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A little disappointed book from a cursory look through appears very technical. Not what I expected. Only paid 9 bucks and free shipping so not a total loss. Will use it as much as I can though. No rigging for clipper ships but I will still use it. Hope this helps.

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Two masts done and working on the Third. Waiting for the Underhill book to arrive for help with the rigging. So plan to start doing ratlines after all the masts are finished. Awaiting for my delivery from Model Expo for more chains. 





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Take your time with the rigging. It can prove frustrating and is certainly a challenge. There are enough people on here who have given very good input regarding this subject and I would urge you to hop over to the rigging section in the forum here and have a read. 

All in all she is looking nice and sleek and makes me look forward to doing this build in the future.  

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