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Freetime hobbies is now accepting pre-orders on Blue Ridge Models 1/700 scale USS Massachusetts BB-2.
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The Free Time Fall Festival model contest will be held October 8th, 2016 again at Free Time Hobbies in Blue Ridge, GA. Starting at 9:00 AM
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Blue Ridge Models presents a brand new series of 3D printed accessories for 1/700 ship modelers! These parts are printed on the highest quality 3D printers and are ready to spice up any ship model!
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Check out Blue Ridge Model's newest release... the SS Normandie. This kit is officially licensed with French Lines and can be built 1 of 3 different ways out of the box.
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Today Blue Ridge Models releases the 1/350 scale model of the USS Halibut. This kit is a 2-in-1 kit that includes the option of building either the SSGN or the SSN (regulus or special ops) version of the USN Submarine 587
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Would you believe there once was a freshwater, paddle-wheel steamer aircraft carrier? In 1942 the Great Lakes side-wheel steamer Seeandbee, which first took to the lake's waters in 1912, had been transformed into and an aircraft carrier to operate in the Great Lakes as the USS Wolverine, a platform for advanced training for US Navy pilots. Blue Ridge Models now offers a limited edition kit of this one-of-a-kind carrier.
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What appears to be a re-release of a Yankee ModelWorks 1/192 kit, a full or waterline option kit for the US Navy WWII destroyer USS Sims in her 1942 configuration. The sims was the lead ship of her class of 12 destroyers that served extensively during the war.
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Blue Ridge Models is releasing another kit in their line of 1950s and 1960s Cold War submarines.
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The Colorado-Class Battlship USS West Virginia is now available in her 1945 fit!
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Ahoy shipmates! Blue Ridge Models' second release is available now!
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One of the newest kit manufacturers on the scene is Blue Ridge Models. They are pleased to announce the release of their first kit, USS Nautilus SSN-571