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dov

AEG G.IV

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Hallo again

In summary a nice model, a real challenge. A good kit from WNW, with some surprises included.

My last WNW model. I choose spraying the camouflage, to prevent working with decals. You never know, if there are troubles with decals, it is too late. I learned my lessons already.

Never trust any instruction! At the very end, surprise, surprise! How to install the gun? Because the holding D18 prevents rotating! It is so foolish. The cramped front position with the bombs vertically, no space left, and the gun looks tangential outboard! The kit part D18 is a flaw.

The lower door, is actually closed by a spring. And as I read in Flight International after capture, no gun position was there either.

The bomb installation opens questions, but no suitable answer in the instruction. So I left my outboard bombs at home!

Well, dear modeler, never trust any instruction and be prepared for real astonishment. It is like an ambush! Stay ready to improve, and you may win! If you like crossword puzzle, so take WNW instruction, they are a puzzle.

For rigging: Everything is written in my post, to create the same rigging as I did on this AEG!

 

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Happy modelling

 

 

 

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A great looking kit despite your problems building it. The camouflage is very impressive.👍

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Lovely job. Very impressive. I used the same paint scheme on the Sierrascale vac form several years ago. Even in 1/72 you can have too much lozenge.

 

Regards, Steve

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