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AK47 Republic / Re: 'Old' Colonial/Settler Army
« Last post by Richard W on September 21, 2017, 06:20:27 PM »
Thanks!
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Rules FAQ and official clarifications / Re: Rules Query - Unit Composition
« Last post by Leslie BT on September 21, 2017, 06:12:07 PM »
In my humble opinion the army is incorrect on page 19. The composition restrictions is correct.

Martin may have another opinion.
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Pieces of Eight / Re: 3D printed ships in 6mm to 30mm "scale"
« Last post by Leslie BT on September 21, 2017, 05:03:24 PM »
I agree Duncan, having worked for twenty years with 3D computer software it is almost to simple. I spent an evening trying to make some sensible wheels very difficult. In the software I am used to I could make them in an hour.
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General discussion / Re: Favourite scenery piece
« Last post by Leslie BT on September 21, 2017, 04:58:02 PM »
Still looking.
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General discussion / Re: Favourite scenery piece
« Last post by Wardy64 on September 21, 2017, 10:03:29 AM »
This is from the Old Glory site, in its raw state.

Wardy
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Rules FAQ and official clarifications / Rules Query - Unit Composition
« Last post by Tony on September 20, 2017, 11:03:07 PM »
Dear All,

looking for help and a, I suspect, easy rules clarification on unit composition. I am definitely not a rules nazi, however coming back in to the game after some time away and with the new rules I have found a discrepancy which I would be grateful if someone could answer. On page 15 in para 11.1; point 10 states there may be no more than 3 heavy weapons per unit. Point 11 in the same list defines heavy weapons as RCL, missiles, mortars and HMGs and states there may be no more than 10 in an army including those on vehicles again including technicals.

However on page 19 in para 11.3 Sample Armies  Unit C of the People's Popular Front Army has 4 HMG technicals.

Simple question which is right? I would like the latter to be right as grouping heavy weapons into support companies feels right but I will live with whatever the answer is.

Tony
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General discussion / Re: Weymouth D Day museum
« Last post by Duncan on September 20, 2017, 10:23:17 PM »
Martin is this the one at Castle town or the one in Brewers Quay only googling it there appears to be two. I am not sure if they are connected, although I imagine they would be apparently opening at a similar time (April.) Although I admit both had escaped my attention.
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Pieces of Eight / Re: 3D printed ships in 6mm to 30mm "scale"
« Last post by Duncan on September 20, 2017, 10:13:24 PM »
I had a look at tinkercad and tried to work through the examples but I have to say that it is not that intuitive and the controls did not seem to do what I was expecting. It is not the 3d'ness as I am used to music L-draw and similar, just that I could not figure out what did what. I am sure it is simple though once it has been explained by a real person.
Maybe if these printers take off in a big way in a few years the colleges in the area might run courses on similar software? We will no doubt see. Hopefully.
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General discussion / Weymouth D Day museum
« Last post by martin goddard on September 20, 2017, 10:01:49 PM »
Visited the D day museum in Weymouth. 4.50 per adult,
Brilliant.
You can touch and climb on the exhibits.
The Sherman outside is gutted, but you can still go inside the shell. You can sit in the jeep and sit in the quad 50 cal. They have weapons and webbing you can try on. the staff are wonderful and chatty. Well worth a  visit even if just to see the mulberry and handle the weapons. Only 1 German there!

Recommended.
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General discussion / Re: Favourite scenery piece
« Last post by martin goddard on September 20, 2017, 09:58:02 PM »
What does that one look like ?
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