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1/72 Italeri Stirling Mk. III 1462 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Stirling Mk. III 1462 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Stirling Mk. III 1462 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Stirling Mk. III 1462 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Stirling Mk. III 1462 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Stirling Mk. III 1462 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Stirling Mk. III 1462 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Stirling Mk. III 1462 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Stirling Mk. III 1462 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Stirling Mk. III 1462 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Stirling Mk. III 1462 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Stirling Mk. III 1462 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Stirling Mk. III 1462 - MPM Hobbies
1/72 Italeri Stirling Mk. III 1462 - MPM Hobbies

1/72 Italeri Stirling Mk. III 1462

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  • Type: Bombers and reconnaissance aircraft
  • Period: Second World War
  • Country: Great Britain
  • SKILL: 5
  • Model Dim.: 36,9 cm
  • Box Dim.: 440 x 270 x 70 mm
              NEW PARTS - INCLUDES A PATHFINDER VERSION WITH H2S RADAR - SUPER DECALS SHEET FOR 5 VERSIONS - PHOTO-ETCHED FRET - COLOR INSTRUCTION SHEET

              FIGURE NOT INCLUDED - CONTAINS 1 MODEL

              The Short Stirling was the first four-engine British heavy bomber of the Second World War. The design had a high wing, four engines, and the cabin elevated over the fuselage. The airframe was fully made of metal. Another feature that characterized the bomber was the impressive size of the landing gear. The first bombers went to equip the Royal Air Force Bomber Command Squadrons at the end of 1940. Operational status was reached in January 1941, and the first war mission was dated February 1941 against logistic installation in Rotterdam. Stirling Mk. I was able to carry a significant offensive load of over 6,000 kg of bombs and was armed with eight 7.7 mm machine guns for defense. The direct successor of the Mk.I version was the Mk.III, fitted with new and improved Bristol Hercules XVI engines and enhanced defensive armaments.