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So their BIG models.....

December 16 2006 at 12:33 AM

Andrew Smith  (Login Sgt.Squarehead)
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Response to It's an awful kit

Are just as bad as their 1/72 stuff!

What a shame.....The AER 1/72 range is superb in it's variety, but the execution appears to be attrocious as a general rule.

Are any of their small scale kits any good?

Has anyone seen or built their 1/72 wooden kit of a 'Chinese Junk' - I was toying with getting it for use in a WWII Pacific front dio of some sort.

TIA & All the best

 
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