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thanks to Jeff Hamblen

September 27 2011 at 5:00 AM
  (Login neilyall)
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Hello

about 6 months ago I put a post here asking if anyone had any spare Trumpeter 1/72 scale Stug III 105mm muzzle brakes.

Jeff kindly responded, sending me 4 muzzle brakes, with the request that I post some pictures here of the finished product. I dont usually post my stuff here, but given Jeff's kindness and helpfulness to go the trouble to send me the stuff from Poland to Australia, I have obliged with some pictures below. The half train is finished. I still have the other half but it will form part of another project.

The 10.5 M 18M howitzers were scratched from brass & styrene. The muzzle brakes had '4' extensions added to each, to try to replicate the 'winged' muzzles seen in photographs.

again a big thanks to Jeff for his help.

As I rarely post here, I'll mention Ilian Filipov was a tremendous help too with brass enhancement parts and research.

kind regards
Neil

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This message has been edited by neilyall on Sep 27, 2011 5:11 AM


 
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  1. Looks great - Jeff Hamblen on Sep 27, 10:37 AM
    1. Re: Looks great - Neil Lyall on Sep 27, 8:51 PM
     
  2. Armored Train... - Mark Deliduka on Sep 27, 11:00 AM
    1. Re: Armored Train... - Neil Lyall on Sep 27, 8:04 PM
      1. Thanks Neil... - Mark Deliduka on Sep 28, 12:19 PM
        1. sounds like a good idea - Neil Lyall on Sep 29, 4:10 AM
     
  3. Armored Train - Mark Thomas on Sep 27, 11:22 AM
    1. couple more pics - Neil Lyall on Sep 27, 8:47 PM
      1. Re: couple more pics - Anonymous on Sep 28, 12:01 PM
        1. Sorry for above post! - Mark Thomas on Sep 28, 12:02 PM
     
  4. Armoured trains made in Breslau - Ilian Filipov on Sep 28, 1:38 PM
    1. Re: Armoured trains made in Breslau - Neil Lyall on Sep 29, 6:31 AM
     


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