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Tamiya HAWK Mk.66 “SWISS AIR FORCE”

Since its first flight in 1974, the Hawk has been used by the RAF as a training/light combat aircraft. The Adour 151 turbofan engine which has a 2,360kg maximum takeoff weight was fitted to the 11m long, 5.7 tons lightweight fuselage. In addition to the 30mm gun pod, the Hawk could carry up to 3 tons of ordnance such as AIM-9L Sidewinder missiles.  The Hawk which has been operated by 16 countries as well as

Cyber Hobby 1/350 Alfa Class Submarine

The Soviet Union/Russian Navy Project 705 (Лира/Lira, "Lyre") was a class of hunter/killer nuclear powered submarines. The class is also known by the NATO reporting name of Alfa. They were the fastest class of military submarines built, with only the prototype K-222 (NATO "Papa" class) exceeding them in submerged speed. The Lira was a unique design among submarines; it used a powerful lead cooled fast reactor as a power source, which greatly reduced the size of

Revell 1/72 Gato Class Model Kit Pictures

Although the Revell's 1:72 Gato Class Submarine was a last year project, it happened during the transition of publishing platform (SMF to Wordpress) and lots of model kit pictures and posts didn't make it. Marking are from the USS Cobia which is still stationed in Wisconsin and used as a museum. As you can see from the pictures, there is  one taken with a 6x6 Truck and a Testors SBD-4 Dauntless in 1/72 for scale

Kinetic 1/48 F-16I SUFA (Storm)

The F-16I nicknamed "Sufa" (Storm) is manufactured by "Lockheed Martin" and equipped with a "Pratt & Whitney" engine as well as advanced systems developed in Israel according to the IAF's specifications by the country's defense industries. Conformal Fuel Tanks (CFT) - These tanks are manufactured by the  "Israel Aircraft Industries"  and increase the aircraft's amount of internal fuel by 50%. Their purpose is to significantly prolong the aircraft's flight range and ability to remain in

Eduard 1/48 Lavochkin La-7

The La-5's heritage began even before the outbreak of war, with the LaGG-1, a promising yet underpowered aircraft – turning a full circle, for example, took 20 seconds. The LaGG-3 was a modification of that design that attempted to correct this by both lightening the airframe and fitting a more powerful engine. Nevertheless, this was not enough, and the lack of power remained a significant problem. In early 1942, two of the LaGG-1 and -3's designers,

Airfix 1/72 Amphibian Buffalo

The Landing Vehicle Tracked (LVT) was a class of amphibious vehicles introduced by the United States Navy, Marine Corps and Army during World War II. Originally intended solely as cargo carriers for ship to shore operations, they rapidly evolved into assault troop and fire support vehicles as well. The LVT had its origins in a civilian rescue vehicle called the Alligator. Developed by Donald Roebling in 1935, the Alligator was intended to operate in swampy

New Alclad 2 Klear Kotes

And Alcad2 does it again! I came across the new line of clear coats from Alclad2 at my local hobby shop, and I was immediately curios. Back in March 2011, the folks at Alclad 2 announced the introduction of 6 new finishes to their product catalog: ALC 311 Klear Kote Light Sheen 4oz/120ml ALC 312 Klear Kote Semi-Matte 4oz/120ml ALC 313 Klear Kote Matte 4oz/120ml ALC 314 Klear Kote Flat 4oz/120ml ALC 408 Armoured Glass Tint 1oz/30ml ALC 600 Aqua Gloss Clear

Academy 1/48 Mig 21-PF

Here we add the 1/48 Academy MIG 21PF to our finished models section. A simple and affordable, yet a fair representation of this Soviet era aircraft. History: The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 (Russian: Микоян и Гуревич МиГ-21; NATO reporting name "Fishbed") is a supersonic jet fighter aircraft, designed by the Mikoyan-Gurevich Design Bureau in the Soviet Union. It was popularly nicknamed "balalaika", from the aircraft's planform-view resemblance to the Russian stringed musical instrument or ołówek (English: pencil) by

Cyber-Hobby 1/48 Heinkel He 162 A-2 “SALAMANDER” / Volkjager

History: The Heinkel He 162 Volksjäger (German, "People's Fighter") was a German single-engine, jet-powered fighter aircraft fielded by the Luftwaffe in World War II. Designed and built quickly, and made primarily of wood as metals were in very short supply and prioritised for other aircraft, the He 162 was nevertheless the fastest of the first generation of Axis and Allied jets. Volksjäger was the Reich Air Ministry's official name for the He 162. Other names given

AZTEK Airbrushes

I've seen the odd trend on some model building forums of being like an outcast on the model building community. Some folks even refer to it as AZ-CRAP. Well, that's not my point of view based on little over 12 years using Aztek Airbrushes. So that's a long time to verse my opinion about Aztek. Let me tell you, recently I purchased upon recommendation at my local hobby shop a brand spanking new Paasche Talon

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