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Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 1 (8 colours)  HTK-AS52


Modern Royal Air Force paint set vol. 1 (8 colours) (Hataka Hobby HTK-AS52)

€ 18.97
EU: incl. tax € 22.95
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Category:Aircraft Scale Modelling
Subcategory:Aircraft Scale ModellingPaint
ISBN/Box:HTK-AS52
Publisher/Brand:Hataka Hobby
Version:17ml bottles acrylic paint
Availability:only 1 remaining

This product was added to our database on Saturday 10 December 2016.



Restriction: this product is a paint or lacquer. As a result of international security and safety measures these products are prohibited for transportation by air. The delivery of these products will be restricted to countries in Europe that are being served by road transport from the Netherlands. Any overseas orders containing these products will be adapted. The products will be removed from the order.

Category Aircraft Scale Modelling, Subcategory Aircraft Scale ModellingPaint, ISBN/Box HTK-AS52, Publisher/Brand Hataka Hobby, Version 17ml bottles acrylic paint

From 1990s (taking lessons from the Gulf War operations in 1990/91) the Royal Air Force expanded the use of "grey" camouflage schemes to it's ground attack and recce aircraft (including Jaguar GR1/3, Tornado GR1/4 and remaining Buccaneers) and BAe Hawk advanced trainers. Harrier fleet had not converted to "greys" until 1995, still using the famous NATO Green / Lichen Green scheme on GR5, GR7/7A and T10/12 variants. Modifications to "grey" schemes of RAF interceptors were introduced during that time, leading to Barley Grey adopted as standard overall colour of Eurofighter Typhoon force.
HTK-AS52 includes standard colours of RAF aircraft from 1990s till present. The set contains:
HTK-A217 - BS Light Aircraft Grey BS381C:627, used on undersides of Tornado F3 (initial, till mid-2000s) and Phantom FGR.2 (air superiority scheme, with BS626 and BS637)
HTK-A142 - Camouflage (Barley) Grey BS381C:626, used on BAe Hawk and Buccaneer (1990s, undersides), Tornado F3 (till mid-2000s, top). Also overall colour of RAF Typhoons
HTK-A141- BS Medium Sea Grey BS381C:637, used on BAe Hawk (1990s, top), Buccaneer (1990s, final scheme, top). Also on Tornado GR4 and F3 (from mid-2000s, overall)
HTK-A215 - BS NATO (IRR) Green BS381C:285, used on Westland Puma (in two-green camo) and top surfaces of Harrier GR5 (1987-95), GR7/7A and T10/12 (1990-95)
HTK-A216 - BS Lichen Green BS4800/12B.25, used on Westland Puma (in two-green camo) and undersides of Harrier GR5 (1987-95), GR7/7A and T10/12 (1990-95)
HTK-A214 - BS Dark Camouflage Grey BS381C:629, used on Jaguars and Harriers (from 1995 till withdrawal, undersides) and Tornado GR1/4 (from 1999 till mid-2000s, also sides)
HTK-A144 - BS Dark Sea Grey BS381C:638, used on top surfaces of Tornado GR1/4 (from 1999 till mid-2000s), Jaguar GR1/3 and Harrier fleet (from 1995 till withdrawal)
HTK-A058 - Have Glass Grey FS36170, standard overall colour of F-35 Lightning II fleet (all variants), including the F-35B of the Royal Air Force and RN Fleet Air Arm



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