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RISING DECALS 72104 - Black Checker Tail Squadron
SKU RIDE-72104
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Black Checker Tail Squadron (6x camo)

 
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RISING DECALS RDM-001 Ki-21 Sally Mask NEW
SKU RIDE-M001
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Mask

1/72 Ki-21 Sally Mask (ICM) The Mitsubishi Ki-21 Otsu, also known by the Allied code name "Sally," was a Japanese medium bomber used during World War II. Here is some key information about the plane: Origin and Production: The Ki-21 Sally was developed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to meet the requirements of the Japanese Imperial Air Force. Its development began in the late 1930s, and it entered production in 1938. Role: The Ki-21 Sally was a medium bomber used primarily for tactical and strategic bombing missions. It participated in various theaters of war, including fighting in China and the Pacific during World War II. Key Features: The Sally was a twin-engine aircraft with a monoplane structure and a beam configuration, with two tandem engines in each engine nacelle. It was manned by a four-member crew: pilot, co-pilot/navigator, forward gunner, and dorsal gunner. Armament: The Ki-21 Sally's defensive armament included machine guns placed in dorsal and ventral turrets. It could carry a bomb load for bombing missions. Engine and Performance: Initially, the Sally was powered by Mitsubishi Ha-101 radial engines of 1,000 horsepower each. Later, variants with more powerful engines, such as the Mitsubishi Ha-101, were developed to improve performance. Operational Use: The Ki-21 Sally was used in various roles during World War II, including bombing military and civilian targets. Its reliability and robustness made it one of the most widely used bombing aircraft by Japanese forces. Replacement: Over the course of the war, the Ki-21 Sally was gradually replaced by more modern bombing aircraft, such as the Mitsubishi G4M "Betty" and the Nakajima B6N "Jill." End of Production: Production of the Ki-21 Sally ceased at the end of 1944, as Japan was experiencing increasing difficulties in aircraft production due to intensified Allied bombing. Postwar Use: After the war, the surviving Ki-21 planes were retired by Japanese forces and scrapped or abandoned. Some planes were preserved and can be seen today in aviation museums around the world. The Ki-21 Sally is an example of the bombing planes used by the Imperial Japanese Air Force during World War II. Although it was not the most advanced aircraft of its time, it played a significant role in the Japanese Empire's bombing operations during the conflict.

 
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RISING DECALS 72106 G4M1 Betty in the scheme Kumogata Decal(9x camouflage)
SKU RIDE-72106
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

  1/72 G4M1 Betty in Kumogata Decal Scheme (9x camouflage) The Mitsubishi G4M, also known as "Betty" by the Allies during World War II, was a Japanese medium bomber used by the Imperial Japanese Air Force. Here is some key information about the G4M1 Betty: Development and Background: The Mitsubishi G4M was developed in the early 1940s as a medium bomber for the Imperial Japanese Air Force. It was intended to replace the older G3M bomber. Design and Features: The G4M was a twin-engine aircraft with a relatively light structure that gave it good speed and long-range capability. It was equipped with a long, tapered nose and a relatively thin fuselage. It had a six-member crew, including pilot, co-pilot, navigator, front gunner, upper gunner and rear gunner. Performance: The G4M1 was powered by two 14-cylinder Mitsubishi Kasei radial engines. It could reach a top speed of about 430 kilometers per hour (about 267 miles per hour) and had a very respectable range that allowed it to operate over long distances. Operational Role: The G4M1 Betty was used primarily as a long-range bomber and was used extensively in the early stages of the war in the Pacific during World War II. It participated in many bombing missions against Allied bases, ships, and other infrastructure. Variants: There were several variants of the G4M, each of which had specific modifications to suit different roles. For example, the G4M2 had enhanced defensive armament. Vulnerabilities: Although the G4M was fast and had good range, it had significant vulnerabilities. Its light structure and poor protection made the crew vulnerable, and the bomber had a tendency to ignite easily when hit. Legacy: The Mitsubishi G4M was one of the most recognizable Japanese bombing aircraft of World War II. However, its vulnerability and heavy losses during the conflict made it a symbol of the effectiveness of the Allied air forces. The Mitsubishi G4M1 Betty played an important role in the early stages of the war in the Pacific, but was eventually overtaken by more modern and better-protected Allied aircraft. Its story is an integral part of the World War II narrative.

