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Lance K.




PostPosted: Tue 30 Aug, 2005 7:22 pm    Post subject: The most powerful of historical arms         Reply with quote

Since these are "historical arms", I thought I would post these for your viewing pleasure. These are nuclear fireball images taken at the moment of detonation at 1/100,000,000 of a second exposure through a 10ft lens at 7 miles.







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Austin Demshar





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PostPosted: Tue 30 Aug, 2005 7:27 pm    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Powerful. But nasty nasty stuff.

BTW...how many of you say nuclear the proper way? Its funny because a bunch of people in school say it like its nuc-U-lear which is absolutely wrong Wink. Just a thought.
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Gavin Kisebach




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PostPosted: Tue 30 Aug, 2005 7:52 pm    Post subject:         Reply with quote

I had the Windlass Steelcrafts model. Threaded rattail tang, loose fittings, not properly tempered. Check out my review. It was supposed to be a 20,000 megaton, but the styling on the big red button was closer to the 80,000 megaton. Of course I bought it used, but the pitting on the tailfins took hours to buff out. Furthermore it was a bit noseheavy, and hard to control in the thrust. I can't recommend this replica.
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George Hill




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PostPosted: Tue 30 Aug, 2005 10:36 pm    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Gavin Kisebach wrote:
I had the Windlass Steelcrafts model. Threaded rattail tang, loose fittings, not properly tempered. Check out my review. It was supposed to be a 20,000 megaton, but the styling on the big red button was closer to the 80,000 megaton. Of course I bought it used, but the pitting on the tailfins took hours to buff out. Furthermore it was a bit noseheavy, and hard to control in the thrust. I can't recommend this replica.


The Albion version solved all those problems.

To abandon your shield is the basest of crimes. - --Tacitus on Germania
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Elling Polden




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PostPosted: Wed 31 Aug, 2005 1:02 am    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Can you get a Christan Fletcher custom job on the Albion? Confused
I think I want one in fluorescent green and oxblood...

"this [fight] looks curious, almost like a game. See, they are looking around them before they fall, to find a dry spot to fall on, or they are falling on their shields. Can you see blood on their cloths and weapons? No. This must be trickery."
-Reidar Sendeman, from King Sverre's Saga, 1201
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