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P-51B/C Bazooka Rocket Launcher

Eduard BRASSIN 1/72 scale

S u m m a r y

Catalogue Number, Scale, Description and Price:

Eduard BRASSIN Item No. 672281 - P-51B/C Bazooka Rocket Launcher

USD$7.96 plus shipping available online from Eduard's website

GBP £5.30 UK Price (GBP £4.42 Export Price) plus shipping available online from Hannants

and hobby retailers worldwide

Contents and Media: Eight parts in grey resin; eight photo-etched parts; assembly instructions
Review Type: FirstLook
Advantages: Excellent casting and easy removal of casting blocks, visually interesting ordnance.
Disadvantages: None, apart from the need to take care removing the pylons from their blocks.
Conclusion: These are excellent replacement parts that will enhance any model they are used on. Highly recommended.

Reviewed by Graham Carter

F i r s t L o o k

 

Designed to fit the Arma Hobby kit but I imagine that this can be used on any of the Mustang or Thunderbolt variants that carried this weapon towards the end of WWII and in Korea, but check your references.

 

 

The resin parts come in a zip-lock bag inside a strong cardboard box with a set of construction and painting instructions.

 

 

Two bazooka are included and are made up of a barrel, end plates and wing mounting pylon and a photo-etched fret provides the tiny stabilising rods.

 

  • Eduard BRASSIN Item No. BR672281 - P-51B/C Bazooka Rocket Launcher Review by Graham Carter: Image
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All parts are beautifully cast with no bubbles and should look just great on a model.

 

 

Painting instructions are included.

 

Thanks to Barracuda Studios for the images and information


Barracuda Studio products are available online from their website


Text Copyright © 2022 by Graham Carter
Images Copyright 2022 by Brett Green
This Page Created on 20 July, 2022
Last updated 20 July, 2022

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