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Offline smittysteve

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #600 on: Thu, 17 August 2017, 11:21:11 »
I finally sat down to start this board and I realized that I lost all the hardware :(

I am having trouble figuring out exactly what I lost,  this board doesn't seem to piece together quite like some others have.  How many screws and screw types does this board take?  Right now I am only seeing the 4 screw holes on the bottom corners of the base.

Any help or ideas on how to replace would be appreciated

I'm using M3 x 6 for the front screws and M3 x 10 in the back. I don't think these are the original screws that came with it (where did those go...??) but they work great. Hope that helps.  :thumb:

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #601 on: Thu, 17 August 2017, 11:29:19 »
Thank you very much for the info!

You're back!

Hi romevi!  Yea always been around, just been super busy :)

Thanks for the specs on the screws... does anyone know a good place to source tiny screws like that?

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #602 on: Thu, 17 August 2017, 11:35:26 »
Thank you very much for the info!

You're back!

Hi romevi!  Yea always been around, just been super busy :)

Thanks for the specs on the screws... does anyone know a good place to source tiny screws like that?

I borrow all of mine from a big rack of hardware we have back in eng here at work... Never tried these before, but it looks like a nice assortment. They have the same thing in M2... https://www.amazon.com/Glarks-230Pcs-Stainless-Button-Assortment/dp/B01J7NM9JA/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1502987497&sr=8-10&keywords=m3+screws

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #603 on: Thu, 17 August 2017, 12:11:45 »
I get my screws from Tacoma Screw company. But for when I'm feeling impulsive, I just go to HobbyTown USA.

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #604 on: Thu, 17 August 2017, 12:14:08 »
I get my screws from Tacoma Screw company. But for when I'm feeling impulsive, I just go to HobbyTown USA.

Tacoma Screw Company... those 'craft' screweries in the Pacific NW make some good microscrews!  :))

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #605 on: Thu, 17 August 2017, 12:23:36 »
I get my screws from Tacoma Screw company. But for when I'm feeling impulsive, I just go to HobbyTown USA.

Tacoma Screw Company... those 'craft' screweries in the Pacific NW make some good microscrews!  :))

LOL  :D :D :D



On a side note, [shill] looking for someone to take over my brass engraved Blackbird weight from merlin64's GB. PM if you're interested[/shill]

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #606 on: Thu, 17 August 2017, 12:45:41 »
I get my screws from Tacoma Screw company. But for when I'm feeling impulsive, I just go to HobbyTown USA.

Tacoma Screw Company... those 'craft' screweries in the Pacific NW make some good microscrews!  :))

LOL  :D :D :D



On a side note, [shill] looking for someone to take over my brass engraved Blackbird weight from merlin64's GB. PM if you're interested[/shill]

I wouldn't, his GBs are a little screwy.

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #607 on: Thu, 17 August 2017, 12:46:45 »
I get my screws from Tacoma Screw company. But for when I'm feeling impulsive, I just go to HobbyTown USA.

Tacoma Screw Company... those 'craft' screweries in the Pacific NW make some good microscrews!  :))

LOL  :D :D :D



On a side note, [shill] looking for someone to take over my brass engraved Blackbird weight from merlin64's GB. PM if you're interested[/shill]

I wouldn't, his GBs are a little screwy.

But he's a nice guy tho. My octagon gained a pound or two because of him :D

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #608 on: Thu, 17 August 2017, 17:54:00 »


Thank you very much for the info!

You're back!

Hi romevi!  Yea always been around, just been super busy :)


You going to make any more caps?

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #609 on: Thu, 17 August 2017, 19:41:12 »
Whys the Google order form still work?

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #610 on: Thu, 17 August 2017, 20:39:32 »
Whys the Google order form still work?
Elton doesn't always take down the order forms. This is definitely closed though.

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #611 on: Thu, 24 August 2017, 05:25:59 »
Got the board together, looks great.  Problem is I can't get the DFU programmer to work in windows 10.  When I try to replace the amtel driver with the dfu programmer driver it does not work.  Just says I already have the most current version of the driver.  I used to just hit flip key -> update driver -> program the board with the custom keymapper 02D.  Without being able to change the driver, I always get the DFU Programmer not found.

Am I missing something stupid or is this just a no-go on windows 10?

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #612 on: Thu, 24 August 2017, 06:45:16 »
On Win8.1 I was able to just uninstall the old driver and install the desired one. If that doesn't work you can still try using Atmel Flip or QMK Flasher

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #613 on: Fri, 25 August 2017, 12:17:50 »
Thank you!  The QMK Flasher works really great in Windows 10.  I have been out of the loop, this is way easier than the old way as well.  I am really impressed by the Blackbird as well.  The angle it lays at is really really nice and it is super comfortable to type on.

