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Molyned
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BLACKBURN SKUA

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I'm pleased to announce that I've just uploaded the Blackburn Skua to FlightSim.com. :rock: It will appear in their file system in a couple of days.
I want to thank the beta testers here for you work without which no new aircraft could be launched.'
Next project - to look at the Blackburn Roc. Although superficially very similar in construction, experience tells me it 'aint necessarily so...'
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Dave M(oly)

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Well done, Dave.
Would you believe, I was looking at one of my 1940s recognition books yesterday, comparing 3-views of those exact two .

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This site has been a source of information for me Mike -
https://dingeraviation.net//index.htm
Cheers :cheers:
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Re: BLACKBURN SKUA

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Good news :rock: the Blackburn Skua is now available from Flightsim.com.
Enjoy :agree:
Cheers :cheers:
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Molyned wrote:
14 Mar 2020, 13:35
This site has been a source of information for me Mike -
https://dingeraviation.net//index.htm
Cheers :cheers:
Dave M(oly)
Wow! I'm impressed with the research that's gone into that site.
I've now learnt about those gas detection patches.
Regret my eyes aren't up to confirming the thickness of the bullet proof glass, which he apparently finds evident. :|
Thanks for the link, Dave :thumbsup: Site bookmarked for future reference. :agree:

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