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How did you find MSW?

How did you find MSW?  

45 members have voted

  1. 1. How did you find MSW?

    • searching for model clubs on the Internet
      2
    • searching for modeling information on the Internet
      26
    • followed link from MSW Facebook page
      0
    • followed link fron NRG website or Facebook page
      0
    • read about it in NRG Journal
      0
    • followed link or heard about it at another modeling website, social media page, or publication (post name of source in comments)
      0
    • word of mouth
      3
    • heard about it back in the ol' Dry Dock Models days
      5
    • Been here so long I honestly don't remember!
      5
    • other (add comment below)
      3


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I think I joined the old Model Ship World in 2009; I was starting my first build, a  Billings Boats Bluenose, and some other model builder suggested it--don't remember who suggested it and at my age that's no surprise 😀.  It was been very useful when I "got stuck" or questioned the instructions.  I'm  primarily a winter builder; in the spring and summer we spend as much time as possible on our IP cutter sailing the Chesapeake bay.

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Back in '07 I tried to join Drydock Models and was told in no uncertain terms that my .com email address was unacceptable. Not surprised it became defunct as I'm sure I wasn't the only one. A couple of weeks later an online search revealed MSW which I promptly joined in October that year. Been here ever since :)

 

Dave :dancetl6:

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