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  1. Hi there. Looking to trade for 1/48 & 1/32 f-16 & f-18 by Tamiya, Academy, Kinetic, or Trumpeter. I am also interested in 1/72 and 1/48 diecast planes and armour as well. Trade list: 1/32 Trumpeter Su-27 mig-29m mig-29k mig-21mf trump A-10A with lots aftermarket stuff 1/32 hasegawa fw-190d-9 (the newer release with recessed panel lines) ki-84 frank 1/48 Hasegawa f-4j trumpeter a-10a hasegawa f-4e revell me-110 revell f-4j revell su-25 note: also have lots of AMT Star Trek kits TIA Norm (located in Canada) /
  2. Thanks for taking the time to explain it all Murph. So I guess to summerize it all, it's just racetrack patterns in the sky with air to air refuelings to break the monotony until a bogie shows up and trhen ....WHAM, the guy gets gang-banged by everybody in the area. Now, assumming that a conflict takes place where the bad giys actually have a credible air force that poses a threat (ie. Iran or North Korea) I guess then the tactic would be a wall of F-15's, F-18's, F-22's, etc..... that would fly in front of the strikers (ie. F-16's, F-15e, UAVs) to create a zone of death where anything that dares to pop up in front dies while the launching fighters then perform a F-pole manuever and return to their assigned position in the wall of death?
  3. Well I guess that's it then; But if that's the case why is everyone still making fighters that have ACM capabilities built in? Why do we need Red Flag, Top Gun, Maple Flag, etc... AND why is Boeing's 737 not the newest fighter jet in the every nations inventory?
  4. Just wondering if USAF is still flying fluid four or has now adapted the USN's leuce deuce formation? Now that the F-22 is in service, they must have changed something due to it's revolutionary manueuverbility and avionics, right? Also wondering what formation the RAF flies. TIA Norm
  5. Looking for: 1/48 & 1/72 Finemolds X-wing 1/48 Kinetic F-16's 1/48 Hasegawa F-18's 1/72 Diecast Dragon F-16 and F-18 1/72 Hobbymaster diecast F-2A, F-4's, A-10, Mig-21, etc.... 1/72 Hobbymaster and Dragon Diecast armour 1/48 HobbyBoss Rafale 1/32 Academy F-16 & F-18 Trade List: 1/72 AMT KC-135a 1/48 Hasegawa F-14B Jolly Rogers Last Cruise 1/48 Hasegawa F-16D Hellenic block 52 1/48 Hasegawa F-4J (jolly rogers and VF-96 Randy Cunnigham avail) 1/48 Hasegawa F-4E 1/144 Revell B-52H 1/72 Amt AC-130U 1/32 Trumpeter Mig-21MF thanks fer looking
  6. I thought I would pass it along. http://www.marca.com/deporte/futbol/mundia...io-english.html
  7. Hi guys and gals, I've been trying to find a review of the new kinetic f-16f but have not had any luck so far. Just wondering if it's worth getting as my local hobby dealer is telling me they're not moving as well as some of the other Kinetic F-16 kits. Just wondering if there is a quality control problem here or is it just that this version is operated solely by an airforce which is not popular with most modelers. If it's a quality problem, should I wait for the hasegawa version instead? TIA N.
