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About crushkill

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  1. Let me know when you start that Bradley, I’ve been a crewmember on one for 12 years
  2. My guess would be matte varnish, but I’m not entirely sure. I’m an armor guy, I just enjoy looking at pictures of the aircraft. If you decide to build some modern American armor though, let me know I can answer any question you’ve got.
  3. I didn’t think I’d ever see paint on this aircraft! Looking good man! Can’t wait to see how it finishes up!
  4. Glad to see radio traffic is the same on the other side of the pond
  5. This is looking great, can’t wait to see it done
  6. Just stumbled onto this build, looking great man!
  7. We have them flying over the house pretty often and it’s like alien spacecraft with 2 GIANT and LOUD green circles shooting over the rooftop.
  8. Look excellent!!
  9. Just stumbled onto this and I’m loving it man
  10. Looks awesome!!!
  11. Just do some flat silver dry brushing on the 240 and it’ll look perfect. Also, we normally paint our tools entirely tan, which obviously wear off into black on the edges. As far as tracks go, we run 80 on one side, 82 on the other. They’re always offset. When they’re brand new it’s 84, but after a little bit of use we “short-track” them and take off a few. Feel free to disregard my input, but it’s rare to see guys build the Brad so I love to throw in insight when I can.
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