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  1. What a great milestone. You are continuing to impress with every update. Now you have to think about all those teenytiny lines and knots 😁
  2. Great subject. I am looking forward to seeing this evolve.
  3. Just found this at my front door. Big thanks to SeaWatch Books for the great packaging as it was dropped off in the only pile of snow on my front steps (ignoring the other 90% of completely dry concrete)... Looking forward to sitting down with it
  4. Very nice. Looking forward to seeing this progress as an example of how someone can use one of the AOTS books.
  5. I went and checked my logs in my sig and everything works except the one for the Murrelet. I have tried to search for it and it is coaming up zero. When I click through the sig link i get an error code 2F173/O. Don't think that I ignored it and it should still show up in the search. I don't know what happened.
  6. Dave, I was having the same problem and at the last NRG meeting I asked Ken Foran (author of a great brass soldering book) the same question and he basically said to just use a regular soldering iron and skip the torch.
  7. Just thought I would share a short article on this. Apologies if it has already been posted before. USS Hornet found
  8. Outstanding!!! Thanks for posting this.
  9. Congrats on an elegant model. Sorry if I missed it but did you say what you are thinking of next?

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