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Dave Roof

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About Dave Roof

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    HMFIC - Flying Leathernecks Decals
  • Birthday 01/28/1970

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    Marietta, GA

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  1. While they could be, I wouldn't recommend it. When removed after painting, they can stretch and lose some of the adhesiveness.
  2. Not yet. Hasegawa Weapons Set E has two LAU-115 and the LAU-127 (not ADU) launchers.
  3. Both the size and print issues with our early F-4B Fin Cap, set FL48-8026 have been corrected and they are finally in full production. Now that all three sets are completely fixed, corrected fin caps will begin shipping to those waiting. Beginning Monday, the 11th of October, I will start going through all of the emails received over the past few weeks and address each one in the order they were received. ***Photo of corrected part casually placed above tail
  4. Well, it's painfully obvious you don't know what 'expended' means. Either that or you are completely confused.
  5. Both FL48-8025 and FL48-8027 are fully stocked and ready to go. Consistent failures with FL48-8026 are the current problem. As expected, most of the replacements are for this set. I'm about to start the 8th test print with new settings and hope there are no problems. And yes, the number of emails for replacements were just shy of 100 and I have not had time to answer most of them. However, they're all in my inbox and will be addressed as soon as this last part is ready to go.
  6. How so? While not Tomcats, when I was with VMFA-134 we went on two Dets, one to Kaneohe and one to Key West. Both were missile shoots and we flew and expended live AIM-7 while the aircraft were carrying CATM-9's.
  7. I currently have exactly 523 kits in the stash and determined to finish every single one of them.
  8. Nothing gooder than sitting outside with a glass of Tennessee Whiskey, a beautiful woman and working on a model while some good old country music plays in the background. Fall weather for the win! It's the gooderest ever!
  9. Day 1 saw some decent progress. Tail boom has been assembled with only a few small bits left to add. After removing the back of the ALE bucket recess from the inside, Flying Leathernecks FL48-8032 Chaff/Flare buckets were installed. Any small gaps will be filled after boom is sprayed with primer.
  10. Completely cleaned and reorganized everything on the work bench for a fresh start. Every other model I've finished this year, or will finish here soon have either been commission builds or gift builds. This one will be for my display case.......which is currently empty! First kit on the list is Kittyhawk's 1/48 AH-1Z with Eduard PE, Master M197 barrels and a bunch of items from my FLD line. The goal is to start today, the 21st and have it completed by the 30th of this month. Let's see how this goes!
  11. Now you're just being a childish troll.
  12. Thank you and sorry, not interested in parting with any of them.
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