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Airfix - Folland Gnat, juguete de aeromodelismo (Hornby A01006)
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The Gnat was intended to be a lightweight fighter for the RAF but only served as the Gnat T 1 trainer variant This was widely used and much liked by crews who then often moved onto front line duties with the English Electric Lightning
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Airfix released a Gnat kit many many moons ago and it was, by all accounts... lacking, to put it kindly. This however is a new tooling from 2012 and given that this is a fairly obscure jet trainer and given that Airfix already have a rendering (however poor) it's a bit of a surprise that they bothered to return to the subject at all. However, as a new tooling, it bears all the hallmarks of Airfix's most recent efforts to tempt hardened modellers away from the likes of Tamiya, Hasegawa and so-on; clean crisp moldings, superlative detailing, fairly fine engraved panel lines and a one piece canopy, so often a weak point in many kits, that is clear and thin. It is not, however, a simple build: the box holds a daunting 50 odd parts, which is a lot for the first time modeller and, while the fit is excellent, the sequence and complexity of the build may fox an inexperienced hobbyist. True enough, no special skills are required, simply a steady hand and a little patience, but a good deal of dry, test fitting is recommended in order to get things just right.
The decal sheet is also surprisingly detailed for an Airfix 1/72 kit, with a goodly proportion of very small (and very fiddly) stencils and markings. These allow you to build the kit up to an RAF training aircraft from 1964 and the colour scheme will make this an eye-catching addition to your armada: natural aluminium with bright orange panels on the tail, nose and wing tips. This does mean, though, that you will probably need to buy some orange paint specially for this kit: (Humbrol 209 or Tamiya X6).
This is a sweet little kit of a slightly unusual subject and it does Airfix great credit.