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Hannants News: 15/02/18

IN STOCK! Airfix AX06015 B-25C/D Mitchell, AX06016 1:72 McDonnell-Douglas FG.1 Phantom, AX06105 1:48 Sea Fury FB.II !!

The London Colindale shop will have a stand at the Southern Expo show on March 17th and 18th. You can pre-order for collection and payment at the show and save 10%. Please remember to make your Delivery address Country 'Collect From Colindale Show' THE SHOP WILL BE CLOSED ON THESE DATES.

In Stock: Kittyhawk Models KH50003 1:35 Hughes AH-6J Little Bird

In Stock: Tamiya TA61117 1/48 Messerschmitt BF-109G

Attack Squadron. We have bought and had delivered all their remaining stock. Be quick if you want any! No more after our stock has sold. 60+ already sold out!

Big reductions on many Two Bobs decals now in Special Offers!

March New Releases from Eduard are now in Future Releases. Most with 10% discount when you Backorder.

Airfix 2018 releases in Future Releases! ALL with 10% discount when you Backorder

ICM 2018 release now in Future Releases! ALL with 10% discount when you Backorder.

The Hannants Of London shop at Colindale does not open Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday now. Opening times are.... Thursday & Friday from 11.00 to 7.00pm. Saturday 9.30am to 5.00pm. Sunday from 11.00am to 4.00pm.

Overseas customers we recommend you select the postage option WITH TRACKING if you want to follow your order thru the postal systems. If it does not have tracking it cannot be tracked and no one can tell you where it is. Tracking cannot be added after you have placed the order.

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If you have items on Backorder you will now be sent a 'reminder' email once a month to tell you what you have on Backorder.

All ParcelForce parcels to a mainland UK address* that used to be sent by 48 hour service, are now sent on a 24 hour service for the same price!

If you changed your delivery address to Collect From Show please remember to change it back to your normal bricks and mortar delivery address. 

Overseas customers please be sure you type in your first name and/or initial AND your surname/family name. Without both we will not despatch your order. Orders without both are being returned as 'undeliverable' before they even get to your towns and cities.

Enamel paints etc. We can sell to most mainland EU countries that are delivered to by road. (not islands or Greece sorry because they are flown). If you are logged in but cannot enter paints etc in your cart that means we cannot send to your country.

We sell Gift Vouchers online. See the Gift Vouchers' button in the yellow header section at the top of the home page.

You can see the postage cost to anywhere in the world without logging in or registering. Just put items in your cart and select your country in the shopping cart area.

You can put items that are out of stock on Backorder and have them either charged to your saved card details OR we can send you a Paypal invoice to pay within 10 days. Items placed on Backorder are reserved for you so in case there is a shortage you get priority.

You can put items that are out of stock on Watching and be sent an email as soon as they are delivered to us.

If you are visiting the London Hannants in Colindale you can be sure everything you want will be there for you AND get a 10% discount by ordering at the website. All you have to do is make sure the Country in your Delivery address is Collect from Colindale SHOP AND send the order to us by MIDDAY on the Wednesday for collection Saturday.

* not Scottish Highlands, Northern Ireland, Isle Of Wight or Isle Of Man sorry.

Hannants mailorder is based in Lowestoft, Suffolk, England 01502 517444

The London model shop is at
Unit 2, Hurricane Trading Estate
Grahame Park Way, Colindale,
London, NW9 5QW
Phone 020 8205 6697

Close to the RAF Museum....

