- 14/10/2015 at 10:18 #32672
Hello all. I recently purchased a QRF Casspir and I am a bit intimidated by the assembly. I have sent a query to Geoff and am waiting for a reply, but in the mean time, does anybody know an online step by step assembly tutorial for this model?
Those are brave men knocking at our door. Let's go kill them!14/10/2015 at 19:27 #32698DMParticipant
I bought six a few years back. Still haven’t summoned up the courage to do them !05/11/2015 at 09:42 #33890GeoffQRFParticipant
Oooh, I did have one somewhere…. let me see if I can find it!
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www.quickreactionforce.co.uk17/12/2015 at 17:39 #35769
Bump. Managed to find anything, Geoff?
Those are brave men knocking at our door. Let's go kill them!18/12/2015 at 00:53 #35781Rod RobertsonParticipant
This might help.
Rod Robertson18/12/2015 at 01:16 #35782GeoffQRFParticipant
Someone did a wonderful assembly diagram for me somewhere, but I can’t find it…
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www.quickreactionforce.co.uk18/12/2015 at 09:18 #35798
Oh well, such is life. Thanks anyway, thanks Rod.
Those are brave men knocking at our door. Let's go kill them!07/09/2016 at 14:09 #48263
Nearly a year late, but I’ve got some photos at home of Casspirs assembled by the bloke who designed the model (I have punched him for you), so I’ll stick them up later.
My wargames blog: http://www.jemimafawr.co.uk/02/11/2016 at 15:36 #51664
Hey Jemima Fawr. Sorry, only saw this now. Please do post those pics if possible. Thanks
Those are brave men knocking at our door. Let's go kill them!02/11/2016 at 22:20 #51699
Sorry mate, I forgot all about this! Let me check the hard-drive…
My wargames blog: http://www.jemimafawr.co.uk/02/11/2016 at 22:28 #51701
Sorry mate, but most of my photos seem to have disappeared. I have a horrible feeling that I lost them with my previous dead laptop. 🙁
Here are my two remaining photos, plus a drawing that you should find useful.
Note that the triangular pieces are guards to prevent bushes and trees from knocking off bits of kit such as antennae and spare wheels. These were not always fitted, so feel free to leave them off. The mudguards were also simple sheets of rubber attached to metal rods, so bend them to shape (I seem to remember that they are cast flat?).
My wargames blog: http://www.jemimafawr.co.uk/02/11/2016 at 22:37 #51702
Some photos of them in action for the rear view:
Martin certainly learned a lot about making simpler models for the wargames market from this experience… 😉
My wargames blog: http://www.jemimafawr.co.uk/03/11/2016 at 05:40 #51708
Thanks a lot, pics and comments look to be very helpful. Will dig the model out and give it a bash.
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