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49 minutes ago, Dolfek said:

Try to download it from here:

 

Illegal copies are not allowed to be posted here. The magazine survives by people paying to read it and would die if people chose to post illegal copies instead.

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6 hours ago, Ian said:

G'day Chris,

 

Issue 8 arrived (Australia) with me today.  Can I help you with anything?

 

Regards,

Ian

Hi,

thanks, no, I will get one soon, just wondering how covid is effecting the mail in your area, and covid and brexit in the EU.

France to Germany 2-3 days no problem... UK to Germany may not arrive at all, or with great delays... bought a keyring off UK ebay, 2 weeks to arrive.

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