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SimPlai

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    The mongoose bites the Cobra .....

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  1. An update on assembly progress. Added various antennas, tail rotor, cargo wings complete with Spike missiles, rocket launchers and additional tank. The air data probe is also added.
  2. Wip AH-129D Mangusta 1/48. Installed 2 pitot tubes, nose with sensors Toplite 3 and HIRNS plus, TM-197B cannon
  3. Some assembly updates. Some things to fix but I'm glad to see him born.
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    Thank you! My Avatar is indicative .... AW ..... Thank you! Honored to be here.
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    Hello to all. My name is Simon (SimPlai) live in Italy and I thank you for accepting me in the forum. I did modeling for about 35 years, I built mainly planes and helicopters 1/72 and 1/48 modern. A few years ago (I think 7), a light earthquake brought down the windows that contained all my models. I stopped doing modeling. Then, about two years ago, I decided to start a project I had in mind in 1991, when I served in the military. I hope will please you and I would be honored for your opinions. Thank you again.
  6. Currently the Italian Army operates with two variants of the A129. The A129C variant (which uses only Tow missiles) and the variant D (which uses Spike missiles). most of the C version will be converted into D. The A129 was born with 4 blades, but they are many years that all Mangusta have 5 blades and TM197B gun (lighter variant of the Ah1 Cobra M197)
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