Introduction to Battlefront
Paints & Decals
Product Assembly Guides
Building Churchill's Wall Of Steel
Converting Alpini Miniatures
Working With Flexible Plastic Figures
A Tale of Two Tigers: Part Two
A Tale of Two Tigers: Part One
Added Protection: Using the Sherman Improvised Armor
Modelling a Red Banner
Damaging Bed Spring Armour
Modelling the Supermarine Seafire LIII
Pwn Your Ride!
Now you see me... now you don't
Pimp Your Bunker Part IV: Final Touches
Converting Hungarian Huszárs
Converting a Hungarian Bofors Gun
La Nueve: The Spaniards
"La Nueve" Gets Some Detail
Pimp Your Bunker Part II: Basing
Modelling Beutepanzers: French Tanks in German Service
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Assembling the ZIS Guns
For plastic models like this, we recommend you use Plastic Glue.
GF9 Plastic Glue is available in the online store...
First begin assembly by glueing the wheels on.
The longer of the two gun options is the 57mm gun for the ZiS-2; the shorter gun with the muzzle brake is the 76mm gun for the ZiS-3. Once you have chosen which gun you'd like, glue it onto the trail.
The shield is attached directly to the gun. The bottom right picture shows where you glue. Don't forget to make sure it is facing the correct way!
Correct shield placement.
Basing the crew
The artillery crew sprue has six figures, and each of your gun teams only requires five, so you will have enough options to give each gun team a different mix of figures. Position the figures around the gun as though they are busily operating their guns. Fill the spare hole using one of the plastic basing plugs. The ammunition boxes let you add some detail, making each base a miniature diorama.
Finished! Happy modeling!
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