  8. Wanted: Preference for 1/48 Academy F-22A, and Tamiya or Kinetic F-16’s, But also willing to consider other offers of Armour and Aircraft whether plastic or diecast of all scales Trade List: 1/32 Trumpeter Mig-21 MF Revell J2M3 Jack 1/48 Tamiya Dewotine D.520 Acc. Min. SBD-5 (not in original boxing) Esci Sepecat Jaguar Esci Alpha Jet Monogram A-37 Dragonfly Monogram QA-4M Skyhawk Monogram A-4E Skyhawk Hasegawa F-16C Hasegawa F-14A+ Tomcat Hasegawa F-4J Jolly Rogers Revell of Germany F-4 Mk.1 British Phantom Revell Mig-25 Foxbat Monogram Su-25 Frogfoot Oez Su-25K Frogfoot Qez Su-7 Bmk Oez Mig -21 SMT/Bis/MF Academy F-15C/D Hasegawa F-16D Hellenic Block 52 Hasegawa F-16D 1/200 Revell B-747 cut-away model Andrew Jackson ballistic missile cut-away model 1/72 Diecast Hobby Master TBM Avenger Dragon F-16D Aggressor Dragon F-16C Witty Wings F-18F Witty Wings F-15C Hobby Master Mirage 2000C Witty Wings F-16A Israeli Witty Wings F-16C Israeli (Scorpion Squadron) Dragon F-15E Witty Wings P-51D Glamourous Glennis Witty Wings A6M Zero Forces of Valor P-51D Forces of Valor A6M Zero Hobby Master F-104C Starfighter Hobby Master F-104J Starfighter Forces of Valor Tiger 1 Forces of Valor King Tiger Forces of Valor T-72 Dragon Tiger 1 Dragon Panther G (late) Matchbox T-76 Matchbox M4A3 105mm Howtizer Matchbox M4A3 76mm Thanks for Looking Norm (in good Canada)
  9. hi frank. if you still got it, i'l take it. my address is: normie gong 726 adelaide st. w toronto, on m6j-1b1 well off to work now. I'll check in later tonight to see if i'm the lucky winner TIA norm from canada
  10. Hi there. Primarily looking for these but other suggestion are welcomed Academy F-22 Kinetic F-16I Sufa Kinetic Polish F-16 Zastreb Tamiya F-16 Eduard Fw-190 1/35 Dragon Tiger 1, King Tiger, Panzer IV, Jagd Panther, Elefant, MIA1, M1A2 Have the following to trade for them. All are 1/48 unless stated Eduard Mirage 2000C Academy F-15C/D Esci IAI Kfir C/2 Esci Saab AJ-37 Viggen Esci Saab JA-37 Jakt Viggen Esci Jaguar GR Mk 1 Esci Alphajet Monogram A-37 Dragonfly Monogram Su-25 Frogfoot Academy Mig-21 Monogram OA-4M Skyhawk 1/32 Trumpeter Mig-21 MF OEZ Mig-21 MF/Bis/SMT Oez Su-7BKL Oez Su-25K Monogram A-4E 1/35 Dragon Su-100 Monogram BSG Viper Monogram Cylon Raider 1/32 Revell J2M2 Raiden (Jack)
  11. I just found out that Hasegawa has released their own version of the Sufa. Must have been a limited run as no else I talked to have heard about it. Anyways, anybody picked this one up and willing to give their 2 cents worth? Is it worth getting or should I wait for the Kinetic one? BTW, did Kinetic ever fixed the shape problems on their latest releases? TIA Norm
  12. Once it's in my palm, I could feel every curve, bump, and indentation along it's entire 12 inch length. I notice that some parts of the surface are smooth, while others are rougher in texture, but to me it's so beautifully designed and shaped. Next I start playing on it's other pieces, rolling them between my fingers and rubbing them carefully also. After when I'm done, I put the entire package away and go to sleep blissfully, thinking 'this weekend baby, just you wait, this weekend and I'm gonna have some fun with you'. Unless of course I decide to work on another kit instead of the 1/48 Tamiya version I just picked up recently. Oh well, at least I don't have to do this 43 different kits, unlike some other vipernympomaniac here on this board. Diecast. Thank god I started collecting Diecast so there is always a fully prepped F-16 whenever I feel the need to be near one.
  13. May NOT be done yet as there are rumors of movies and mini-series
  14. Guys and Gals, this is my personal experience with the following individual: Dave Olmstead Box 910 Winnpeg Beach Manitoba, Canada R0C3G0 His callsign back then was 'Werewulf'; Also responds by using David O. Now, I'm not telling you NOT to deal with this guy as some of you may have successful deals, but I'm afraid I did not have a happy ending to my deal. Anyways, earlier this year, me and Dave decided to trade 2 of his armour kits for several of my 1/144 Dragon & LS kits. I mailed him the kits but have never received his in return I tried contacting him several times. He responded once saying he was stuck in another city (Saskatoon) due to his wife and that he will mail the kits in a few weeks upon his return. That was in April. Since then he has not replied to me. I gave up trying to contact him a couple of months ago. Anyways, that's my personal experience. i'm sorry I didn't post sooner.
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