Builds A-1 AD-6 Douglas Skyraider in 1/32nd scale

Big decision coming on this engine. I think I may be able to make something of it
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'Tracers work both ways'.
And if firing into sandy soil, tracer isn't needed.
Soil would not generally be a target, and API + API-T would seem to be a better round for not so thin skinned non-flying targets.

Also, aircraft generally seem to accomplish "fire and move" rather well.
 
Three more investments......

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I won’t use the leads as they are shite

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I should have bought the ZM Ordnance....
 
Is that the advertising photo or your finished engine?
no that’s the advertising photo. I’ll use all of the etch apart from those shields and the wiring. Their was no wiring shield on the engine. That’s another example of the etch manufacturer making things up. The rest of it looks pretty good and should raise the standard of the engine to the one in the ZM kit. It means the engine will be good enough to expose. Fnar...
 

LARD

War Hero
no that’s the advertising photo. I’ll use all of the etch apart from those shields and the wiring. Their was no wiring shield on the engine. That’s another example of the etch manufacturer making things up. The rest of it looks pretty good and should raise the standard of the engine to the one in the ZM kit. It means the engine will be good enough to expose. Fnar...
'Expose', as it will be in when it dives off the piano...…..
 
When it comes time to apply weathering, remember to add plenty of oil...

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