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    Issued one round kept in his panzer jacket...

    Issued one round kept in his panzer jacket pocket? ;)
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    That's some impressive work. It's a shame they...

    That's some impressive work. It's a shame they don't show a sound system, recoil, etc.
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    I used to have ignore a lot when this suggestion...

    I used to have ignore a lot when this suggestion inevitably popped up in regards to AC.

    It's either a joke or the quickest way to the end of our hobby.
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    Future isn't wax. That's a misnomer like calling...

    Future isn't wax. That's a misnomer like calling a refrigerator an icebox. Future is an extremely durable self-leveling acrylic clear coating. You could get similar results by using a Tamiya clear...
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    I have a bottle of Future that's probably ten...

    I have a bottle of Future that's probably ten years old, so luckily I haven't had to try out anything else yet.

    I shoot it straight, never ever thinned, @ 12-14 PSI from about 10 inches. I coat it...
  6. Thread: Su-100

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    Trumpeter just released an excellent static kit...

    Trumpeter just released an excellent static kit that can be easily converted using any one of the current lower hull options.
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    I've read more than one memoir that mentions the...

    I've read more than one memoir that mentions the smell of iron from the blood after battle, especially in the cold.
  8. I know it's close, AMPS East holds it shows in...

    I know it's close, AMPS East holds it shows in Danbury. I've been looking forward to this one since missing last year, mainly with the hope of getting into the back and checking out the Ketten.
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    The III and IV (non Tamiya) are the only ones I'd...

    The III and IV (non Tamiya) are the only ones I'd say absolutely need metal tracks. The soft plastic ones don't hold up because of thin connection points compared to larger tanks. But you're covered...
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    Superb work.

    Superb work.
  11. Thread: Dak 10-18-2014

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    Excellent.

    Excellent.
  12. Thread: how to?

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    For our applications, most specs aren't...

    For our applications, most specs aren't important. Unless you are working in a tight space, the larger size is fine and usually offer more torque, etc for the price. Steel gears and all that don't...
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    Strato gave you the in depth answer with all your...

    Strato gave you the in depth answer with all your options.

    I'll give you the short answer on the Futaba, no. There's no bindable Rx unless you upgrade with one of the boards mentiooned above.
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  14. Of course Sunday is my 18th Wedding Anniversary,...

    Of course Sunday is my 18th Wedding Anniversary, at least that's what I'm told. ;)

    And of course I already blew it by asking outloud when I read this last night, 'Anything going on next Sunday?...
  15. If you go to http://ledcalc.com/# and put in 8.5,...

    If you go to http://ledcalc.com/# and put in 8.5, 3v and 20MA, you'll get a recommendation of 330 ohms.

    Best way is to pick up a multimeter (usually around $10) and work with actual voltages if...
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    Anything I've read regarding the writing/filming...

    Anything I've read regarding the writing/filming points to that goal. They listened closely to Veterans as advisors, one remarked in an interview they were so concerned with accuracy that he wasn't...
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    Personally, I'll watch Malick's 'The Thin Red...

    Personally, I'll watch Malick's 'The Thin Red Line' (which is insanely slow) a hundred times before I'd watch Bay's 'Pearl Harbor' (camera never sits still, does it?) all the way through.

    In terms...
  18. If you can't find one or don't want to wait on...

    If you can't find one or don't want to wait on it, you could always go to HD or Lowes and get aluminum or steel sheet and make one (Aluminum would be easier to cut and drill).
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    [QUOTE=Bozarth;11901451Boring- killing, and more...

    [QUOTE=Bozarth;11901451Boring- killing, and more killings, while waiting to see who in the small element gets killed first./QUOTE]

    That's pretty much the definition of war, isn't it?

    Das Boot...
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    This is a ridiculous statement. It's not up to US...

    This is a ridiculous statement. It's not up to US production companies to make films about other countries, besides the fact that there are an amazing amount of excellent non-US war films produced by...
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    I didn't anticipate the amount of lateral stress...

    I didn't anticipate the amount of lateral stress on that pivot point when I did the Trump conversion. I assumed it was a short pivot, plastic would hold up, it worked fine around the shop. 6 out of...
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    You're right it's a simple fix, but I'd worry...

    You're right it's a simple fix, but I'd worry about that plastic sleeve oblonging over time. The point of metal is out the door once you have a weak material in between ala 'you're only as strong as...
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    Is that a plastic housing that the metal swing...

    Is that a plastic housing that the metal swing arm sits in?

    If so, that's a big fail in my book. The metal hull is rendered useless if that's the case. It's like coupling two metal chain links...
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    Vallejo's Hull Red is the same RAL number as the...

    Vallejo's Hull Red is the same RAL number as the original primer, but honestly, with scale effect as well as a host of other reasons I wouldn't sweat it too much.

    Vallejo also makes poly primers...
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    It has nothing to due with realism, it's just a...

    It has nothing to due with realism, it's just a step in the process. Not only does it give an ideal surface for decals since it they won't trap air and 'silver', but it seals the color layer so any...
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