new helicopters?

Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by NULLMOON, Sep 11, 2007.

  1. NULLMOON

    NULLMOON Member

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    does anyone know of any new (computer prepared)helicopter kits especilly of euro and russian helis i have several by gpm and some are auful with poor fit and many "gremlins" in the printing due to there age
  2. rickstef

    rickstef Guest

    in one word no,

    in more words, no unfortunately, the closest i can think of, is the Hobby Model Rooivalk, South Africa's attack helicopter
    or the MM Apache, from 2004, one of the best computer drawn helos I have.

    Rick
  3. NULLMOON

    NULLMOON Member

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    :cry:seems odd that theres tons of helis in as early kits none as late some of the gpm ones(old yellow cover) look like they were drawn with crayon
  4. knife

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    ModelArt has the H-34 in several versions. You can't get better fitting kits. Fiddler's Green has several simple models. Orlik has a BZ-1 early model helicopter.
  5. George B

    George B Senior Member

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    Helicopters

    Sorry for the link, I was unaware they were unauthorized scans.

    Kind regards,
    George
  6. Stev0

    Stev0 Active Member

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    Hit The Deck!!!!

    I hear the Hind kit from *Halinski* is pretty good.

    [​IMG]
  7. shrike

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    The Fly UH-1 gunship is pretty impressive. Did one of those not too long ago recolouring it to match my boss' bird
  8. benhpark

    benhpark Stealth Modeler

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  9. Paladin

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    Here is a link to an AH-6. You need Pepakura Viewer to open it.

    Clever