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BlueNosers352nd

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  1. Boy dare I post what I am reading? It can take me a year to read a book, or like the 2017 annual edition of this book I read it in a month. But don't worry, I don't remember what I read 2 mins later. My current read (2018 Volume)...... (sorry, it's what I am into right now). The 13 page chapter on the importance of sheep, was a tough one to get through.
  2. Their is also 2 sets of decals for Preddy's birds (including his brothers P-51 before he was lost too) produced by Three Guys if you can find a copy somewhere. Includes his P-47 as well. I have them in my stash. I don't have the EE book.........off to see if I can find a copy.
  3. I have the H&S Silverline 2-in-1 version that I got a year or two ago, but never really played with it much until this weekend............well because I just haven't been interested in models lately or much of anything for that matter. Any who the only thing I think I would like is the quick pull back option (lack of the correct terminology) to clear clogs.......like you see on the H&S Infinity CR 2 model. Had some issues playing with it this weekend........but maybe I need to add some liquitex flow product to the mix. I like having it on my Iwata HP-BCS.......but that has other is
  4. Nicely done! Sharkmouth Blue Noser......a rare one for sure. Think I am going to tackle a NMF bluenoser for the STGB coming up, one with partially painted (or being undone) d-day stripes.
  5. I'll probably switch and buy a Tamiya P-51B so it's easier to mess with putting the flaps down and pose it just like this picture. Good reminder for everyone. Having built several VIII planes over the decades it's one thing I remember to do (or not to do in this case).
  6. Was curious about that too, as the Z is full here, rather than painted over like in the Profile. Haven't look for B&W references yet, but I always see that profile with the Z covered up partially.
  7. Right Tally Ho I'm in! Someone responded to my new member post about this GB coming up and in an effort to get the modeling juices flowing again, I am game. I do lose 3 weeks with Vacations in that time frame, but let's see what I can do. Started rummaging through the pile last night. So shocked I didn't have a D model. Got lots of Accurate Miniatures models though. So what the heck, let's pull out a bagged Accurate Miniatures P-51B. Now to find a bird to replicate.....but I tend to think the OD Mustangs are just yuck. Maybe a Blue Nosed would help with the OD Green. Then I saw the
  8. Nothing in particular really. Kinda intrigued by stuff in epoxy/resin bases rather than on a stand. Built a 1/700 USS Los Angeles SSN-688 several years ago because it was cheap and on sale at Sprue Brothers. It was a innocent victim of a resin accident. Built a 1/700 German WWII sub that's on a simple water base. Have a Trumpeter 1/700 USS Minneapolis and a Tamiya 1/350 USS Fletcher with some photoetch fiddly bits that I bought last year. Not sure why I bought the photo etch.........glutten for punishment I guess.
  9. Well, I signed up last fall in the hopes that it would spark some building time, but that never happened. Haven't had much motivation for any of my main hobbies (Woodworking, Photography, Models) over that past couple years. The one hobby that has gotten most of my attention, but not a lot with zero motivation, is woodworking. I also do photography, but that has I haven't done any of that since basically Fall 2018. So as my username would suggest..........I like Blue Nosed Mustangs. I build mostly 1/48 Allied Aircraft but might have strayed a few times. Been playing World of W
  10. Newbie here (to the forum that is). Signed up on the forum last year with the intentions of trying to spark the building again........but my lack of motivation over the past year or so has done me in. Modeling and Photography have been no existent. Woodworking has been a little here and there. Been playing a little World of Warships here and there and decided to get a kit, well actually a couple, and see if I can get motivated a bit. So I am going to be building this kit........guess it's a 1942 version. The kit instructions call out Mr Hobby Aqueous and Mr Co
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