Bristol F2B (oz117)
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Scale rubber model of the Bristol Fighter from WWI. Comet kit no 226.
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Scale Rubber F/F Biplane Military Fighter Bomber Kit
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Found online 03/04/2011 at:
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User commentsHere's a model [main pic, 002,003] from the early days of Comet Model Airplane Company. Yes, it can be built and very nicely, too. It's the Comet Models F2b Bristol Fighter (Brisfit) as flown by Major Andrew E. McKeever DSO, MC with Bar, 11 Squadron RFC/RAF, Western Front, 1918. Major McKeever along with his various gunners, was credited with destroying 30 enemy aircraft in aerial combat during The Great War. Prop is for display only.
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Neal Green - 31/03/2020
That became a pretty bird, Scarff ring and all! Fly safe and no bugs.
Miguel - 02/04/2020
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