 
 
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RISING DECALS 72105 Ki-21-I Otsu Sally Decal
SKU RIDE-72105
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Ki-21-I Otsu Sally Decal (8x camouflage) The Mitsubishi Ki-21-I Otsu, also known by the Allied code name "Sally," was a Japanese medium bomber used during World War II. Here is some key information about the plane: Origin and Production: The Ki-21 Sally was developed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to meet the requirements of the Japanese Imperial Air Force. Its development began in the late 1930s, and it entered production in 1938. Role: The Ki-21 Sally was a medium bomber used primarily for tactical and strategic bombing missions. It participated in various theaters of war, including fighting in China and the Pacific during World War II. Key Features: The Sally was a twin-engine aircraft with a monoplane structure and a beam configuration, with two tandem engines in each engine nacelle. It was manned by a four-member crew: pilot, co-pilot/navigator, forward gunner, and dorsal gunner. Armament: The Ki-21 Sally's defensive armament included machine guns placed in dorsal and ventral turrets. It could carry a bomb load for bombing missions. Engine and Performance: Initially, the Sally was powered by Mitsubishi Ha-101 radial engines of 1,000 horsepower each. Later, variants with more powerful engines, such as the Mitsubishi Ha-101, were developed to improve performance. Operational Use: The Ki-21 Sally was used in various roles during World War II, including bombing military and civilian targets. Its reliability and robustness made it one of the most widely used bombing aircraft by Japanese forces. Replacement: Over the course of the war, the Ki-21 Sally was gradually replaced by more modern bombing aircraft, such as the Mitsubishi G4M "Betty" and the Nakajima B6N "Jill." End of Production: Production of the Ki-21 Sally ceased at the end of 1944, as Japan was experiencing increasing difficulties in aircraft production due to intensified Allied bombing. Postwar Use: After the war, the surviving Ki-21 planes were retired by Japanese forces and scrapped or abandoned. Some planes were preserved and can be seen today in aviation museums around the world. The Ki-21 Sally is an example of the bombing planes used by the Imperial Japanese Air Force during World War II. Although it was not the most advanced aircraft of its time, it played a significant role in the Japanese Empire's bombing operations during the conflict.

 
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RISIND DECALS ACR-045 E7K1/2 Alf Beach Trolley
SKU RIDE-ACR045
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 E7K1/2 Alf Beach Cart (resin set) The Mitsubishi E7K, also known as the "Type 94 Reconnaissance Seaplane" or "Alf" by the Allies during World War II, was a reconnaissance seaplane used by the Imperial Japanese Air Force. Here is some key information about the E7K1/2 Alf: Development and Background: The Mitsubishi E7K was developed in the early 1930s as a light reconnaissance seaplane for the Japanese Imperial Air Force. It was intended to replace the earlier E4N. Design and Features: The E7K was a monoplane, twin-engine seaplane with a relatively conventional appearance. It was equipped with a main engine and an auxiliary engine. The crew consisted of two members. Performance: The E7K had decent performance for the time. It was capable of a top speed of about 270 km/h (about 168 mph) and had sufficient range for long-range reconnaissance missions. Operational Role: The E7K was mainly used as a light reconnaissance seaplane aboard Japanese warships. It performed reconnaissance and surveillance missions, providing tactical and strategic intelligence to Japanese naval forces. Variants: There were several variants of the E7K, including the E7K1 and E7K2, with some differences in technical specifications. However, both variants were mainly used for reconnaissance purposes. Legacy: The E7K Alf was employed in the early stages of World War II, but was eventually superseded by more modern and better protected aircraft. Its vulnerability to opposing fighter planes and Allied anti-aircraft weapons contributed to its heavy losses. The E7K Alf exemplifies Japanese efforts in the design and employment of reconnaissance seaplanes during the interwar period and early World War II. However, it eventually became obsolete compared to technological advances and opposing combat tactics.

 
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Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero Fighters
SKU RIDE-48032
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/48 Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero Fighters (6x camo)     

 
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Mitsubishi A6M2/3/5 Zero Fighters
SKU RIDE-72100
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Mitsubishi A6M2/3/5 Zero Fighters (24x camo) 

 
 
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Mitsubishi A6M2/3 Zero Fighters
SKU RIDE-48033
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/48 Mitsubishi A6M2/3 Zero Fighters (6x camo)     

 
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Tachikawa Ki-36
SKU RIDE-72082
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Tachikawa Ki-36 "Ida" Unknown and Less Known Units of the Japanese Imperial Army and Navy Pt.II

 
 
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Mitsubishi Raiden's
SKU RIDE-72099
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Mitsubishi Raiden's (8xcamo)

 
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Kawanishi Shiden & Shiden Kai
SKU RIDE-72101
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Kawanishi Shiden & Shiden Kai (22xcamo)

 
 
