Scratch built 15cm sIG 33

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Truscott Trotter
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Re: Scratch built 15cm sIG 33

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Cardboard?
Geeze John the recoil's gonna destroy that carriage on the first shot! 😁😂

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JOHN BOND 001
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Re: Scratch built 15cm sIG 33

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TT just don't tell the crew! :lol:

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Re: Scratch built 15cm sIG 33

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Allan JD wrote:
Sun Dec 13, 2020 12:12 am
There is also a 3D printed version of the gun available. I saw one produced in resin for a game last year and it did look pretty good.
I've got two of the JTFM models which I ordered direct from Canada - their postal service have clearly not yet discovered 'technology'.
Then there are these 1/48 but ..... https://www.promodels.eu/en/15-cm-schwe ... -2776.html
Have you tried, upstairs downstairs on the IOW, they carry die waffenkamer, just in addition Jeff (Jtfm) has been really helpful sorting me out with some specific stowage recently. Friendly and helpfull.

Ooops, Sorry John, not trying to dissuade from your awesome scratch builds.

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Re: Scratch built 15cm sIG 33

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Novista,
Yes use the Isle of Wight as a source now. Was not a thing back when I started buying JTFM. Gone through two other 'European' suppliers since then.

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Re: Scratch built 15cm sIG 33

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No worries Novista :)

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