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Samule kracj23/12/2020 17:24:41
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Thanks for the email!

I sent an email to Sarik a few months back about getting this (https://www.sarikhobbies.com/product/fisher-25/) In PDF format and they said that they cant sell PDF's because of copyright and that I would have to order them by mail. So I did and even after a few months I haven't gotten it.

Thank you all for the help,

Samule

Colin Bishop23/12/2020 17:52:01
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Well, did you not chase them up and tell them? Things do get lost in the post but they can be replaced.

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Samule kracj23/12/2020 18:02:19
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They are aware and have shipped a new one but i'm still waiting on it. I have found some low res pictures of the Fisher 46 plans drawn by D.J Metcalf on google. I guess I will just try my best with those for now...

Samule

gecon24/12/2020 05:41:33
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Hi Samule,

Just for info'..... I bought the Fisher 25 plan from Sarik last year -just to have a look at the plan and construction. This does not have a scale shape hull. It is drawn as a 'hard chine' hull and not 'round bilge'. It' s a nice little semi-scale model but only about 60 cm long.

I hope your Fisher plans get to you this time. Christmas is of course not the best time to order small things in the post

George

Chris Fellows24/12/2020 13:14:45
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Samule

So what you said about looking everywhere and not finding them wasn't true and then fellow members wasted their time in tracking them down to where you had already ordered them from!

Not impressed! no

Samule kracj24/12/2020 13:27:11
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That's not true! Those are Fisher 25 plans and as the post above says the fisher 25 is very different from the fisher 34 of 46. I found fisher 25 plans I didn't find fisher 34 or 46 plans.

Samule kracj24/12/2020 13:31:16
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Just because I ordered Fisher 25 plans doesn't mean that I can't ask for help finding the plans for the fisher 46. Don't believe me? go to SARIK yourself and search "fisher 46" you wont get anything.

Colin Bishop24/12/2020 13:41:36
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Looks like there has been a misunderstanding, especially as the Fisher 46 was originally the Freeward 46 and as said above and in my email to you, you can find the plans with Sarik here:

**LINK**

Colin

Chris Fellows27/12/2020 10:18:31
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Samule

Yes, a misunderstanding, please accept my apologies.

I'll stick to Faireys!

Chris

gecon28/12/2020 18:07:31
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20201226_144009.jpgGood to get the problem of the 'hidden plans' sorted. Hope some arrive in Canada in the new year.

Managed to squeeze in just a little bit of component preparation between the Xmas chores of eating and drinking. The wheelhouse and coach roof hand rails supports have been glued in place. The actual rails have not been glued on yet. Need a coat or two of gloss on the coach roof first.

Nav light boxes are made and varnished but I'm considering trying to have working P/S&S navlights -so will have to drill some holes for lights and wiring. Not sure if I want the agro but, working lights might -just might- impress the Admiralty sufficiently to allow an occasional appearance onto a sideboard or shelf etc.

George

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