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    Re: Briston Bulldog 1/72

    Post  Tancred on Mon Oct 22, 2012 9:25 pm


    Prosit Robert well done! cheers


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    Re: Briston Bulldog 1/72

    Post  skyhigh on Mon Oct 22, 2012 10:05 pm

    Prosit Robert ,and you are a fast learner...... cheers

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    Re: Briston Bulldog 1/72

    Post  iCocker on Tue Oct 23, 2012 9:20 am

    I think rock is far too large for an airfield IMHO take it off ... I would leave a patch of soil as is gives a better an idea of natural ground then a turf like terrain ... x'tahseb?

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    Re: Briston Bulldog 1/72

    Post  Robert on Tue Oct 23, 2012 10:00 am

    iCocker wrote:I think rock is far too large for an airfield IMHO take it off ... I would leave a patch of soil as is gives a better an idea of natural ground then a turf like terrain ... x'tahseb?

    Yes, I agree Ivan. It will be nicer

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    Post  Dottore on Thu Oct 25, 2012 11:22 am

    As i said at the club really love what you've done with this 'experiment'. Almost tempt me to venture out of AFV's for a stroll myself...

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    Re: Briston Bulldog 1/72

    Post  Wayne on Thu Oct 25, 2012 1:03 pm

    Dottore wrote:As i said at the club really love what you've done with this 'experiment'. Almost tempt me to venture out of AFV's for a stroll myself...

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    Re: Briston Bulldog 1/72

    Post  iCocker on Thu Oct 25, 2012 1:21 pm

    Dottore wrote:As i said at the club really love what you've done with this 'experiment'. Almost tempt me to venture out of AFV's for a stroll myself...

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    First finish that T59 then we see ... I am still doing my long pilgrimage to redempt after starting a Stuka this summer Smile yes I sinned!

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    Re: Briston Bulldog 1/72

    Post  Wayne on Thu Oct 25, 2012 1:47 pm

    iCocker wrote:
    Dottore wrote:As i said at the club really love what you've done with this 'experiment'. Almost tempt me to venture out of AFV's for a stroll myself...

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    First finish that T59 then we see ... I am still doing my long pilgrimage to redempt after starting a Stuka this summer Smile yes I sinned!

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    Re: Briston Bulldog 1/72

    Post  iCocker on Thu Oct 25, 2012 3:02 pm

    That one aswell ... it's a flying tank hux [that's my second sin] ... but the first will be the Italian one [picchaetello if spelled good] used over Malta Smile

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    Re: Briston Bulldog 1/72

    Post  skyhigh on Thu Oct 25, 2012 5:31 pm

    iCocker wrote:That one aswell ... it's a flying tank hux [that's my second sin] ... but the first will be the Italian one [picchaetello if spelled good] used over Malta Smile



    yes yes Ivan ..is it a B or a D...
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    Re: Briston Bulldog 1/72

    Post  iCocker on Thu Oct 25, 2012 7:35 pm

    From what I found the first Latin Stukas were B1 and B2s then changed to R, during Operation Husky they had some DORAs as well ... always loved this mean aircraft, only it's gonna be the size I started modelling with 1/72 for now ... : )

    The tankbuster I have is a G2 but can be easily turned into an D5 or D8 Night fighter ... yet the tank buster is also an aggresive looking bird! But let's talk about this elsewere hux we hijacked this thread!

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    Re: Briston Bulldog 1/72

    Post  Wayne on Thu Oct 25, 2012 8:32 pm

    iCocker wrote:From what I found the first Latin Stukas were B1 and B2s then changed to R, during Operation Husky they had some DORAs as well ... always loved this mean aircraft, only it's gonna be the size I started modelling with 1/72 for now ... : )

    The tankbuster I have is a G2 but can be easily turned into an D5 or D8 Night fighter ... yet the tank buster is also an aggresive looking bird! But let's talk about this elsewere hux we hijacked this thread!

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    I agree with Ivan, this thread has been officially Hijacked. Apologies to Robert and shame on us for doing it (at least Ray's hands are clean of this one tongue )


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    Re: Briston Bulldog 1/72

    Post  Ray on Fri Oct 26, 2012 7:27 am

    Wayne wrote:
    iCocker wrote:From what I found the first Latin Stukas were B1 and B2s then changed to R, during Operation Husky they had some DORAs as well ... always loved this mean aircraft, only it's gonna be the size I started modelling with 1/72 for now ... : )

    The tankbuster I have is a G2 but can be easily turned into an D5 or D8 Night fighter ... yet the tank buster is also an aggresive looking bird! But let's talk about this elsewere hux we hijacked this thread!

    Ivan

    I agree with Ivan, this thread has been officially Hijacked. Apologies to Robert and shame on us for doing it (at least Ray's hands are clean of this one tongue )

    AMEN cheers

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