1/72 UK Apache AH64D - Afghanistan -

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1/72 UK Apache AH64D - Afghanistan -

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This is my second scale model I have completed....

Learning as I go... thanks Creeper for all the tips...
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couple more pics
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Nice job Tri!

v6,
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Thanks...
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Pretty cool! I can almost imagine it doing the pop-up maneuver to fire off some shots.
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Xpendable wrote:
22 May 2023, 05:09
Pretty cool! I can almost imagine it doing the pop-up maneuver to fire off some shots.
Thanks! In the first pic I have one Hellfire coming off the rails. I broke it off after it was glued and couldn't get it all the way back on the rail so I used some cotton to make smoke trail and glued it back 1/3 on the rail.
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