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    Paul Cooks article in Marine Modelling International(1st of 3)

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    david f
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    Paul Cooks article in Marine Modelling International(1st of 3)

    Post  david f on Tue Dec 03, 2013 4:59 am

    Saw and bought this on a trip into Lancaster to see the Dentist. Unfortunately my Dentist saw me before I got a chance to read it.

    Looks good though and features his new Gato class. More news when I've read it.

    I normally get Model Boats so I hope Paul appreciates me shelling out £4.15 for each issue!

    David

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    Re: Paul Cooks article in Marine Modelling International(1st of 3)

    Post  Tom(ADMIN) on Tue Dec 03, 2013 5:02 am

    Blast! I forgot all about that!

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    Re: Paul Cooks article in Marine Modelling International(1st of 3)

    Post  david f on Tue Dec 03, 2013 8:07 pm

    Had a good read last night. It is a good article, well written with good photos. Fairly limited application for other modellers though - lovely model but very large. (Paul breaks it down into 3 sections for transport.)

    Paul also has considerable skills that others may not have - e.g I see that he uses the "flat hatches set into silicone rubber sealing method". I could never get this to work!

    I look forward to the next article. It is nice to see submarine articles again - there don't seem to have been that many recently.

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