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International Fouga Magister

 

 

 

Max Decals

 

 

S u m m a r y

Catalogue Number: 7205 - International Fouga Magister
4805 - International Fouga Magister
Scale: 1/48 and 1/72
Contents and Media: 1  A5 sized decal sheet; 2 x A4 black-and-white instruction sheet (1/72 sheet) 1 x A4 black-and-white instruction sheet (1/48 sheet).
Price: US$10.96 from Squadron.com
Review Type: FirstLook
Advantages: Incredible range of subjects; good instructions with Reference lists; perfect registration; good colour depiction; includes stencil data and national markings
Disadvantages:  
Recommendation: Recommended for any modeller building a Magister in 1/72 or 1/48 scales

 

Reviewed by Brett Green


Max Decals Magister decals are available online from Squadron.com

 

FirstLook

 

International modellers should be grateful that Ireland used Magisters. This link between Ireland and the Magister has spawned two decal sheets with an incredible range of markings for the ungainly-looking jet trainer.

Each set comprises a single A5 decal sheet jammed with Magister markings. The 1/72 scale sheet needs two A4 pages to list the various schemes and markings, while the 1/48 scale set manages to cram its instructions onto a single folded A4 sheet.

Check out Max Decals website at http://www.geocities.com/Maxdecal for the range of schemes on both of these sheets in full colour. 

Registration on both of my samples is perfect. This is no mean feat as the markings are quite small, especially on the 1/72 scale sheet. National markings and stencil data is included on both sheets.

The 1/72 scale sheet includes markings for the following:

  • Germany 
  • Togo 
  • Gabon 
  • Morocco 
  • Bangladesh 
  • Lebanon 
  • Katanga 
  • Irish Air Corps Silver Swallows 
  • Finnish Air Force

 

 

In 1/48 scale, the following are covered:

  • Gabon 
  • Togo 
  • Bangladesh 
  • Ireland 
  • Finland

These are two very impressive decals sheets that will appeal to anyone considering building a Magister in 1/72 scale or 1/48 scale.

Recommended.

Thanks to Joe Maxwell from Max Decals for the review samples


Information about Max Decals is available online from their website at http://www.geocities.com/Maxdecal


Review Copyright 2001 by Brett Green
Page Created 20 May, 2001
Last updated 22 July, 2003

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