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    Leman Russ conversion

    Standard Leman Russ to a Vanquiser? Should be simple I think.. Just buy/find a plastic tube that fits right on the battle cannon, and then a Vanquiser! What do you think?


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    Re: Leman Russ conversion

    I did something like that with my Armoured Company but, I used a thin marker instead. First, I cut the gun barrel from the bore evacuator (the round thing at the front of the standerd cannon) and then glued on the marker. Be careful because it could missalign easy. When it was glued I added the bore evacuator and the muzzle to the front of the gun and there it was. The cannon was now long enough to write a nickname or whatever. I'll show pics soon.

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    Plastics

    Have you tried Plastruct?

    http://www.plastruct.com?

    They stock an enormous amount of plastic gubbins, including tubes, squares, H & I beams, plastic sheeting (plasticard) and a load of other useful things.

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    Re: Plastics

    If I can't buy it at a store I can't get it at all :oops:

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    You might be able to find it at your local hobby retailer, since they (Plastruct) do a lot of products that are useful for railway modellers and therefore are good for sales

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    what ive done is that i went to home depot and bought a brass tube that has a 1/8 in diameter and is 6 in long, this way i can cut it down to wantever size i want and it is the exact size of the tank barrel plus they cost like 2 dollars

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    Hey good idea but instead of going to .... were ever you should go th home base there the do thin PLASTIC rods for about 50p :o

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