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Roger Gregory


3D modeler
65 years old still playing war games

greg47 added a product to a list
May 12, 2016
greg47 commented on USS West Point by miniatures
November 26, 2015
USS West Point
greg47 Thank you for adding this ship but i am concerned that the scale is not correct. Your scale results in a ship model of 10.828 cm or .10828 meters which when multiplied by 1800 = 194.9 meters converting that to feet =639 feet. In all the sources i have consulted this ship was 723 feet long.


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