28/02/2017
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One more day until The Armourer is here

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Time is almost up. The all-new bigger and better Armourer magazine goes on sale tomorrow.

Here's your chance to see how the related features look. Every article that covers the main even will have a Cover Story icon on it. You'll also see them listed on the newly designed contents pages. It will make finding all related features easier. In this one we look at the unfiforms worn by both sides during the conflict and how collectable they are.

Get thee hence to the store and be ready to buy the new magazine. It goes on sale tomorrow.
 

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