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Southern California Gundam Model Competition

@thosegundamguys


  • I& #8217 ;ve been using the Hasegawa Tritool hobby saws for years. They& #8217 ;re very thin, sharp teethed, and slice through plastic very fast and cleanly. However, they are quite delicate in that they& #8217 ;re very thin and I& #8217 ;ve bent my fair share of these blades. They are simple to use, just hold the small blade in your fingers […]
  • I& #8217 ;ve been using the Hasegawa Tritool hobby saws for years. They& #8217 ;re very thin, sharp teethed, and slice through plastic very fast and cleanly. However, they are quite delicate in that they& #8217 ;re very thin and I& #8217 ;ve bent my fair share of these blades. They are simple to use, just hold the small blade in your fingers […]
  • I& #8217 ;ve been using the Hasegawa Tritool hobby saws for years. They& #8217 ;re very thin, sharp teethed, and slice through plastic very fast and cleanly. However, they are quite delicate in that they& #8217 ;re very thin and I& #8217 ;ve bent my fair share of these blades. They are simple to use, just hold the small blade in your fingers […]
  • I& #8217 ;ve been using the Hasegawa Tritool hobby saws for years. They& #8217 ;re very thin, sharp teethed, and slice through plastic very fast and cleanly. However, they are quite delicate in that they& #8217 ;re very thin and I& #8217 ;ve bent my fair share of these blades. They are simple to use, just hold the small blade in your fingers […]
  • I& #8217 ;ve been using the Hasegawa Tritool hobby saws for years. They& #8217 ;re very thin, sharp teethed, and slice through plastic very fast and cleanly. However, they are quite delicate in that they& #8217 ;re very thin and I& #8217 ;ve bent my fair share of these blades. They are simple to use, just hold the small blade in your fingers […]
  • I& #8217 ;ve been using the Hasegawa Tritool hobby saws for years. They& #8217 ;re very thin, sharp teethed, and slice through plastic very fast and cleanly. However, they are quite delicate in that they& #8217 ;re very thin and I& #8217 ;ve bent my fair share of these blades. They are simple to use, just hold the small blade in your fingers […]