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About Grizzly

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  • Birthday 03/10/1949

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    Post War Fleet Air Arm.

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  1. Yes it is printed on soiled sheet but full instructions are given how to use it. Thanks for the glue tip I will try & source some .
  2. I also have the 1/72 kit it is very impressive & a new way of construction with small brass pins ,fit is amazing on the components. I have also received Oldmodels decal sheet from NZ to complete it. Which is the best glue to use on 3D printed plastic? As donot want to damage the kit.
  3. Yes it returned to RAFBG I have pictures of it on farewell flight from Lossiemouth in this scheme. Which she still has at the FAA museum.
  4. You will need the larger long range tanks ,they had rocket assisted drop down packs behind the bomb Bay & larger droppler radar on abox replacing the original.
  5. Lovely rendering of the old Frog kit,if I remember right this was the last ECM 6 Gannet they used at LM for training went back to this scheme after overall RAF Blue Gray then returned to the RAFBG towards the end.
  6. Air Britain publishing, they do a discount for Ex services ,quote your services number.
  7. How about some 1/72 F5A/B RF5. Norwegian markings ,for those ESCI kits I have please
  8. 1977 F5g Norwegian Jokers aircraft ,should be Greenham Common not Fairford .
  9. I have Boxings under both labels, same company.
  10. Thanks Ali all received today ,great service & products as always
  11. Airwaves did a update to HAS5 standard, much of which is in the Revell HAS6 ,small aerial under cockpit S/B side ,ECM jammer on nose Port side main difference, interior totally different.
  12. The pods were Sea Vixen fuel tanks with the sniffer nose from the Victor SR grafted on the front. I Used Cyder hobby tanks with nose from the Airfix Victor SR.& Vixen hard points.
  13. I remember these aircraft well & always liked them dropping off troop & Landrovers on exercises. I have just purchased the Oneman models 1/72 C1 & I am really impressed with it ,awaiting decals from New Zealand so your pictures are very apt thanks for sharing.
  14. They were 702NAS which was the OCU for the Lynx HAS2/8 thus duel control . The black cats did not carry a RO in the port seat .
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