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1/72 Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S.Mk.2/2A model kit

Product # CMR72-5143

Product Article by CMR Models on Dec 19 2013

 

 

Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S.Mk.2/2A in "Royal Air Force" service from 1969 to 1987 Two-Seat Low-Level Strike Jet Aircraft  model kit from Czech Master Resin.

 

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For Information:
This model contains examples of ex-Royal Navy "Fleet Air Arm" Buccaneer aircraft built by 'Hawker Siddeley Aviation', that served
with the Royal Air Force.

Two distinct versions are included:

  • - Buccaneer S.Mk.2: The original RAF version (designed to carry the future 'Martel' missile)

  • - Buccaneer S.Mk2A: Converted to RAF standard but, retained original 'FAA' weapons pylons (used for: training & flight re-fuelling)

This model includes: Both designs of weapons pylon and spacing configurations, a selection of different payloads applicable, subsequent airframe modifications, plus 3 variations of RAF markings and camouflage finish. 

Colour Schemes Included 

  • H.S. Buccaneer S.Mk.2 - XV349 12 Squadron, RAF Honington, 1970 ('Martel' missile capable airframe)

  • H.S. Buccaneer S.Mk.2 - XT287 237 Operational Conversion Unit, RAF Honington, 1973 ('Martel' missile capable airframe)

  • H.S. Buccaneer S.Mk.2A - XV341 12 Squadron, RAF Honington, 1974

  • H.S. Buccaneer S.Mk.2A - XV341 237 Operational Conversion Unit, RAF Honington, 1975

  • H.S. Buccaneer S.Mk.2A - XV163 208 Squadron, RAF Honington, 1975

  • H.S. Buccaneer S.Mk.2A - XV156 237 Operational Conversion Unit, RAF Honington, 1977

  • H.S. Buccaneer S.Mk.2A - XV163 'B', 237 Operational Conversion Unit, RAF Honington, 1982

  • H.S. Buccaneer S.Mk.2A - XT271 '271', 237 Operational Conversion Unit, RAF Lossiemouth, 1987

*Please Note: Colour scheme information diagrams supplied with the model are only printed in 'Black and White'

Items Included 

  • Complete Airframe

  • 'Air Brake Petals' (Post-Mod.1044) - Can be displayed 'Open' or 'Closed'

  • 'Main Flaps' - Can be displayed 'Up' or fully 'Down'

  • 'Wings' - Can be displayed 'Folded' to expose hinge and interior surface detail

  • Cockpit Canopy - Can be displayed 'Open' or 'Closed'

  • Fully Detailed Cockpit Interior - Including 'Photo-Etch' detailing

  • Highly-detailed Martin Baker Mk.6MSB Ejector Seats - Including 'Photo-Etch' B-type Face Screen Firing Handles

  • Detailed Nose Interior - Nose can be displayed 'Open' or 'Closed'

  • Detailed Undercarriage

  • 'Optional Parts' - To cover all major RAF Buccaneer S.Mk.2/2A airframe 'Modifications' from 1969-1987

  • Canopy Frame 'Paint Mask'

  • Painted 'Photo-Etch' Detailing Set - see below

  • Comprehensive Assembly and Painting Instructions

  • 6-Page Photographic 'In Detail' Supplement 

  • External Payload' Configuration Guide

  • Extensive 2-Sheet 'Decal Set' - Including full external markings & stencils to: Air Publication A.P.101B-1202-1A

Optional Payloads Included 

  • 250 Imp. Gallon External Wing Tanks (2 types) - Pre-Mod.5191 & Post-Mod.5193

  • Mk.20 HDU Flight Re-Fuelling Pod + Carriage Pylon

  • No.7 Mk.1 Rocket Launchers (36x 2-inch Rocket Projectiles)

  • 1,000lb H.E.M.C. 'Freefall' Bombs - markings for both: 'Live' and 'Training' versions

  • 1,000lb H.E.M.C. 'Retard' Bombs - markings for both: 'Live' and 'Training' versions

  • CBLS 100 Carriers with: 28lb Practice Bombs

  • Twin Bomb Carriers with: 28lb Practice Bombs

  • Early Weapons Pylons - Pre-Mod.1188

  • 'Universal' Weapons Pylons + Adaptor Rails - Post-Mod.1188

  • Bomb Bay Door (2 types) - Original 'Flat' design + 'Bulged' 425 Imp. Gallon Bomb Door Tank (Mod.5300)

  • Fuel Vent Pipe (Weapons Bay 440 Imp. Gallon Long Range Fuel Tank) - For use with original 'Flat' Bomb Door (Pre-Mod.5300)

NOTE Bomb Door can be displayed 'Open', with 4x 1,000lb H.E.M.C. Bombs

*Please Note: Payload information diagrams supplied with the model are only printed in 'Black and White'

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