Top Selling New Items for Last 7 Days

  1. CSM35001: Lanchester armoured car
  2. AX06105: Hawker Sea Fury FB.11 NEW TOOLING One of the most capable piston engined fighter aircraft ever produced and the last to enter service with Britain’s Fleet Air Arm, the Hawker Sea Fury represented the pinnacle of piston engined fighter design. Introduced after the end of the Second World War, the Sea Fury would see combat against some of the early jet fighters during the Korean War, where it would perform extremely well. The development of the Hawker Sea Fury can be traced back to the inadvertent landing of a Focke Wulf Fw-190 at an RAF airfield in South Wales back in 1942. The opportunity to evaluate this latest Luftwaffe fighter resulted in requirements being issued for a new British design, which must have the performance to better the Focke Wulf in every phase of flight and ensure the RAF could secure air superiority. The protracted development of the new fighter resulted in a number of specification alterations and the RAF eventually withdrawing their interest, leaving the new aircraft to be produced as a high performance naval fighter. The Hawker Sea Fury was an extremely potent aircraft and handling this powerful machine from the deck of a moving aircraft carrier must have required nerves of steel. The first deck landing trials commenced in the winter of 1946 and the navy had their ultimate piston engined fighter. Despite the advent of the jet engine, the Sea Fury would remain as the Fleet Air Arms principle single seat fighter until 1953, when it would be replaced by the jet powered Hawker Sea Hawk. The aircraft also saw service with a number of overseas air arms, in a variety of operational roles, including strike fighter, trainer and high speed target towing. As one of the most capable piston engined fighters ever produced, the Sea Fury would also become a popular aircraft in the world of air racing, where the brute power and sheer speed of this magnificent aircraft saw it victorious in countless competitions.
  3. CD144008: Lockheed C-5A Galaxy This comprehensive 1/144 scale sheet for the C-5 Galaxy features accurate markings for 11 USAF C-5A heavy transport aircraft. Our two-page set provides you with a high-quality alternative for the lackluster kit decals, and includes markings for walkways, stencilling and structural details. While walkways and stencilling have been verified on the Roden kit only, all main markings will fit the older Otaki/Revell kits as well. The options on this decal sheet are: C-5A 70-0465, 164 AW (Tennessee ANG), Memphis ANGB C-5A 68-0222, 167 AW (West Virginia ANG), Shepherd Field ANGB C-5A 70-0460, 105 AW (New York ANG), Stewart ANGB C-5A 70-0448, 445 AW, Wright-Patterson AFB C-5A 69-0020, 433 AW, Lackland AFB C-5A 70-0449, 60 AMW/349 AMW, Travis AFB C-5A 69-0014, 97 AMW, Altus AFB C-5A 68-0304, 439 MAW, Westover AFB (Euro 1 scheme) C-5A 67-0174, 105 AW (New York ANG), Stewart ANGB (Euro 1 scheme) C-5A 69-0012, 60 MAW, Travis AFB (MAC white/gray scheme) C-5A 69-0026, 436 MAW, Dover AFB (MAC white/gray scheme) Full stencilling and national insignia to build any one of the options are included. This sheet was professionally screen printed by Cartograf in Italy.
  4. X72296: McDonnell-Douglas FG.1 Phantom Pt 7 (1) XT597 A & AEE Boscombe Down Raspberry Ripple scheme 25th Phantom Anniversary at IAT Greenham Common 1983
  5. AX06015: North-American B-25C/D Mitchell |Description NEW TOOLING The role of medium bomber proved to be one of the most crucial during the Second World War and after something of a challenging service introduction, the North-American B-25 Mitchell developed into a highly successful aircraft. Seeing service in every theatre of operation, the B-25 was the most versatile aircraft of its type, fulfilling a multitude of tactical roles in many different operating environments. Arguably, the most famous action involving the North-American B-25 Mitchell came just after 8am on 18th April 1942, when sixteen of the bombers lifted off the relatively short deck of USS Hornet and set course for Japan. Intended as a strike at the heart of the Japanese Empire who had infamously attacked the US Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor, this audacious and heroic raid illustrated the resolve of the American people and the determination of their military forces to strive for victory. The early B-25B aircraft used on the Doolittle Raid performed well, but were already in the process of being upgraded. The later C/D model (different letters were used to denote the manufacturer) proved to be the definitive version of this extremely effective medium bomber and was the first truly mass produced version of the aircraft. An extremely rugged and versatile aircraft, the Mitchell saw service as an anti-submarine patrol aircraft off the coast of Florida and as a strike bomber in the deserts of North Africa, proving successful at both. Some of the later versions of the B-25 became the most heavily armed aircraft of the war, with no less than 18 machine guns and an array of other offensive weaponry. With a solid nose housing 8 heavy guns, these aircraft were lethal gunships, capable of destroying anything in its line of fire. Scheme 1 - B-25C-15 ‘Lady Jane’ Tampa Florida Scheme 2 - B-25C 41-12480 / DESERT WARRIOR Capt. Ralph Lower 81st BS/12th BG, Bolling Field, Washginton DC July 1943
