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 Post subject: Russian Navy Day 2005
PostPosted: Sat Jul 22, 2006 11:16 pm 
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Ruusian Navy 2005
lots of great shoots Slava, Kashins, Krivarks etc

http://www.foxbat.ru/maks/parad_vmf05/p ... f05_01.htm


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Check the spelling Stupid :mad_1: :mad_1:

Russian Navy Day 2005
lots of great shots Slava, Kashins, Krivarks, Puak Grisha V Nanuchka II etc

http://www.foxbat.ru/maks/parad_vmf05/p ... f05_01.htm


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on mil photo net check out the Navy day in SeveroMosrk now that how to run a open day :big_grin:
the russian navys not quite dead yet love the way the test the asw mortars in the midlle of the harbour :woo_hoo:

http://militaryphotos.net/forums/showthread.php?t=91979


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And the Akula´s emergency surface...

Great photos. Thanks for the link.

Cheers.

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 Post subject: 1/350 SLAVA!!!
PostPosted: Tue Oct 24, 2006 6:44 pm 
Over @ Steelnavy, someone said a Trumpeter Employee on a Chinese Forum has said a 1/350 Slava will be announced soon.... :worship_1:

If the Kirov-Slava-Udaloy Trifecta actually happens, I'm afraid I'll die and never get to build them!!


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 Post subject: 1/350 Moskva - when?
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Anyone see the ad from Trumpeter for the 1/350 Moskva? Another thread mentioned that Trumpeter never releases on schedule. It has a release of March 2007.
Oh, also, adding more small parts to the Sovremenny, starting on the funnel section. My fingers just can't handle pieces that are like 2mm big.


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Hi, This is my 1/350th Kirov Class ship. I've been working on it for 2 months. because there are no much close up photos as I want to detial the ship. If anyone can advise me where can I found some more photos. thanks. Image

I hope i can finish this before Trumpy launch this class as I,ve been told they already & will lauch Udaloy & Slava. Also are there any 1/350th PE set fit this class. Thanks :thanks: :wave_1: :wave_1:


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Looks great, which unit of the class will you build?
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That's one bigas$ boat!


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Hi Tiny Work shop Suggest you try and find a copy of "Soviet Warships" by John Jordon published by Arms and Armour press ISBN number 0-58368-584-3 There are a number of excellent references , pictures etc to the Kirov class . best of luck
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 21, 2007 12:24 am 
http://www.dodmedia.osd.mil/
you can search "kirov" in this website and you'll get some nice photos.
you can also find tonnes of photos in this site...
http://www.army.lv/?s=1144&id=364&c=0&v=3&p=1
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Thank you! Now that you are scratchbuilding the Kirov in 1/350 we are GUARANTEED Trumpeter shall release it in injection.
That's Murphy for you.
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Oh my, am I in LOVE with the DVIC.... have you guys clicked on some of the hi-res versions of these images! :big_eyes:

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Me too. I think I need another hard drive so I can download all the great DVIC photos...

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well, i have a 160gb drive now to fill, and i thought its only usa navy that had good pics. :big_grin:
Has any one herd if they are going to do a 350 kivov. at that size could it be considered for remote as it would be good to scare some people on the boating lake with this monster

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When to the local hoppy shop yesterday in as it trunout forlon hope of getting a Trumpter's Udaloy Bugger its dosn't appeare to have made into Australia yet. So I had to buy the Slava Class curiser "Moskva "121"
Very quick look = It looks like a scale up 1/700 but with a sperate san-10 missle deck and lots of internial detail inside the exhaust stacks that I wasn't awere off before, it also has has the bridge sections in clear plastic as well as the radar's Not sure how these will scrub up guess I will have to try to dry brush them and see how it turns out, there is also a basic etched brass section of radars, and helio deck safty nets.
The only dry fitting I have done is the deck sections to the hull and that was very good
Quick summary = :woo_hoo: :woo_hoo:


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No, Kuznetsov (and all carriers) use anti-skid paint, before 2000, all the others didn't use anti-skid paints and had the Red Decks. Now the Udaloys and others have received the dark grey anti-skid paint. Kuznetsov's deck is also dark grey although there are different shades. Her deck can be seen on several pictures on the net nowadays. The Green was only used on the Kiev class in the past. Kuznetsov never had green decks.

Slava has a Red underwater hull, but a black boot topping with a white waterline on top of that.
I've uploaded a picture for you. You can see the darker paint in the place of the boot topping, they go with anti fouling up till the waterline, afterwards they apply the black. This ship is Moskva from the Black Sea Fleet. Occasionally she is seen with the red and white waterline only. The black is sometimes left out, but as you can clearly see in this picture, the normal boot topping looks a lot darker than the remainder of the hull. Which I assume is caused by a black boot topping underneath this layer of anti-fouling.
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I have more but I'll have to look through my archives to find them I'm affraid.

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Neptune- now *THAT'S* a cool shot of Moskva!

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 Post subject: Wow, great pics!
PostPosted: Wed Mar 28, 2007 10:54 am 
Great pictures! :woo_hoo:
Click. Save. Drool.
/Magnus (with the 1/350 Slava on the Bench)


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Heya Guys-

While putting the finishing touches on my review, I noticed on Page 7 of the instructions it shows a TOP PLATE 3D radar for the "Air Search Radar" step, not the TOP STEER that is on Moskva. The rest of the directions show the TOP STEER assembly; I guess this confirms the announced Varyag release in the future. Of course, it means you also have the parts now....

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