Seafire MK46 Released

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Seafire MK46 Released

Post by Badgerman » 17 Dec 2018, 19:57

Heads up all,

On top of his fabulous FR47, Mr. Richardson has released his MK46 Seafire - FSX version.

It's on the home page of his site.

And I may add... it's lovely, as usual. Christmas has come early for us FAA fans!

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Re: Seafire MK46 Released

Post by Airspeed » 19 Dec 2018, 04:12

Thanks for the HU, Mark.
d/l but not flown yet.
Thanks from all to be sent to Rob via his email. :agree:

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Re: Seafire MK46 Released

Post by MilesMan » 20 Dec 2018, 16:02

5 repaints for the 46 are now available at Flightsim.com. Merry Christmas all!
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Re: Seafire MK46 Released

Post by DaveG » 20 Dec 2018, 18:12

Thanks Peter. :thumbsup:
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Re: Seafire MK46 Released

Post by Filonian » 20 Dec 2018, 22:51

Many thanks Peter. :thumbsup: :welldone:

Thanks also sent to Rob.

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Re: Seafire MK46 Released

Post by migman29 » 08 Jan 2019, 18:58

Caspar John's famous LA546/900 from Lossie and LA550/046 from Ford there too I see.
She was also technically an "FR.46",so should really be sporting the oblique camera windows either side of the fuselage TBH.
Whether they were actually ever done in the TSS scheme is also a matter of conjecture,by the time they went into service
TSS had been superceded by low demarcation EDSG/Sky as seen on the early Sea Fury Mk 10's.

Don't forget gentlemen,there were only 24 of them ever built and they never went to sea due to a lack of "folders".


They were also the fastest Seafire variant,the '47 was a bit slower due to the big long carb intake and carting
the extra weight of the wing fold gear about.
When you miss the last wire it's called a bolter

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