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March

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  1. 1/48 SAAB J 29 by Pilot Replicas

    The kits that were featured in the future releases section of the Hannants website are no longer there either.
  2. A set of each arrived at my abode today. The Guardians of the North info sheet is extremely informative, providing fantastic detail on the airframes in question, whether they have been re-numbered and how heavily weathered they are etc. Highly recommended if you love Flankers.
  3. All the best Martin. This past year has been a tough one for me, although for very different reasons that I will not go into on this thread. Hope the medications you are on help you manage the disease so that 1:1 scale version of you can function. For me and I am sure for 99.9999% of folks on this board, somebody's health is far more important that a model kit.
  4. Airfix 2018

    Don't tell me, you prefer your pitchforks and burning torches to be in 1:1 scale?! 😜
  5. This and a Su-33? As others are hoping, I'm guessing the rest of the Flanker family is also being worked on.
  6. AIRFIX 1/48 Supermarine Walrus Mk.I Q3 2017

    Airfix review and update release dates each month.
  7. Sukhoi Su-30MKK Flanker-G 1:48

    Caracal Models offer two sheets for the Su-30 in 1/48th scale already. CD 48088: Sukhoi Su-30MK Part 1 CD48089 - Sukhoi Su-30MK/MKK Flanker - Part 2
  8. USS George HW Bush and escorts

    Wow! Thanks for sharing. I've actually been onboard that beast. A friend of mine served in the US Navy and his last deployment was actually it's maiden voyage to the Sandy Lands (as he referred to it). The voyage saw the flotilla stop over in Portsmouth for a couple of days, at which point myself and a few friends were cleared to go aboard and be shown around whilst she was in Stokes Bay. It's basically a massive floating city. Pretty cool that even in though they were in the waters of a ally, there were a couple of submarines watching over her at all times. There is a statue in one if the hangers depicting Gerorge H W in his Navy days. I really ought to dig out my photos of the event...
  9. It is my understanding that Hannants will not be handling future AMK distribution. I've had a Ltd. Ed Mig-31 on back order with them for an age now, even though they were released about six months ago. All I am saying is that when it comes to AMK products, be weary of Hannants being able to supply.
  10. There is one from this very forum in the reviews section from a couple of months ago.
  11. As a fan of the late Craig Thomas and the film, may I say that I'm sure Mitchell Gant and Kenneth Aubrey would approve, as do I.
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