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Bf 109 E & Spitfire C Wing
Armament Sets

MASTER Model, 1/32 & 1/48 scales

 

S u m m a r y

Catalogue No., Description, Scale & Price

Master Model:
AM-48-004 - Spitfire C Wing Hispano 20mm Armament
. USD$15.99
AM-32-005 - Bf 109 E-3 - E-9, T MG 17, MG FF Armament. USD$12.49

available online from Lucky Model

Contents and Media: Solid turned brass parts
Review Type: FirstLook
Advantages: Beautifully detailed; open muzzles; ready to use straight from the bag.
Disadvantages:  
Conclusion: These are perfectly formed and luxurious finishing touches for your aircraft models.

 

Reviewed by Brett Green


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FirstLook

 

MASTER Model from Poland has released a range of gun barrels for model aircraft in a variety of scales.

Today we are examining two of these. Both are made up of beautifully presented solid turned brass parts.

AM-48-004 - Spitfire C Wing Hispano 20mm Armament

 

 

This set contains the parts required to fit out any Spitfire C wing (Mk.V, VII, VIII or IX) with either the common single 20mm Hispano barrel plus capped fairing, or the full fitout of two 20mm Hispanos each side.

 

 

The ends of all the cannon barrels are hollow.


 

AM-32-005 Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-3 - E-9, T MG 17, MG FF Armament

 

 

Designed for the Eduard 1/32 scale family, this set provides two 20mm MG FF cannon barrels plus two staggered MG 17 barrel ends, all gorgeously rendered with the appropriate steps and flares.

The MG 17 barrels have been turned with a locating pin at the back. This means that the plastic parts can be simply cut off the kit mount, which can then be drilled to receive the brass parts.

 

 

Both MASTER Model sets will represent a luxurious finishing touch for your 1/48 scale Spitfire C wing or Bf 109 E cannon-equipped project.

Thanks to Lucky Model for the sample.


Review Text and Images Copyright 2009 by Brett Green
Page Created 30 September, 2009
Last updated 30 September, 2009

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