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  1. In the framework of the recent toy tradefair Mir Detstva 2017, held at Moscow, Zvezda is reported having announced, as follow up to it's Mi-24V/VP "Hind-E" kit (ref.7293), a 1/72nd Mil Mi-24P "Hind-F" for 2018. To be followed. Source AlexGRD: http://master194.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=100171&sid=b7252e4ad3d849de8e26c4c009281a81 V.P.
  2. Mi-24F Hind-A. The Mil-24F is a Modified Hind-A with seven reinforcing ribs on the port fuselage aft of the wing, the IFF antenna relocated from the canopy to the oil cooler, and the APU exhaust was also extended and angled downwards. Pics taken at The Ukraine State Aviation Museum Zhulyany, Kiev. Pics thanks to Dave Haskell.
  3. Mil-24D, at The Ukraine State Aviation Museum Zhulyany, Kiev. Pics thanks to Dave Haskell.
  4. This is the Italeri kit in 1/72 using the Blue Rider decal sheet. The kit is pretty poor, with the fit and detail lacking. What I should have done was bin this one and go and buy the Hobby Boss kit, but ah well. The Blue Rider decals are pretty good. I also whipped up a small base for it to sit on. Despite the fit issues, I'm rather happy with how it turned out. I'll glue it to the base later which will hide a few of the defects lol.
  5. Detail pics of the Hind D at The Helicopter Museum in Weston-Super-Mare. Pics mine. Pics thanks to Rich Ellis. Mil Mi-24D "Hind", 96+26/421, C/N. 230270110073. Built in 1981 as a ground attack/assault helicopter and powered by two Klimov TV-3-117 turboshaft engines. The Hind in the Museum collection is a Mi-24D variant, some 350 of which were built at factories in Arsenyev and Rostov-on-Don. Armament includes a 12.7 mm four barrel 9-A 624 machine gun, four Falanga anti-tank missiles and 80 rockets in four under wing pods. First flown on 2nd April 1981 it was delivered to the East German Army based at Basephol, North of Berlin. In early 1992 it was decided to disband the Hind squadrons and its last flight was on 24th February 1992. The German Government allocated it to the Helicopter Museum and a team went to Basephol in early 1995 to dismantle and transport it to the United Kingdom. It was delivered to the Museum on 20th February 1995 with assistance from Bristow Helicopters.Info from The Helicopter Museum
  6. Eduard is to rebox for the Eday 2016 (http://www.eday.cz/) with add-ons and a book the Zvezda's 1/72nd Mil Mi-24D/V "Hind-D/-E" as dual combo style limited edition kit - ref.72633 Source: http://www.72news.eu/2016/07/eduard-mi-24d-hind-for-eday-incoming.html V.P.
  7. My son bought me this kit for my birthday, he reckons I need something different in my cabinet. I have never built a Tamiya kit nor a Russian Helicopter. Something I can't figure out is why Tamiya re-box Italeri kits. Is Tamiya a crap kit manufacturer??? The only part of this kit made in Japan is the box. No English in the instructions and I am sure the colour call outs are wrong, I will work it out....... Box art. Sprues Decals Thanks for looking. Stephen
  8. Eduard Mi-24/35 Upgrade Set 1:72 Eduard A few months ago, Eduard released a limited edition boxing of Zvezda's highly regarded Mi-24/35 Hind. Available only as a dual combo kit with a huge choice of (mainly Czech) marking options, it quickly sold out. Now Eduard have followed up with a further photo etched upgrade set, which will come in handy if you have the Eduard kit, the original Zvezda kit or even the Revell re-box. The set comprises a single unpainted fret which contains parts for both interior and exterior (mainly interior) of the Hind. Included are details for the cabin window frames, the electrical equipment racks and a host of small bits and bobs for the cabin sidewalls. Turning to the outside of the airframe, there are parts for the port wingtip laser designator pod, windscreen wipers, pitot tube, the ventral avionics bay door, the landing gear and landing gear bays, the ordnance, rotor head and a host of vents, aerials and other lumps and bumps. Conclusion Zvezda's kit, in all its different boxings, is already very good indeed. This set can only serve to elevate it to an even higher place. Some might argue it is gilding the lily, but there is a limit to what can be achieved with injection moulded plastic and this set takes that limit as a sensible starting point. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  9. ReccePhreak

    Revell/Monogram 1/48 Mi-24 Hind question

    I am getting ready to start on my Mi-24RKhR NBC recce Hind conversion, but have a question. I remember reading somewhere that the tail boom is too short on the kit, causing the main rotor to hit it. Does anybody know how short it is, and where the extension should be made? Larry
  10. Dear all, As I was seemingly too late for ordering my example, I'm trying it through this way since there's nearly no shop still having them without paying half the kitprice extra on shipping etc... Therefor as I was only interested in the photoetch (which are available separately with Eduard) and the most important: the 0837 decal option. That was on my build wishlist for sooooo long, and now it's there and gone allready Therefor I'm searching for anyone who is willing to sell the specific 0837 decals with stencilling specific to that camouflage (other than standard) as well. So anyone who doesn't collect the kit and bought it for building, please please let me know if you don't need the decals. Thank you very much! I hope I didn't post this in the wrong forum but it's worth the try Greetings
  11. Mi-24/35 Mk.III Super Hind released now http://www.hasegawa-model.co.jp/product/02209/ Superhind with superprice for some small resin parts: www.1999.co.jp/eng/10396196 additional PU parts arent visible on photo ant they scanned only old instructions and not new list.
  12. Freedom Model Kits or Freedom Q is to release a egg plane (?) - or scale? - Mil Mi-24V "Hind-E" kit - ref.17301 Source: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153622324614147&set=gm.1750508361831713&type=3&theater Box art V.P.
  13. Scaleworx is to release a 1/72nd Mil Mi-35 "Superhind Mk.IV" resin conversion set based on the HobbyBoss Mil Mi-24 "Hind-E" Source: https://scontent-bru2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfa1/v/t1.0-9/8168_423379251194755_6769390759038163413_n.jpg?oh=66c80c5b5fb1e7d452b41fb8873b6f9e&oe=56FB82D3 V.P.
  14. Mil Mi-24 HindD NX120NX. NX120NX is an Ex Bulgarian Air Force Hind D, now operated on the civilian register in the USA by The Cold War Air Museum in Texas. Pics thanks to GeorgeUSA.
  15. Mi-35 Hind, this is the export version of the Mi-24. Czech Air Force Mi-35 visiting the Helicopter Museum at Weston Super Mare. Pics thans to Mike Costello.
  16. Sierra Leone Mi-24V Hind-E, pics by Greg Buckley
  17. Julien

    Hawker Hind

    Pics from Graham James from Old Warden
  18. Mi-24V Hind Antennas for Zvezda kit 1:72 Quickboost from Aires Over the years, Zvezda have built up quite a range of 1:72 scale Soviet and Russian helicopter models. There are no fewer than three different generations of Hind to choose from, including the classic Mi-24V Hind E. Now Quickboost have released this handy set of replacement resin Antennas to complement their excellent resin nose gun set. The parts are thoughtfully laid out on a single casting block with two vertical arms on either side. This helps ensure that the delicate parts shouldn’t come away from the block accidentally. The antennas (antennae?) themselves are perfectly cast and should look excellent once in place. You might have spotted that not all of the parts are actually antennas as there is at least one air intake included. Overall though this is a useful little set which should help to enhance an already very decent kit. Review samples courtesy of distributed in the UK by Hannants Ltd.
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