Armored Cruiser Plans and Sources

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  1. Anvil_x

    Anvil_x Well-Known Member

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    Kurama Plans just hit the street.

    Go. Build. For The Emperor!

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    Hey so I'm almost done with the 3d print version of USS St. Louis, and the next project will be a revisit of the Tennessee class ACR.

    Once these boats have been proofed and tested upon the Anvil of war by SAS captains (Namely @Tugboat ), I'll publish them in the resources page along with instructions and Parts lists.
     
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    We were just talking about a St Louis during our holiday dinner. We were dreaming of arming all those 2ndaries, but I think she's just too small even to stuff her with small 10-shot fast guns.

    I'd love to see what yours looks like in plastic!
     
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    me and the fellas figured out how to fit two guns in her, and there's a guy looking at doing quad sterns, but there isn't really the room in the hull. if we could start a 1/72 PDN style club, it'd be possible, but this boat would be really challenging in 1/144 to put any more than 2x 1 unit fastguns in
     
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    and yes, I get the time, I'd do a Minotaur hull. I have sets of plans for it from the imperial war museum
     
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    Easy there, no need to get too crazy. I still need to start/finish some of the stuff you've already left on my plate. Speaking of which, new props came in today, I should probably do something with them...
     
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    my woman lives in Michigan.

    she is easy to please, and not materialistic.

    my boat time allottment is therefore absurd.
     
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