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The Dreadnought, developed and produced by Bolton Paul, was an attack aircraft of the Royal Air Force during World War II. In the beginning, the Dreadnought was used as a turret fighter, without any forward-fired machine guns. It is the same concept as Blackburn's "Dapeng" equipped by the Royal Navy in the same period. The design of the turret fighter was inspired by a successful fighter during World War I, the Bristol F.2.
In use, the Dreadnought was found to be increasingly suitable as a bomber, but vulnerable to attack by the Luftwaffe's single-seat Bf109 fighters. The lack of forward firepower proved to be the aircraft's main weakness in day combat, and it only began to show its potential when used as a night fighter.
|product name||burton paul dreadnought fighter|
|product type||Plastic Model Aircraft Kit|
|Model size||Length: 228.5mm Wingspan: 250mm|
|Total number of parts||70+|
|Etched parts||1 piece|
|Total number of offset plates||4 sprues|
The kit consists of over 70 parts ,clear parts for canopy
- fuselage&wing with finely engraved panel lines