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|Posted: Thu Aug 9th, 2018 09:38 pm||
I have a couple of razor-saws for 'micro-surgery' on 1:35 tin-hats.
... for the average 'body chop' ... the trusty ol' junior-hacksaw is always the first choice.
A newish, but slightly worn on wood, blade is a good idea, cheap as well !
" It works for me ! " ... As hannibal always used to say on The A-Team !
A cut is always gonna be a 'bit short of the line' & need a lil' bit of sanding or filing anyway.
Decent sharp files, foam sanding blocks & cheap bulk-packs of eBay nail-sanding boards, are my friends as well.
' Mysterious Moose Mountain ' - 1:35n2 - pt.II
' M:R:W Motor Speedway !!! ' - 1:32 Slotcar Racing Layout