At the very end of the war, some of Luftwaffe’s Bucker Bu 181 aircraft had provisions made so that they could be armed with the Panzerfaust anti-tank missiles on special racks above and under the wings with the intention to carry out tank attack missions. Our new, 3D printed Panzerfausts offer much better levels of detail than the standard, styrene-made missiles in the kit. The Panzerfaust come with their rear sight open, as they were when fitted to the aircraft. The set also offers finely detailed stencils decals.
Detail-oozing bomb bay for the Airfix Beaufort kit. The original styrene item contains just a torpedo, while new offering also brings the respective racks and bombs, as the Beaufort aircraft were often used in the bombing role, too.
Open wing cannon compartments, including their covering panels. The set is designed to fit the new Arma Hobby kit
Exceptionally high-quality figure depicting an Ukraine soldier firing the Javelin missile. The soldier is sitting with his legs crossed and the 3D-printed, tube shaped launcher of the FGM-148 Javelin rests against his shoulder. The missile itself as well as the AK-74M submachine, the soldier’s personal weapon, are also produced on a 3D printer. The set contains a sheet of decals and photo etches.
Detail wheels with weighted tyres designed for Special Hobby’s Bucker Bu 181/Zlin Z-181 kits
Finely detailed Martin Baker Mk4 hot seat that comes with a fret of etches to make the new Special Hobby Mirage IIICJ kit look even better.
Set of pre-cut masks to be used on the clear canopy part of the Breda Ba 65 model.
Set of pre-cut masks to be used on the clear canopy part and undercarriage wheels of the Bugatti 100 Racer model.