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #614 on: Fri, 25 August 2017, 12:54:01 »
I am really impressed by the Blackbird as well.  The angle it lays at is really really nice and it is super comfortable to type on.

Yeah, I hope Duck offers more boards with a 7 degree angle. His normal 11 degrees aren't comfortable for me at all.

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #615 on: Fri, 25 August 2017, 13:05:51 »
I am really impressed by the Blackbird as well.  The angle it lays at is really really nice and it is super comfortable to type on.

Yeah, I hope Duck offers more boards with a 7 degree angle. His normal 11 degrees aren't comfortable for me at all.

Bad news for you, the Blackbird V2 is 11deg.
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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #616 on: Fri, 25 August 2017, 13:06:41 »
I am really impressed by the Blackbird as well.  The angle it lays at is really really nice and it is super comfortable to type on.

Yeah, I hope Duck offers more boards with a 7 degree angle. His normal 11 degrees aren't comfortable for me at all.

Bad news for you, the Blackbird V2 is 11deg.
Good news for my wallet   :))

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #617 on: Fri, 25 August 2017, 13:18:59 »
I am really impressed by the Blackbird as well.  The angle it lays at is really really nice and it is super comfortable to type on.

Yeah, I hope Duck offers more boards with a 7 degree angle. His normal 11 degrees aren't comfortable for me at all.

Bad news for you, the Blackbird V2 is 11deg.
I get more and more disappointed the more details I hear about the Blackbird v2. Here's hoping a design like the v1 returns sometime in the future.

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #618 on: Fri, 25 August 2017, 20:11:28 »
Blackbird v1 is one of the best KB's I own. ** I am looking for a spare PCB if anyone has one. **

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #619 on: Fri, 25 August 2017, 20:43:29 »
Since v2 is going to be facelifted, I think I'm going to handwire my own blackbird from scratch. No point in waiting around for Duck to come out with another v1 Blackbird.

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #620 on: Fri, 25 August 2017, 22:17:22 »
Since v2 is going to be facelifted, I think I'm going to handwire my own blackbird from scratch. No point in waiting around for Duck to come out with another v1 Blackbird.
Where did you hear about this news? Is there already an announcement?

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #621 on: Fri, 25 August 2017, 22:43:15 »
Blackbird v1 is one of the best KB's I own. ** I am looking for a spare PCB if anyone has one. **

You and me both.

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #622 on: Fri, 25 August 2017, 22:44:21 »
Since v2 is going to be facelifted, I think I'm going to handwire my own blackbird from scratch. No point in waiting around for Duck to come out with another v1 Blackbird.
Where did you hear about this news? Is there already an announcement?

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It was first mentioned in the Lightsaver v3 thread by Mindxthinker.

https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=89546.450

Although after a bit of researching it looks like this new board is going to be called Jetfire. Duck posted some pictures on his instagram a day ago.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BYI1X_Vjskt/

Maybe the Blackbird will still make a return  ;D
« Last Edit: Fri, 25 August 2017, 22:47:30 by Atredl »

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #623 on: Fri, 25 August 2017, 23:02:20 »
Since v2 is going to be facelifted, I think I'm going to handwire my own blackbird from scratch. No point in waiting around for Duck to come out with another v1 Blackbird.
Where did you hear about this news? Is there already an announcement?

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It was first mentioned in the Lightsaver v3 thread by Mindxthinker.

https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=89546.450

Although after a bit of researching it looks like this new board is going to be called Jetfire. Duck posted some pictures on his instagram a day ago.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BYI1X_Vjskt/

Maybe the Blackbird will still make a return  ;D
Hmm... That's not quite Blackbird though... Got the extra f-row. I really enjoyed the 60/10key/arrows combo very minimalistic and clean. Jetfire is more of a cross between TX-CP and blackbird, very pretty.

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #624 on: Fri, 25 August 2017, 23:14:02 »
Since v2 is going to be facelifted, I think I'm going to handwire my own blackbird from scratch. No point in waiting around for Duck to come out with another v1 Blackbird.
Where did you hear about this news? Is there already an announcement?

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It was first mentioned in the Lightsaver v3 thread by Mindxthinker.

https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=89546.450

Although after a bit of researching it looks like this new board is going to be called Jetfire. Duck posted some pictures on his instagram a day ago.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BYI1X_Vjskt/

Maybe the Blackbird will still make a return  ;D
Hmm... That's not quite Blackbird though... Got the extra f-row. I really enjoyed the 60/10key/arrows combo very minimalistic and clean. Jetfire is more of a cross between TX-CP and blackbird, very pretty.

