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Master Box 1/35 Attack - 8th Pennsylvania Cavalry 89th regiment Pennsylvanian Volunteers, Battle of Chancellorsville, May 2nd, 1863 Kit First Look

By Dave Manter

Date of Review February 2013 Manufacturer Master Box
Subject Attack Scale 1/35
Kit Number 3550 Primary Media Styrene
Pros Outstanding subject with great detail Cons None
Skill Level Advanced MSRP (USD) $21.99

First Look


This kit consists of 91 parts molded in tan plastic that will allow you to make 3 mounted figures with all of their gear and their horses. All of the parts are very well molded and flash is at a minimum. The detail on the figures is really good with the faces and hands looking very good. Expressions and the animation are outstanding. The horses also feature really nice animation and have a great sense of movement. All of the equipment is equally as nice.

Overall this set and its diorama potential is only limited by your imagination. Master Box should be commended for producing sets like this that will allow you to build unique subjects at a very affordable price.

My sincere thanks to DML for this review sample!