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Old Salt
11-28-2011, 21:56
From package to finished.

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Sorry pics not great but you get the drift . Assembly is easy as is painting

Tommy Z
11-28-2011, 22:20
I think I have a few of these that I never put together. It's been years...now where did I put those?

Comte de Brueys
11-29-2011, 00:38
Looks nice!

It's a ship of the line.

A standart 74 cannon ship?

Dan-Sam
11-29-2011, 06:37
A standart 74 cannon ship?
It should be - I counted 74 "windows" for guns. (but it was hard counting :D)

The Cowman
11-29-2011, 07:07
What scale is that Darrell??? And good to see you here!

Attila57
11-29-2011, 14:19
Really nice!!

Attilio

Blackrose
11-29-2011, 17:27
What scale is that Darrell??? And good to see you here!

They're 1/1200th scale, Ken
Karl

Old Salt
11-29-2011, 19:07
They're 1/1200th scale, Ken
Karl
Thanks for the answer Karl, nice to see you both here

The Cowman
11-29-2011, 20:58
I think I have a few of these that I never put together. It's been years...now where did I put those?

I'll buy one off of ya!!

Gunner
11-29-2011, 23:30
I'll buy one off of ya!!

Ken, I have an extra GHQ HMS Victory you can have. PM your address.

SeaHunter
11-30-2011, 04:16
Are these card stock/models?

Bligh
11-30-2011, 08:22
Well shiver me timbers mates. That is a fine looking craft. How many pieces of eight will that set you back, if I may make so bold as to enquire.
Rob.

Tommy Z
11-30-2011, 08:45
Are these card stock/models?

They are metal. I'm still trying to find where I put these!

Niek_vD
11-30-2011, 10:03
This is a three-decker, most likely the Victory 100 guns. The black squares are the gun ports.

For more variety, both in sail settings and in hulls, have a look at Langton models.

Niek

Bligh
11-30-2011, 11:05
This is a three-decker, most likely the Victory 100 guns. The black squares are the gun ports.

For more variety, both in sail settings and in hulls, have a look at Langton models.

Niek
I agree Niek. That is where I got my submarine from. They are excellent.
Rob.

SeaHunter
12-01-2011, 05:07
They are metal. I'm still trying to find where I put these!


Thanks Tommy!

ara398
12-01-2011, 05:18
Been eyeing off the GHQ stuff for years - now I have an excuse!

Anyone have a web address for Langton?

Adrian

Niek_vD
12-01-2011, 06:32
Anyone have a web address for Langton?

Adrian

Sure! http://www.rodlangton.com/

Enjoy!

ara398
12-01-2011, 06:53
Thanks for that Niek!

Adrian

Horatio
12-01-2011, 13:07
I agree Niek. That is where I got my submarine from. They are excellent.
Rob.

I'm pretty sure you can't use a submarine in this period Rob.;)

Blackrose
12-01-2011, 14:31
Well shiver me timbers mates. That is a fine looking craft. How many pieces of eight will that set you back, if I may make so bold as to enquire.
Rob.

The GHQ on-line catalog has them at $8.75-$13.95 per ship.
There is a battle sail and a full sail catalog
http://www.ghqmodels.com/store/military-models-napoleonic-micronauts.html
Karl

Bluedevil
12-01-2011, 15:08
Langton miniatures are simply awesome..but expensive!:(

@Don : Just noticed your avatar: I loved that TV series!:)

The Cowman
12-01-2011, 15:14
I ended up picking up the #412 112 Gun Ship Of The Line.... I figure it will make a nice diversion as I am waiting for artillery trucks, Balloons, and Dive bombers to dry in my current build queue.

Bligh
12-01-2011, 16:51
I'm pretty sure you can't use a submarine in this period Rob.;)
See Richard Fulton!
Rob.

Capt P
12-01-2011, 18:28
There is a great game I see when I go to the HMGS East Cons. The ships a big and they play on the floor. I have get into the naval mode.

Bligh
12-02-2011, 03:06
Thanks for the info Karl.
Rob.

The Royal Hajj
12-02-2011, 08:09
I'm pretty sure you can't use a submarine in this period Rob.;)

au contraire! The Nautilus (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nautilus_(1800_submarine))
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Horatio
12-02-2011, 09:18
Ok Ok don't rub it in.:(
It didn't see active service though and I think Rob's submarine is a bit more modern than that.

Blackrose
12-03-2011, 06:26
I'm pretty sure you can't use a submarine in this period Rob.;)

How about the Turtle?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turtle_(submersible)

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Also Bushnell's used mines; see the battle of the Kegs:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Battle_of_the_Kegs