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Richards 48" Swordsman by rmwall107 Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 7 days ago
Hello, another couple of months and a progtrress report is due. I have attached a photo of the electrics finished. All but the permanent engine mount, the current (sorry for the pun)one is adjustable I will make a more stable one in due course. next to finish the top sides, the windows, the windscreen and the mast. Richard

Pool try outs by GARTH Commander   Posted: 9 days ago
Nov.13 2017 Spencers pool is being drained for winter skate rink so rushed Sea Commander for a pool try out & shake down . still needs windows & some deck accessories . One of the members suggested to get some tint from a shop that tints car windows & got some tint film for free thanks for that idea . Hope the winter flies by so summer sailing can start again .

Windows by canabus Admiral   Posted: 10 days ago
Hi All Made the mould for the front windscreen and made the screen in two pieces. The plastic was heated with a heat gun on low. Canabus

Paint Continued by jarvo Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 13 days ago
Hi Garth, have you considered using the film on car windows? local fitters will give you small offcuts usually with a funny look!!!! comes in a multitude of tints as well Mark

Paint Continued by GARTH Commander   Posted: 13 days ago
Added the windscreen & railings on back deck . I want to have tinted windows & a U-Tube video was looked at. So I have to get some Smoke paint from the hobby store tomorrow .

Windows by canabus Admiral   Posted: 19 days ago
Hi All Still working on the windscreen. Ran the boat, well the hull, after moving the battery forward on the battery mount rails. Only used a 3S battery, but it sat on the water level at full speed. Turning was very good. The CG is 350mm from the stern if that help any of you setting up a Huntsman. Canabus

Paint by GARTH Commander   Posted: 19 days ago
Put a little paint on my Sea Commander model to see any problems .The I realized front windows would be hard to install so filled them in . The rear cabin & front cabin tops where very difficult to make them sealed & removable but with a little effort got them on .

Windows by canabus Admiral   Posted: 22 days ago
Hi All Started on all the side, rear and front windows. Installed all the running gear and radio. The windscreen is going to be fun to make in two pieces!!!! May drop it in the water tomorrow for a ballast test and a short run without the cabin. Canabus

Cabin and Rudder by canabus Admiral   Posted: 24 days ago
Hi Novagsio Have not got to that point, making windows and a mould for the windscreen. The screen will be in two pieces, if it works out. Canabus

LESRO Sportsman mk1 restoration by Rhiannesdad Seaman   Posted: 1 month ago
Found this model in a junk shop in Lincolnshire , no motor or radio gear. Not done any boat modelling for many years so I took it home. The hull and cab are pretty solid for a 30 year old so i will start off by stripping the paint and giving it a freshen up, then I plan to add windows which I have cut from 3mm perspex and lower the rear deck. Also I am toying with a plan to convert the cabin into a mk2 sportsman by adding a top deck and radio mast, then finish off with a few scale figures and fittings. I will keep adding photos as I progress, if you are reading this and have a sportsman I would love to see what you have done with yours, regards, Nick.

Another day of progress by Skydive130 Admiral   Posted: 1 month ago
A good day of adding detail to the superstructure. Todays acheivments included soldering the antenna mounts, antennas from carbon rod. all stanchion railings, horn, some grab handles, hatch handles. finished the day when bad light stopped play with a little paint touch up and some highlight dry brushing. Still to do, mount working searchlight, lifebelt, grab poles,nav lights, roof antennas, front hatch, radar mounting and motor for it with a few other tiny bits n bobs before laquer and windows.

Adding superstructure detail by Skydive130 Admiral   Posted: 1 month ago
So today has been a good day of progress. spent the morning giving the superstructure a couple of coats of sanding sealer with plenty of sanding inbetween. Have then spent the rest of the day making a good start on the detailing which included most of the plasticard window frames, roof nav light housings, most of the hatches, marking and drilling the holes for the stanchions, adding a brass exhaust on the side, drilling and loose mounting the radar and a few other bits n bobs. Tomorrow afternoon should see the bulk of the detailing finished less any metal work i.e stanchions and all the roof metalwork which will be added after painting.

Superstructure built by Skydive130 Admiral   Posted: 1 month ago
Just finished building the basic superstructure. Dont worry about the enlarged window openings, they will be reduced in size to scale once the plasticard frames are installed along with the wiper pieces above the fore windows. I still have alot of filling, sanding, sealing ect to go before painting and adding the abundance of scale detail I intend putting on. I havnt bothered fitting the rear stowage bin shown on the plan as pictures of real ones generally show it not fitted. I also have a plan of scribing the bottom line of the superstructure to match the outline of the hull which will then have a spruce strip alplied to give a near perfect match between hull and cabin.

Huntsman fittings kit. by Dave M Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
Hi Novagsio Did a bit more research. SLEC inherited the original kit and a quick search revealed http://www.slecuk.com/balsa-wood/Fairey-Huntsman-Fitting-Set... No window frames but liteply or 3D would be my choice. Happy building

Huntsman fittings kit. by Dave M Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
Hi Novagsio Do tread carefully if you intend to use Westbourne as there has been posts on this and other sites regarding their poor service level and lack of advertised stock. Canabus has a build blog mdlbt.com/31424 Not sure exactly what fittings you require but Reade Models may be able to help as they supported fittings for many of the kits produced alongside the Precedent range. http://reademodels.com If you are looking for the window frames then you may need to fabricate from liteply, or if you have a 3D printer source have some fabricated.