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Hannants News: 22/06/19

Now in stock and being shipped! Airfix AX19004 1:24 Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat

Back in stock! Airfix AX05135 1:48 Supermarine Spitfire FR Mk.XIV

Back in stock: Squadron Putty White & Grey

Eduard August releases now in Future Releases! Most with 10% discount if you backorder!

A new range Exito Decals now in stock!

The Armory 1:48 plastic kit AR48001 of the Fairey Flycatcher is expected in July. Get it on Backorder and save 10%!

More than 75 Eduard just moved to Limited Availability because they are finished and we cannot buy anymore. Be quick if you want any!

A new Wingnut Wings kit has just been announced! WNW32055 Sopwith Pup with Gnome engine. Expected September/October.

Just arrived, 7 new Xtradecal Sheets including RAF Tornado Retirement schemes in 1:72 & 1:48 Scales.

Two new Wingnut Wings Gotha kits have just been listed in Future Releases! Save 10% when you put it on Backorder! Expected late July!

 New range now in stock! Dead Design! Paint masks for Japanese aircraft. More new sets are on the ay!

Two new Wingnut Wings Gotha kits have just been listed in Future Releases! Save 10% when you put it on Backorder! Expected late July!

Xtradecals for the New 1:48 Airfix Tiger Moth are now in Future Releases.

ICM35330 now in stock! Leichttraktor Rheinmetall 1930, German Tank  "This is featured in World Of Tanks"

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Top Selling New Items for Last 7 Days

