The online store for plastic model kits, plastic figures and accessories

Hannants Search Engine

Search Area
Added within:





Hannants News: 16/09/18

In Stock Revell RV3943 1:48 Bristol Beaufighter TF Mk.X NEW TOOLING

 

 

        DAVID HANNANT

                             1930-2018

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of David Hannant after a short illness.

If you would like details of Davids funeral please email sales@hannants.co.uk

 

  

 

 

In Stock:

Airfix AX12009 1:72 Handley-Page Victor K.2 

Airfix AX09187 1:48 Supermarine Walrus Mk.I

Airfix AX09188 1:48 Gloster Meteor FR.9  

Just Arrived: Kittyhawk KH80114 1:48 F-101B/RF-101B Voodoo; KH80116 RF-101C Voodoo; KH80141 Sukhoi SU-34,; Panda PN35008 1:35 M1 IP Abrams

In stock: Great Wall Hobby delivery  

New Eduard November releases now being listed in Future Releases. Most with 10% Backorder discount!

 

You can see the postage cost for your order to anywhere in the world without logging in or registering. Just put the items in your cart and select your country from the drop-down country menu and click on enter.

We have started a new emailing list for the weekly Hot News. To continue to receive it please re-subscribe in 'eMail List' above....

The Hannants Of London shop at Colindale does not open Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. Opening times are.... Thursday and 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.

Set up your own Hot News and never miss a Special Offer or anything else! https://www.hannants.co.uk/help/question.php?question_id=104.

All ParcelForce & DPD parcels to a mainland UK address* are sent on a 24 hour service.

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.

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 click and collect 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 Hannants London model shop is at
Unit 2, Hurricane Trading Estate
Grahame Park Way, Colindale,
London, NW9 5QW
Phone 020 8205 6697
Email colindale@hannants.co.uk

See below for opening hours....

