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PostPosted: February 6th, 2018, 5:42 pm 
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Thanks guys and I'm calling this one done.

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I've corrected what I can on the kit whilst trying to stick to the 'Krap Kits' ethos. Some parts are missing but included in the instructions, some are on the sprue but not mentioned in the instructions. :???:
Limited scratch building and decals from Kopro.

Over all a thoroughly enjoyable build. 8-) We should do it again sometime.
I'll take some pics in daylight tomorrow for the completed builds section.

And for those who like that sort of thing, here is a Moose mounting a Foxhound.

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That is a brute of an aircraft for certain! Meritorious work!

Don't you just love it when you get spares for the box, that you know should really have been used? :???: :-D

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Really nice job there. Captured the brute force of that aircraft nicely.

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Don't you just love it when you get spares for the box, that you know should really have been used?


I usually have that when I service the car :oops: :roll:

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Kitaholic wrote:
Really nice job there. Captured the brute force of that aircraft nicely.

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Don't you just love it when you get spares for the box, that you know should really have been used?


I usually have that when I service the car :oops: :roll:


Oh yes, that's always an interesting moment.....'shall I take it all apart again and put it in, or....let's see if it starts' :-D

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Still love a big Mig!
Excellent use of the big stick to beat it into shape.

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Well done. It looks as brutish as the real thing.

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Nicely finished mate, I like that orca decal, reminds me of the Tu-16 Badger I built:
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Nicely finished mate, I like that orca decal, reminds me of the Tu-16 Badger I built:
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Apparently the Orca is the symbol of the 530th Fighter Aviation Regiment, Air Defence Aviation System (Formally PVO/), Russian federation, 2007.

That badger looks big! 8-)

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