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Yeah I didn't like the added f-row when I saw it either. It was originally posted under Duck facelift design and since it most resembled the the Blackbird we all assumed it was the Blackbird v2. If you read through the Lightsaver thread you'll see some people liked the change and others (like me) didn't. Though since this new board has a name now it isn't the Blackbird v2.

http://duck0113.tistory.com/136
« Last Edit: Fri, 25 August 2017, 23:16:17 by Atredl »

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #625 on: Tue, 05 September 2017, 21:33:01 »
So I was updating my Blackbird keymap and try to upload the firmware afterwards the lights didn't come back on and key press don't respond, the only thing is when i plug in the usb i see a flash of light and that was it... any idea how to get it to come back from this?


well i honestly dont know what i did but it's back alive! i was ****ing around with Atmel flip and after that it still didn't wwork and i just pressed a bunch keys together... suddenly lights came back on! and keys works! weird!!! 1 hour of panic but it's all good for now...  :-\
« Last Edit: Tue, 05 September 2017, 22:33:35 by gaiden »

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #626 on: Wed, 06 September 2017, 10:47:41 »
So I was updating my Blackbird keymap and try to upload the firmware afterwards the lights didn't come back on and key press don't respond, the only thing is when i plug in the usb i see a flash of light and that was it... any idea how to get it to come back from this?


well i honestly dont know what i did but it's back alive! i was ****ing around with Atmel flip and after that it still didn't wwork and i just pressed a bunch keys together... suddenly lights came back on! and keys works! weird!!! 1 hour of panic but it's all good for now...  :-\

Yahoo!! The Blackbird rises again! :)

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #627 on: Wed, 06 September 2017, 11:52:28 »
Since v2 is going to be facelifted, I think I'm going to handwire my own blackbird from scratch. No point in waiting around for Duck to come out with another v1 Blackbird.
Where did you hear about this news? Is there already an announcement?

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It was first mentioned in the Lightsaver v3 thread by Mindxthinker.

https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=89546.450

Although after a bit of researching it looks like this new board is going to be called Jetfire. Duck posted some pictures on his instagram a day ago.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BYI1X_Vjskt/

Maybe the Blackbird will still make a return  ;D
Hmm... That's not quite Blackbird though... Got the extra f-row. I really enjoyed the 60/10key/arrows combo very minimalistic and clean. Jetfire is more of a cross between TX-CP and blackbird, very pretty.

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Yeah I didn't like the added f-row when I saw it either. It was originally posted under Duck facelift design and since it most resembled the the Blackbird we all assumed it was the Blackbird v2. If you read through the Lightsaver thread you'll see some people liked the change and others (like me) didn't. Though since this new board has a name now it isn't the Blackbird v2.

http://duck0113.tistory.com/136

Thank God. That board is just another compact 1800. Blackbird is unique and should remain so.
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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #628 on: Tue, 17 October 2017, 13:03:00 »
On the hunt for a Black Bird PCB, $100 bounty... pm's please
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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #629 on: Tue, 17 October 2017, 13:04:22 »
On the hunt for a Black Bird PCB, $100 bounty... pm's please

Oh no! What happened??

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #630 on: Tue, 17 October 2017, 13:26:45 »
On the hunt for a Black Bird PCB, $100 bounty... pm's please

Oh no! What happened??

sigh, i am an idiot basically and forgot a stab on the left shift, then decided id just do a split left shift instead of de-soldering the entire pcb to install said stab. Managed to lift a pad because I used my de-soldering gun without tinning the tip and adding more solder before hand... mistakes were made and im going to blame it on the beer i was drinking at the time!

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #631 on: Tue, 17 October 2017, 13:30:22 »
On the hunt for a Black Bird PCB, $100 bounty... pm's please

Oh no! What happened??

sigh, i am an idiot basically and forgot a stab on the left shift, then decided id just do a split left shift instead of de-soldering the entire pcb to install said stab. Managed to lift a pad because I used my de-soldering gun without tinning the tip and adding more solder before hand... mistakes were made and im going to blame it on the beer i was drinking at the time!
Well it happens..but I think given the proper instructions from maybe Duck there might be ways to jump it.. maybe take some pictures and post maybe someone here can help out. You probably have a greater chance of doing jumps than actually finding an extra PCB TBH...

