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  1. Looks good, given the company’s location, acquiring might a little more difficult than usual.
  2. The drone looks great. πŸ‘ I have been hesitant given the price otherwise it looks like a good kit.
  3. Great product. http://www.archertransfers.com if you print the catalog you can to see what size the rivets will be 1:1. http://archertransfers.com/ASSETS/ARCHER SD Catalog.pdf I do agree with arnobiz, the work even if using the Eduard set as a guide will take awhile. The hind set is in the US. https://spruebrothers.com/eduer48001-1-48-eduard-mi-24v-hind-positive-rivets-surface-details-zve-kit/
  4. Have you guys checked if the HB is heavily influenced by the other kit? Some of the early HB kits seemed like reboxes of other kits with a few parts already put together and you could easily mix and match parts or at least that is what I recall.
  5. Best wishes and speedy recovery for your mom and all involved.
  6. Here is some additional photos. https://sites.google.com/site/stingraysheligalleries/mi-24a-hind-a-plus-preproduction-models
  7. I am trying to find the old links but the A had the tail rotor on both sides.
  8. Getting outside my knowledge area, I was under the impression we could swap parts amount aircraft. While not certified to fly and that might be the big difference I have seen different parts from different aircraft merry up fine.
  9. Gabor has told us in the past that you can not switch panels between aircraft like one can on US birds because they will not fit.
  10. πŸ˜‚ the Huey looked good. The new internal work looks great too.
  11. I believe it was Trumpeter that picked up the kittyhawk molds. Not sure when the company will be releasing the kits.
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