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Rogue Grot Kannon Gunna

Northern Ireland

Hi folks,

I just thought some of you might be interested in seeing my collection of 6mm WW2 aircraft over on my dakka showcase thread.

Here's the link.

Its all RAF so far but I'm about to upload all my Luftwaffe soon so keep an eye out for those updates if you're interested.
Thanks for looking.

This message was edited 2 times. Last update was at 2017/12/02 20:56:26

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Rogue Grot Kannon Gunna

Northern Ireland

for anyone who's interested there's now both RAF and Luftwaffe planes on display. thanks for looking.

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Seven Year War Afficianado


Great gallery! Thanks for sharing.

I would love to read some Check Your 6 battle reports as well.

Do you like Free Wargames?
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Rogue Grot Kannon Gunna

Northern Ireland

I'd love to write one up!
Truth is I so rarely get a chance to play it that you might be waiting for one for a while. But when I can I will.

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Rogue Grot Kannon Gunna

Northern Ireland

Lots more tiny planes to see since I last bumped this add.
Now added a whole lot of USAAF and a few others from around the world. Some Japanese, a few Italians and Soviets.

I've got a few more Russians and even some French on the way so keep an eye out on the above link for more coming soon.

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