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Just finished this, the 1/72 Attack Squadron resin kit of the autonomous Fire Scout helicopter. It's small in this scale but really well cast with PE for some of the smaller parts. The kit is now sold under the Brengun label.

 

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Very nice Mike and it`s great to catch up with you again.  I had problems trying to post on our other website so I`ve moved over to this one.  I look forward to more unique and high quality builds from you!!!!!  👍

 

Mike

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Whoa!  That's beautiful!

:goodjob:

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Never heard of it but it looks rather cool and purposeful. Is this a drone then?

 

Stuart

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Nice work on this one... I always think of these as rather small, but keep forgetting that these are based on a real helicopter

 

18 minutes ago, Courageous said:

Never heard of it but it looks rather cool and purposeful. Is this a drone then?

 

Stuart

Yes it is, but they call it an unmanned autonomous helicopter... In all, it is a drone, with some advanced weaponry

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A miniature masterpiece! Great work.

 

Terry

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What an amazing little kit, looks awesome and until I see it next to a tin of enamel I genuinely thought it was bigger! you've done a lovely job of that.

 

Marc

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Very nice. With that shape it is crying out for someone to paint a shark mouth on it.

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11 hours ago, Courageous said:

Never heard of it but it looks rather cool and purposeful. Is this a drone then?

 

Stuart

It’s a UAV, not a drone. Drones fly a preprogrammed mission, with little to no input from the pilot or operator. Or an RPA, remotely piloted aircraft. 

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That is a really tidy piece of work ... and tiny too!  Had you not posed it next to a pot of enamel I would have thought it much larger.  Great work!

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Very smart, a little stunned at how small it is.

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Smart!  one of those would look good next to my reaper and predator model! (and hey presto- another kit in the stash 🙂 )

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After seeing a review on Hyperscale and this finished model I could be really tempted. You've done a great job on what looks like a tiny model.

 

Thanks for sharing,

 

Mark

 

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I suppose your gonna now say that you don't use an Optivisor either? 

That is blooming brilliant Mike and you really appreciate the fine details once you view that last photgraph.

 

Cheers and very well modelled.. Dave  

 

 

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