scotthldr wrote:The interest in Greek a/c stems back to the mid 80's when I really got interested in a/c. Living not too far away from Lossie and Kinloss most of my school holidays were spent at the fence and in them days just about everything NATO had to offer could be seen between the two bases with the exception of Greek and Turkish aircraft which was a shame as they operated a diverse range of a/c including classics like the RF-84/F-5/F-100/F-104's and so on, the only way to see these a/c was in books and magazines. That was until the early/mid 90's when I enjoyed a couple of holidays in Zante and with the close proximity of bases like Andravida and Araxos the days were spent watching F-4's F104's and A7's skimming the waves between Zante and the Peloponnese, since then I've enjoyed several holidays in Greece and the interest in Hellenic a/c keeps growing.
Alan, I'll try and get a picture of the Greek stuff together over the weekend. 8 finished/ 5 to start/ and many more to follow.....
scotthldr wrote:Turn the pressure and paint flow right down, then start spraying off the surface and gently flick the AB towards the exhaust so you're not really passing over the surface with the AB more like throwing the paint over it.
scotthldr wrote:I used my 200NH for this which is single action along with the compressor which has the Air Regulator on it. As long as you can control the paint flow and air pressure it'll work.
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