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biggtim

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  1. Wishing you the best, and a total recovery, my friend.
  2. Helluva birthday present, huh?
  3. I'm good, I booked at one of the hotels across the street.
  4. Well dang. I missed out.
  5. Sounds like you need to have a few fellers over to help you with that problem, there, Carl!!
  6. This is actually at the top of my list for budget bourbon, buddy!!
  7. Yum. I just ordered a bottle of Balcones Brimstone from Texas. Been wanting to try it for a while now!!
  8. I have an Anycubic Photon resin printer that I like a lot, and I use Autodesk Fusion 360 to create the files needed to print. The printer itself and the slicing software that comes with are easy to use, learning Fusion 360 is much harder. Very possible though, if you have any experience with 3D modeling software.
  9. Very interesting! most of those planes are not really sphere of influence, but might be worth a look anyway.
  10. You can always leave them to me if you want to. To hell with family. 😁
  11. Hubert, Would you happen to know why they chose these particular kits to re-pop? Are they the ones that are the hardest to find original issues of? Tim
  12. That is totally awesome!!
  13. My M1 Garand project, finished earlier this year. Started it while I had the kung flu back in January. I showed a couple of you already, but I thought it might be ok to show here, too. Reproduction walnut stock, carved, painted, and weathered in flag scheme. The rifle is a Springfield Armory, January 1954 issue, all period correct parts. Got it a few years ago from the CMP. The trigger group (maybe more, not sure) spent it's service life in Turkey as a loaner. Still has the range dope tag inside the base plate in Turkish.
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