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Master Models
Douglas Skyraider 20mm Cannon and Pitot Probes

Douglas Skyraider 20mm Cannon and Pitot Probes

1:32 Master Models

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The latest batch of items from Master Models included these two sets for 1:32 Skyraiders.  As usual, they are beautifully turned and finished and are so much more realistic than the kit parts. Though easy to assemble and fit, one set is a little more fiddly than the other.

 

[AM-32-093] – This set is for any 1:32 Douglas Skyraider. The set includes turned brass barrels without flash hiders and aluminium pitot tube. The set contains two versions of cannon muzzles.

 

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[AM-32-094] – Has also been designed for any 1:32 Douglas Skyraider and contains turned brass 20mm gun barrels with flash hiders and a turned aluminium pitot tube.

 

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Conclusion

Here we have another pair of really useful and well produced items.  Both sets are well up to standard we have come to expect from Master Models. All you have to do is a bit of research on what the particular aircraft you are modelling was fitted with and choose the correct set.

 

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