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    I am soooo slow!
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  1. Technically looks more like the UB is missing a cover, hiding the internal details, that exists in the single sitter. Awesome details by the way!
  2. Only this is not a failure. It is not a missing part, not an incomplete part. It is a slightly bent part, in a hobby where people are expected to build something using parts, glue and filler. If this is an alert, or it may stop someone from buying or building the model, then I honestly cannot see many models fit to such a skill level.
  3. If a slightly bent part is an issue worth saying, then better think of buying diecast models 😝😝😝 Common guys, we should be taking basic modelling skills as for granted. This cannot be something to alert about... For those with some history in the hobby, just remember the Monogram, magnificent, history series. More parts wrapped than not. Spoiled, spoiled, spoiled 😘😘😘
  4. Check the photo. Mine is just like the Iwata, but it has an "O" ring, as the quality does not allow for a proper seal without it. I guess there is a lot of experimentation and many different incarnations of the branded airbrushes.
  5. This inexpensive copy, would not stand a side by side comparison with the actual CM-C+, but I honestly wish I had the opportunity to own one when I begun modeling. My advancement would have been much faster. On the other hand, my need for something even better (and more expensive) would have also come much earlier too, but this is another story!
  6. One of my favorite side-hobbies, is to test inexpensive airbrushes that should be suitable for entry level modelers. I always do my best to get the best possible performance out of those, so they are not entirely as they come from the vendors (usually Chinese copies of higher level airbrushes). I polish their needles, lubricate the components and make sure there is no flash or residue inside out. This is such an example. I initially started with a pressure of about 15-20 PSI, what I usually use with my normal IWATA CM-C+ airbrush: For
  7. I never ever had any problems resolving issues with PayPal or eBay, both being my standard way of shopping, not only for modelling. My stash is standing to about 70-80 models and I never had a problem when for any reason I had to return and refund an item. On the other hand I certainly support buying from your local shops (I have none) because if those close, then we will miss much more than a shop.
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