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Bionix Infrantry Fighting Vehicle Papercraft

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A quick update from Rizky (paperhobby) a Singaporean Bionix IFV in 1/35 scale. Looks very sweet with exposed interiors, quite detail in his own way. Two main variants of the Bionix infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) are in production and service with the armed forces - the Bionix 25 and Bionix 40/50.The former fitted with a two person turret, armed with the combat proven Boeing 25mm M242 Chain Gun; the 40/50 has a latest version of the CIS 40/50 Cupola station, which has been built in large numbers for the M113 upgrade.

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