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Japanese Early Birds
SKU RIDE-72077
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Japanese Early Birds Pt.II (10X CAMO)   Nakajima-Nieuport 83 E.2 c/n 504 (trainer version of Nieuport 10) "J-TIZE", registred to J. Aoshima, about mid-1920s   Avro 504L c/n 424 "J-TOWC", registred to E. Munesato of First Aeroplane School, about mid-1920s   Avro 504S "R-613", Kasimugaura Kokutai, about mid-1920s   Hansa Type (Hansa W.29) "J-BAFI", registred to Nihon Koku Yuso Kaisha (Japan Air Transport Research Association), late 1920s   Hansa Type (Hansa W.29) "Ka-189", Kasimugaura Kokutai, late 1920s   Nieuport IV used a taxiing aircraft with clipped wings for primary training   Nieuport NG (Japanese army version of Nieuport IV), Japanese attack on Tsingtao, China, 31 October - 7 November 1914   Soptwith Pup c/n 534 (Loire et Olivier built Pup) "J-TALO", unknown owner, about mid-1920s   Soptwith Pup c/n 536 "J-TITY", registred to T. Aiba at Nippon Flying School, about mid -1920s   Soptwith Pup tested on the flying-off platform on the battleship Yamashiro, early 1920s

 
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Donated Birds
SKU RIDE-72080
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Donated Birds Pt.IV - Japanese Army Aircraft with Patriotism Inscriptions "Aikoku" (x9 camo)   Ki-27, Aikoku 397 (Nagoya Shibuya Ward Citizens/Hiroyuki Electric Co., Ltd), Akeno Rikugun Hiko Gakko, Mie Prefecture, Japan   Ki-27, Aikoku 645 (Zenitaka), Akeno Rikugun Hiko Gakko, Mie Prefecture, Japan   Ki-51, Aikoku 569 (Kyushu Cpnfectionery), Hiko Dai 44 Sentai, China Area, 1943   Ki-51, Aikoku 727 (All Japan), Hokota Rikugun Hiko Gakko, Ibaragi Prefecture, Japan, September 1942   Type 91, Aikoku 84 (Tamura), probably 5th Hiko Rentai (later 2nd Hiko Daitai and Hiko Dai 5 Sentai, Osaka, May 1933   Type 91, Aikoku 3 (Obuse), 2nd Daitai of 1st Hiko Rentai (later Hiko Dai 1 Sentai), Osaka, March 1932   Ki-43-I, s/n 388, Aikoku 1028 (Okamoto Industries), Akeno Rikugun Hiko Gakko, Mie Prefecture, Japan   Ki-43-II initial production version, Aikoku 2068 (Hokuriku Distribution), probably Hiko Dai 1 Sentai, September 1943   Ki-43-II late type, Aikoku 3948 (Advance Resolutely No.1), Hiko Dai 77 Sentai, Singapore, Malaya, probably January 1944

 
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Donated Birds
SKU RIDE-72079
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Donated Birds Pt.III - Japanese Navy Aircraft with "Houkoku" Inscriptions Includes Mitsubishi A5M4, Nakajima B5N1, Kawanishi E7K1, Nakajima E8N1     A5M4 "S-160", Houkoku 367 (No.2 Tokyo Paper Commerce), Citose Kokutai, Chitose Airbase, Hokkaido, Japan, December 1940 - May 1941   A5M4 "S-153", Houkoku 373 (Isetan)   A5M4, Houkoku 278 (Osaka Gas)   A5M4 "9-158", Houkoku 278 (Osaka Gaz), the same aircraft based at Haikou, Hainan, Central China, January 1940   E7K1, Houkoku 83 (Quingdao), light Cruiser Kinu, 1937   E7K1, Houkoku 213 (Chungnam), heavy Cruiser Ashigara, north China coast operations, 1938   B5N1 "3-356", Houkoku 268 (Tokyo Machine Works), 12th Kokutai, China, 1939   B5N1 "3-356", Houkoku 268 (Tokyo Machine Works), 12th Kokutai, China, 1939, camouflaged upper surfaces

 
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Bücker 131
SKU RIDE-72076
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Bücker 131 in Japanese Service (8X CAMO)   Watanabe K9W1 "B2-20", 381st Kokutai, Malaya area, 1945   Bücker KXBü1 "XI-17", unknown navy unit   Kokusai Ki-86, Tachiarai Rikugun Hiko Gakko, aircraft marked "I" on the cowling   Kokusai Ki-86, Tachiarai Rikugun Hiko Gakko,aircraft marked "Ro" on the cowling   Kokusai Ki-86, unknown Army Flying School   Kokusai Ki-86, Koku Shikan Gakko (Army Air Academy)   Kokusai Ki-86, unknown Rikugun Hiko Gakko (Army Flying School)   Watanabe K9W1 or original Bücker KXBü1 "Ko-K-7"

