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Q. Is your website online shop secure?
A. When you check out you will be automatically redirected to PayPal which provides full protection for on-line purchasers. Your financial information is not collected by the Milicast website.

Q. Where are you?

We are located in the South side of the City of Glasgow, Scotland about 20 minutes by bus from the city centre and happily welcome visitors to our office, although it prudent to 'phone in advance. Firstbus service No.4 stops accross the street from our office whilst service 6 stops within view of our premises on Holmlea Road. Cathcart Railway Station is less than 300 metres away. If you would like more detailed instructions including maps, etc., please ask and we will happily send you more information.


Our office at 9 Rannoch Street, Glasgow G44 4DF

Q. What scale do you produce your model kits in?
A. We produce all of our kits in the original "Small Scale" size of 1:76 (20mm). These are compatible with the plastic injection kits of Airfix, Matchbox, Fujimi, etc.

Q. Are your kits smaller than 1/72 scale kits?
A. Sometimes ......Over a 20 foot length, the difference between 1/76 and 1/72 is 0.17 inches....However that presumes that the manufacturer has properly scaled the model in the first place. Many plastic kits that claim to be 1/72 are not! Some are 1/76, like the Airfix range and some ESCI/Italeri kits, whilst others can be as big as 1/68, as in some of the Hasegawa kits.
Our kits are built to an accurate and constant scale and many customers are happy to add them to their collections which include both 1/76th and 1/72nd scale models.
Q. Are your kits similar to plastic injected kits, and why resin?
A. No. Our models are Multimedia kits. Resin allows us to produce our kits with a degree of detail that is not normally available in plastic injected kits. The use of aluminum, brass rod or brass photo etchings enables us to maintain the scale accuracy.

Q. Why are most resin kits usually more expensive than plastic injected kits?
A. Each resin kit is made by hand and is a very time consuming and labour intensive procedure.The Silicone Rubber moulds are also hand made and have a limited lifespan of approximately 30 to 35 castings. In contrast, injected plastic kits are produced using automated machinery with metal moulds that in some cases last for decades producing tens of thousands of kits!
Q. Which adhesive should I use?
A. We recommend "Superglue" types.

Q. Are the materials you use harmful?
A. No. Provided you follow the instructions enclosed and adhere to those of the adhesive manufacturers, there should be no problem.

Q. Are there any special techniques or tools required?
A. No. if you have built a plastic kit then you should be able to build these. The usual basic modelling tools are required: Cutting Mat, Craft Knives, Emery Sticks, etc., and most importantly a Razor Saw, but most of us accumulate helpful additional items over the years.Remember that when using any tools, caution must be exercised. When using a saw or sanding a face mask is advisable.

Cutting Mat, Razor Saw, Snips, Tweezers, Scalpel, Craft Knife, Heavy Duty Knife, Metal Ruler

- Everything you would ever need.


The biggest job in most resin kits is removing the casting blocks from the model; in this instance our Battlefield Series Early production type M4A1, Kit Ref. BA03. As seen, with a Razor Saw, this is a simple task and takes about 2 minutes, with the complete model cleaned and built in under 10 minutes!

Premier Range kits have most of the parts supplied seperately on sprue blocks to give greater build options and although the preperation method is similar, the construction times are naturally greater.


Score a groove several times between the track section

and the block..then saw into the groove with care.

Q. How do you make the Hawsers as seen on the KVI's, etc.,

This is a fairly simple process once you have done it a few times. Strip a length of electical cable, removing each of the copper strands. The end of each (2 or 3) strands is then attached to a fixed point, with the other ends attached to a hook in the chuck of a variable dril. Rotating the bit slowly will entwine the strands to produce an authentic Hawser Cable. Using the minimum ammount of "Superglue", rub along the length of cable to seal it. Cut to desired lengths. Alternatively if no electric drilll is available, use a simple "Pin Vice" and turn by hand.

Q. What is the difference between Premiere Range and Battlefield Series kits?

The Premiere Range kits are produced with model making and diorama bulding in mind and come with illustrated parts lists. They have more parts (e.g. seperate doors and visors), additional weapons and equipment, optional parts, etc. They provide more build options with some kits even containing aluminium, brass or etched parts where we believe it is required. 

The Battlefield Series models have a reduced number parts in the kits and do not have dedicated parts lists. However, their details levels and manufacturing standards are the same as the Premiere Range. They typically have their suspension system and/or road wheels cast in place, but once painted and given the personal touch, are usually difficult to tell apart from most traditional kits. 

Some models cannot be accurately reproduced in a simplified form and still retain scale integrity and accuracy. Those will always be Premier kits.

Q. What do I do if I have any problems with your kits?
A. Simply contact us. We take pride in our products and if you are dissatisfied with the kit then please, do let us know, and we will do our utmost to resolve the problem.
Q Do your kits come with Decals?
A. No. Our kits do not have decals supplied with them however we carry the full ranges of both Aleran and Dan Taylor Modelworks decal ranges which covers most of our models.


Who paints your Display Models?


Many customers, especially at exhibitions, ask who paints our Display Models. Most are painted by Michael Tooth who has now

decided to make his services available to the public. We recommend his service.

Q. What if I have more questions?
A. Browse the site and if you still have questions, please contact us by e-mail:

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