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Have You Picked Up Rubicon’s Vietnam War Miniatures Yet?

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Rubicon Models have been tinkering with a range of Vietnam War miniatures for a while and now they are available for you to snap up. If you're looking to snap up some USMC Marines and Viet Cong Fighters then you have some great miniatures to choose from. 

Bundle Stowage Onto Your WWII Tanks With Rubicon Models

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Rubicon Models have put together a couple of sets for their expanded 1/56 scale World War II collection. Two Stowage Packs are available for you to snap up for both the Soviets and Germans. 

Henry Cavill; Forget Witcher Be Our 40K Emperor! + Hot Bespoke Call Of Cthulhu Minis! #OTTWeekender

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It's OTT Weekender Time! We swoon over Henry Cavill and his love of 40K PLUS check out some amazing bespoke fantasy miniatures and cosmic horrors.

Rubicon Models Showcase More From New Vietnam War Range

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Rubicon Models has been working on their Vietnam War range for a while now and it is very near to release! They have taken some time recently to showcase more of the finished miniatures for their United States Marine Corps including some painted figures.

The Cold War Comes To Full Metal Miniatures

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Full Metal Miniatures started as one man's fascination with the Vietnam War and his passion for military history, over time he has continued to build an extensive catalogue covering both civilians and combatants from both sides but now Full Metal Miniatures […]

Rubicon Preview New Viet Cong Female Fighter & Command Sprues

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Rubicon Models has been working away on creating miniatures in 1/56 scale for those diving into the Vietnam War. The US Marines have been coming together nicely but recent previews looked at the Viet Cong and some miniatures for this Historical period.

Unboxing: Tiger II Tank | Rubicon Models

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John is in his element unboxing a 1/56 Scale World War II model kit from Rubicon Models for the Tiger II. 

Rubicon Show Off Details Of New Vietnam War USMC Sprues

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Rubicon Models has been showing off some more details of the United States Marine Corp plastics which are going to be landing on tabletops soon.

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