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Anyone who is thinking of Starfighters here are links for a fairly comprehensive -G model cockpit and airframe walk around.

Cockpit: http://walkarounds.scalemodels.ru/v/walkarounds/avia/after_1950/f-104g_germany/?g2_page=1

-104G airframe : http://www.sbap.be/aircraft/f104g/f104g.htm

http://www.aircraftwalkarounds.be/Images/Hubert%20F-104G%20Details%201/index_2.html

Of corse there are loads out there but I have been using them on a recent build and found them particularly helpful so thought may as well share!

David.

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For Su-25s I found this PDF useful for history, bases, dates and weapons stuff - first result on the page, I cant figure out how to link just the PDF file...

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=militaryrussia.ru/forum/download&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&gws_rd=cr&ei=3a0KV4uIF4enaOKIjIAN

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At the risk of being lined up and shot.... not reference as such.... but possibly handy for saving a few quid for "extras" and whatnot - https://www.modelhobbies.co.uk/have some discounts at the mo that are the cheapest I can find and undercutting Hanants by a few quid too. ;)

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At the risk of being lined up and shot.... not reference as such.... but possibly handy for saving a few quid for "extras" and whatnot - https://www.modelhobbies.co.uk/have some discounts at the mo that are the cheapest I can find and undercutting Hanants by a few quid too. ;)

Right you! Any last requests? :tomato:

:lol: Nah, everyone loves a bargain, at least you didn't post a link to That Damned Book.

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Hmmm, last requests you say? Yes. Lots. But Im suspecting Id best not go there.

Yep, I saved around £9 earlier on three purchases of resin weapon stuff. I say saved... what I mean is I didnt pay an extra £9...

What is this book you speak of? It seems intriguing, maybe even GB sourcing? Perhaps I should request a read as a last request? Or......... maybe.......... not..............? :)

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1/350 Soviet Typhoon SSBN Dmitri Donskoi (TK-208)

heres my reference thread for the build with links;

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typhoon-class_submarine

http://imgur.com/a/xi3P3

Happy modelling Chris

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For Russian aircraft (big and small) in Germany, this is a nice little site that covers some movements, deployments, tactics and weapons as well as nice orderly photos of individual aircraft and some anecdotal stories - its got it all! :)

http://www.16va.be/sitemap.html

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I got wondering about Remove Before Flight tags for Russian aircraft, seems they dont use RBFs as such, but this thread cleared it all up for me:

http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234958350-remove-before-flight-for-russian-aircrafts/

Also - Hannants have "Soviet Chocks" in 3 different styles in stock for £3 a set.

Its the little things that make big ugly feckers look good. ;)

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Hi guys, were the MiG's that carried the three colour camo factory applied or sprayed in situ on the Base?

Andy

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Hi guys, were the MiG's that carried the three colour camo factory applied or sprayed in situ on the Base?

Andy

Judging by the state of some of them Id say a bit of both.

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Su-25 load out options.

Basically no more than two types/weights of air-ground weapons can be carried (other than on the UB(K), UTG and T/TM versions) due to the targeting computers limit of 2 ballistics programs in the A and K versions at least. I think Ive got that right! With the exception of the gun pods it seems which can be used with rockets and bombs... no idea why, but the chart below was compiled with the help of Harvy on here, so I have no reason to doubt it at all. :)

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Edited by RMP2

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