Re: How many WW I modelers are there ?

Matt Bittner (
Tue, 19 Dec 1995 10:33:33 -0500

On 19 Dec 95 at 10:27, Charles Hart typed diligently:

> OK, sorry for the tirade and nothing personal Matt, I appreciate your
> commentary.

Understood. I didn't take any offense. I too would consider it the
"golden age", and will - no doubt - add to *any* WW1 kit, just
because I know they're not up to snuff. Or even if they were, then
I would still add "things", just because there's bound to be
something not thought of (am I the only one to add gun butts to the
interior of the Roland D.II? :-)).

I didn't mean any offense, just wanted to point out that - if you're
a purist - there are no OOTB WW1 on the market.

That's all. Sorry to get so many people in a tizzy.


Matthew Bittner WW1 Modeler, ecto subscriber, semi-new dad, PowerBuilder developer; Omaha, Nebraska
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