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Hannants News: 07/10/19

In Stock (Finally) Airfix AX06021 Blackburn Buccaneer S.Mk.2

We are now accepting orders for collection at Telford. Please search Part Number TELFORD for all the information.

Due week commencing 21st October Tamiya 61120 1:48 Lockheed P-38F/G Lightning

5 new Wingnut Wings Albatos D.V just announced for November release!

IN STOCK: Kinetic K48083 1:48 Lockheed F-104G Starfighter

November new release Eduard items just announced! See them in Future Releases!

A huge deliveries of Hat Industrie and Strelets figures just delivered!

Wingnut Wings WNW32055  1:32 Sopwith Pup “Gnome" NOW IN STOCK!!!

We have just bought all remaining stock of the True Details ORIGINAL resin range. Items starting TD32 TD48 TD72. They are all in Limited Availability or Special Offers. get them while you still can!

Eduard October releases now in stock!

2 Wingnut Wings Fokker Dr.I Triplanes just announced!

New Wingnut Wings WNW32079 Hannover Cl.II (Early) just announced!

We have a new Department called 'Damaged. This is where we will put all the kits that arrive with dented and ripped boxes. The place to save money on new kits and accessories etc.

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

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Top Selling New Items for Last 7 Days

  1. AX06021: Blackburn Buccaneer S.2C Royal Navy New Tooling in 2019 Also available separately for this kit are Xtradecals X72307 & X72308
  2. H2K72013: Douglas SBD-2/SBD-3 Dauntless
  3. ICM48281: Douglas B-26B-50 Invader, Korean War American Bomber (100% new molds)
  4. H2K72014: Douglas SBD-4/SBD-5 Dauntless
  5. EXED48005: "Sweet Fourteens" - Supermarine Spitfire Mk. XIVe - Spitfire FR Mk.XIVe (TZ112), coded DN-Y of No. 416 Sqn RCAF, Uetersen, Germany, December 1945-January 1946. - Spitfire FR Mk.XIVe (TZ198), coded 2I-M of No. 443 Sqn RCAF, Uetersen, Germany, January 1946. - Spitfire FR Mk.XIVe (SM937), coded 62 of No. 151 OTU, Peshawar or Ambala, British India, 1946. None of these marking options have ever been reproduced in decal form. DN-Y features sexy nose art which is rarely seen on Spitfires. The decal sheet was printed by industry leader, Cartograf of Italy, which ensures top printing quality and ease of application. Each subject is presented on an A4-sized sheet, with large side aircraft profiles printed on the front, and the remaining artwork, photos of the actual aircraft and all necessary information laid out on the rear side. This way you not only get some cool decals for your model kit, but also attractive posters to adorn your man cave, at the same time!
  6. MST48052: Martin Baker MB.7 for British Phantoms (designed to be used with Hasegawa and Revell kits)[FG.1 FGR.2]
  7. H2K72012: Brewster B-239B/C Buffalo
  8. H2K72009: Grumman TBF/TBM-1C Avenger
  9. EXED72005: "Sweet Fourteens" - Supermarine Spitfire Mk. XIVe - Spitfire FR Mk.XIVe (TZ112), coded DN-Y of No. 416 Sqn RCAF, Uetersen, Germany, December 1945-January 1946. - Spitfire FR Mk.XIVe (TZ198), coded 2I-M of No. 443 Sqn RCAF, Uetersen, Germany, January 1946. - Spitfire FR Mk.XIVe (SM937), coded 62 of No. 151 OTU, Peshawar or Ambala, British India, 1946. None of these marking options have ever been reproduced in decal form. DN-Y features sexy nose art which is rarely seen on Spitfires. The decal sheet was printed by industry leader, Cartograf of Italy, which ensures top printing quality and ease of application. Each subject is presented on an A4-sized sheet, with large side aircraft profiles printed on the front, and the remaining artwork, photos of the actual aircraft and all necessary information laid out on the rear side. This way you not only get some cool decals for your model kit, but also attractive posters to adorn your man cave, at the same time!