 
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64th Hiko Sentai
SKU RIDE-72097
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 64th Hiko Sentai (12x camo)  

 
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50th Hiko Sentai
SKU RIDE-72098
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 50th Hiko Sentai (11x camo)  

 
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KI-44
SKU RIDE-48031
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

  1/48   KI-44 IJAAF 47th Squadron    

 
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Ki-32 'Mary' Unknown and Less Known Units
SKU RIDE-72090
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Ki-32 'Mary' Unknown and Less Known Units    

 
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Ki-15 'Babs' Unknown and Less Known Units
SKU RIDE-72091
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Ki-15 'Babs' Unknown and Less Known Units  

 
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Decal E8N1/2 DAVE
SKU RIDE-72088
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Decal E8N1/2 DAVE (8x camo)   Includes 8 camouflage schemes:   E8N2 "I-5", Armored Cruiser Izumo, Houkoku No.208 "Dai Ni Chosen Bei Koku Go", Shanghai, China, 1939 E8N2 "AI-2", battleship Nagato, Houkoku No.352 "Dai Tokyo Tabako Go", Setonaikai (Seto Inland Sea), October 1941 E8N1 "NaChi-4", Heavy Cruiser Nachi, Kyushu, Japan, April 1936 E8N1 "5-1", Seaplane Tender Kamoi, East China Sea, June-July 1938 E8N2 "ASu-22", Amakusa Kokutai, Amakusa Seaplane Base, Shimoshima Island, Humamoto Prefecture, Japan, August 1945 E8N1 "YoHa-91", Yokohoma Kokutai, Yokohoma Airfield, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan E8N1 "SeiRen-65", Yokosuka Kokutai, Maintenance Training Unit, Oppama Airfield, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan E8N2 "5-8" and later "V-8", Seaplane Tender Chiyoda, Houkoku No.168 " Kamaishi Go"  

 
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 E8N1/2 DAVE
SKU RIDE-48030
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

  1/48   E8N1/2 DAVE (4x camo)   Includes 4 camouflage schemes:   E8N2 "5-8" and later "V-8", Seaplane Tender Chiyoda, Houkoku No.165 "Kamaishi Go" E8N1 "NaChi-4", Heavy Cruiser Nachi, Koyfu, April 1936, Japan E8N1 "YoHa-91", Yokohoma Kokutai, Yokohoma Airfield, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan E8N2 "1-5", Armored Cruiser Izumo, Houkoku No.208 "Dai Ni Chosen Bei Koku Go", Shanghai, China 1939  

 
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Ki-51
SKU RIDE-48029
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/48 Ki-51 "Sonia" "Guntei" Japanese Army Assault/Reconnaissance Aircraft     Ki-51 "9311" of the unidentified unit (probably 7th Hiko Shidan Shireibu), Balikpapan, Borneo, June 1945 Ki-51 of the unidentified unit, date and location not available Ki-51, 44th Hiko Sentai, China area, 1943 Ki-51, Hokota Rikugun Hiko Gakko, Ibaragi prefecture, Japan Ki-51 of the unidentified unit, but most probably tokko unit (special attack unit), Okinawa campaign, Spring 1945 Ki-51, Dokuritsu 89th Hiko Chutai, Keningau, Borneo, August 1945 Ki-51 the same aircraft in surrender marking in Labuan, Borneo, Semptember-October 1945

 
 
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K5Y1
SKU RIDE-72087
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 K5Y1 "Willow" Unknown and Less Known Units of the Japanese Imperial Army and Navy Pt.III   K5Y1 "J-BCPQ" Kaigun Yobi Kokudan (Navy Reserve Air Group)

 
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The Burma Banshees Pt.II
SKU RIDE-72084
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 The Burma Banshees Pt.II   P-40N-5 "White 27", s/n unknown, "Mid-finger" emblem, 88th FS, 80th FG, India, 1944 P-40N-5 "White 14", s/n unknown, "Mid-finger" emblem, 88th FS, 80th FG, India, 1944 P-40N-1 "White 16", s/n unknown, "Mid-finger" emblem, 88th FS, 80th FG, India, 1944 P-40N-5 "White 61", s/n unknown, 89th FS, 80th FG, India, spring 1944 P-40N-1 "White 71", s/n unknown (2104xx4), "Ruth Marie", Flt.Off. Samuel E. Hammer, 90th FS, 80th FG, Moran, Assam, India, April 1944 P-40N-1 "White 75", s/n unknown (210xxx0), "Oh Red 5th!", Cpt. Owen R. Allred, 90th FS, 80th FG, Assam, India, spring 1944 P-40N-1 "White 79", s/n unknown, "Steamin Demon", 2nd Lt. Joseph B. Patton, 90th FS, 80th FG, Assam, India, spring 1944