  1. AX19004: Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat
  2. VAL72136: Scottish-Aviation Twin Pioneer (RAF) Decals RAF Benson 1964 and RAE Boscombe Down 1965-1975
  3. AVM72007: de Havilland DH-83 Kiwi Fox Moth in New Zealand Service 4 scheme including RNZAF
  4. AVM72010: de Havilland DH-83 Fox Moth "Foreign Service"
  5. AX05135: Supermarine Spitfire FR Mk.XIV
  6. AIRE7367: Douglas A-4 Skyhawk IDF exhaust nozzles (designed to be used with Fujimi kits)[A-4B A-4E A-4F]
  7. VAL72137: Scottish-Aviation Twin Pioneer (Empire Test Pilot´s School) G-APRS and later Air Atlantique
  8. ASPE24CAT: Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat Photo-etch & decal cockpit upgrade (designed to be used with Airfix kits) Each set includes: Fully detailed Etched Nickel Silver Instrument Panel, bulkhead & side console parts. Panels have holes for the addition of switches, knobs & levers (not included) High quality, one-piece, full colour Instrument panel decals & placards for all components Includes a small sheet of optically clear replacement simulated instrument glass Assembly instructions & ‘how to‘ tips A simple addition to kit parts with true scale appearance and layout (kit parts will need detail removed from face)
  9. VALDSV05: Scottish-Aviation Twin Pioneer Army versions resin seats Interior set (designed to be used with Valom kits)
  10. BRL72171: de Havilland Mosquito two stage Merlin engine nacelles set. Two stage Merlin engines Mosquitoes have longer engine nacelles than earlier versions. Also they have different air intakes and some detail. covers and some late variant details (designed to be used with Tamiya kits)[Mk.VI / NF.II Mk.IV / PR Mk.IV]
  11. BCR48399: Hawker Tempest Mk.V Corrected de Havilland Spinner. This set contains a new detailed de Havilland 4 blade spinner with smaller & accurately shaped blade openings to replace the kit spinner in the Series I and Series II kits. new tool Eduard Tempest V. Can be modified for use on other other Tempest and Typhoon kits. (designed to be used with Eduard kits)
  12. AIRE4773: Hawker Hunter F.6 cockpit set (designed to be used with Airfix kits)
  13. BRP72037: North-American P-51 Mustang Mk.Ia
  14. WPS119: Grumman F9F Panther When the US Navy decided to enter the jet age it was no surprise that it turned to Grumman for its first carrier borne jet fighter bomber with a recon option. The first design produced by the company was a mighty beast, more akin to a bomber than a fighter. Unfortunately American jet engine development was concentrating mainly on the turbojet, a slow process as little was really known about manufacturing such a powerplant. Back to the drawing board and Grumman designed a small straight winged single engined machine that would be powered by a centrifugal engine. However, America was going through an 'American stuff only' period therefore an overseas powerplant was put of the question, or was it? The problem would be solved by having the Rolls Royce Nene license manufactured by Pratt & Whitney as the J42. As insurance the Allison J33 was selected to power one batch of aircraft although all were converted to the J42 later. The resulting aircraft would be designated the F9F Panther and would enter squadron service at a fairly steady pace although this quickened once the United States found itself embroiled in the Korean War. The Panther proved itself to be a tough bird although there was the odd mix 'n' match that resulted in a blue tailed fly! The remaining Panthers would finally leave USN service in the early 1960s. The only overseas operator of the type was Argentina who also used them as carrier aircraft. This book is written by Kev Darling and is superbly illustrated by Richard J. Caruana.
  15. WPS120: Mikoyan-Gurevich MIG-15. Long overdue in the Warpaint range, the MiG-15 is one of the most important and influential aircraft to come out of the early years of the Cold War and was to see active service in a wide range of theatres and with a great many Soviet client states. The MiG-15 was a jet fighter aircraft developed by Mikoyan-Gurevich for the Soviet Union and was one of the first successful jet fighters to incorporate swept wings to achieve high transonic speeds. In combat over Korea, it outclassed straight-winged jet day fighters, which were largely relegated to ground-attack roles, and was quickly countered by the similar American swept-wing North American F-86 Sabre. The MiG-15 is often mentioned, along with the F-86 Sabre, as the best fighter aircraft of the Korean War. The MiG-15 is believed to have been one of the most produced jet aircraft ever, with in excess of 13,000 manufactured. Licensed foreign production may have raised the production total to almost 18,000. This latest addition to the Warpaint list by Nikolay Yakubovich has been sourced direct from Russian sources and includes a great many rare or previously unpublished photographs collated by the author, along with accurate scale drawings and colour profiles by Andrey Yurgenson.
  16. SQ20202: Gray Putty 2.3oz Tube only (We are the UK distributor) [grey is the new green stuff]
  17. SH72408: Fairey Barracuda Mk.III 'ASW Mk.XI Radar' Model of a British carrier-borne torpoedo and dive bomber, the Mk.III version had an ASV Mk.XI radar beneath its rear fuselage. The kit contains: three injection moulded sprues, one clear plastic sprue, full colour instructions and a decal sheet. Nicely detailed model Decal sheet offers three British and one French marking option.
  18. CTA-024: McDonnell F-4J/F-4N/F-4S & RF-4B Phantom technical data stencils. USN/USMC aircraft. Standard & Low visibility paint scheme
  19. HD72062: Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (5) - T-33A "2-161", Imperial Iranian Air Force (IIAF), Training Detachment at TFB.1 Mehrabad, 1963 - target tug scheme wth orange uppersurfaces and NMF underside; - T-33A "2-8002", Islamic Republic of Iran AF (IRIAF),85th AWTS, TFB.8 Baba'ie, 1987 - pale grey uppersurfaces and light grey underside; - T-33A "2-8005", Islamic Republic of Iran AF (IRIAF),85th AWTS, TFB.8 Baba'ie, 1995 - light blue and dark blue uppersurfaces and light grey underside; - T-33A "UB-531", Union of Burma Air Force (UBAF), N°502 Air Base HQ, Mingaladon AB/Yangon Int'l, 1971 - NMF with nose and entire rear fuselage in day-glo orange; - T-33A "703", Cuban Fuerza Aérea Revolucionaria, 1961 - camouflaged in dark green and grass green, 703 was one of only tree operational Cuban T-33s during the Bay of Pigs invasion and was credited with the downing of two B-26 Invaders on April 17th.
  20. SH72411: Saab 37 Viggen Duo Pack & Book from HMH Publications Duke Hawkins. As the title already suggests, the box contains two complete models of the SAAB 37 Viggen, a single seater AJ-37 and a twin-seater SK-37, along with a superb HMH Publication’s photographic book. Each of the kits comes on as many as fifteen injection moulded sprues with two clear ones, it also contains a full colour instruction booklet and offers as many as three AJ-37 and three SK-37 marking options. Two complete models in two different versions Extremely detailed models, accurate in terms of dimensions and shape too Finely rendered engraved panel lines Huge, Cartograf-printed decal sheet contains full set of all the various servicing stencils found on the airframe, Swedish Air Force machines given in the kit wore the camouflage scheme as well as just the natural metal finish. Limited release 1000 only