Kenny Gregory
Oct 2, 2017

Instruction sheet

4 comments

 

I got this kit at a show last weekend and there is no instructions in the kit, if any of you have them could I borrow them to make copies.

 

Thanks guys!

Peter Zalesak
Oct 5, 2017

Kenny, why don't you contact Dragon Customer Service at http://www.dragoncare.com/chsmain.asp and see if they can help. I have gotten great service from other companies even though I was not the original purchaser of their kits.

Peter Zalesak
Oct 5, 2017

Also, Cyber Models are a Dragon product and share sprues with older Dragon releases. While I couldn't find the instruction sheet for your model, there are a couple of Dragon Brummbars here, which might help you with basic construction. Unfortunately (according to Scalemates), your kit is based on a new tool so this may be of no help at all.

Kenny Gregory
Oct 5, 2017

Thanks Peter! I’ll have to check it out.

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