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Colin K

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About Colin K

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    Step away from the computer!
  • Birthday 05/04/1975

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    Saskatoon, SK Canada
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    military aircraft, modern jets, WW2 aircraft

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  1. Just clicked on the link, and says it's no longer available.
  2. Yeah....if you don't mind a quick how-to on the RBF flags, I'd greatly appreciate it. I'll send you an email regarding the detent wrench.
  3. Bump once again. In need of three Tutor kits for commission builds. Will entertain trades or buy outright for a reasonable price. Thanks.
  4. Hi Ray, I have sent you a PM.
  5. Well, I am certainly determined to make it happen. I'm just waiting to hear back from the National Aviation Muse, to see of they have loft line drawings in their archives.
  6. Thanks, I'll keep that in mind! At this point, I am needing to get a photo of the top of the horizontal stab and I know there are a few other things I need photos of. If it were't for this damn covid, I could go down to Moose Jaw and ask for an hour or so with an aircraft, in the hangar. HAHA
  7. Carmen.....I've been off the forum for a while, but came to check out your CF-18 thread......brother, your Hornet's are impressive. 762 looks awesome with that pilot! I have one question.....what did you use to make the RBF flag on the nose gear? Also, do you have any photos of the detent wrench used on the wingtip LAU's? Working on my own Hornet project at the moment. Hope all is well on your end!
  8. God no on Trumpeter doing a Tutor in any scale. Truth be told, I am currently gathering reference material and will be making a pitch to Kinetic. If they can do something as eccentric as a Pucara, a Tutor shouldn't be out of the realm of possibility. So hopefully I am successful. In the meantime, I am still gathering references.
  9. Not sure if you knew already, but Minicraft put out a D in 1/144.
  10. Going to bump this one again. Looking for at least one, if not two 1/48 Hobbycraft Tutor kits. If you have one that you're willing to part with for a decent price, please let me know. Will also entertain trades.
  11. If you decide to put the other kit on the trading block, I'd definitely take it off your hands. I have been building custom Snowbird models for current and past team members, so I am always on the lookout for other kits.....just in case.
  12. Bump once again! Need one for a commission build! Thanks!
  13. Colin K


    Are you talking about the 1/72 kit or the 1/32 kit? Also, are you looking to build a current jet or something older?
  14. Hi everyone. I am in need of a Sniper XR pod from the HASEGAWA 35114 1/72 US Aircraft Weapons: IX. If you happen to have this set and can spare the Sniper pod, please let me know. Thanks!
  15. Demo jets are chosen based on fatigue life, not how many hours they have on them. So they will try to take a jet with the most available fatigue life, as they really get beat up during the season. Not sure why it's a big deal if one of the Aussie jets gets picked as the demo bird. So far, they haven't been as reliable as some had hoped. Having said that; if you're hoping for fully painted demo jets, don't bet on it. Going to be tails only for the foreseeable future.
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