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This area is to discuss and promote the articles which are appearing in the Iron Cross Magazine. Please check back soon to see what this new partnership is all about.

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19 hours ago, Nick said:

This area is to discuss and promote the articles which are appearing in the Iron Cross Magazine. Please check back soon to see what this new partnership is all about.

Looking seriously good!

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On 19/10/2020 at 16:27, RobS said:

Looking seriously good!

Can only agree. A new (albeit already a year old) magazine with fresh, original articles and a stylish area of the forum to discuss the pieces contained within.

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23 hours ago, hucks216 said:

Can only agree. A new (albeit already a year old) magazine with fresh, original articles and a stylish area of the forum to discuss the pieces contained within.

I am glad you like it! Hard at work on Issue 7 atm! 

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