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  1. Resurrecting this old thread: I ordered pilots from this guy February 27. He took my money and never sent me the goods. I've attempted to contact him multiple times. It's been 230 days. No contact, no refund, no pilots. Does anyone know this guy? Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do? At this point, it's just $55.00 pissed to the wind, but I figured I'd try one more time since winter is coming and that means lots of time to model. Thanks.
  2. A ridiculous amount of time. And no response to communication at all. None. It's horrible business practice.
  3. So what is the deal with Greg at Modern Hobbies? I placed my order with him on February 27 and my card was charged for $55.00. I"ve sent a few emails now. No package, no response to emails. Anyone know this guy?
  4. I ordered several from modern hobby a couple days ago. Can't wait to get them.
  5. Good point. Don't know why I never thought about ebay.
  6. Wow, outstanding! Thanks so much! That's exactly what I was looking for. Cheers.
  7. Don't know if this is the right place to post... sorry if it's not... i'm looking for modern 1:72 scale pilots but am having a hard time finding any. PJ Productions has some - not super pleased with them and I can't find someone in the states that carries them. Figured I'd ask here. Anyone know where to look? Many thanks.
  8. As above... been looking, can't find 'em... anybody know of any out there?
  9. Thanks for that link. I own a small farm with no one around for quite a ways, so neighbors aren't an issue. The wife and kids are fine as well as long as I'm in the garage, lol. Since it's just 20 smackers, I think i'll give it a shot and see what comes of it.
  10. Thanks for the replies guys... just to continue this... I do already have a compressor, but I'm afraid it might not be good enough. Let's see what you all think... maybe it will work w/ some mods... It's a Craftsman Industrial, small pancake style (I think that's what it's called), 1.5 hp, 4 gal tank, 120 psi, delivers 4.7 scfm @ 40 psi, 3.3 scfm @ 90 psi. The dealio is it does not have a moisture trap and the little dial that tells you how much air is there is small gauge that isn't precisely graduated under 20. I'm wondering, is it difficult to add a moisture trap and is it difficult to
  11. I lived around these birds at BNA for 12 years... good to see them again! Nice pics!
  12. Yet another Testor's B-2... The only and only kit I ever threw away mid-build. I greatly overestimated my skills on that one!
  13. Ah... light bulbs are coming on... I'm looking at a gravity fed, double action brush. Paints will be acrylics and enamels, thinned as usual, most of the stuff i've been building is 1/72 jets, so some small detail is needed, but some broad use too.
  14. Hi all: Sorry for this question if it's been covered previously... I tried searching w/o success... I've not ever modelled with an airbrush/compressor before and I'm shopping around for an economical combination that will be successful for me. One question that has come up is the PSI range. What is the ideal range for spraying models? 10-25? Lower, higher? Thanks. md
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