  10. DW48017: Marcel-Bloch MB.151С.1 - Four options in decals
  11. EDK82101: North-American P-51D-5 Mustang ProfiPACK edition kit of US WWII fighter aircraft P-51D-5 in 1/48 scale. The kit is focused on aircraft without the dorsal fin assembly. - plastic parts: Eduard - No. of marking options: 5 - decals: Eduard - PE parts: yes, pre-painted, - painting
  12. CSM35002: Austro-Hungarian 'Romfell' Panzerwagen WWI
  13. MKM14487: BAe Harrier GR.1/VA.1 Matador The Hawker Siddeley Harrier “Jump Jetˮ is a British V/STOL aeroplane developed in the 1960s. The initial version, the Harrier GR.1, was based on the P.1127 (RAF) fighter and the first aircraft of a total of sixty for the RAF were delivered in the spring of 1969. The GR.1A was an upgraded version of the GR.1 having an uprated powerplant. 58 a/c of this model existed, of which 17 were new built and 41 modified from the GR.1. During the type’s service the RAF operated the Harrier fleet in West Germany as a deterrent against Warsaw Pact threat. AV-8S was an export version of the AV-8A Harrier for the Spanish Navy. They were delivered in two batches of five (as the Harrier Mk.53 and Mk.55) in 1976 and 1980, respectively, and locally designated VA.1 Matador. They were retired in 1996 and sold to Thailand. The Royal Thai Navy acquired seven single-seat Harriers in 1998, but following problems keeping them operational they were stored and finally withdrawn in 2006. The Harrier was a single-seat fixed-wing all-metal monoplane powered by a R-R Pegasus turbojet, used for ground-attack, close air support, reconnaissance and fighter roles. It was fitted with two air intakes and four vectoring nozzles for directing the thrust generated by the engine. It had a tandem undercarriage and two outrigger landing gear units. External store hard points were installed for carrying a variety of weapons and external fuel tanks: two under each wing and one under the fuselage, while two Aden cannon gun pods could also be fitted beneath the fuselage. The Harrier was a very innovative aeroplane and the only truly successful V/STOL design of the many that arose during that period of time and it became the versatile warrior of the RAF. Colour schemes included in the kit: 1) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.1, XV782, Black D, No.4 Sq., RAF, Wildenrath Air Base, Germany, 1972-73 2) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.1A, XV755, Red 20, No.1(F) Sq., RAF, Wittering Air Base, Cambridgeshire, U.K., during Exercise ‘Sky Mist‘, Scotland, winter 1972/73 3) VA.1 Matador (Hawker Siddeley Harrier Mk.53/AV-8S), VA.1-3, 01-804, Black 4, 008 Esc. (Sq.), Spanish Navy (Arma Aerea de la Armada Española), Naval Station Rota, Spain, early 1990s 4) AV-8A Harrier (British Aerospace Harrier Mk.55), ex-VA.1 Matador, 161176 (ex-VA.1-8), Black 3108/8, No. 301 Sq., Royal Thai Navy (Kong Thap Ruea Thai), alternating between Royal Thai Naval Base U-Tapao and HTMS Chakri Naruebet (CVH-911), 1997 One injection-moulded kit is supplied in this box; it contains 54 parts and one clear part (the cockpit canopy). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.
  14. H2K72010: Grumman TBF/TBM-1C Avenger Oct. 1944
  15. HAT8105: Re-released! Napoleonic French 6 Horse Limber Team x 3
  16. ARAW72413: Fairey Gannet late type wheels with weighted tires of checkerboard Tyre/Tire pattern (designed to be used with Frog, Novo, Revell, Sword and Trumpeter kits)
  17. H2K72011: Brewster B-239 Buffalo Finnish Aces
