DATAFILE 44-BRISTOL SCOUTS (h)
The Bristol Scout was a true WWI pioneer-the first VC awarded for aerial combat went to Captain Lanoe Hawker flying one,whilst the type was used for the first-ever trials flying from a carrier ship and,once 'demobbed', provided excellent service in training schools all over the UK;an excuse for modellers to really go to town on some colourful finishes.Jack Bruce describes all the major variants of this sprightly biplane with over 94 rare images from the JMB/GSL Collection and Ian Stair provides detailed structure drawings as well as his usual 1:72/1:48 scale plans:there are GAs of the prototype,Scout A and also the B,C and D variants. Three pages of close-up photos show armament fits and Ray Rimell presents three colourful profiles on the rear cover along with a 1994 kit listing. For anyone modelling this great little aircraft you need look no further.Just one copy left in fair condition- hence the lower offer price...
Our Price: £35.00