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Anybody have a rivet plan in 1/32 for a G6? In all those books you think there would be one but no. A couple of partials in 48 so I may need to just upscale.

Thanks

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Is this link any use, click on the technical reference and then drawings tab and you should get some plans.

Cheers....

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Is this link any use, click on the technical reference and then drawings tab and you should get some plans.

Cheers....

Thanks Mike, in all the printed excitement i forgot the 109 Lair!

Regards

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Help needed, I have a set of 1/72 Aires 20mm guns MG FF, for a 109, thing is what mark and where abouts do they go?

I'd been looking on t'net, but keep getting side tracked, :bouncy:TIA,

Sean

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Generally MG FFs were in the wings on 109Es, Fs had no wing armament, while Gs had the MG151, a lighter and faster-firing weapon. I'm sure others can provide more detail.

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Cheers Peter,

Sean

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Hi guys,

Does somebody knows what the color is for the under carriage bays on a late G10? On earlier versions it was always RLM02, but on late versions I am not so sure.

Cheers,

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Lovely set of Emils and Friedrichs from the estate of JG 52 ace Gustav Denk currently on offer via Ebay.de seller foto-historiker

http://stores.ebay.c...=p2047675.l2563

http://falkeeins.blo...photo-find.html

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Looking for good pics of the wing attachment and fuselage feedthroughs of the 109

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