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Scale: 1/350

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This set of model anchors is patterned on the US Navy's standard ~13,500 pound anchors used on heavy cruisers, those of the Pensacola class, Northampton class, New Orleans class, Portland class, Baltimore class and Des Moines class, and USS Wichita CA-45, from before World War Two through the Vietnam War.  Anchors of this size may have been carried by Brooklyn, St. Louis, and Cleveland class light cruisers.

Assembly instructions: remove all parts from the sprue, insert the shank through the bottom of the anchor.  Do not glue the shank to the anchor.  The shank will then swivel freely.

These parts are designed for a tight fit.  While producing exceptional detail, acrylic plastic is extremely brittle and breaks easily.  Trim parts, if necessary, rather than force them into place.


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1/350 Anchors for US Navy Heavy Cruisers

SKU: 350-anchors-cruisers-2
$4.00Price