Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Soldier Force VII - Swamp Pirana

One of the most awaited vehicles since day 1 of this series 7 announcement was the Swamp Pirana. An armored vehicle with a cool camouflage and opening hatches is always a must!

 
But not all. Included, Chap Mei´s brand new rigid plastic tent and 2 figures from their new breed, the most articulated ever by CM. What´s not to like?


MIB. On the shelf, a sight for sore eyes. It was way too long for the rush of new stuff!



Included accessories.


Swamp Pirana. Apparently based on the JGSDF Type 87 Armored Car.


Just like the Bombuster, this vehicle comes with a battery compartment that when lifted, reveals a cool storage compartment.


SFX


And of course, an opening hatch! The other one is sealed-shut!


The new tent! How cool is this?! Very. You can open it and fold it back. Solid construction and little details inside.


And if it wasn´t enough just existing, this one comes with the possibility of connecting extra barricades (not included). Great!


Figure: "Colonel Green Hornet".


Figure: "Sergeant Jackal".


This guy is too cool. Looks like a Helghast unit soldier from Killzone.


Status: Unavailable

Look for available original Chap Mei figures, vehicles and accessories at CM Surplus Fan Markt

  


 

4 comments:

  1. Luís Galileu "ToneGuns" TonelliSeptember 18, 2011 at 1:38 AM

    WOW!

    That's a tank I've dreaming with for a long time. Hope to find it online or in stores. This set comes with a lot of cool acessories and new figure heads for my customs. And what about that helmet thing than coes off?

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  2. A great set of pieces, most of all. Figures, accessories, the vehicle and the tent!

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  3. This is not a tank.

    An armored vehicle is only a tank if it is tracked, has a closed 360 degrees rotatable turret with a gun of 60mm or more for direct fire (not for indirect fire (artillery)).

    Since it has wheels this vehicle would be an assault gun, tank destroyer (but would need a bigger gun for that) or simply an armored car.

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  4. Uh... where exactly did you see tank written?

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