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RandallCox

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RandallCox last won the day on August 8 2016

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About RandallCox

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  • FirstName
    Randall
  • LastName
    Cox
  • IPMS Number
    8068
  • Local Chapter
    Huntsville, Al
  • City
    Huntsville
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    Alabama
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  1. So the log in and password are the same or not? I got about 9 of the CAPTCHA things and said I got better things to do than count buses and fire hydrants.
  2. To all of the members of the Phoenix club that hosted this show, thank you. Well done. The venue was just right. The area around the convention center was dripping with eateries. We never had lunch or dinner at the same place. Breakfast, well, across the street was just to convenient. I've got to comment on the cordiality of every person I ran into. From random people at the light rail station, pointing me in the right direction, to on the street helping me find my way. Very pleasant trip, all the way around. The heat. OMG how do you live here? LOL. The field trip to PIMA was the one side trip I took. Enjoyed it immensely. A lot of additions in 21 years. Again, Phoenix, well done!!
  3. Looking forward already for the 2020 convention. I've got some time to get on some Pacific War entries!!!! Fly or drive fly or drive I may end up driving this one. Means more time in the vendor room. hehehehe.
  4. Tried to buy raffle tickets and was told they won’t go on sale until Thursday. As I’ll be at the Pima tour all day, I won’t have the opportunity to buy tickets until late in the afternoon. Will the first draw be before the Pima tour is back? Thanks
  5. I Will hit the 48 scale aircraft, spacecraft and Syfy Randall
  6. I sent an email to the address listed and it bounced. I"m available except for the Pima tour day. Let me know, I"ll arrive Tuesday night. Randall Cox
  7. Agree. It's time to acknowledge this years winners in this manner.
  8. Columbia did an excellent job. The location in a college town, with literally dozens, if not a hundred eating establishments within three blocks, was a real gem. i think weve all been to a few where nothing was close or open, save the overpriced hotel kitchen. Columbia, you can host this anytime, in my book!!! Well done.
  9. Hello, I'm looking for a Hasagowa or Tamiya D-Day tank, British, which has grid lines painted all over the hull and turret. It was used for infantry men to point the tank to targets. It was available in the '90's. Thanks, Randall
  10. Practice on an old large wing. Under good light, spray so the paint "flows" together. Not a puddle, but thick enough to spread out as blob. Not scientific, but maybe you get the point. Try the other things mentioned; thinning more, with the recommended thinner would be first, then check your air pressure. More than 12-15 PSI would be suspect to me.
  11. I was disappointed when Las Vegas dropped out. That would have been a fun trip. I appreciate the efforts that the host clubs go to to put on the Nationals. At this point, location is irrelevant. Being close to historic sites or aircraft museums is a bonus. The concern to have is what happens when zero bids come in. Then what?
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