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Thresher01 Supporting Member of TMP31 Aug 2018 9:40 p.m. PST

H&R and Scotia both make the Stirling heavy bomber.

I'd like to know which people think is the better quality model, if one is superior to the other?

Also, I'm curious to know if they have the same mid-upper turret arrangements/types, or perhaps none at all, since apparently some were produced without one, early on, and then there were two types later?

Would love to see some pics, if anyone has those to share too, since my on-line searching was less than satisfactory. Found some pics of one, and it looks nice painted up, but I don't know who the manufacturer is.

Ideally hoping both are nice, and have different M/U turrets, so I can have two variants on the tabletop.

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