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Bear Paw

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About Bear Paw

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    Leicester U.K.
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    Mainly aircraft and especially bi planes.

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  1. Damaged WNW kits on sale.

    Hooray I received my warehouse damaged AMC D.H.9 from New Zealand. Crushed box end but other than that perfect in every way. I had the privilege to pay £13 in VAT and the Parcel Force handling charge of £11 - so a total of £24. Thank you. If I add the shipping charge to this it nearly comes to the sale price of the kit. Bloody hell.
  2. 1:32 scale DFW T28 'Floh' (Flea)

    It reminds me of something from the film - League of Extraordinary Gentleman.
  3. Damaged WNW kits on sale.

    Good to hear Jeff! I am sure you can forgive that vandal for that price. 😏 Andrew.
  4. Damaged WNW kits on sale.

    Thanks Gary, that is reassuring as coincidentally I too have ordered the 'damaged' DH9. Itcost me $89 including PP. So I will wait and see. Andrew.
  5. Damaged WNW kits on sale.

    Hello I am very curious about these and so wondered if any one had got one yet? So what exactly is the damage to the kit? How much damage is there? I am expecting it will be more than a crushed box corner. Andrew.
  6. Captain Albert Ball VC

    Hi Mark, from what I have read Captain Albert Ball VC definitely seems to have been an atypical man of his time. He cam from an ordinary background and had prodigious talents. The track above has fine sentiments I will leave the judgement of the music to others. Andrew.
  7. Sopwith Triplane, Revell, 1:72

    I have built this kit and you have done a fabulous job on what is a very basic starting point. Andrew.
  8. I got this triptych last week from my LMS which is great! At the price I paid for it it cost £53 for each kit which is a very good price for all you get in the box.
  9. Did keeping allied scouts drab give a real advantage?

    On the question of degredation of covering materials I was very surprised to read that most WWI aircrafts life span was measured in hours and not weeks. It varied between 20 to 40 hours, and so there would be virtually no weathering.
  10. Sounds like a case for Cross and Cockade to me.
  11. Excellent model with a very well done complex paint scheme with all the different tones and shades you have used. It was certainly equipped to do business with that load! Andrew.
  12. Junkers D I

    Yes that is much better.......
  13. Junkers D I

    I am sorry about the clicky link but i am having all kinds of problems embedding photos at the moment. Hopefully you can see the images? This is the latest of a run of WWI monoplanes with the Fokker E.IV and Fokker DVII before this.
  14. Junkers D I

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/136052112@N07/shares/t8XU33
  15. Yes I will start with them as I am a subscriber to this society. I will write them a letter ( I think they are that kind of society ) to see what they say. They will point me in the right direction I am sure. Andrew.
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