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  1. ok thanks Jim do you think the craft stores have .010" brass strips I know for sure my hobby shop I go to has them in sheets not in strips I will have to cut them into 1/8 strips Ronald
  2. Hello there I was wondering if anyone is working on the model space 1/84 scale Victory if so I would like to know if is critical that the thin brass plate that is .010 thick which come in the carronade kit has to be .010 thick can it be .016" instead reason I'm asking is I messed the tiny brass plate up trying to mark drill and bend the part and do want to buy a whole new kit for just for one part and suggestions would be appreciated thank you Ronald
  3. Hello there I am working on the anchors for my 1/84 scale Victory by model space and would like to know if anyone knows the thread size for binding the stock on the anchor I feel I am going to run out I don't think the kit does not give you enough thread the color is not important the anchor will be painted when finished thank you Ronald
  4. black wheels Gary I am not doubting you but the photos on the real Victory show a grays color wheels I can go with black if it is correct aesthetically Ronald
  5. Hi there I am getting ready to work on some of the Victory's cannons and notice on the photos of her cannons the wheels are a gray's color not black why Model space victory's cannons are black I do not know anyway I would like to how to achieve in getting the wheels the correct color of gray, plus I would like to know if the seems are suppose to be visible on the carriages or a solid yellow Ochre like on the real cannons thank you Ronald
  6. the blades 39-925 you mention Tom I already ordered them from micro-marks LOL and also ordered the 1/4 Forstner bit as well Ronald
  7. how do I find his store are you talking about a drill bit or a special knife
  8. great idea pm using a forstner drill bit for your gun ports may I ask what size bit you used to drill for the gun port holes I need one that is under 12mm
  9. yes I saw the post and it is a good idea if I can find that bit I will try it, but I also drill a few small holes under the main dimensions as well thank you Ronald

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