 
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YANKEE SPITFIRES IN THE MTO
SKU RIDE-48017
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/48 Yankee Spitfires in the MTO (for 5 Spitfires of 52nd FG)

 
 
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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
SKU RIDE-72057
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Under New Management Part II. (6x camo)

 
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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
SKU RIDE-48016
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/48 Under New Management Part II. (4x camo)

 
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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
SKU RIDE-48014
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/48
Category

1/48 Under New Management (8x camo)

 
 
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THE BURMA BANSHEES
SKU RIDE-72072
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 The Burma Banshees (7x camo) P-40N-1 - P-40N-5

 
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TA-DAN BOMBS FOR KI-46
SKU RIDE-ACR032
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 Ta-Dan Bombs for Ki-46

 
 
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TA-DAN BOMBS FOR KI-44
SKU RIDE-ACR031
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 Ta-Dan Bombs for Ki-44

 
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SPITFIRE K9795
SKU RIDE-72042
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Category Decals

1/72 Spitfire K9795 of No.18 Sqn (Duxford, 1938)

 
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SPANISH EMILS
SKU RIDE-72015
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Spanish Emils (4x camo for Me 109E Legie)

 
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Kawasaki KI-61-I OTSU versione con sci
SKU RIDE-ACR009
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 Ski undercarriage for Ki-61-I Otsu & decal   Il Kawasaki Ki-61 identificato anche come Aereo da caccia Tipo 3 e con il nome popolare Hien, nome in codice alleato Tony, era un aereo da caccia prodotto dall'azienda giapponese Kawasaki Heavy Industries ed impiegato durante la seconda guerra mondiale.Fu l'unico tipo di caccia nipponico ad essere equipaggiato con un propulsore in linea raffreddato a liquido, basato sullo stesso motore tedesco DB601- costruito su licenza dalla Kawasaki - che equipaggiava il Messerschmitt Bf 109 e i Macchi M.C. 202 e M.C.205. Proprio la somiglianza coi caccia tedeschi e italiani confuse i primi piloti americani che incontrarono i Ki-61, in un primo momento scambiati per Bf 109. Successivamente vennero identificati come caccia italiani e proprio questa seconda identificazione spinse lo United States Department of War ad attribuirgli il nome in codice di "Tony". 

 
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SKI UNDERCARRIAGE
SKU RIDE-ACR002
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 Ski undercarriage for Ki-51 (resin set & decal)

 
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SEAC FIGHTERS (5X CAMO SCHEMES)
SKU RIDE-48009
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/48
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/48 SEAC Fighters (5x camo schemes)

 
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RUMANIAN EMILS
SKU RIDE-72017
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Rumanian Emils (3x Me 109E, 1x Me 109G)

 
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ROCKETS FOR J2M3 RAIDEN
SKU RIDE-ACR027
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Rockets for J2M3 Raiden (Type 3 No.6 Mk.27 Model 1 Bomb/Rocket)

 
 
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ROCKETS FOR D4Y2/D4Y2-S
SKU RIDE-ACR007
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 Rockets for D4Y2/D4Y2-S (resin set & decal)

 
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ROCKETS FOR A6M5A/A6M5C
SKU RIDE-ACR028
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

1/72 Rockets for A6M5a/A6M5c (Type 3 No.1 Mk.28 Model 1 Bomb/Rocket)

 
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RADAR ANTENNA TAKI 1 MODEL 2 FOR KI-67
SKU RIDE-ACC012
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Radar Antenna Taki 1 Model 2 for Ki-67 +decal

 
 
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RADAR ANTENNA KU-6 FOR G4M2
SKU RIDE-ACC013
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Radar Antenna Ku-6 for G4M2 & decal 'F1-11'

 
7,10

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RADAR ANTENNA KU-6 FOR G4M2
SKU RIDE-ACC014
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Radar Antenna Ku-6 for G4M2 & decal '762-12'

 
7,10

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RADAR ANTENNA KU-6 FOR G4M2
SKU RIDE-ACC015
Brand RISING DECALS
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Decals

1/72 Radar Antenna Ku-6 for G4M2 & Decal '951-1-363'

 
7,10

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