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  • #41652
    Darryl Smith
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    A rambling on my blog about some 1920s-30s gaming, ala The Sand Pebbles:

    http://ambushedinthealley.blogspot.com/2016/05/a-banana-marine-in-china-war.html

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    #41661
    kyoteblue
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    Wowzer that a great looking boat !!!!

    #41662
    Mike
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    Wowzer that a great looking boat !!!!

    crikey it is nice!

    #41671
    Mishima
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    Nice boat.

    How big does that measure up in 15mm?

    I’ve always fancied doing something “down the Yangtze”.

    Tim from Gomi Designs. 15mm Vietnam riverine. www.gomidesigns.co.uk

    #41682
    Darryl Smith
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    My San Pablo is 18″ long by 5″ wide. ┬áDefinitely good sized for 15mm figures!

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    #41692
    Mishima
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    Lovely, it’s a very nice model. I’ve looked at the Insect (eg HMS Cockchafer) and Fly Class (HMS Blackfly?) gunboats before. But the former would be huge at 15mm.

    These were designed for operations on the Danube, actually used in Mesopotamia and later on the Yangtze.

    Tim from Gomi Designs. 15mm Vietnam riverine. www.gomidesigns.co.uk

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