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Hataka HTK-AS12
No Scale Israeli Air Force/IAF paint set (1970's desert colours) 6 acrylic paints for airbrushing. The set contains standard colours used by Israeli Air Force from July 1967 till late 1970s in so called "1970's desert scheme". The four-colour camouflage covered by the set was introduced after the Six-Day War, when the long used brown and blue over grey scheme of IAF aircraft was regarded as not appropriate for operations over Sinai, an... Paint, Acrylic 17ml Catalogue £12.99 - In Stock
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Hataka HTK-AS15
No Scale Swiss Air Force Paint Set (WWII period) 8 acrylic paints for airbrushing. As a response to growing political tension in Europe in late 1930s, in order to replace overall aluminium / silver liveries of majority of Swiss military aircraft, Muster 38 ("pattern 38") camouflage scheme was developed by Swiss AF and officially introduced in May 1938. With delivery of first BF-109s in early 1939 a German-origin scheme of RLM 70/71/65 ... Paint, Acrylic 17ml Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
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Hataka HTK-AS16
No Scale Early WWII French Air Force paint set. 6 acrylic paints for airbrushing. In late 1938 the French Air Ministry issued an instruction on camouflage of all land-based aircraft. Those already in service were painted during 1939, while the new ones received factory scheme. The colours applied could be different depending on the manufacturer - in general Light Blue Grey (Gris Blue Clair) was used on lower surfaces, with a mix of Dar... Paint, Acrylic 17ml Catalogue £12.99 - In Stock
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Hataka HTK-AS20
No Scale Late WWII Soviet Air Force paint set. 6 acrylic paints for airbrushing. The Soviet Air Force) used a fascinating variety of color shades during World War II combat-from early paints used until 1941, mid-war colours used from 1941 till 1943, to late war colors from 1943 till 1945. Due to extensive operations in winter zone, VVS was also a heavy user of various temporary winter-camouflage techniques. Hataka Hobby has proudly ... Paint, Acrylic 17ml Catalogue £12.99 - In Stock
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Hataka HTK-AS69
No Scale WWII Imperial Japanese Army AFV paint set. 8 acrylic paints for airbrushing. The Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) until 1942 (according to most sources) used a colorful camouflage consisting of IJA Khaki (base colour) with disruptive shapes of IJA Tea Brown (to some extent also used as a base colour), IJA Olive Green and IJA Earth Brown. Many vehicles also wore a yellow disruptive stripe (usually claimed to be a bright yellow, but... Paint, Acrylic 17ml Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
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Hataka HTK-AS74
No Scale Modern Brazilian AF paint set volume 1. 6 acrylic paints for airbrushing. Since 1990s the Brazilian AF has used couple of "grey" schemes: the "Aerial Defense Grey" was used on 1st/14th Fighter Squadron ‚ÄúPampa" F-5s from 1990 till 2005. The "Two Tone Grey" was used on EMB T-27 Tucano and AMX International A-1A/B up until 2005, while the Brazilian "big-birds" are still wearing the overall "Grey Scheme" of FS36473. The recent "Ne... Paint, Acrylic 17ml Catalogue £12.99 - In Stock
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Hataka HTK-AS86
No Scale Russian Air Force Helicopters paint set volume 1. 8 acrylic paints for airbrushing. Although part of post-soviet helicopters operated by the Russian AF still wears a mix of various colour schemes gained during gradual overhauls in many workshops, in early 2010s a new standard scheme of overall dark grey was successfully introduced on most types including Mi-8/17 family, Mi-26 heavy transports and Mi-24/35, Mi-28 and Ka-52 atta... Paint, Acrylic 17ml Catalogue £17.99 Out of Stock
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Hataka HTK-AS87
No Scale British AAC Helicopters paint set x 8 acrylic paints for airbrushing. Since early 1970s the Army Air Corps (AAC) used several painting schemes on its helicopters fleet. Initial BS Olive Drab + Black scheme was used well into 1990s, when a new scheme of BS Olive Green + BS Medium Sea Grey was introduced. The latter is still in use on Lynx AH.7/9s and Bell 212s, parallel to US Army Helicopter Drab (FS34031) used on Apache AH.1 f... Paint, Acrylic 17ml Catalogue £17.99 - In Stock
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