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  • mtaylor changed the title to Claymore class - Contre Torpilleur 1910, 1/350 Inside the Armour publications - By RGL
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These were such cool looking ships 

 

class of destroyer built for the French Navy between 1905 and 1908. It was built on French shipyards: Rochefort 9, Le Havre 1 and Toulon 3, for a total of 13 units.

 

The thirteen ships were used during the First World War. They bear the names of historical infantry weapons: Quiver, Claymore, Hatchet, Cutlass, Foil, Ax, Mace, Mortar, Howitzer, Pierrier, Stylus, Trident, Blunderbuss.

 

Thus the list in French;

Carquois

Claymore

Cognée

Coutelas

Fleuret

Hache

Massue

Mortier

Obusier

Pierrer

Stylet

Trident

Tromblon

 

 

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  • ccoyle changed the title to Claymore-class Contre Torpilleur 1910 by RGL - Inside the Armour publications - 1/350

not enough of a focus on this era of warship........and in resin no less  ;)   should be child's play for you since you seem to use a lot of CA in your projects.  

    I've heard that regular model cements doesn't work well for resin.......I've used it on what little resin I've used and it didn't seem to make a difference.

         should be a sweet look'in model in your capable hands :) 

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