 in US Navy
    A4 8 Page colour manual included



Takom 1/35 Soviet Heavy Tank SMK
$61.75



Takom 1/35 M60A1 with ERA (Explosive Reactive Armor)
$61.75


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Re: New Product From Suppliers - Available to Order August 6 to August 10
« Reply #1 on: Wed Aug, 08, 2018, 12:35:AM »
Tuesday, August 7, 2018



ADH Publishing - Model Military International Magazine Issue 148 August 2018
$12.25
LRDG Part One; Bronco 1:35 Maxx Pro; Tough as Nails Part One - Tank Workshop's 1:48 LRDG by Luke Pitt; Dragon 1:35 Kugelblitz; Tiger Model 1:35 scale BMPT-72 Terminator II by Matt Szefer; Tamiya's 1:35 M4A3E8 'Easy Eight' Sherman by Brett Green; Tamiya 1:35 Type 16 Maneuver Combat Vehicle; Bronco 1:35 DFS-230 Glider by Brett Green; IBG Models 1:35 scale TKS Tankette by Kamil Feliks Sztarba?a; Meng 1:35 Panther Ausf.D; What's new in the world of military modelling; News and new releases in 1:48 scale; Last Post - Exercise Joint Warrior 2018 in words and pictures.



ADH Publishing - Model Airplane International Magazine Issue 157 August 2018
$12.25
Newsline; Welcome to a new, regular feature on this increasingly popular scale, we take a look at the pugnacious Beaufighter; New releases for fans of this very popular scale; The Wingnut Wings 1:32 Junker D.1 moves in to its new home; The editor takes a look at the brand-new Revell 1:48 Beaufighter Mk.TF.X; Haris Ali tackles the incredible Wingnut Wings 1:32 Jeannin Stahltaube; Chris McDowell builds one of the world's most used fighter aircraft, the Mikoyan MiG-21; John Wilkes unveils his incredible 1:32 NF-104A Starfighter; We test the Sparmax Zeta with Smart Stop Hanger; Highlights from this year's IPMS Tyneside's (Great) Northern Model Show; latest decal releases assessed; What will you be decorating your kits with; What will you be building in the months to come; new realease books; Events Diary; Contact Details; Next Issue and Final Thoughts.



ADH Publishing - Military Illustrated Modeller Magazine Issue 88 August 2018
$14.75
MiM visits the home of model kits to report from the Shizuoka Hobby Show 2018; The classic Dragon M1A2 kit with some realistic paint and weathering styles visits Ireland to report from the Irish Model Soldier Society's 60th anniversary show; Dragon's 1:35 Elefant tank-destroyer kit with Zimmerit and photo-etched track-guards; The Russian-built TOS-1A in Iraqi service; Photo-references for the Sd.Kfz.179 Berge Panther; Tamiya's 1:35 Japan Ground Self-Defense Force Type 16 Manoeuvre Combat Vehicle; Making some subtle changes to Plus Model's 1:35 Fordson WOT truck; Tamiya's 1:35 2005 Leclerc Series 2; Military model product news; Military modelling-related book reviews; New and recent accessory sets and modelling materials; Sign Off - An interesting collection of dangerous ordnance.



PLA Editions - Abrams Squad #26
$22.25
Contents:
4.- Commander's Display Unit (news and reviews)
8.- RTS: M48A5 (Dragon)
22.- Hotel Kabul (M-ATV Diorama) - By Dirk Vangeel 
34.- Dogs of War (Diopark’s truck Diorama) - By Imad Bounantoun
44.- Canadian Tactical Armoured Patrol Vehicle - Photo report by Anthony Sewards
48.- The Road to Basra (Challenger 2 Diorama) - By Kreangkrai Paojinda
58.- T-80U - By Sean Lynch
66.- STRONG EUROPE TANK CHALLENGE 2018 - Photo report
72.- Turret Basket
72 Pages - ALL TEXTS IN ENGLISH



PLA Editions - Combined Resolve: US Forces
$31.00
Photo References and Walkaround.
A useful guide for modellers and military enthusiasts of US Army vehicles used in the NATO exercises “Combined Resolve” done by the well-known author Ralph Zwilling. This title include lots of wonderful and detailed pictures of main US vehicles like: M1A2 Abrams, M2A3 and M3A3 Bradley, M88A2 Hercules, Stryker, M-ATV, M113A3, M109A6 Paladin, M992 and lots of other heavy equipment.
More than 150 colour pictures.
72 Pages - ALL TEXTS IN ENGLISH



Osprey Publishing - Campaign: The Solomons 1943-44 - The Struggle for New Georgia & Bougainville
$29.75
Victory at Guadalcanal for the Allies in February 1943 left them a vital foothold in the Solomon Islands chain, and was the first step in an attempt to isolate and capture the key Japanese base of Rabaul on New Britain. In order to do this they had to advance up the island chain in a combined air, naval, and ground campaign. On the other hand, the Japanese were determined to shore up their defences on the Solomons, which was a vital part of their southern front, and would bitterly contest every inch of the Allied advance. The scene was set for one of the bloodiest campaigns of the Pacific War.
Fully illustrated with specially commissioned maps and artwork, this is the compelling story of the struggle for the Solomons, a key part of the Allied advance towards Japan which saw tens of thousands of casualties and so many ships lost that part of the ocean became known as 'Ironbottom Sound'.