Top Selling New Items for Last 7 Days

  1. HAT8294: 1815 French Infantry Marching (NEW in September 2018)
  2. MSSOL: Back in stock! Micro Sol for softening decals so they fit into or over panel lines. in 1 Fluid Ounce plastic bottles (Microsol use with Microset) softener softenor
  3. DKD72061: Consolidated B-24 Liberator Pt.2, in RAF and Commonwealth Service 1. Liberator GR Mk.V, BZ860, No.1586 SDF RAF, W/C Krol, 1944 2. Liberator GR Mk.III, FL913, No.120 Sq. RAF, F/O Fleming-Williams, 1943 3. Liberator GR Mk.V, BZ939, No.160 Sq. RAF, India 1944 4. Liberator GR Mk.III, FL945, No.160 Sq. RAF, India 1944 5. Liberator B Mk.VI, KH408, No.159 Sq. RAF, India 1945 6. Liberator B Mk.VI, KL590, No.31 Sq. SAAF, Italy 1945 7. Liberator GR Mk.VI, EV824, No.160 Sq. RAF, India 1944 8. Liberator GR Mk.V, BZ805, No.354 Sq. RAF, India 1943 9. Liberator GR Mk.V, BZ751, No.311 (Czechoslovak) Sq. RAF, 1945
  4. RV3943: Bristol Beaufighter TF Mk.X 2018 New Tooling!
  5. AX12009: Handley-Page Victor K.2 Schemes: 1) XL231 Lusty Lindy 2) XH669 – Black Buck Raids 3) 543 Squadron Lima Airport Peru 1971 As the last of Britain’s trio of V-bombers to enter service, the Handley Page Victor was arguably the most successful, remaining in RAF service for an impressive 35 years. The final K.2 versions were converted to provide the RAF with an effective air-to-air refuelling aircraft, serving through both the Falklands Conflict and the Gulf War of 1990.
  6. HAT8296: 1805-1812 French Marching (NEW in September 2018)
  7. DKD72059: No.1 Sq RAF in WWII: Hawker Hurricane, Typhoon, Supermarine Spitfire 1. Hurricane Mk.IA, s/n unknown, Vassincourt 1939 2. Hurricane Mk.IA, L1679, P/O P. H. M. Ritchey, May 1940 3. Hurricane Mk.IA, L1842, P/O P. W. E. Mould, October 1939 4. Hurricane Mk.IA, P3173, P/O J. F. D. Elkington, August 1940 5. Hurricane Mk.IA, V7377, Sgt J. Arbuthnot, September 1940 6. Hurricane Mk.IA, P3042, Sgt J. Štefan, December 1940 7. Hurricane Mk.IA, V7379, F/Lt. A. V. Clowes, February 1941 8. Hurricane Mk.X, AF980, Sgt E. A. Glover, May 1942 9. Hurricane Mk.IIA, Z2828, Sgt E. Goy, March 1941 10. Hurricane Mk.IIB, Z2909, P/O V. Kopecký, June 1941 11. Hurricane Mk.IIB, Z2482, P/O J. F. D. Elkington, March 1941 12. Hurricane Mk.IIB, Z2802, Sgt W. T. Page, March 1941 13. Hurricane Mk.IIB, Z2687, F/Sgt K. M. Kuttelwascher, April 1941 14. Hurricane Mk.IIB, Z2746, P/O J. C. E. Robinson, March 1941 15. Hurricane Mk.IIB, Z3449, F/Sgt K. M. Kuttelwascher, August 1941 16. Hurricane Mk.IIC, Z3902, F/Lt A. Velebnovský, July 1941 17. Hurricane Mk.IIC, Z3897, F/O W. W. M. McConnell, August 1941 18. Hurricane Mk.IIC, Z3899, Sgt G.Scott, August 1941 19. Hurricane Mk.IIC, BE581, P/O K. M. Kuttelwascher, January 1942 20. Hurricane Mk.IIC, BD935, P/O J. K. Alexander, November 1941 21. Hurricane Mk.IIC, BE572, F/Lt J. M. Crabb, November 1941 22. Hurricane Mk.IIC, BD947, S/L J. A. F. MacLachlan, November 1941 23. Hurricane Mk.IIC, BE581, F/Lt K. M. Kuttelwascher, May 1942 24. Hurricane Mk.IIC, BD949, P/O R. Marcinkus, February 1942 25. Hurricane Mk.IIC, BN966, Acklington, August 1942 26. Hurricane Mk.IIC, BP668, Sgt J. R. Campbell, August 1942 27. Typhoon Mk.IB, EJ983, P/O R.W.Hornall, November 1943 28. Typhoon Mk.IB, JP677, F/O H.T.Mossip, October 1943 29. Typhoon Mk.IB, MN207, Martlesham Heath, May 1944 30. Spitfire Mk.IX, ML119, S/L David Cox, February 1945
  8. DKD72067: Consolidated B-24 Liberator Pt.3, in RAF and Commonwealth Service 1. Liberator GR Mk.III, FL927/G, Test Flight 1943 2. Liberator GR Mk.V, BZ711, No.160 Sq. RAF, F/L P.Waddy, India 1945 3. Liberator B Mk.VI, BZ980, No.159 Sq. RAF, India 1945 4. Liberator GR Mk.VI, 3742, No.10 (BR) Sq. RCAF 1945 5. Liberator GR Mk.VI, EV882, No.206 Sq. RAF, 1944 6. B-24H Liberator, TS529, No.223 Sq. RAF, 1944 7. Liberator GR Mk.V, BZ792, No.224 Sq. RAF, 1943 8. Liberator GR Mk.III, FL936, No.160 Sq. RAF, India 1943 9. Liberator GR Mk.VI, EV834, No.354 Sq. RAF, India 1944 10. Liberator B Mk.VI, KH320, No.357 Sq. RAF, India 1944
  9. MDMD14419: Airbus A350 Detailing set for aircraft model (designed to be used with Revell kits)
