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Old 01-18-2009, 01:49 PM
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HI Guys here are pics of 2 new Oregon City class cruisers I am working on, Uss Oregon City and Uss Rochester.
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Old 01-18-2009, 03:37 PM
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Where did u get the plans from. I like to get a set for my self.
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ORIGINAL: Deathwish

Where did u get the plans from. I like to get a set for my self.
Floating Drydock has them
http://www.floatingdrydock.com/TFW2.htm

TFW-CA122 USS OREGON CITY CA122 6/46 1/96 $34.00


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I also have the plans ,they are in 1/144 scale. Also try the Plans Master George Goff.
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If they're free, I'll take some 1/144 scale.
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LOOKS like we have the same icons below our name there subcaptain.
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Unfornately they are not free, it costs about 20 dollars to have them copied, it use to be around 18 but they raised their prices. The Oregon City class are modifed Balitmores. 3.5 units in fast gun, with 23 sec speed. This will be my secound ship of this class, the Rochester is for a friend of mine. I find them to be as powerful as Desmonise but they turn a little better and not as long.
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I'm curious, how do you spend a half unit? I was under the impression a unit was either a gun or a pump, did I miss something?
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You take your pump and run it through the bandsaw... doesn't matter how you slice it, as long as its half the size it was before... if it still works afterwards, you get to put three cannons in your boat

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a 1/2 unit cannon has half the ammo of a 1 unit cannon
A 1/2 unit pump has a smaller outlet than a 1 unit pump
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Okay, so in this case we're looking at a cruiser with a pump and three guns, one only half full of shot. Thanks for the explanation[8D]

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