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Jim Rogers

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  • Birthday 09/03/1950

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    Bremerton, WA, USA
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    Scuba Diving, Underwater Photography, Wood Working, Model building

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  1. The White on the gundeck actually brightens up the dark area and makes the guns stand out.
  2. Think how good that deck is going to look against that green.
  3. USS Constitution by Sawdustdave pg 19 shows what I am talking about.
  4. The “ceiling” is the wall on the interior or the inner bulkhead. I believe on the Connie it was painted green. Have a look see at some of the Connie build logs and you will see what I mean.
  5. Mike is the deck secured secured? Because you might want to paint the inner bulkheads (ceilings) before installing the deck permanently. Saves on messing up that beautiful wood.
  6. The foot controller works great with the Flexshaft.
  7. When the handles for the windlass were not in use where they stowed in brackets or just under the seats? Looks like they would constantly be in the way if left in the windlass.
  8. Jim Rogers

    rigging yards

  9. Jim Rogers

    rigging yards

    The sling attaches the block to the yard...... on my Syren.
  10. I keep my old iMac for the same reasons. I can use Appeture and my 100’s of dollars worth of photo filters which are not compatible with my new iMac, which I hate. I am also starting to case all my models for the same reasons. What about adding glass/acrylic doors to your book shelves?
  11. Which kit did you receive? I was under the impresssion Chuck was just in the finishing stages.

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