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Wednesday, June 11, 2014 - 10:38 AM UTC
A new company is rising, Paper Panzer Productions, offering a platform for designers as well as products of special and unusual weapons.
Paper Panzer Productions is a new company on the block, a community of designers interested in some of historical weapons and vehicles that really never left the drawing board. They have also announced a couple new products to the market as well. The two new products are in stock and you can find more information here.

PPP35001 Der Hammer
The 10,5cm Recoilless Rocket Launcher
The whole kit is cast in resin. You get the barrel. All parts to make the mount including the 2 wheels, 3 open ammo crates, 3 lids, 6 rockets, a length of copper wire and a strip of metal foil to make the rings and the shoulder straps for the gun.

PPP35002 E-50/E-75/E-100, King Tiger/Jadgtiger exhaust set
Exhaust covers come with casting texture and casting numbers (observed on surviving vehicles). They also come with the lifting lugs and, for your convenience, there are pre-drilled holes in the covers.

Armorama would like to thank Paper Panzer Productions for the introduction and we wish them the best of luck in their endeavours.
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I've bought their exhaust and towing pintle set at Munster last week-end, top quality stuff, very well moulded and detailed. Looking forward to other releases. Cheers, Christophe
JUN 11, 2014 - 05:48 PM
Glad to see such fine quality specialists entering the space.
JUN 12, 2014 - 02:43 AM
Their web site(s) is confusing...one link just has information about the company and it's product...nothing else...another link has ordering capability but PayPal does not work.
NOV 16, 2015 - 08:11 PM
Just received PPP's (Paper Panzer Productions) 35012 Casting symbols (to include German cast/foundry markings). Comes as brass photo etch in 1/35 scale. Very nice indeed and can be used on just about any vehicle you choose that shows off tons of foundry/cast markings (i.e., the M47 Patton). I would not hesitate to use these letter/numbers on any vehicle I see fit to use them on. The detail is exquisite yet will be somewhat indistinguishable as to what country the letter/numbers belong too when viewed...which I like!
DEC 14, 2015 - 07:50 PM

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