  18. EXED48006: The Last in Line vol.1 - Messerschmitt Bf-109G-10 WNF Entitled “The Last in Line vol.1”, this decal set is the first of a series devoted to the German aircraft produced in the last months of World War II. This release covers three Bf 109 G-10s manufactured by WNF, including one machine used in the postwar Yugoslavia: - Messerschmitt Bf-109G-10/U4, W.Nr. 61xxxx, coded ‘Black 5’, flown by Oblt. Fritz Nächster of 5./JG 52, Veszprém, Hungary, early March 1945. - Messerschmitt Bf-109G-10/U4, W.Nr. 61xxx8, coded ‘Yellow 6’ of 6./JG 52, Ainring, Germany, May 1945. - Messerschmitt Bf-109G-10/U4, W.Nr. 611023, coded ‘White 45’ / ‘Black 9645’, flown by kap Franc Rupnik of 83.LAP, Pula, Yugoslavia, late October 1950. ‘Black 5’ have never been reproduced in decal form before, whilst the remaining two aircraft did not receive enough attention from other manufacturers. The decal sheet was printed by industry leader, Cartograf of Italy, which ensures top printing quality and ease of application. It is complemented by instructions that differ from the plain market standard. Each subject is presented on an A4-sized sheet, with large side aircraft profiles printed on the front, and the remaining artwork, photos of the actual aircraft and all necessary information laid out on the rear side. This way you not only get some cool decals for your model kit, but also attractive posters to adorn your man cave, at the same time! The aircraft profiles were created by Anders Hjortsberg.
  19. H2K72016: Nakajima B6N2 Model 12 Tenzan
  20. MKM14488: BAe Harrier GR.3 'Laser Nose' The Hawker Siddeley Harrier “Jump Jetˮ is a British V/STOL aeroplane developed in the 1960s. The initial version was the Harrier GR.1, based on the P.1127 (RAF) fighter, and its upgraded variant was the GR.1A. Another upgrade implementing more powerful and reliable engine resulted in the GR.3 model, at first externally similar to previous GR.1/1As. Beginning from the spring of 1976 upgraded avionics were fitted to GR.3s comprising the laser range finder in a lengthened nose cone and tail warning devices housed in the fin and tail cone. A total of 40 Harriers GR Mk.3s were built anew, with last delivered in late 1986, and about 62 were converted from the existing GR.1/GR.1As. The Harrier was a single-seat fixed-wing all-metal monoplane powered by a R-R Pegasus turbojet, used for ground-attack, close air support, reconnaissance and fighter roles. It was fitted with two air intakes and four vectoring nozzles for directing the thrust generated by the engine. It had a tandem undercarriage and two outrigger landing gear units. External store hard points were installed for carrying a variety of weapons and external fuel tanks: two under each wing and one under the fuselage, while two Aden cannon gun pods could also be fitted beneath the fuselage. During the type’s service the RAF operated the bulk of the Harrier fleet in West Germany as a defence against Warsaw Pact threat, but the Harriers were also deployed to air bases in Norway and in the former British colony of Belize. In 1982, Harrier GR.3s took part in the Falklands War, a 10-week hostilities between Argentina and the United Kingdom. Colour schemes included in the kit: 1) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.3, XZ130, Red 27, No.1(F) Sq., RAF, Wittering Air Base, Cambridgeshire, U.K., during Exercise ‘Cold Winter‘, Bardufoss Air Station, Norway, March 1979 2) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.3, ZD667, No.4 Sq., RAF, Gütersloh Air Base, Germany, late 1980s 3) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.3, XZ990, Black F, ‘Foxy’, No.1417 Flt., RAF, Belize Airport, Belize, Central America, 1990 4) Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR Mk.3, XV809, Yellow AF, No.3(F) Sq., RAF, during Exercise ‘Match Coat‘, Gütersloh Air Base, Germany, September 1984 One injection-moulded kit is supplied in this box; it contains 53 parts and one clear part (the cockpit canopy). A comprehensive decal sheet is included.