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  1. Love your work Mark. Could you put page numbers on your instruction sheets? Most of the time no numbers isn't a problem, but (you knew that was coming). On some sheets it's hard to tell if the subjects are close together. Thanks wayne
  2. I went to google and under images I typed VF-103 F-14B Christmas and received lots of hits. wayne
  3. The thread idea works great. If you have one of the flex-i-files u shaped sanding tool. Wrap the thread around the post and saw away. If you don't have one, get a hanger with the carboard tube, toss the tube and bend the hanger and attach the thread. 🤓 Wayne
  4. I am with you on gloss white. I have found mix MM flat and gloss white 50/50 it covers nicely. The flat gives it body to cover and the gloss does it's thing. Or, you can use MM RLM21 SG white. Same thing. It is my go to white. And unless I need a really gloss white, it looks in scale. wayne
  5. Had a nice 8 point in the front yard this morning at 0800 eatting acorns. wayne
  6. I live in Charlotte, NC and I have had as many as 8 in my yard. Haven't been hunting for several years due to work and bad knee. Now, I am retired and had my knee replaced maybe next year. wayne
  7. Who said he was going to build it? It's more like erect it! Wayne
  8. I am afraided we will have another Munic with ISIS Wayne
  9. Know what you mean about high pitch notes. My hearing aids pick them up and blast them directly into the brain. Wayne🤓
  10. My Hasegawa kit has both wings. Wayne
  11. The person to ask this to would be Dave Roof. Wayne
  12. Lead weight Wayne
  13. I have two; a 2006 with 125000 on it and a 2012 with 75000. Other than regular maintenance, no problems! Wayne
  14. http://images.google.com/hosted/life/79fe23bf5a277f0c.html Looks like putty here Wayne
  15. http://images.google.com/hosted/life/79fe23bf5a277f0c.html Looks like putty here Wayne