While our Guns of History and Model Trailways line of model cannon and wagon kits provide countless hours of enjoyment for our modelers, sometimes, you want something just a little bigger...
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Friday, January 27, 2012
We just finished preliminary aluminum hub machining for our Guns of History Rucker Ambulance being designed by Ken Goldman - check out the cool picture of these pieces!
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Are you struggling to capture that "weathered" look with your Guns of History cannon kit? Can't seem to get the right color? Read on for a quick Verdergris Paint Technique reference as to how to achieve this - authored by Ken Goldman, the designer of our Guns of History kits!
Friday, January 20, 2012
For our railroading fans, we're bringing back our Model Railways line of structure kits!
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Kris Thorsten sent us pictures of the great work he did on the Civil War Caisson and 10 Pounder Parrot Rifle by Guns of History - great job Kris!
Friday, January 13, 2012
Sometimes it's better to let the pictures speak for themselves! Unbelievable job on the Guns of History Civil War Cannon kits by Dave Armitage! Unfortunately, Dave is not on the web - these pictures were all scanned in as he included them with his HAND-WRITTEN letter! If you know Dave, tell him great job!
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
If you've purchased a Guns of History or Model Trailways kit recently, you may have noticed that we are in the middle of transitioning
Friday, January 6, 2012
Our designer (Ken Goldman) is well underway in developing our next kit - the Red Cross Rucker Ambulance by Guns of History (to be released Spring 2012)! As you can see from the pictures below, he's in the middle of developing the wheels for the ambulance. Kudos to another one of our designers (Bob Crane) for masterminding the wheel manufacturing & assembly process!
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Check out the unique build of Guns of History Whitworth Cannon and Limber Ammo Wagon by John G. Meyers! John definitely took these models a "step beyond" the traditional display - way to go John!