  6. CD72055: Lockheed P2V Neptune Part 1 This decal sheet provides eight new marking options for the Hasegawa kit of the P2V Neptune anti-submarine patrol aircraft. Several of the options are intended for the earlier P2V-5 (SP-2E) variant, which could be built from the Hasegawa kit using Falcon Vac or Blackbird conversion sets. A second sheet containing high-quality stencils are included. The aircraft depicted on this sheet are: P2V-7 Neptune BuNo. 135552, VP-2, US Navy SP2-H Neptune BuNo. 135596, VP-11, US Navy SP-2H Neptune BuNo. 140433, VP-11, US Navy SP-2H Neptune BuNo. 147968, VP-2, US Navy RB-69A 44037, USAF P2V-5 Neptune BuNo. 131409, Naval Aircraft Torpedo Unit, US Navy DP-2E Neptune BuNo. 128347, VC-1, US Navy P2V-5 Neptune BuNo. 131418, VP-26, US Navy
  7. CD72057: Lockheed P2V Neptune Part 2 This decal sheet provides five more marking options for the Hasegawa kit of the P2V Neptune anti-submarine patrol aircraft. Several of the options are intended for the earlier P2V-5 (SP-2E) variant, which could be built from the Hasegawa kit using Falcon Vac or Blackbird conversion sets. A second sheet containing high-quality stencils are included. The aircraft depicted on this sheet are: DP-2E Neptune BuNo. 128342, VC-5, US Navy SP-2H Neptune BuNo. 145910, VP-4, US Navy SP-2H Neptune BuNo. 148352, VP-56, US Navy AP-2E Neptune BuNo. 131496, US Army OP-2E Neptune BuNo. 131423, VO-67, US Navy
  8. X72293: McDonnell-Douglas FG.1/FGR.2 Phantom Pt 4 (9) FG.1 XV574/B 43 Sqn RAF Leuchars 1970; XV582/M 111Sqn 'Black Mike' RAF Leuchars 1989; FGR.2 XV419/AA 19 Sqn blue fin RAF Wattisham 1991; XV499/I 23 Sqn RAF Leeming 1993; XV393/A 228OCU/64 Sqn Coningsby 1979; XV419/G 27 Sqn RAF Coningsby 1981; XV423/R 6 Sqn RAF Coltishall 1974; XV490/R 74 Sqn RAFG Gutersloh 1992; XV498/U 92 Sqn RAFG Wildenrath;
  9. SH72340: Blohm-und-Voss Bv-155V-1 The Blohm Voss BV 155B was supposed to become just that weapon to stop the new American B-29 high altitude bombers. However, these magnificent machines were sent to the Pacific area and the development of the BV 155B was not brought to a successful finish. The development had really been rather complicated, originally taking place at Messerschmitt facility as the Me 155, originally designed as a naval fighter for theplanned but never finished Graf Zeppelin carrier. As the requirements of the RLM changed with time, the type was also redesigned to perform as a high altitude machine, the Me155B. The Messerschmitt development team was overburden with several other projects, so the RLM decided to transfer the project work to Blohm Voss, where, however, the Blohm Voss‘ chief designer Richard Voght considered the project to be quite bad and eventually redesigned it completely. The type’s designation changed as well to the BV155, and the new plane was much larger with a long span wing. A four-bladed propeller was driven by a turbo-charged DB 603U engine, with engine radiators hung under the wing. The first BV155V-1 made its maiden flight on 1 September 1944, quipped with a pressurised cockpit and a Rb 50/30 camera behind the pilot’s seat. The planned armament was to consist of a 30mm MK108 cannon in the propeller shaft and two 20mm MG151/20 cannon in the wings. Several problems occured during the first flights, although the team was able to tacke some of them eventually. Another two prototypes, the V- 2 and V-3 had also been partially built. Richard Voght considered also the BV155C, a version which was to have its radiator in the forward fuselage. The advancing British troops brought an end to all these plans when they seized the Blohm Voss factory and also Hamburg – Finkerwerder airfield. The RAF supposedly test-flown the BV155, at least an inventory number was assigned to the type. At first, the Bv155 was sent to the UK, consequently over the pond to the USA. Nowadays, the already incomplete machine is stored at theNational Air and Space Museum depository. The model of this unique high altitude fighter prototype was already produced by our team and is no longer available. The model that we are going to offer you now is a completely new one, and some of its components are produced using metal moulds. The kit comes on three grey styrene sprues, one sprue sith clear parts and also contains two nicely detailed resin items. The decal sheet was expertly printed by Italian Cartograf.
  10. X72294: McDonnell-Douglas FG.1/FGR.2 Phantom Pt 5 (9) FG.1 XV579/R 43 Sqn check rudder RAF Coningsby 1979 FGR.2 XT903/X 56 Sqn RAF Wattisham; XV399/P 29 Sqn RAF Coningsby 1980; XV401/B 228OCU/64 Sqn RAF Wattisham 1987; XV406/CK 228 OCU RAF Wattisham 1987; XV418/S 92 Sqn RAFG Wildenrath 1979; XV485/P 23 Sqn RAF Wattisham 1981; XV491/491 31 Sqn RAFG Laarbruch 1971;