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Valeriy V

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  • Birthday 07/31/1971

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  1. Thank , Gary! They are intended for fastening davits and soon I will show them in action.
  2. To my regret, the Russian fleet of that period was a collection of ships with technical characteristics that were very different from each other. Therefore, it is impossible to call the Russian fleet balanced, this is one of the reasons for the tragedy of defeat. Although undoubtedly the ships were beautiful.
  3. Hi Hubert! I am glad that my reports will help you. Join us and we will build steam fleet models together.
  4. I completely agree with you. And with the author of the book from Germany ....
  5. Thanks Michael! I’ll also add from myself that it’s more convenient for me to process a round bar on a milling machine.
  6. Keith, everything is simple - I don’t have a square bar of suitable section size.
  7. The bucket seat is only for the commander of the ship. If I understand you correctly....
  8. Alexander, congratulations on the completion of an excellent work! Special thanks to you for interesting reports about the construction of the model. The case for the model is very harmonious and thought out, there is nothing superfluous, an excellent solution.
  9. Askold, thanks for the tip. I found there another photograph of USS Brooklyn.
  10. Colleagues, I need help. I am looking for a drawing or high-quality photograph of a 750 mm searchlight that was installed on ships of the US Navy at the beginning of the 20th century. The same spotlights were on Varyag.
  11. Boris, I congratulate you on your wonderful choice. Scharnhorst is a very beautiful and complex ship. I really like him. I think that Scharnhorst will turn out as successful as your Emden. Good selection of photographs by sistership SMS Gneisenau http://www.thefrankes.com/wp/?page_id=1596

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