Manners Makyth Man
- Nov 17, 2007
Damn Commies! Prepare to meet the SAS!
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They will. Soon.Damn Commies! Prepare to meet the SAS!
No real shame, but I hate to admit that I am wrong as much as the next guy.No need for any shame tk, it was hardly a serious issue. If it was a completely unrealistic major plot idea such as a Brazilian-Albanian war or a plan for the British Army to re-equip with Japanese Type 97 tanks that would be bad.
Well, El Pip, we've found another thing we can agree on.Damn your eyes tk, your forcing me to agree with a Frenchman. ( )
I believe the Owen can still be of some use in the SAS. But as for my own AAR, I'm thinking of some MP design that can lead to an assault rifle.Also a retcon. I've been thinking about what has been said, and to my shame I must admit that it makes perfect sense and therefore I have decided to change that, the Owen will not be issued to the entire Army. Should something like that come up in the future, then you are encouraged to bring it up in the comments. But I always would like some time to think things through before answering.
haha, well, then get something else "awesome" up. I'm confident that my own designs can beat every design you can bring up, mwahahahaha.I used the Wesworld Lion Class drawing from the archive. It's enough for my needs, as I don't plan on positing the revised version anyhow.
Ahh, nice. You get to see my latest work (in non-shipbucket drawings). But I plan to break away from shipbucket when I have enough drawings since I'm determined to work in metric.Well, you did get me to register. Mainly because I need additional parts for my wacky fantasy designs, as there is a sad lack of WW2 eara FAA aircraft on the archive. Currently going through the plane-bucket thread and saving what I might be able to use.