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1/144 Bristol M1C Bullet x2 3d printed

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1/144 Bristol M1C Bullet x2 3d printed
1/144 Bristol M1C Bullet x2 3d printed

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1/144 Bristol M1C Bullet x2

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The M.1C prototype was designed by Frank Barnwell in 1916 and built as a private venture by the BristolAeroplane Corporation. The War Office ordered four aircraft for evaluation - designated M.1B - which had a single Vickers machine gun mounted on the port wing and a clear-view cut-out in the starboard wing to give the pilot more downward visibility.
Despite excellent performance (it had a maximum speed 30-50 mph faster than any of the contemporary German Fokker Eindecker monoplanes for example) it was rejected by the Air Ministry for service on the Western Front, ostensibly because its landing speed was considered too high for small French airfields, but more likely because of a widespread belief that monoplane aircraft were inherently unsafe in combat.
Nevertheless, a production order for 125 aircraft was placed on 3 August 1917. Designated M.1C, this version was fitted with a Le Rhone rotary engine and had a Vickers machine gun centrally-mounted in front of the pilot.
Double model. Pilots included.
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1/144 Bristol M1C Bullet x2
Frosted Ultra Detail
6.5 cm
1.7 cm
8.4 cm

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