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    Photo etched parts question

    I have the Big Ed set for the A6M2. So it's all the photo etched parts available for the A6M2. Just curious if they are compatible with the A6M5.
  2. Will PE parts for a Tamiya 1/32 A6M2 work for a A6M5?
  3. Again, Thanks for the great leads and advice. This will definitely help my future builds. I am starting a couple plane kits here shortly. I will post my work in progress and await the onslaught of constructive critiscism!! Thanks all for your time!!
  4. I'm a newbie here and I've just recently got back into modeling. I did a search first before asking this question, but I didn't find exactly what I was looking for, so here it goes. Because of my 20 year break from modeling I need a little refresher on what types of glues, paints and tools you guys recommend and use. Any help will be appreciated.
  5. Hey Kevin, I checked out your work in progress posts. You ended up with a fantastic model!! Nice job! I can see why I will need to wait a while before taking on the Zero. The amount of time needed to put up a good effort is well worth the end product!!
  6. WOW!! Thanks all for the welcome and great advice. I will be waiting to build this kit until I've completed some others first. For me, it's a kit like this that gets me excited to get back into the hobby. I also purchased the BigEd PE kit to go with this build. I have alot to learn but well worth the time and effort!!
  7. I recently purchased a 1/32 Tamiya Mitsubishi A6M5 Model 52 (Zeke) Zero. My question is, are there any secrets, tricks or things to avoid when builidng this model? I have only recently taken up model building after a 20 year hiatus. There are many new tools, and techniques that are being employed nowadays. I really could some insider help before tackling this beauty. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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