Cool & Practical IDF Individual Load-carrying Equipment

This latest MENG SPS-020 Modern IDF Individual Load-carrying Equipment resin kit consists of two different forms......

The German Hornet

The Me 410 B-2/U2/R4 was a heavy firepower subvariant of the Me 410 Hornet fighter-bomber.

The Heavily Armored Solomon’s Fighting Vehicle

Now MENG announces the TS-025 Israel Main Battle Tank Merkava Mk.3D Late LIC and SPS-021 Israel Nochri Degem Dalet Heavy Mine Roller System plastic model kits.

Results of MENG’s MOST LIKED Monthly Contest Unveiled: September 2015

The results of the latest MENG’s MOST LIKED monthly on-line model contest are unveiled! A total of 12 works have been shared on MENG’s Facebook page. Please see the form below for the final results:

“Special & Unique”

MENG will show new products of October and announce another two mysterious new products at the event. What’s more, event limited edition will be available in the online store at the same time. As always, there will be sections of lucky draw and guess. We’ve prepared attractive presents for the lucky

The Improved French “Hammer”

The AUF1 TA is the latest version of AUF1 155mm self-propelled howitzer produced by the French GIAT Industries under the requirement of the General Directorate for Armament (Direction générale de l'armement, DGA) at the beginning of this century.

The Birth of the “Chieftain” Part 5

In addition to the infrared searchlight, the Chieftain has a laser rangefinder integrated in the gunner’s sight. The laser rangefinder was quite advanced at that time. To the left of the laser range finding sight, there’s a muzzle reference system used for better accuracy of firing. MENG uses the co

The Birth of the “Chieftain” Part 4

The Chieftain turret has many interesting features. The most eye-catching one is the long barrel of the 120mm L11A5 L/55 tank gun. MENG uses vinyl material to replicate the mantlet tarp so that the main gun can be elevated and lowered

The Birth of the “Chieftain” Part 3

After the scanning of the real vehicle and the measuring of details, the development of the Chieftain has reached the most important stage. MENG designers need to collect, classify, verify and integrate a large number of measurements, drawings and photos, and use them to create a model. For model de

The Birth of the “Chieftain” Part 2

Just like the Centurion tank and Conqueror tank, the Chieftain tank used a cast turret. However, the turret didn’t have a mantlet. The turret front was more inclined and its shape looked quite unique. This turret became an important mark of the Chieftain tank.