Grey Fox Concepts Releases New Products for Scale Modelers
Grey Fox Concepts has released two new products for scale modelers: an empty Jerry can holder and an EF88C Austeyr with an F2 SpectreDR sight.
The empty Jerry can holder is a great way to add realism and detail to your scale models of US and Australian vehicles. The holder is designed to fit 1/35 scale Jerry cans, and it can be mounted on a variety of vehicles, including trucks, jeeps, and armored vehicles.
The EF88C Austeyr with an F2 SpectreDR sight is a 1/35 scale replica of the standard issue carbine of the Australian Defence Force (ADF). The model features a detailed replica of the F2 SpectreDR sight, which is a red dot sight that is used by the ADF.
Both of the new products from Grey Fox Concepts are made of high-quality resin and come with detailed instructions. They are a great way to add realism and detail to your scale models of US and Australian vehicles and weapons.
Here are some ideas for how to use the new products from Grey Fox Concepts:
- You could use the empty Jerry can holder to create a diorama of a US or Australian military convoy.
- You could use the EF88C Austeyr with an F2 SpectreDR sight to create a vignette of an Australian soldier on patrol.
- You could use both of the new products to create a detailed replica of a US or Australian armored vehicle.
No matter how you choose to use them, the new products from Grey Fox Concepts are a great way to add realism and detail to your scale models.
Interesting facts about the Jerry can and the EF88C Austeyr
The Jerry can is a portable fuel container that was developed by Germany during World War II. It is still widely used today by militaries and civilian organizations around the world.
The EF88C Austeyr is a carbine that was developed by Australia in the 1990s. It is based on the Steyr AUG assault rifle, and it is chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO ammunition.
The EF88C Austeyr is the standard issue carbine of the ADF, and it is also used by a number of other militaries around the world.