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Bristol Bulldog (63″)

£15.95£27.50

The RAF fighter of the 1930s, famous for its air displays is drawn to 1:6.4 scale on 2 well-detailed plan sheets from the Dennis Bryant Elite Plans range and is constructed from all wood. The model will suit a long-term building project, and is well worth the effort. Not suitable for beginners.

Plan MW3455 Cowl CF3455CL

 

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The RAF fighter of the 1930s, famous for its air displays is drawn to 1:6.4 scale on 2 well-detailed plan sheets from the Dennis Bryant Elite Plans range and is constructed from all wood. The model will suit a long-term building project, and is well worth the effort. Not suitable for beginners.

£27.50
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The Vickers machine gun became the standard armament of British and French WWI military aircraft. It was heavier than the Lewis Gun, but could be synchronised to fire through the propeller arc. Used on aircraft the water cooling system was unnecessary, but the jacket was retained, emptied of water and had gills cut in it to allow cooling air to be forced through it.

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Reflector Gunsight MkII

If the cockpit of your R/C model Allied WWII fighter looks a bit empty, perhaps this is what’s missing? It’s the reflector gunsight that’s mounted in clear view at the top of the instrument panel. Your fighter is not really complete without one!

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Full Description

A 63” span scale 1930s biplane for .60-size engines and 4-function R/C. Designed by Dennis Bryant.

Plan MW3455 Cowl CF3455CL

Specification

  • Designer: Dennis Bryant
  • Wingspan: 63″ / 1600 mm
  • Power Source: .60 cu. in. 2-stroke or ±.80 cu. in. 4-stroke
  • Power Source: IC Propeller
  • Radio Functions: 4
  • Scale: 1:6.4
  • Weight: 5kg approx.

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