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Old 03-06-2004, 07:20 AM   #1
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Whats best primer & Paint for 1/43rd Resin (eg BBR)

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Re: Whats best primer & Paint for 1/43rd Resin (eg BBR)

You know what I'm gonna say... Halfords rattle can for resin, airbrush Halfords Cellulose for white metal. The only other stuff I can recomend for metal is some brand X etching primer I picked up from a model railway store.
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