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Currently painting some of these up for my F-15E. Instructions callout Olive Drab for the complete unit. But I'm seeing other pictures and color callouts they say the main body is Deep Bronze green? Right Wrong or just sometimes Also any idea of the FS number for the Deep Bronze Green? I believe its different to the British colour. Many thanks, Chris
GBU-12 (672166) 1:72 Eduard Brassin The GBU-12 or Paveway II was a US Laser Guided bomb based on the Mk 82 500lb general purpose bomb. A seaker on the nose would home in on reflected laser light and fins on the front and rear of the bomb would steer it to the target. The bomb was used by the US and many of its allies. As usual with Eduard's resin sets, they arrive in the plastic, with the resin parts safely cocooned on dark grey foam inserts. There are 4 bombs, 2 different types of noses, and a sheet of PE with front and rear bomb fins. A smll sheet of decals for markings rounds of the package. Review sample courtesy of
GBU-12 LGB's 1:32 Eduard Brassin This set contains four complete GBU-12 LGB's. Each one consists of the body, tail assembly, four separate fore-planes and a choice of two different styles of seeker head. Construction is pretty simple, but the will be some drilling involved, on top of the usual removal of the moulding blocks and associated cleaning up. With the body removed from the moulding block you will need to drill a recess in the end with a 6mm drill, followed bu some shaping of the indentations. Eduard have provided a pair of etched brass templates for this task. The tail is then attached followed by the fore-planes are then fitted. Each of the seeker heads also require a hole to be drilled into the base, and a template has also been provided. With the hole drilled, the head unit can be fitted to the spiky end of the body and drooped accordingly. Painting is simple, consisting of olive drab overall, with just he fore-plane section of the body painted brown, on top of which you add the supplied decals, using the painting guide on the instructions for location. Review sample courtesy of