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About azzaob

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  1. In the original comment thread, within the Facebook post, Cybermodeller reported that a ZM F-4E/F/G is next 'according to ZM'. I cannot find that comment thread, within the post as it is posted now, but it certainly was there when I shared the FB post to another modelling group two days ago.
  2. Yes, I haven't come across much yet in terms of other's analysis, the only other material online, with some links to started builds is here on LSP http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?showtopic=66853&page=18
  3. Yes, same for me in New Zealand, often more competitively priced for some kits than Hobbyeasy or Sealmodel [for 1/32 kits].
  4. Well the RNZAF roundel colour has certainly changed a bit in the facebook images.
  5. I hope it sells well. Great to see someone take a punt etc...and if it sells through Hannants, it is at least accessible to us in the colonies
  6. Meng Missiles & Bombs 1/48

    Cheers, I have a set of the True Details ones, but they look to be out of production now regrettably. Thanks, will take a look at the Maestro ones.
  7. Meng Missiles & Bombs 1/48

    yep agree Giorgio, the True Details resin ones [AIM-26s] are quite rare now
  8. Kitty Hawk's 1/48th Scale Su-22M-3 & M-4

    Looking forward to seeing what Stenka [Cold War Studio] finally comes up with for the KH Fitter. His stuff has got better and better with each release. The MiG-23BN correction set is superb value [21Euros] given what is included:resin, etch, canopies and a disc of high quality pics. Impressive. Hope the Fitter update is of similar value/quality.
  9. http://rnzaf.proboards.com/thread/13855/skyhawks-history-rnzaf-skyhawk is a good starting point [at least for RNZAF Skyhawks]. As is Lots of interesting info throughout the board also.
  10. US$5 shipping to New Zealand, Otakar, and that is about as far away as you can ship something in the world Looking forward to getting my set.
  11. Sukhoi Su-17 M3/M4 Fitter-K 1:48

    Fuselage break-down suggests other versions are possible...but given Kittyhawk's track record on multiple variants...the long promised RF-101...it may be a while
  12. Kitty Hawk's 1/48th Scale Su-22M-3 & M-4

    as mentioned above, if a bit of work on the lower windscreen / alteration of the struts is it, then a massive improvement...cannot wait to see the first build review.
  13. hmmmm...whilst I agree that sometimes people can be overly negative towards certain manufacturers, and almost try to find errors in some new releases, I think in this case the criticism is justified. The fact that Red Star are themselves producing a new nose suggests something is not quite right. I am not wanting to start a flame war over this, but given the premium price of the kit, and that one of the central features of the Su-34 is clearly not an accurate rendition of the shape, I think there is room for comment? I will eventually buy a copy of this kit, or the Kittyhawk one, once the price drops over time/discounting starts. In the meantime I can understand the frustrations felt by some along the lines of 'here we go again' with HBoss.