Perhaps the chief criticism of the fine Salmson 2
was the wide separation of the pilot and observer. The Salmson 7
sought to rectify that by placing them back-to-back in a shared cockpit. The wings were somewhat larger and were slightly swept. Like its predecessor, it retained the single-piece horizontal and vertical tail surfaces.
Had the war continued, thousands of Salmson 7's would have been built, enough to equip seventy-four squadrons. But by the Armistice only twenty had been delivered to front line units, and outstanding orders were cancelled. Like the Salmson 2, the Salmson 7 would have probably been a fast, robust machine, well-suited to its mission.
This product comes in both 1:144 and 1:285/6mm/1:288 scales. The 1:285 product comes with two aeroplanes joined by disposable links, which you can remove with nail clippers or wire cutters. At that scale it is impossible to print propeller blades, so detachable propeller disks are provided instead.
For more information and gaming details, see https://linen.miraheze.org/wiki/Salmson_7.