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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

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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