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Wooden ship model kit - beginners?

Written by Josh on November 25, 2008 – 9:25 am -

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I want to buy a set of model ship and an uncertain start where I 'VE has heard the American suppliers provide the best instructions all suggestions? I 'm the crafty but some of these ships noted very complex. I 'm the particuarly interested in ancient ships and enjoy all'che find the American factory who do - any suggestions much appreciated - also know if a good book for beginners of the construction of wooden ship that would be useful thanks!

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  1. By mariner31 on Nov 27, 2008 | Reply

    Well, from you 'with reference to a beginner REALLY suggest you start with a smaller, less expensive outfit or two. To get used just the basic techniques Gradica bridge-on-fram and decide whether it 's for YOU REALLY before you dive into a model of museum-grade dollar $ 500-1000. I started off (the rear of meaning in 1980) with several models of entry level from "Midwest Models" and then moved to some intermediate corredi from "Bluejacket Ships" Midwest doesn 't have their own place, but this shows some of their corredi: Here is the place for BlueJacket: GOOD LUCK!

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