Building a 1/35 scale composite-hull Sherman M4A1
|The Sherman tank, a mainstay of Allied armor during World War II, is either hated or loved. Those who hate it are quick to mention its shortcomings, such as its thin armor and undersized gun relative to German and Soviet tanks of the period. Those who love the Sherman reply that its engine was mechanically reliable, easy to construct, and had an adaptability that was nearly unheard-of in a tank.|
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