  10. SH72383: de Havilland Vampire Mk.1 'RAF, RAAF and Armée de l'Air. Development of jet fighter later to be named Vampire began in 1941 and related closely with development of H-1 jet engine, for which the engine section of de Havilland company was responsible. The engine was known later under its new name Goblin and its development was very successful. The Vampire was therefore ordered under Air Ministry specification E6/41 for an experimental machine able to be converted to a fighter plane. The design of the plane was fully adjusted to the new engine, which resulted in overall tiny dimensions of the plane, very low undercarriage and the tail planes being carried by two slim tail booms. The first prototype, unofficially named Spider Crab, flew for the first time on September 20, 1943 with G. de Havilland Jr at the controls. The trials were a success and an order for first 120 planes was placed in May 1944 and was continuously increased. The production planes were licence-built by English Electric since de Havilland was busy producing Mosquitoes. The original name Spider Crab was rejected by the RAF and changed to Vampire Mk.I. First squadrons got their Vampires in May 1945, but did not take part in the war. The development continued in further versions, besides the versions with DH Goblin engine, there were also versions with Nene engine (built in Australia), two-seat night fighter versions, two-seater training versions or naval fighter versions. The Mk.I version was also the very first jet fighter aircraft to be used by military of neutral countries, Switzerland and Sweden. The kit’s plastic parts come on three grey styrene sprues and two clear sprues which are accompanied by a fret of photo-etches. The first clear sprue offers the standard, late type of the clear hood and also the original, early style canopy typical for the first Mk.Is. This part, however, was not manufactured to our standards, which we regret of course, and thus we have decided to rework the design completely and produce a second sprue with much more exact rendition of the early hood. The decal sheet contains markings for three RAF machines which differ by having various national markings on them, another machine with serial A78-1which was flown by the RAAF down under and the final option brings a very special French machine, in fact a remotely controlled drone named Porthos Originally, the Vampire Mk.I kit was to offer schemes for just two operators of the type, the RAF and RAAF. It has been decided, however, that a new marking option will be offered in this boxing to make it more attractive for a wider range of modellers. The new addition to the kit is a quite eye-catching machine wearing French colours and the title of this boxing has also been updated.
  11. SMK44-521B: Douglas DC-8 (Minicraft MC14521B)
  12. MDMDR14410: Lockheed C-5B Galaxy engines (designed to be used with Roden kits) Set contains 28 resin parts, photoetching board (56*71 mm)
  13. SW72117: Republic RF-84F Thunderflash 4 markings; USAF, France, Luftwaffe and Norway Kits contains Plastic and resin arts .
  14. SW72116: Republic RF-84F Thunderflash photo reconnaissance version of F-84F. 4 markings; Italy, Belgium, USAF, and Netherlands Kits contains Plastic and resin parts
  15. DW72010: Bell P-63A Kingcobra Racer (Sohio Handicap)
  16. HAT8297: Napoleonic French command (NEW in September 2018)
  17. MDMDR14411: Lockheed C-5B Galaxy Tail (designed to be used with Roden kits)
  18. YMA7305: Dassault Mirage F.1EQ/ED (designed to be used with Special Hobby kits)
  19. MIM089: Military Illustrated Modeller (issue 89) August '18 (Aircraft Edition). Pinocchio Beau; Revell's new 1:48 Beaufighter TF.X 4 NEWS What’s happening in modelling and aviation 6 REFERENCE 489 (RNZAF) Sqn Beaufighters Pt. 1 by Terry Higgins 18 PREVIEW Pacific Coast Models 1:32 Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A-4 14 REFERENCE Beaufighter Interior Close-Up by Brett Green COVER STORY 16 PINNOCHIO BEAU Revell 1:48 Bristol Beaufighter TF.X by Brett Green 32 PREVIEW Dora Wings Dewoitine D.520 34 SMALL SCALE FISHBED Eduard 1:72 MiG-21MF by Brett Green 44 UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT Part Two Hasegawa 1:48 Junkers Ju 87 D Stuka by Kamil Feliks Sztarbala 56 MUSTANG Revell’s 1:32 P-51D Mustang in an Alclad II metallic finish by Rafe Morrissey 65 NEXT ISSUES What’s coming up in the next issues of Military Illustrated Modeller 66 TAILPIECE Tamiya’s Kit No. 32412 – German Luftwaffe Crew (Winter) w/Kettenkraftrad
  20. MSSET: Back in stock! Micro Set for improving the adhesion of the decal. Really pulls the decal down onto the model. in 1 Fluid Ounce plastic bottles (Microset use with Microsol)