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  1. Thank you to everyone who attended the show again this year, we really hope you had a great time, it's nice to see so many people again. We tried to air out the hall as often as possible, by opening the outer doors as often as we could, but this had a little effect within the hall, we've also badgered the venue staff to switch on the air extraction system, but were greeted with the same replay "It's broken". I can report one theft on the day, a sleeve of Jaffa Cake apparently found their way, into the possession of the security staff, I'm assured Duncan B had no knowledge of this (as he handed them over) which were promptly dispatched. Hope to see you all again next year, and we'll try and work out a way to keep the hall temperature down. Best wishes Norman D.
  2. I bought this compressor after reading this review, cracking piece of kit, well recommended if you're thinking of buying a compressor.
  3. Bear have you tried the Deluxe odourless super glue, it's very good, no fumes at all.
  4. I'm loving the whole build, I have the same kit which I'll be building at some stage, I know where I'll be looking for reference, excellent work Rick ‚Äč
  5. How old is the bottle of klear? and how many times has it been open, I has similar problems, then I bought a new bottle and noticed how foggy looking the klear was in the old bottle, when compared side by side to the new one, might be the klear has started to harden off in the bottle.
  6. Any idea of the release price? ... so, so tempted to order one
  7. That is simply one stunning model, weathered to perfection
  8. Excellent Mig 21 .. top work, I love the finished result
  9. I've just bought one of THESE from Maplin and can I just say it's bright, very bright on the low to mid setting, the top end setting I'm afraid I'll melt my worktop, it's not cheap, but I've read many reviews and it was very well rated, so took the plunge, I'll see what it's like after a while of use.
  10. Cheers Wyverns4 for the tip, bought some today from the body shop and they do look like they'll last Thank you all for your input Norm
  11. Hi Guys I've had some squadron sanding sticks for many years and they've been excellent, although worn, I've downgraded them to polishing tasks now, so I replaced like for like with new ones, thing is, these new ones are wearing away quicker than I thought and only after a few uses. I've been to a few nail salons shops in the area and asked if they sold the ones they used (raised a few eyebrows asking) but they don't sell to the public and the manufacturer she gave me will only sell in bulk. So what's the best out there at the moment, that fellow modellers recommend. Thank you in advance Norman
  12. looking very impressive, I'm enjoying following this build Warren
  13. small snippet of my ebay account (Don't tell the Mrs)
  14. I didn't Julien, I have two of them, well shall we say, being watched and ready to strike ... I really hate the reviewers on here
  15. Please no more Eduard Mig-21 reviews, my wallet will be eternally grateful, well maybe a few more Stuff I've bought in the last few weeks
  16. I'm really beginning to hate these reviews, that's three Eduard Mig-21 kits and an untold amount of Brassin resin parts I've bought in the last few weeks, my poor wallet is screaming in agony (this kit should be delivered tomorrow
  17. The Corvett could really do with some plastic to enhance it
  18. I bought the H&S infinity at our model show from Paul at the weekend, although I've not tested it yet, the quality of manufacturing speaks for itself.
  19. Now that is some very nice work ... another interested party member
  20. You can always keep the compressor a bit more cooler by rigging up an old fan of some sort ... I've used an old processor cooling fan from a old computer, wired up to a 6 volt Dc power supply ...works a treat too on long airbrush sessions
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