WIP 1:350 Mikro-Mir HMS M1

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SALAD DODGER
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Alexander. Neat work and a great stand too. :thumb2:

These 1/350 subs are sometimes a pain to build, but pack loads of detail and make great little models.
 

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@Dave Ward
I have, I want to build a British X1 and you need to butcher a British K class to create one.
I would like a 1:72 Surcouf

Are you a fan of Cruiser subs too? :smiling3:
 

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@Dave Ward
I have, I want to build a British X1 and you need to butcher a British K class to create one.
I would like a 1:72 Surcouf

Are you a fan of Cruiser subs too? :smiling3:
Ships in general, but waterlining subs has taken my fancy recently..................
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MikroMir Holland A1 in 1/144. I've done a U Type IIB in 1/144 as well
I have the 1/350 Surcouf in the stash, and I may waterline that, with the crane lifting a seaplane........
Are there any models of the USS Argonaut?, the early one with two 6 inch guns...........
Dave
 

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Nice, that feels very nautilus. The 1/350 Surcouf is a nicer kit than the M1 but I am a sucker for MikroMir. I haven't seen the USS Argonaut.
Have you read X.1: The Royal Navy's Mystery Submarine?
 
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