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Welcome to Military Modelling Magazine, Volume 47, Number 10, which, more by accident than design, contains the most articles so far during my tenure. So, what have we shoe-horned in this month? There are no less than eleven articles to choose from beginning with a Canadian Leopard by Michael Shackleton then Wouter Vrints operates outside of his comfort zone with a wrecked T-62. Keith Sharples finishes off his scratch-built Sherman; an article which is designed to encourage you to take up scratch building and to learn from some of the techniques he has applied to this project rather than focussing on the actual subject. The interesting little Shi-Ke tractor and Toby Knight’s Marder III follow and Ray Westlake continues his series about the 19th and early 20th Century engineers. A larger than life Zulu king is our figure of the month and Mike Bunn takes us back to modelling basics; this time looking at tools. There are two show reports; one on Tank Fest and one covering World Expo 2017 which sandwiches another thought provoking article by Ivan Cocker about weathering; inspiration really is all around us! All the best Martyn

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