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In-Box Review
Jaguar T.2/T.4 masks
Sepecat Jaguar T.2/T.4 masks
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by: Andy Brazier [ BETHEYN ]

The Jaguar T.2/T.4 is a two-seat training version for the Royal Air Force, one prototype and 38 production aircraft were built. The aircraft were capable of a secondary role of strike and ground attack. Two Jags were flown by the Empire Test Pilots School and one by the Institute of Aviation Medicine. Equipped for inflight refuelling and were fitted with a single Aden cannon.
The Jaguar T.4 was a Jaguar T2A upgraded to Jaguar 96 standard.

in the bag
Packed in Eduard's cardboard backed re-sealable bag the set has one small sheet of masks, along with a set of instructions.
The masks are made of Kabuki tape, which is similar to Tamiya masking tape, are pre-cut and very easy to use.
The set has masks for both canopies, the center clear partition, the windscreen, both sides of the main wheel hubs, and one side of the nose wheel hubs, and the two HUD displays in the cockpit.
I have applied the masks, for the purpose of this review, to the canopies ( except the front canopy as mine seems to have split in half somewhere along the way, grrr), and the wheel hubs.
The main canopies will need a masking fluid or some scrap tape to fill in the center section.
A set of instructions for the placement of each mask is supplied.

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Highs: Easy to use
Lows: None really
Verdict: Easy to use, and saves time.
Percentage Rating
  Scale: 1:48
  Mfg. ID: EX 433
  Suggested Retail: 8.40 (Hannants)
  Related Link: Jaguar T.2/T.4 masks
  PUBLISHED: Nov 16, 2014
  NATIONALITY: United Kingdom

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About Andy Brazier (betheyn)

I started modelling in the 70's with my Dad building Airfix aircraft kits. The memory of my Dad and I building and painting a Avro Lancaster on the kitchen table will always be with me. I then found a friend who enjoyed building models, and between us I think we built the entire range of 1/72 Airfi...

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