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  1. Hi, Wonder if there is any pictures and/or decals (1/72 scale) for those Brittish Corsair's that took part in Operation Tungsten against Tirpitz? Cheers / André
  2. Good Evening, I'm much more of a Cold War/Modern aircraft modeller, but a good friend of mine from Sweden wants to build the aforementioned aircraft. He visited the site where it lays in the bogs of northern Sweden and has the Hasegawa "Special Missions" boxing of their Lancaster kit. It was damaged during the Tirpitz raid and the crew made a forced landing in Sweden where all survived. They torched the aircraft as best they could, but the remains of the Lancaster are there to this day. The difficulty is the decals, I can do up the artwork but would need ref
  3. The Barracuda Actually, it was the type of RAF a/c, which caught my attention early. No kit was available. At the beginning of my scale modeler’s second life, 25 years ago, the RAF was my focus. When Special Hobby released the High Tech version, so I wanted to build it. My wife got additionally the Mk. V and so a third kit of the early version shifted to me. Three kits I had. The target was the Tirpitz. By some asking, I got in contact with a person in New Zealand, whose father was part of the striking team. Therefore, I got access to operational data and original bomb loads. These models
  4. The latest from the innovative South Korean company Infini Model has arrived in the UK. The sets include the thinnest wooden decks ever made, at 0.1mm thick using materials and techniques developed by Infini Model for small scale ship models. Also included is a set of turned brass masts to replace what are usually overly thick and chunky looking injection moulded items in 1/700 scale. They come with a small sheet of photo etched brass containing the essentials for using the headline parts, which includes replacement breakwaters and so on. A nice touch is the inclusion of extremely fine an
  5. Hello fellaz, I have been away from the forum for quite some time cause of busy work schedule etc but I kept building models on and off so in the last few months I completed 4 and about to complete the 5th... Here is one of them, the biggest model I have built so far: Regards
  6. DKM Battleship Tirpitz Academy 1:350 History Tirpitz was the second of two Bismarck-class battleships built for the German Kriegsmarine (War Navy) during World War II. Named after Grand Admiral Alfred von Tirpitz, the architect of the Kaiserliche Marine (Imperial Navy), the ship was laid down at the Kriegsmarinewerft Wilhelmshaven in November 1936 and her hull was launched two and a half years later. Work was completed in February 1941, when she was commissioned into the German fleet. Like her sister ship Bismarck, Tirpitz was armed with a main battery of eight 38-centimeter (15 in)
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