I've never used Vallejo paints, but I hear very good things about them. I was a Testor Model Master man, and will be until the day I use the last of my dozens of bottles still on hand.Agreed to both. I lucked into some Vallejo paints a few weeks ago at $2.00 a bottle, and considered myself lucky to get them at that price. My local hobby shop had a deal with a supplier.
Floquil was the gold standard of model railroad paints, but that's been long gone for years now. As for $10 bricks of .22s? These days I consider myself lucky if I can find the 100-round sleeves of CCI Mini-Mags or Winchester Power Points for that. (Both those rounds are what my Ruger MK III and my Henry Lever Octagon Frontier like best.)
A cell phone is like a gun. Better to have one and not need it than to not have one when you do need it.
Hi,They started dying around, what, 1968-69?
30 years ago I had a pair of leather work gloves. Similar to Wells Lamont, no idea who actually made them.
They had the cinch strap with the red plastic ball.
Thanks for that.Hi,
If you're looking for what I think you are, check Amazon: Wells Lamont still makes the ones I remember. About $17.