Osprey Publishing - Combat: Roman Legionary vs Carthaginian Warrior Second Punic War 217-206BC
$24.75
The peace that followed the First Punic War was shallow and fractious, with the resumption of hostilities in 218 BC sparked by Carthaginian expansion in Iberia seeing Rome suffer some of the worst defeats in her entire history.
The Carthaginian army was a composite affair primarily made up of a number of levies from Africa and around the Mediterranean augmented by mercenaries and allies, and these troops crushed the Roman heavy infantry maniples in a series of battles across Southern Europe. Improvements made to their military, however, would see Roman revenge visited on Hannibal in full measure by Scipio, who would beat him at his own game and bring Roman legions to the gates of Carthage itself.
In this study, the epic battles at Lake Trasimene (217 BC), Cannae (216 BC), and Ilipa (206 BC) are explored in detail, supported by carefully chosen illustrations and specially commissioned full-colour artwork and mapping.



Osprey Publishing - Men at Arms: French Naval & Colonial Troops 1872-1914
$22.25
France's colonial wars in sub-Saharan Africa and South-East Asia were very largely fought by an organization completely separate from both the home-defence Metropolitan Army and the Armée d'Afrique in Algeria. The Naval Troops (Troupes de la Marine) were volunteers, and earned a reputation for greater toughness and hardiness than the conscripted Metropolitan Army.
Spread throughout the French Empire, Naval Troops in this period were characterized by very large infantry and artillery regiments based in France, mixed race regiments (Régiments Mixtes), and entire native regiments raised in West Africa, Madagascar and Indochina. The latter, the so-called 'Tirailleurs' were organized and led by officers and cadres from the Naval Troops, and wore very varied and colourful uniforms based on formalized versions of traditional local costumes.
French Naval & Colonial Troops 1872-1914 uses rich and detailed full colour plates as well as thorough analysis to detail the story of these tough colonial units which bore the brunt of French colonial campaigns in Africa and Vietnam.



Osprey Publishing - Men at Arms: Armies of the Italian Wars of Unification 1848-70 (2) Papal States, Minor States & Volunteers
$22.25
In the 1840s, Italy was a patchwork of states. The North was ruled by the Austrian Empire, the South by the Spanish-descended monarchy of the Two Sicilies. Over the next two decades, after wars led by Savoy/Piedmont and volunteers such as Garibaldi, an independent Kingdom of Italy emerged. These conflicts saw foreign interventions and shifting alliances among minor states, and attracted a variety of local and foreign volunteers.
This second volume in a two part series covers the armies of the Papal States; the duchies of Tuscany, Parma, and Modena; the republics of Rome and San Marco (Venice) and the transitional Kingdom of Sicily; and the various volunteer movements. These varied armies and militias wore a wide variety of highly colourful uniforms which are brought to life in stunning, specially commissioned, full colour artwork from Giuseppe Rava.



Osprey Publishing - Men at Arms: Royal Netherlands East Indies Army 1936-42
$22.25
Until 1945, Indonesia was a Dutch colony known as the Netherlands East Indies. In 1930, the area had over 60 million inhabitants and was a major exporter to Japan, providing some 13 per cent of its oil needs - second only after the United States. Following Germany's occupation of the Netherlands in May 1940, Japan decided to expand its influence in the Netherlands East Indies.
Defending the colony was the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army (KNIL). This force, designed primarily for colonial policing, underwent a series of cutbacks in the interwar years before adopting a modernisation programme in 1936, which focused on building up a strike air force, introducing tanks and increasing the firepower of the infantry and artillery.
Fully illustrated with period photographs and full-colour artwork, this book examines the dress, insignia, equipment, organization and combat performance of the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army as it faced the all-conquering Japanese forces in World War II.



Stransky Models 1/144 Gates Learjet 35 Aircraft (DRF Luftrettung, Phoenix Air, Swiss AF)
$24.75



Stransky Models 1/144 Gates Learjet 35 Aircraft (JMSDF, Finnish AF, Royal Australian AF)
$24.75



Legend Productions 1/35 Beretta 9F in Blackhawk Serpa Holster with Magazine Pouches Set
$12.50
- 1/35 Scale
- Including 10ea
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 30 Resin Parts



Legend Productions 1/35 LBT Assault Pack with Gerber Tomahawk Set
$15.00
- 1/35 Scale
- Including 6ea
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 12 Resin Parts



Legend Productions 1/35 HK416 - XM320 Set
$15.00
- 1/35 Scale
- Including 3ea
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 30 Resin Parts



Legend Productions 1/35 M2 Browning .50 Cal HMG on Pedestal Mount for HMMWV & Gun Trucks
$21.00
- 1/35 Scale
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 24 Resin Parts



Legend Productions 1/35 M2 HMG on SAG Shield Mount
$21.00
- 1/35 Scale
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 25 Resin Parts



