US Navy General Purpose Helicopter HSS-1N Monochrome Trumpeter 1/48

I was inspired to make a plastic model of a helicopter for the first time in a long time, so I picked up a Monochrome US military helicopter that I bought a long time ago.

RAF Supermarine Spitfire Mk.I Tamiya 1/48

This kit, the Tamiya Spitfire, was piled without even opening the box, hoping to make one day. I remember I kept trying to build from a small scale for practice because I also have a 1/32 Spitfire. I've built other manufacturers' and tropical versions of Tamiya, but this Mk.I is probably the most basic aircraft. It was said to have taken part in the famous Dunkirk retreat. I can choose three different markings without having to buy a separate decal.

Russian MiG-31M Foxhound Hobby Boss 1/48

The MiG-31M is finally complete. The MiG-31M is a supersonic high-altitude interceptor developed by the Soviet Union and its successor, the Russian Federation. It improved the MiG-31 and was developed in the early 1990s. The engine has been improved, and the CRT in the cockpit seems to have been improved. It has the characteristic of not responding unless you think in Russian for some reason.

E.E. Lightning T. Mk.4 Sword 1/48

Despite all the troubles, EE Lightning is now completed. The only supersonic fighter plane developed by the U.K. The movement performance is rated as good, but the armed and electronic armaments and the amount of fuel loaded were rated as insufficient. Other than the U.K., Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait have introduced it.

U.S. Air Force T-33A Shooting Star Academy 1/48

This time it's the Academy's T-33A shooting star. The Cartograf decals look high quality, and the instrument panel details look good. The reproduction of the landing gear compartment is also relatively good for an old kit.

US Navy F8F-2 Bearcat Hobby Boss 1/48

The U.S. Navy Bearcat is finally complete. I've made an F6F Hellcat before, and it's a bit smaller than that. It's smaller than Zero. Because the F6F was too large to be used in escort carriers without a catapult, the goal was to have a fighter that could be used in smaller escort carriers. And yet the engines were so powerful that they could win a mock battle against the captured Zero.

Large Flying Boat Kawanishi Type 2 Mk.12. “Emily” Imperial Japanese Navy Arii 1/144

The Arii Type 2 large boat is now complete. This kit had a lot of burrs, and it was hard to put together. Even at a 1/144 scale, it's reasonably large. In this work, two 800 kg torpedoes were mounted. The float is made with extra tension wire for increased strength.

Soviet Air Force MiG-21F-13 Fishbed Trumpeter 1/48

The MiG -21 F is completed. It looks more linear and sleeker than the Mi -21 I've made several times. I wonder if the first model is a little smaller. A MiG-21 shot down a B-52 during the Vietnam War, an F-14 during the Iran-Iraq War, and an Indian Air Force MiG-21 shot down an F-16 during the Kashmir conflict.

Messerschmitt Bf110E Eduard 1/48

To be honest, this building was difficult. I thought about giving it up because it didn't have any parts, but anyway, I'm glad that it has a shape. The best feature of the Bf110 fighter is that it is heavily armed with 2x20 mm machine guns at the nose, 4x7.92 mm machine guns and 1x7.92 mm machine gun at the rear. There is also a pile of spare ammunition in the cockpit.
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