Period: Second World War
Country: Great Britain
Model Dim.: 23,4 cm
Hurricane Mk. We (PRM Edition)
The Hawker Hurricane happens to be many popular fighter by the British Royal Air Force at the start of World War II. The Hurricane had been powered by a Rolls-Royce Merlin 12-cylinders, liquid-cooled, with increased than 1,000 HP which could lead to a speed above 500 km/h. The eight 7.7 mm Browning device firearms, which equipped it , fully guaranteed a good firepower. Although it ended up being slow and much more antiquated, for aerodynamic design, then your famous "colleague" with who it shared the operational engagement throughout the Battle of Britain, but ended up being better quality, cheaper and simpler to maintain and repair. He's contributed considerably towards the success of RAF through the Battle of Britain, but throughout the war, it's gradually given the part of front-line fighter to the more contemporary Spitfire.
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