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About MGunns

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  • Birthday 02/23/1949

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  1. Indeed very nicely done. Makes me want to take mine down from the shelf and start. I like the NMF and your tutorial on the LSP site is most informative, you may want to post it here as well. As mentioned by many here, it's nice to see one built and that it isn't the "dog" the rivet counters contend is. A hearty Bravo Zulu!
  2. Hi Nige: I really appreciate the work that you have done for the HK Lancaster. That being written, I also appreciate the effort put forth on this kit. Do you have a youtube video on this one as well? If so, can you post a link? Thanks
  3. It would be a lot of grinding and the results could be catastrophic...…….."Just a little more here …………………...oh...………_ _ it!
  4. I was wondering when Airscale was going to come out with this for the B-24. I just ordered mine. Looking forward to seeing how your trailing edge and landing gear nacelle turn out.
  5. Nice to see someone actually doing a build log on this "Long awaited" kit. You are doing a great job and I look forward to your next update.
  6. I always paint in subassemblies. Ever since doing 1/32nd WWI Kits, you have to paint in sub assemblies, makes it much easier. You did a lot of nice work on the interior of this model, too bad that it's all buttoned up. Still, nice work.
  7. Thanks for the heads up on the weights you are using. I ordered a spool from Amazon. You are doing great work here, thanks for posting and sharing. Highly motivating.
  8. Outstanding! Good Intel, thanks for sharing that.
  9. If you are going to do the Dambuster, you need this book. I used a lot of inforomation for the Tamiya build. Not right down to the nuts and bolts but; better than OOB. You will find it invaluable.
  10. Looking forward to your corrections. That being written. I do see the difference between the kit and the WB engines, but to me, and my opinion only I don't see enough difference to make corrections to the correction engine. With the same amount of effort appied to the kit engines as the WB engine, to me a satisfactory engine can be produced.
  11. Nice Video: Thanks for taking the time to put this together and show what the problem and an easy step by step solution. Very nicely done and duly appreciated.
  12. Thanks for the heads up Nigel: Got 'em ordered and on the way.
  13. Thanks Nige: It must be the only place on the planet that actually has them in stock. Ordered them this morning.
  14. Great review guys: I have tried to locate the Master Barrels for this kit. What is the Master Barrel part number? I see a lot of "kits" out there but so far haven't come across the dedicated Lancaster set.
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