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Bullseye Aggressor

AGGRESSOR

The wings were added first to the upper fuselage section to aid their fit
Once secured the lower parts must be added now because of the locating tabs
The main gear bay offers basic detail
The completed intake and vertical tail were pre-assembled
The intake section slotted in with only minor remedial work needed

Kit No: 06103

Scale: 1/48

Type: Injection Moulded Plastic

Manufacturer: Hasegawa Hobbico/Amerang

New in from Bullseye Model Aviation Decals is their sheet 48003 presenting some rather attractive F-16s sporting pseudo Russian camouflage and markings. There have been plenty of aggressor markings on offer from the aftermarket decal industry over the years and this new sheet reminds me of the excellent Afterburner Sheets. Featuring some similar aircraft, and other more up to date examples, this sheet offers the same exceptional value. Markings are provided for a number of aircraft all from the 64 Aggressors and the 414 CTS based at Nellis Air Force base Nevada. The sheet is printed in Italy by Cartograf so print quality can be assured.

Full and very compressive stencil data is incorporated in a number of formats depending on the jet modelled.

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