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  1. Tying Off Standing Rigging.

    Maby you have a photo to Svein.erik
  2. Tying Off Standing Rigging.

    Hi, have you try to glue the pin ? Svein.erik
  3. Wonderful work Since an in norway i gress am not going to get this beauteful kit 😂 But i Hope there wil be postet photo of the prosess Svein.erik
  4. Hi Peter Take a look at chuck passaro's jigg for copper plates (istruksjon manual for brig syren) Svein.erik
  5. Wat glue to use on complex wood/metal work
  6. Hello from Norway

    Hallo ja enda en viking jeg er fra sola så får vi snakkes mer etter hvert😆 Svein.erik
  7. R.I.P. Michael Zemmel (ca.shipwright)

    RIP Michael zimmel Svein.erik
  8. Confederacy Problem

    Hi well I did have the same problem but I did by guns and carriages from syren and ........ it diddent work, the New gun carriages was a bit to large for the gun ports wat I did was using the kit provideo carriages and syrens guns it works well for me Svein.erik
  9. You can use the search on the right top corner there are some builds, us brig niagara Svein.e

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