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Download Focke-Wulf Fw 190 (Osprey Modelling Manuals 20) epub

by Jerry Scutts




Osprey Modelling Manual 20 examines the Focke-Wulf 190, which entered Luftwaffe service in 1941. It would serve out the war as the best of all German fighters and fighter-bombers, and its variants would include Kurt Tank's extreme Ta152 tank-buster version (4 x 20mm, 1 x 30mm cannon). With detailed step-by-step model photography, specially commissioned walkround photography, scale drawings and wartime shots, these books will provide all the details needed to model the most common A8 version as well as the long-nosed FW190D and other variants. There is a full roundup of the models available on the market, details of where you can see the real thing, a select bibliography, and survey of websites of interest.
Download Focke-Wulf Fw 190 (Osprey Modelling Manuals 20) epub
ISBN: 1841762687
ISBN13: 978-1841762685
Category: History
Subcategory: Military
Author: Jerry Scutts
Language: English
Publisher: Osprey Publishing; First Edition edition (May 25, 2002)
Pages: 64 pages
ePUB size: 1275 kb
FB2 size: 1181 kb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 612
Other Formats: docx azw lrf lit

VariesWent
This is a good book plenty to learn especially if your new model builder because it's older book there are new technique s that are not coverd.
Elastic Skunk
a very anorexic volume that comprises a short three page (!)introduction on the history of one of the Jagdwaffe's best fighter aircraft, some walk-around pics of the Champlin Fighter museum's Dora, a few indifferent profiles and a series of model build projects making up the bulk of the 64 pages.... In the modelling chapters Bretscheider's 'red 1' (with spurious red engine cowling and cooling fan blades) and Walther Dahl's 'blue 13' ( here with green spinner!) are featured...the quality of the build ruined by totally erroneous camo & markings..not to mention the 'sit' problems sadly evident. It is obvious that the model builders have little appreciation for the Fw 190 as an aircraft..oh and the bibliography only features references to other Osprey works....I really do not know how Coughlin could have put his name to this as his Osprey Luftwaffe fighters book is not bad at all..Buy any other Fw 190 book EXCEPT this one if looking for a decent reference...I want my money back..!!!