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Just a Vig showing a US Marine getting ambushed by a Bouncing Betty. Enjoy~NN
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Just an over head view. Expect lots of Creations because I'm done with school!




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  October 18, 2012
Did you know that the Chinese(and Koreans) were the first to make mines,sea mines,rockets,grenades,flamethrowers, and firearms?
  September 10, 2010
The Germans provided no material to the Japanese. Other than the Kika (a copy of the Me-262,) there was no other equipment used by the Japanese in WWII. They were self sufficient. Delta, They are a cylinder, not just a disc. Stop playing COD. The S-Mine had a pressure activated trigger, not a booby trap like Japanese defenses. That's another thing, the Japanese used booby traps moer than mines.
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  June 18, 2010
i love it great moc i only wish you would of lightened up on the grass a little so i could see it better
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  June 17, 2010
you forgot the fact that bouncing bettys are a little flatter than what is shown, and you should also show WHAT caused the betty to go off, such as grappeling hooks attached to the device that shoot out, grab foilage, and if anything disturbs the surrounding land/ground, then BOOM goes the head. other than that, nj.
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  June 16, 2010
Quoting Kriss Olympis Great, these mines seem to be real popular (as a matter of fact a vig with a bouncing betty won MOTD just a few months ago, first WWII MOC I ever saw as MOTD) Great build, the Betty is cool, but I just can't help but say this: The Bouncing Betty was a German mine, and as far as I know the only place Marines operated (or the only place there were jungles for that matter) was in the Pacific. Its a minor detail, so nice vig! =)
I see what you mean,but what makes you think the Japenese did not use them? They were allies right?!
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  June 16, 2010
Great, these mines seem to be real popular (as a matter of fact a vig with a bouncing betty won MOTD just a few months ago, first WWII MOC I ever saw as MOTD) Great build, the Betty is cool, but I just can't help but say this: The Bouncing Betty was a German mine, and as far as I know the only place Marines operated (or the only place there were jungles for that matter) was in the Pacific. Its a minor detail, so nice vig! =)
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  June 9, 2010
Quoting Lt. John Harland Another great piece of work! Do you think you will ever make a World War II battle diorama?
Just you wait...
 I like it 
  June 2, 2010
Another great piece of work! Do you think you will ever make a World War II battle diorama?
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  May 29, 2010
Quoting Ryan Durant I hate to ask, but what's a bouncing Betty?
It's a type of land mine designed to 'bounce' upwards and explode at wasit height. Nice build here, by by the way. I like the look of the plants, as well as the soldier's expression.
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  May 29, 2010
I hate to ask, but what's a bouncing Betty? ~Ryan
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  May 28, 2010
Very nice Noah! Some good detail work on the landscape!
 
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