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Ranger 1 Pct.4

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About Ranger 1 Pct.4

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  • Birthday 12/21/1964

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    Houston
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    Interests? Not the hot weather here in Houston. But, of course building models. I do enjoy spending family-time with my wife and 2 daughters and the 3 dogs. Although I am still missing my little guy. He died this year and 7 days after his fifteenth birthday in February. I love college football! Favorite team (school) well, since I am going to Sam Houston State University.... but I have always liked Auburn which is a food game when they play Texas A&M (my wife graduated from there).
    Well, that about does it for me - at least for now.

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  1. Thanks for the replies. I will try to utilize your advice. 👍
  2. I've been away from scale modeling for about 20 years. I tried getting back into it with the 1/96 Constitution, I found out I bit off more than I could chew. So it is in dry dock for a long while. A year ago I bought the Revell 1/48 B-17G. I do not own an airbrush yet, so everything is painted with rattle-can and brush paints and of course some PE from Eduard for the nose, guns, and wheels and a host of other tools, blades, glues, putty, paints, and more. Funny thing is, the kit was $12.00 using the 40% off coupon at Hobby Lobby. None-the-less it has proven to be enjoyable. OK, now to the questions. I'm going to try to post pics for welcomed advice, tip, and tricks. Ok, I'm having problems uploading the pics. I need to shrink them down from Mb to Kb... bummer.
  3. I've been away from scale modeling for about 20 years. I tried getting back into it with the 1/96 Constitution, I found out I bit off more than I could chew. So it is in dry dock for a long while. A year ago I bought the Revell 1/48 B-17G. I do not own an airbrush yet, so everything is painted with rattle-can and brush paints and of course some PE from Eduard for the nose, guns, and wheels and a host of other tools, blades, glues, putty, paints, and more. Funny thing is, the kit was $12.00 using the 40% off coupon at Hobby Lobby. None-the-less it has proven to be enjoyable. OK, now to the questions. I'm going to try to post pics for welcomed advice, tip, and tricks.
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