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Gunny

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  1. As the title states. WTB either of these sets. I purchase using PayPal USD as I am located with the USA. Thank you! Semper Fi, Masterguns
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    GBU-49?

    Thank you!
  3. Gunny

    GBU-49?

    Howdy, gents Other than the F-35, are Hornets & Harrier II modded/capable of using the newish GBU-49? I haven’t built an F-35 kit yet, but I just couldn’t help buying the outstanding 1/48 Eduard Brassin set. But, I have Hornets & Harriers to build & I would like to include the GBU-49 in one or two of the kits (Hasegawa) if it’s an accurate store. As always, thank you! Semper Fi, Masterguns
  4. Howdy. I have Wolfpack’s WP48041 set of the subject matter. The ATFLIR has its own specific mounting adapter. I have not seen any other AM for this pod or conversion set in 1/48 to fit a legacy Hornet.This FLIR is used on the E & F & the USMC A & C Hornet carrier squadrons on the port sparrow station necessitating the lack of fuel tank on the port wing. Land based USMC Hornets use the LITENING Pod on the center line station for the most part. My question is has anyone of you converted this WP pod on a USMC Hornet model that is in carrier markings actively depicting a carrier deployment post 2003 era? I know they carry them, but I can’t find a pic on the web that shows a good angle that would allow me to fiddle with the fit. The AN/ASQ-28 is replacing all other targeting pods for USN Hornets & Super Hornets FYI. THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP! Semper Fi, Masterguns
  5. Howdy. I have Wolfpack’s WP48041 set of the subject matter. He ATFLIR has its own specific mounting adapter. I have not seen any other AM for this pod or conversion set in 1/48 to fit a legacy Hornet.This FLIR is used on the E & F & the USMC A & C Hornet carrier squadrons on the port sparrow station necessitating the lack of fuel tank on the port wing. Land based USMC Hornets use the LITENING Pod on the center line station for the most part. My question is has anyone of you converted this WP pod on a USMC Hornet model that is in carrier markings actively depicting a carrier deployment post 2003 era? I know they carry them, but I can’t find a pic on the web that shows a good angle that would allow me to fiddle with the fit. The AN/ASQ-28 is replacing all other targeting pods for USN Hornets & Super Hornets FYI. THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP! Semper Fi, Masterguns
  6. X number might be preserved at museums or what have you, but the question is are they currently in flyable or can they be restored into flyable condition. My dad (Marine Corps [naval] Aviator)told me this jet responded very poorly when throttle was applied-therefore it was not suitable for carrier ops. A very unique egress method, as well. No ejection seats & you had to slide down a “chute” on the bottom of the aircraft between the engines. Not exactly ideal in a dire emergency where time was of the essence. If that was the case you’re dead.
  7. Thank you, Ben, Incaroad & Tailspin for the intel. That’s the proper, concise & pragmatic replies I was looking for. I wasn’t aware of Jun’s schematics. Thanks, again gents! Have an awesome week! Semper Fi, Masterguns
  8. For some reason those drawings didn’t show up in my search engine. With fear of sounding like a space cadet, increase the ratio 50% to print to 1/48? Thanks again! Semper Fi, Masterguns
  9. Thank ya kindly, sir! Semper Fi, Masterguns
  10. Hey, Ben. Very well. Fair enough, what your saying makes good sense that I didn’t think of. As far as the rear fuselage misshape, I use the Hypersonic resin correct sets & it looks so much more accurate. They really aren’t that expensive & are very user friendly. I get my Hypersonic merchandise in a week from Japan. Thanks for the info. Semper Fi, Masterguns
  11. Absolutely stunning. Brilliant work! You really know how to duplicate the smallest detail where at all possible. 1:1 accuracy. Just brilliant! Semper Fi, Masterguns
  12. Howdy, wardogs!  Hey y’all! At the moment I do not have the capability of scaling a 1/48 Phantom drawing & this is the most , best scale tank I’ve yet seen in 1/48. Perchance have any of you put the above subject fuel bag for the ZM series against a set of 1/48 scale plans/drawings to check one half or the other for accuracy in shape? It just doesn’t look right to my discerning visual scanners & my detail related, yet fickle minded brain housing group when it comes to scale models. And I’ve been a Phantom guru since I was eight y/o (my pa flew them for a couple decades). Ok, ok I suffer from AMS. As always, thanks in advance for y’alls continued knowledge & assistance to help. I really do value your diverse knowledge base that always helps make the best possible informed decision on my builds. Always Forward, Masterguns
  13. Howdy, wardogs! Hey y’all! Anyone of you put the above subject tank against a set of 1/48 scale plans/drawings to check for shape accuracy? It doesn’t “look” right to my detail related fickle brain housing group. As always, thanks for y’alls help. Always Forward, Masterguns
  14. Your model, I like, yes!
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