We have the figures in scale for now 1:16 / 1:35 / 1:48 / 1:72
With another kit, we are preparing Henschel over the African desert again
The MN Hobby company has also rebuilt the boxart with the second kit, it must be admitted that again with a wonderful drawing of Henschel somewhere over the African desert. It will again be a Hasegawa cover with extras, but this time it will be the B-2 version. The kit will be 3D printed mainly for mk cannons. 101 and mk. 103, exhausts, undercarriage legs, clear sight, double-sided cockpit masks and decals for two versions. Also new will be the included foam plugs for the undercarriage shafts for easier painting. This second cover should appear perhaps at the end of this year.
The pilot project of the MN Hobby company is the Henschel Hs 129 B-3 model in 1/48 scale.
The box with a beautiful drawing by Zdenek Macháček representing a machine flying low over Russian tanks contains repackaged Hasegawa pressings and several bonuses. First of all, these are 3D printed resin parts depicting the suspended cannon and its cover, as well as the exhausts and also the chassis legs - the original ones in the kit show traces of the ejectors, the resin ones are additionally supplemented with tubes. 3D parts need to be sprayed with a surfacer and polished to remove fine layering, which is a consequence of the production technology used. Other accessories are wheel masks and clear parts made of yellow masking tape. Cabin masks are double-sided. The model includes instructions with one camo. Not many airplanes flew with this cannon, and it can be said that every piece is an original. The manufacturer selected the machine with DO+XG marking, production number 140094 from the airport in Rechlin. The decals are printed in very good quality and include labels and decals for instruments in the cockpit.