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HMB Bounty A.L. 1:48
 

HMB Bounty A.L. 1:48

There are a few changes made to the kit the dolphin striker is the most notable I used info from "The young officers sheet anchor"

The Main mast channel on the open side to support the mast.


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Good to see your Bounty,however it is a shame that one can not enlage the photo showing the inside of the hull espeshally as it is packt with detail.So is there any chans of seeing some more or enlaging many thank s robin b

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Robin,

 

Double-click the photo at the top of the column and then scroll downward. You'll see that the photo you've clicked will be enlarged by approximately 50%. This helps. 

 

Interesting build!

 

Ron

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Thank you for your respons yes I understad this but I was relly hoping for a some what larger image its a pity as you have taken some care to put stuff in and I am shure I cant be allown in wishing I could admire you work in greaiter detail robin b thank you for posting

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