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|Category||:||Aircraft Scale Models|
|Subcategory||:||1:72 Hobby Master|
|Scale||:||1 : 72|
|Format||:||L : 181mm W : 246mm H : 66mm|
|Version||:||Diecast metal construction with some plastic components. Realistic panel lines, antennas, access panels and surface details. Pad printed markings and placards that won't fade or peel like decals.|
|Availability||:||only 1 remaining|
This product was added to our database on Thursday 22 March 2018.
Category Aircraft Scale Models, Subcategory 1:72 Hobby Master, Scale 1 : 72, ISBN/Box HA2316, Publisher/Brand Hobbymaster, Format L : 181mm W : 246mm H : 66mm, Version Diecast metal construction with some plastic components. Realistic panel lines, antennas, access panels and surface details. Pad printed markings and placards that won't fade or peel like decals.
Superb detailing in 1/72 scale.
Pre-painted with pad applied markings.
Weapons that are not permanently attached.
Comes with crew figures
Display stand included.
Option to display model with wheels up or down.
Minimum use of plastic.
The Bristol Beaufighter was designed as a two-seat long-range fighter. To speed up
production many parts of the older Bristol Beaufort were used. The tail, landing gear and
wings of the Beaufort were transplanted to the Beaufighter and most units were equipped
with airborne radar located in the nose for night-fighting. The Mk. IF was the initial
production and fitted with four 20 mm cannons in the nose along with six 7.7 mm machine
guns in the wings. The Beaufighter TF Mk.X was the last major version with 2,231 built.
In 1919 No. 144 Squadron was disbanded after a brief period of action. In January 1937 the
No. 144 Squadron was re-established and equipped with Handley Page Hampdens. In 1943
the 144th received the Bristol Beaufighter that was much more suited to the task of torpedo
bomber. In June 1943 the squadron moved to Algeria to operate in the Mediterranean.
Three months later the 144th returned to Great Britain. In September 1944, 144 Squadron
moved to RAF Banff for anti-shipping attacks near Norway and were disbanded in May 1945.
Specifications: Bristol Beaufighter T.F.X
Wing span - 57 ft. 10 in. (17.64 m)
Length - 41 ft. 4 in. (12.59 m)
Height - 15 ft. 10 in. (4.84 m)
Empty - 15,592 lb (7,072 kg)
Maximum - 25,400 lb. (11,521 kg)
Disposable Load - 9,808 lb. (4,448 kg)
Powerplant – 2 x Bristol Hercules XVII fourteen-cylinder two-row sleeve-valve radial engines
rated @ 1,725 hp (1,286 kw) @ 2,900 rpm for take-off
rated @ 1,395 hp (1,040 kw) @ 2,400 rpm at 1,500 ft. (457 m)
Maximum Speed - @ sea-level - 320 mph (514 km/h)
Service Ceiling - 19,000 ft. (5,791 m) (without torpedo)
with torpedo and normal fuel - 1,400 miles (2,253 km)
with torpedo and long-range tanks - 1,750 miles (2,816 km)
4 x 20-mm. Hispano cannon in the fuselage nose
6 x 0.303-in. machine-guns in the wings
1 x 0.303-in Vickers "K" or 1 x Browning gun in the dorsal position
1 x 18-in. torpedo under fuselage
8 x rocket projectiles instead of wing guns.