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LSP_K2

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About LSP_K2

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  • Birthday 09/12/1953

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    St Louis, Mo
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    My hobby interests are all over the map, being particularly fond of aircraft from the WWII, Korean & Viet Nam war era timeframes. I also have a "thing" for the Century series jets, as well as the first generation of jets. I'm also a BIG fan of all the attack aircraft types, making for a rather substantial swath through history regarding military aviation in general that absorbs me. Also a WWI aviation buff, being particularly attracted to the Fokker Dr.I and D.VII. Recently I have developed a taste for Hellenic Air Force subjects, specifically the Mirage 2000 (what a beauty), F-4 Rhino and F-16 Viper.

    As is probably well known here by now, I'm also a major fan of the venerable Hawker Typhoon; what a splendid aircraft!

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  1. The first is obviously a Gakken publication, but I'm not real sure about the second.
  2. I'm working on the same kit right now, hopefully to be finished by 09 2020. Mine will be just a straight J though.
  3. What are the mags and slicks for? Curious minds and all that.
  4. Excellent, thanks very much. Now added to both lists.
  5. The carpeting is actually some sort of flocking, Joe?
  6. The best way that I've found for dealing with a lot of rigging, is to just avoid it altogether. While I'm a major fanboy of the Fokker D.VII and Dr.I, it's really just a coincidence (and blessing) that they have almost no rigging.
  7. Speculation is always interesting to me; what will sell, what will not. It's had to be sure with no solid data, but it does seem rather certain that some subjects are bound to be more popular than others. Over the last few years, I've seen many subjects released that have no appeal to me whatsoever, while others may see them as "must haves". In all probability, I'd assume, manufacturers probably have some sort of barometer to measure likely interest, but it's still a gamble, at best, as I see it.
  8. My very first site joined was also LSP (also after lurking for quite some time), and I've never regretted that.
  9. Thanks a bunch, Maru. Both items now added to list. From what I recall, you do indeed have a massive stash.
  10. Done. Thanks, Rick. Now added to both lists.
  11. The USPS site allows you the option to download the label as a pdf, then you can print at will, and also have the pdf file for your records. I always pad the weight by a pound or two, just to make sure I've got the weight covered. In all the years I've been doing this, I have never had a package returned.
  12. It seems they're primarily about sailing vessels of various sorts, otherwise I'd be tempted to join.
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