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Old 29 June 2005, 11:37 AM   #1
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Shot Down

My year-and-three-quarters old niece shot down two of the 40+ models I have hanging above my desk. Well, OK - she grabbed the first as I held her to see them, it camr loose and smacked into the second. Anyway, the first one, an Aurora 1/48 Halberstadt CL.II, is reparable. The other, an AeroClub FE2b, predictably shattered into a thousand struts. Kinda funny how it was reduced to a gondola and a top wing and not much else.

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