There seems to be a mad dash, of late, to see which manufacturer can lay claim to replicating some of the most iconic aircraft of the modern era. While Hobby Master is taking on the Su-35S Flanker-E and Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-25 Foxbat, Calibre Wings has set its stakes on other high profile aircraft, the most notable now being the General Dynamics F-16 Flying Falcon. According to several postings on their Facebook page, the Company is already hard at work putting the finishing touches on the CAD program for the F-16, rather than porting over model kits, which could contain their own anomalies. This permits the Company greater flexibility when attempting to model the intricacies of each Falcon variant, and shows the lengths with which this newcomer to the replica game is prepared to carve out its own niche in the marketplace.
F-16 Fighting Falcon
Hobby Master is continuing to announce new tooling for early 2015, beefing up its aerial armada with a pair of 1:48 scale Hawker Hurricane Mk. I fighters that saw action in the waning days of 1940 (HA8601 and HA8602).
A number of 1:72 scale jets were also added to the March order of battle, including an all-new A-10 Thunderbolt (HA1321), F-106 Delta Dart (HA3607), F-4 Phantom II (HA1944), F-16 Fighting Falcon (HA3828), and CF-18 Hornet (HA3522).
We have added all of the new introductions to our web site and they are now available for pre-order.