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Tom Cleaver said on July 24, 2015
The article on their blog is well worth reading, about “scaling up” and “scaling down” a model and what that involves.
There’s also great new info on the Shack that’s coming the first of December.
Rob Pollock said on July 25, 2015
Airfix seem to have the bit between their teeth with these early-war types, and nobody can touch them at the moment. I’m sure this kit will be very popular.
Morne Meyer said on July 25, 2015
I fully agree. Now if they scaled up the Defiant and the Gnat then I am sure we could have a Supermarine Swift or maybe a Scimitar or is that just wishful thinking!!!
Marc Barris said on July 25, 2015
Talk about wishful thinking, how about a Defiant in 32nd scale, as I said, wishful thinking.
Stephen W Towle said on July 25, 2015
This has been played out before…if they only had gotten rid of the turret and had added some forward firing guns. The Defiant became a target tug. I’ve seen British Lockheed Ventura’s mounted with this style of turret which begs the idea of using it for that kit and turning the Airfix kit into a tug. Knowing the engineering of some of these New Airfix kits the Defiant will be easier to build than the CA kit.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on July 25, 2015
I wuz hoping! I’ll buy at least two! Bring on the Swift!
George Williams said on July 26, 2015
I haven’t looked at their website, presumably the Shackleton will be 1/72? I remember having my first air experience flight when I was an Air Cadet in a Shackleton at RAF St Mawgan in Cornwall, more years ago than I care to remember.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on July 26, 2015
George, I hear there are two 1/72 Shacks in the works, I think one had that bulbous radome underneath, whilst the other is in “clean” condition. Both taildraggers.
P.k said on July 30, 2015
I’ll get it two New products from Airfix They are at high level
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