Legend Productions 1/16 Thales AN/PRC 148 Radio In Pouch Set
$16.25
- 1/16 Scale
- Including 6ea
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 6 Resin Parts



Legend Productions 1/16 US Navy SEAL SCAR Mk.20 Sniper
$92.75
- 1/16 Scale figure
- throw of M18 Smoke Grenade / SCAR Mk20 Sniper
- 3D Designed/Sculpted
- 46 Resin Parts

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Re: New Product From Suppliers - Available to Order August 6 to August 10
« Reply #2 on: Wed Aug, 08, 2018, 10:05:PM »
Wednesday, August 8, 2018



Wings & Wheels Publications - Mutt A2 Trucks (M151A2 and M718A1 Ambulance Frontline)
$61.75
Soft cover, 240x225mm, 132 pages, 360 colour photos and 50 manual drawings



SAM Publications - The Douglas A-4 Skyhawk
$57.00
US Navy, US Marine Corps & Foreign Versions.
200 pages
The A4D/A-4 Skyhawk is without doubt one of the more successful military aircraft of the post-War era. It entered service with the US Navy in late 1956 and served with distinction for many years, bearing much of the early action in carrier-based strikes against North Vietnam during the 1960s. The Skyhawk was in continuous production for over twenty-seven years, and although the A-4 is no longer serving with the US Navy and US Marine Corps, a few examples are still operational in foreign hands, and private defence contractors. Douglas built 2,960 Skyhawks between 1954 and 1979, and this small yet effective aircraft packed a mighty punch and these lightweight, high-speed bombers was affectionately nicknamed ‘Heinemann's Hot Rod’, the ‘Bantam Bomber’ and ‘Scooter’. Upgraded models had improved engines and a drogue parachute, new avionics displays, larger cockpit canopies and more ammunition for the two cannons, and the two-seat trainer versions included the TA-4F and TA-4J series. As noted, its combat career began with the first American carrier-launched raids on North Vietnam, August 4, 1964, and during Israel's Yom Kippur war in 1973, Israeli Air Force Skyhawks provided much of the short-range striking power on the Sinai and Golan Heights fronts. Skyhawks were also in action against British forces during the 1982 Falkland’s conflict, where they paid a heavy price against the Sea Harrier. The Navy's ‘Blue Angels’ flight demonstration team flew the Skyhawk from 1974 to 1986, and Skyhawks were also used by the armed forces of Australia, Kuwait, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and New Zealand. An additional role undertaken by the Skyhawk was that of ‘aggressor aircraft’. During the Vietnam War, it was found that the air-to-air kill ratio against North Vietnamese fighter aircraft was too low. In an attempt to improve this, the Navy Fighter Weapons School - better known as ‘Top Gun’ - designed to train pilots against Soviet-bloc aircraft, adopted the Skyhawk and when its avionics and weapons systems were stripped out it proved to be an extremely agile aircraft, and one which could simulate the performance characteristics of the MiG-17. The A-4 Skyhawk remains one the iconic designs of the Cold War era, and its history and operations are celebrated in these pages of this new Datafile from SAM Publications. 

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Re: New Product From Suppliers - Available to Order August 6 to August 10
« Reply #3 on: Fri Aug, 10, 2018, 06:48:PM »
Friday, August 10, 2018



Scale AC Conversions 1/48 Spitfire Mk.IXc (early/late) Landing Gear [2 sets] (EDU kit)
$16.25
For: replacement for 1/48 Eduard



Scale AC Conversions 1/48 Spitfire Mk.IXe/XVI Landing Gear [2 sets] (EDU kit)
$16.25
For: replacement for 1/48 Eduard



Scale AC Conversions 1/48 UH-1D Huey Landing Skids (KTH kit)
$18.75
For: replacement for 1/48 Kitty Hawk



Scale AC Conversions 1/72 T-6G Texan / Harvard Landing Gear [2 sets] (REV/HEL kit)
$13.75
For: replacement for 1/72 Heller/Revell



Wingnut Wings 1/32 Albatros D.V 'Manfred von Richthofen'
$124.75
-Plastic parts are the same as sold out model 32009 Albatros D.V.
-1/32 (54mm) 3 part resin figure sculpted by Mike Good available exclusively with this model.
-151 high quality injection moulded plastic parts.
-10 photo-etched metal detail parts.
-Highly detailed 160hp Daimler-Mercedes D.III engine.
-Optional radiators, headrest & propellers.
-24 page fully illustrated instruction manual.
-High quality Cartograf decals for 5 Albatros D.V flown by legendary 82 victory Ace Manfred von Richthofen “The Red Baron”;
A = Albatros D.V 1177/17, May 1917
B = Albatros D.V 1177/17 “red body”, Manfred von Richthofen, Jasta 11, late June 1917.
C = Albatros D.V “red hood, tail and wings”, Manfred von Richthofen, Jasta 11, 2 to 6 July 1917.
D = Albatros D.V 2059/17, Manfred von Richthofen?, Jasta 11, 19 August 1917.
E = Albatros D.V, Manfred von Richthofen, Jasta 11, late 1917.
…plus bonus decals for Roden #606 Albatros D.III & #601 Fokker Dr.1 (Roden models not included)