Trident, check Trident, a tad more expensive, but much nicer in my eye. I just got 2 M1A1's an AAV7 & 3 LAV25's on eBay for $40.Sorry, planning on making a military train with M1's, Bradleys, Hummers, trucks, HEMITT's... Just gotta start looking on ebay and train shows for these since ROCO is no longer in Walthers catalog.
I'd either suggest getting a wide grip (8" +) desk top clamp, or a smooth press of some sort. Micro Mark has a forming table, but I'm unsure as to if it can handle the thickness of the AC Models/Andersley sheets.
I myself used a 6" grip bench top clamp, with two 1/4" strips of steel bar added to the inside, because mine is not a smooth faced clamp. It worked ok, though next time I'll find a different way, that is whenever someone buys the line and re-releases.
That might work, hadn't thought of that myself.here is what I plan on using.. a small break press
how ever my local Harbor Freight store has one thats about $15 cheaper
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