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I know less than you Brian. I'd be happy to help but don't know how to
And that this point I'm a little confused. Is this a paintball tank for use in
a paintball scenerio game or just a modeling project for a RC controlled tank?
I've been talking to people about both lately. I'm on a special forces team to
take out German tanks at the D Day scenerio war game in June. So if you think I
could help somehow, help get me back on track with your project.
Brian Kraack wrote:
> Well, here is where I am:
> I have a scale 'model' of a Tiger I tank that I plan on using to get my
> dimensions off of. In case anyone cares, it's the Tiger tank from the model
> quality WW2 toy line they sell at toys-r-us - and it is really nice.
> So, I will be ready to start framing up the tank itself very soon. More
> pics of the inside of the tanks would be nice, and/or more info about the
> framing, etc. Also, more detailed shots of the cannon system would be
> any tricks or traps you know of (besides what's on the page already)? What
> thickness sheeting did you use, and how did it stand up to paint hits ...
> What kind of batteries are you using?
> Basically anything more you have would be great to see (from an
> inspirational point of view).
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Frank Pittelli <frank-at-navius.com>
> To: <tanks-at-rctankcombat.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, May 08, 2002 1:05 PM
> Subject: Re: hello again?
> > In Reply To Brian Kraack Who Wrote On 8 May:
> > > So, is anyone besides the two on the website actually building tanks?
> > > anyone near dayton, oh? I'm getting ready to start on my Tiger I, so
> > > more (and more detailed) pictures on the site would be appreciated.
> > We've heard reports of numerous tanks being "started" around the
> > country, but we haven't seen any photos of works in progress yet.
> > I've got some additional photos of the existing three tanks and we can
> > always take custom shots for those who are interested. What would you
> > like to see?
> > As far as the email traffic on this mailing list, I think it will
> > increase as people start building things and there are more
> > questions/comments to be made. Since the beginning, it has always been
> > a quiet list ... but perhaps that will change ;-)
> > Frank P.