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Hasegawa Ju87G Kanonenvogel - a bit of progress!

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One pod down, one to go. Believe it or not, this took me about 8 hours to do in fits and starts, given my hamfists and all those incredibly fiddly parts. Lots of cuss words, glued fingers, and long breaks to recover my perspective. How I hate little PE parts!

 

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Tim

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Looks good so far.  I snaffled the same kit and the 3.7cm barrels last year so will be watching for ideas I can steal.

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49 minutes ago, Wegener said:

Looks good so far.  I snaffled the same kit and the 3.7cm barrels last year so will be watching for ideas I can steal.

 

Thanks! The Eduard PE certainly looks better than the kit parts, but I hope you're better with the itty bitty stuff than I am.

 

12 minutes ago, monthebiff said:

Excellent start Tim, those Master MG81 barrels are fiddly but worth it aren't they.

Looks fantastic, carry on!!

 

Regards.Andy 

 

Yes, the MG81 barrels are incredible, as are the big 3.7cm ones from Aber. 

 

9 minutes ago, monthebiff said:

And that gun pod is through the roof cool!

 

Regards.Andy 

 

 

Thank you sir! I hope the second one goes faster.

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Nery nice job on the Bk 37... They will really make the rest of the kit stand out I am sure!

 

Can I ask what you use to attach the metal gun barrels to the pod? Epoxy? Cyano glue?

 

Mark Proulx

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1 hour ago, Mark P said:

Nery nice job on the Bk 37... They will really make the rest of the kit stand out I am sure!

 

Can I ask what you use to attach the metal gun barrels to the pod? Epoxy? Cyano glue?

 

Mark Proulx

I used thick CA, Mark, then a dab of thin around the joint to fill it in.

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