Hasegawa 1/32 Fieseler Fi156C Storch 'Schlachtges

SKU: H08250

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Hasegawa - 1/32 Fieseler Fi156C Storch 'Schlachtges

Fieseler Fi-156 Storch (German stork) was the most successful among the short take-off and landing planes used during the Second World War. The plane was flown in 1937 and its ability to operate from runways with a length of less than 200 meters was appreciated, especially in supply and reconnaissance missions. Although the only arming of the machine was mounted on the back of a machine gun, and the maximum speed did not exceed 175km / h, the Luftwaffe highly praised the plane and used it on a large scale during the war. One of the most famous actions in which Fi-156 planes took part was the release of Benito Mussolini on September 12, 1943 by commandos commanded by Otto Skorzen. In the course of the Second World War, over 2800 aircraft of this type were created, all versions. The most popular version was the model C produced in many variants, powered by the Argus AS-10 twin-cylinder engine. 2634 of all varieties of this version were produced. The construction class can be confirmed by the fact that production continued also after the war in Czechoslovakia, and even France, where Morane-Saulnier sold the aircraft to the French air force under the name MS 500/502 Criquet. Technical data: Maximum speed: 175 km / h, the speed of climb: 4.8 m / s, maximum ceiling of 4600 m, maximum range: 380 km, armament: fixed-one machine gun MG15 cal.7, 92mm. 2634 of all varieties of this version were produced. The construction class can be confirmed by the fact that production continued also after the war in Czechoslovakia, and even France, where Morane-Saulnier sold the aircraft to the French air force under the name MS 500/502 Criquet. Technical data: Maximum speed: 175 km / h, the speed of climb: 4.8 m / s, maximum ceiling of 4600 m, maximum range: 380 km, armament: fixed-one machine gun MG15 cal.7, 92mm. 2634 of all varieties of this version were produced. The construction class can be confirmed by the fact that production continued also after the war in Czechoslovakia, and even France, where Morane-Saulnier sold the aircraft to the French air force under the name MS 500/502 Criquet. Technical data: Maximum speed: 175 km / h, the speed of climb: 4.8 m / s, maximum ceiling of 4600 m, maximum range: 380 km, armament: fixed-one machine gun MG15 cal.7, 92mm.

Features:
- The kit sets up the hub part for improving the reproducibility of the main leg wheel and the metal pole for the wireless communication for the C - 2 type with the metal part.
- On the "▲ + Z" aircraft, the unit emblem and infantry charge emblem symbol are marked.
Features:
- Scale: 1:32
- Full kit
- Number of parts: 165
- Wheel hub
- Antenna strut (for C-2 type) parts
- An actual machine manual by German machine researcher Mr. Takao Kokie is attached.

Decal (marking):
- C-3: German Air Force First Aircraft Attacking Organization No. II Squadron Group Headquarters Affiliation "▲ + Z" (Russia)
- C-3: German Air Force Unit Unknown "2 E + RA" (Russia)
- C-2: German Air Force Unit Unit Unknown "NM + ZD" (North Africa)

SKU H08250
Brand Hasegawa

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