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Bristol 188

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Yes, you’ve read that right. A Bristol 188 for MSFS and its free! The screenshots look really good, but I haven’t flown it yet.

https://flightsim.to/file/56852/bristol ... ing-pencil

Tyler has done a great job and its great to see something suitably rare being done. 👍
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Looks good, thanks for the HU. :thumbsup:
Won't get chance to try it until tomorrow though.
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Re: Bristol 188

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Looks like a long runway will be needed...
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A lot of fun, and really lovely texturing, especially in the cockpit. Its a handful to land. :lol:

The airbrakes and undercarriage are a sight to behold. Really well done indeed. :rock:
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Re: Bristol 188

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Ade's screenshot gave me inspiration to search out volcanoes :lol:
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Thats superb Dale👍👏🏻
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Re: Bristol 188

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Took off from Luqa, heading out to Sicily. Few shots of Etna then headed back. In all the excitement I wasn't watching the fuel gauges. You can guess the the rest 8)
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Re: Bristol 188

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You either dead sticked it or took the Martin-Baker/Irvine GCA letdown route.
You could see him thinking "Bleedin'pilots,don't know nuffin.All glammer" He's probably right.

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