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  1. Attached are pictures of my 1/144 Soyuz R7 LUT from LVM and others. All of the PE parts are soldered, which I highly recommend if you have this or any other large brass sets you're assembling. I hope you like it. Chris
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    An-225 help. My Russian isn’t very good.

    I was able to view the whole page on a full-size computer once I got home from work travel today. Evidently the website isn’t very compatible with an iPhone. Chris
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    An-225 help. My Russian isn’t very good.

    I’m on an iPhone and for some reason the page is different. I looked for the British flag before I made my post. Chris
  4. I’d like to do my Revell A-225 with an Anigrand Buran camped out on the roof. There’s a Russian company that appears to make the decals I need, but the website is in Russian. Can anyone lend a hand on how to navigate this page? http://www.ruscale.ru/product/124574/ Thanks, Chris
  5. I’m nearly done with the LVM Studios Soyuz R7 LUT. It’s been a fun project. I wish I had more experience soldering brass before I started it. I’m pleased with how it’s turned out. I was able to buy their LUT for the 1/110 Mercury Atlas “Everything is Go” Kit before they closed shop. I wished I had gotten their Space Shuttle complex kits, but wasn’t ready to sell one of my kids kidneys (at the time). I’m not a fan of the Revell Mercury Altas rocket that comes in the kit. How close is it to 1/110? I’d rather drop in a 1/144 New Ware rocket if it didn’t look too far out of scale. Will 1/144 be too small to throw into this build if the kit truly scales to 1/110? Thanks for the help and sell me your unused STS sets that you’ll never build. 😉 Chris
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    LF Three Stooges 1/72 LLRV

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  7. I’m looking for the Three Stooges 1/72 LLRV. Anyone out there have this kit that they’re looking to sell?? Thanks, Chris
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    LF Three Stooges 1/72 LLRV

    I’m looking for the Three Stooges 1/72 LLRV. Anyone out there have this kit that they’re looking to sell?? Thanks, Chris
  9. Kind of a huge long-shot in finding this little OOP kit of the “flying bedstead”. I have lots of OOP stuff for trade or $$. Thanks, Chris
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    1/48 - Sukhoi Su-35 "Flanker-E" by Great Wall Hobby

    What would a complete Su-35 loadout be if it was armed with 2 Kh-59 missiles on the inboard pylons? Better question: does the Su-35 carry Kh-59s? Thanks, Chris
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    Su-35s in Syria question

    What would a typical weapons load for Russian Su-35s in the Syrian theater? We’re there seperate AA and/or AG loads or a combination of the two? Thank you. Chris
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    HEMTT question from a jet guy

    I recently bought the big Trumpeter 1/35 HEMTT PAC-3 Patriot battery with the sweet Voyager PE set. I can only find two books on the HEMTT and nothing for the Patriot on Amazon. Do you have any suggestions for books or other references on the subject? Thanks, Chris
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    Any B-66 experts out there?

    Thanks Paul. Thats a bummer to hear, but thanks for the information. Chris
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    Any B-66 experts out there?

    I’m interested in bashing the 1/72 Testors B-66 to a Hasegawa A-3. I’m aware that the big differences were the shape of the forward fuselage, canopy, ejection seats in the 66, and the engines. Anyone tried this bash before? How different are the engine pods from one jet to another? A weak point of the Testors kit are the engine pods. Any other big differences out there to be concerned with? Thanks, Chris
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