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  1. LEGION 12

    What have you received today?

    A friend of mine sent me this today .
  2. I used jet glue for most of the model so far but when I tried to glue the gun deck to top deck it held for a few day's then came loose . Cleaned all that off then tried Testors in the red tube same issue .
  3. Been having problems with the glue bonding I clean everything before make sure there is no paint and yet having problems a few day's later with parts separating .
  4. Not yet still working on the SMS Markgraf gonna be awhile .
  5. Thanks everyone I have awhile to go before any rigging but plan ahead right.
  6. Was wondering if it's wrapped around the part a few time's or just glued on directly.
  7. Could you take a close up of how it's secured would really appreciate it ?
  8. I was wondering what you guy use for your rigging lines now I know looks great.
  9. Managed to get a little done this weekend working on the Admirals countertop, don't tell her .
  10. Haven't updated in awhile received the wood decks can't do much work at the moment because of the subzero temps here. I have a heater in my garage but Iv'e been unable to get the temp above 40 F , hopefully I will be able to get some work done this weekend . Hope everyone is well .
  11. My first successful use of a photo etch part learned not to be stingy with the glue , also found a actual hobby shop only a couple miles from my house.
  12. Don't see this tow ring ? On the plans so I made a few so when they dry I will see which one fits best .
  13. LEGION 12

    What have you received today?

    My new granddaughter !

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