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  1. German A4/V2 Rocket 1:72 Revell (03309) The Vergeltungswaffe 2, commonly known as the V-2, was the first ballistic missile to be used in combat anywhere in the world. Although relatively simple by modern standards, it laid the foundations for the space programmes of the USA and the Soviet Union in the postwar period. The V-2 was a liquid-fuelled, single-stage rocket, steered by rudders placed on the tail fins and graphite vanes at the exhaust nozzle. Guidance was provided by two gyroscopes (one for horizontal and one for vertical) and an accelerometer pr
  2. anybody know what they looked like? below are the clearest pics i could find. could it be a 'C'clip? (not the later ring/pin arrangement)
  3. V2 Rocket, Hanomag SS-100 and Miellerwagen 1:72 Takom The Vergeltungswaffe 2, commonly known as the V-2, was the first ballistic missile to be used in combat anywhere in the world. Although relatively simple by modern standards, it laid the foundations for the space programmes of both the USA and the Soviet Union in the postwar period. The V-2 was a liquid-fuelled, single-stage rocket, steered by rudders placed on the tail fins and graphite vanes at the exhaust nozzle. Guidance was provided by two gyroscopes (one for horizontal and one for vertical) and
  4. A-Stoffanhängar Liquid Oxygen Tank for V2 Rocket 1:72 Special Armour Special Armour, the small scale AFV imprint from CMK of the Czech Republic, have a number of V-2 and related kits in their impressive and growing range. This kit, depicting the Liquid Oxygen (A-Stoff or LOX) supply tank for fuelling the V2 rocket, is the latest to join the range alongside the Gigant transporter, various trailers and the V2 rockets themselves. Inside the end-opening box are two sprues of caramel-coloured plastic and a glossy, full-colour instruction booklet. As we've seen with other kits in the range, t
  5. Here is another Real Space model of mine, a V2 "Bumper" with WAC Corporal sounding rocket on the end. These were developed up to 1950 to study the feasibility of multi-stage rockets and could attain an altitude of up to 93 miles! The Bumper was the first rocket launched from Cape Canaveral in July 1950. The kit is basically the 1/72 Condor V2 with a scratchbuilt WAC. This is tubing, sheet and a piece of sprue filed and sanded to shape. When making a part like this, one technique is to "turn" the part in a piece of wet or dry between your fingers, ensuring a reasonably even section. Whatever,
  6. I saw Don's post about rocketry and the A-9 ICBM, and that tickled my fancy to get a V2. I've stood next to the beaten up one in Cosford a few times, and always fancied a kit to put in the cabinet, so I picked up the snap-together Pegasus kit in my favourite scale 1:48. It's a very simple kit for obvious reasons, and fit is excellent, I have to say All it took was trimming off the sprue gates, and scraping the central ring that joins the top to the bottom to get a better fit. Tamiya Extra Thin along all the joints, and an elastic band round the middle to tease a slightly popping seam into
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