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Desktop model of the Soviet submarine type 949a "Kursk" in 1/96 scale.

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  • firma555
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    Originally posted by SubHuman View Post
    Amazing work on the missile system, but why go to all that trouble and have no stern?
    This is what the client wanted

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  • He Who Shall Not Be Named
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    Originally posted by SubHuman View Post
    Amazing work on the missile system, but why go to all that trouble and have no stern?
    Likely an 'industrial display'. Ellie and I used to be in that game. A contractor would have us build models that showed off the sub-systems the client was responsible for, not the entire system.

    Some other examples of industrial display pieces:

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    You build what the client wants. Not what you want.

    David


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  • RCSubGuy
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    Amazing work on the missile system, but why go to all that trouble and have no stern?

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