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SgtGuinness29 Dec 2017 1:16 p.m. PST

The new Lucas Class (Model 1900) Gunboat has arrived!

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Dan from Last Stand Dan's Boatyard and blog has designed and completed building the first production run of his newest design the Lucas (L) Class (M1900) Gunboat. This model can be used for the late 1800's into the early 1900's depending on the paint scheme and weaponry. It's a great model with plenty of diversity. I think it can be used in multiple theaters and time periods. I've got to get me one of these gunboats ASAP! I can see this boat doing duty from the Nile, to the Med, to the Yangtze, and beyond…..


In This sequence the New L Class (M1900) Gunboats bombard Dervish Nile mud forts (made by Bill of Bill's Gamer Garage).

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More pictures, data, and links for crews and guns on my blog.
sgtguinness.blogspot.com

Gunboats:
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Bill Daniels, Gamers Garage: wdaniel994@comcast.net

Cheers,
JB

mumbasa29 Dec 2017 1:22 p.m. PST

Very cool, Danno!
Mumbasa

Mad Guru29 Dec 2017 1:37 p.m. PST

That new model looks awesome, and useful on even smaller tabletop rivers thanks to its relatively narrow beam! Love the rivets!

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