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I have taken the liberty of moving this updated table from the original topic that Shiraboshi started and pinning it to the top of the MB forum.

 

The best way to view the table is to download it from the link in the first post in this topic thread, and open it in a program that can read Adobe PDF files. The file has two versions of the same table, one in Japanese and one in English.

 

Thank you Shiraboshi, for all the work you've done!

-- Joel -- "I collect expensive and time-consuming hobbies."

 

INK (noun): A villainous compound of tannogallate of iron, gum-arabic and water,

chiefly used to facilitate the infection of idiocy and promote intellectual crime.

(from The Devil's Dictionary, by Ambrose Bierce)

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There's a news that the piston knob was recently changed to a lighter material with black color.

 

Have you heard of this? Very curious...

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Dear Rare

 

Thank you very much for

Thank you very much for your information.
It takes time, but it'll be checked.
It's the second half in 2010 's, so even if there is change, part parts aren't strange, are they?
I'm planning to buy it in 2024 next....
A chronological table is the condition now up to that.
your information.
It takes time, but it'll be checked.
It's the second half in 2010 's, so even if there is change, part parts aren't strange, are they?
I'm planning to buy it in 2024 next....
A chronological table is the condition now up to that.

SHIRABOSHI

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It takes time, but it'll be checked.

It's the second half in 2010 's, so even if there is change, part parts aren't strange, are they?
I'm planning to buy it in 2024 next....
A chronological table is the condition now up to that.
your information.

It takes time, but it'll be checked.

It's the second half in 2010 's, so even if there is change, part parts aren't strange, are they?

I'm planning to buy it in 2024 next....

 

~ Dear Shiraboshi:

 

What exactly do you plan to buy in 2024?

That's six years later. Will something special be offered for sale in 2024?

Thank you very much.

Tom K.

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