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #632 on: Tue, 17 October 2017, 13:32:47 »
On the hunt for a Black Bird PCB, $100 bounty... pm's please

Oh no! What happened??

sigh, i am an idiot basically and forgot a stab on the left shift, then decided id just do a split left shift instead of de-soldering the entire pcb to install said stab. Managed to lift a pad because I used my de-soldering gun without tinning the tip and adding more solder before hand... mistakes were made and im going to blame it on the beer i was drinking at the time!
Well it happens..but I think given the proper instructions from maybe Duck there might be ways to jump it.. maybe take some pictures and post maybe someone here can help out. You probably have a greater chance of doing jumps than actually finding an extra PCB TBH...

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Yea, its been fixed with a jumper and works as intended but its just so damn ugly and me knowing its there is even worse!

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #633 on: Tue, 17 October 2017, 21:09:43 »
Any info on Jetfire GB? They mentioned it would be this month...

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #634 on: Tue, 24 October 2017, 10:01:39 »
On the hunt for a Black Bird PCB, $100 bounty... pm's please

Oh no! What happened??

sigh, i am an idiot basically and forgot a stab on the left shift, then decided id just do a split left shift instead of de-soldering the entire pcb to install said stab. Managed to lift a pad because I used my de-soldering gun without tinning the tip and adding more solder before hand... mistakes were made and im going to blame it on the beer i was drinking at the time!
Well it happens..but I think given the proper instructions from maybe Duck there might be ways to jump it.. maybe take some pictures and post maybe someone here can help out. You probably have a greater chance of doing jumps than actually finding an extra PCB TBH...

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Yea, its been fixed with a jumper and works as intended but its just so damn ugly and me knowing its there is even worse!

You can get replacement eyelets to repair lifted pads directly, although it sounds like this might only be useful for future reference, at this point...

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #635 on: Tue, 24 October 2017, 10:42:00 »


You can get replacement eyelets to repair lifted pads directly, although it sounds like this might only be useful for future reference, at this point...

Yes I have eyelets, but the damage is actually on a trace connected to the eyelet unfortunately. Repairing PCB's with damage like that is a lot easier said then done, you have to have a variety of tools to scrape/clean/retrace and epoxy down the traces then cover them back up with substrate. I have done some pcb repair work myself and basically stopped doing it because you need like a damn microscope to get the job done along with a decent heated air station that I also elected not to buy. Its actually pretty comical cutting a custom trace and trying to set it with a set of normal tweasers, comical and infuriating.

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #636 on: Tue, 24 October 2017, 10:51:33 »
Yes I have eyelets, but the damage is actually on a trace connected to the eyelet unfortunately. Repairing PCB's with damage like that is a lot easier said then done, you have to have a variety of tools to scrape/clean/retrace and epoxy down the traces then cover them back up with substrate. I have done some pcb repair work myself and basically stopped doing it because you need like a damn microscope to get the job done along with a decent heated air station that I also elected not to buy. Its actually pretty comical cutting a custom trace and trying to set it with a set of normal tweasers, comical and infuriating.

Often times you can get away with soldering in magnet wire or wire-wrap wire (anything very thin) between the two pads that the trace connects. Or you can scrape up the solder mask along part of the trace, and solder between there and the pad it needs to connect to, though that is more difficult.

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #637 on: Fri, 03 November 2017, 01:17:25 »
I don’t have all the parts yet and I haven’t even hand-wired it but I couldn’t wait to put the caps on.



Really couldn’t wait until Duck did another run :)

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #638 on: Thu, 28 December 2017, 10:16:01 »
Still on the hunt for a Black Bird PCB, $100 bounty... pm's please :thumb: :thumb:

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #639 on: Thu, 28 December 2017, 10:55:49 »
Any info on Jetfire GB? They mentioned it would be this month...

Did I miss this?  I still like the 1800 layout a bit more I think.  But I was curious to the pricing.

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #640 on: Thu, 28 December 2017, 10:58:31 »
Any info on Jetfire GB? They mentioned it would be this month...

Did I miss this?  I still like the 1800 layout a bit more I think.  But I was curious to the pricing.
Yup, Jetfire GB already passed. I think they’ve all paid and are now waiting for the boards to be made.

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #641 on: Thu, 19 April 2018, 20:15:09 »
Blackbird deserves a v2!
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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #642 on: Thu, 19 April 2018, 23:47:20 »
Blackbird deserves a v2!
that's what jetfire is
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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #643 on: Wed, 07 October 2020, 01:50:32 »
WE NEED A R2 ASAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #644 on: Sat, 05 December 2020, 20:20:54 »
Please release these again <3

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #645 on: Sun, 31 January 2021, 02:54:27 »
just realized that i am still waiting for my replacement acrylic part

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Re: Duck Black Bird Kustom Group Buy
« Reply #646 on: Tue, 04 May 2021, 20:43:15 »
Damn ..... I wish I had known about this hobby earlier  :confused: