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Moson Model Show 2017 – Part 6 (aircraft 1/72 and smaller)

April 25, 2017 in Show Reports

Continuing the review of the 2017 Moson Model Show, here is a selection of models competing in the 1/72 and 1/144 aviation categories.

Feel free to comment on and discuss your favorites.

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10 responses to Moson Model Show 2017 – Part 6 (aircraft 1/72 and smaller)

  1. Whoa! That Cobra with digital camo is un-fracking-believable!!

    • You (almost) took the words right outta my mouth!

    • It IS awesome! That’s some paint job – and by that I mean the model (especially) AND the real one! I was still in the Army when digital began. The guys who had to paint it HATED IT. Out in the field, I couldn’t personally see that it was a better kind of camouflage. Those vehicles were just as easy to see through our TIS & TTS thermal sights than any other type of paint scheme. Thermal sights just don’t care. When you have a sight like what is used in many of today’s tanks that uses liquid nitrogen as a viewing material, EVERYTHING gives off heat! Even winter grass. (Liquid nitrogen is −195.79 °C; – 77 K; −320 °F) Really cold. Almost ANYthing on earth shows more heat than that!

  2. Great selection. Wish there was a mainstream 1/72 kit of the HP 42

  3. Ahh – there’s my scale! Man, there’s some beautiful work on display – something to shoot for…

  4. VERY interesting! Near the beginning of the photos is an ME/BF 109 E type – can anyone tell me what the markings are? I’ve never seen those before.
    Mr. Editor, this has been a wonderful series! Thanks for taking time to post ALL that you have. I’m hoping for even more!

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