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Dai Fledermaus09/02/2017 12:36:12
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I had 41 out of 49 of these correct, but I was expecting to do better than that. Some are too easy, but others are quite tricky. Don't use the HINT, that's cheating. wink

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john stones 109/02/2017 12:54:52
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33 for me, cheers Dai embarrassed

Braddock, VC09/02/2017 13:09:09
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Cheers dai, 44 for me.

Barrie Dav 209/02/2017 13:13:30
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43sad

kc09/02/2017 13:17:51
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41 out of 49 = average so far.

Plenty of warbirds not modelled so far in that lot...... bet that's got some modeller thinking of building one of those.

jrman09/02/2017 13:19:36
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43 for me.

John Timmis09/02/2017 13:25:33
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45

Jon - Laser Engines09/02/2017 13:33:44
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47, but one i got wrong showed a picture of a P26 but the answer was apparently a5m so i feel robbed

Bucksboy09/02/2017 13:48:45
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41 for me, mainly the Russian or Japanese planes was when I had to guess.

reg shaw09/02/2017 13:56:02
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I got 47 too, though the Peashooter / A5M one is questionable to say the least! The other I got wrong was a Grumman Attacker or summat. The Yak 9 title is wrong too, it surely is a 3.

Ian.

Dai Fledermaus09/02/2017 13:57:52
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If someone gets them all right I be impressed. Some are a bit obscure and one or two are not in the insignia of the countries of origin just to confuse matters.

Stuphedd09/02/2017 13:58:57
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My score was mainly luck , !!Not knowing them all but looking at the style and guessing and only failing 8 times ,

so I dont believe it counts !

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Jon Laughton09/02/2017 14:00:35
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42 for me

Don Fry09/02/2017 14:01:25
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37, ignorant.

McG 696909/02/2017 14:04:04
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... only 39 out of 49 correct... not really proud but not 'totally' ashamed neither as it is many moons ago that I built a few Airfix kits as a pre-teenager... and only a 'registered apprentice' here since a year or so.

Congats, Jon. yes

Cheers

Chris

 

Edited By McG 6969 on 09/02/2017 14:05:51

Cuban809/02/2017 14:10:59
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44. A few that had to be a guess (mostly wrong).crying

ron evans09/02/2017 15:08:10
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Good fun Dai, a poor 39 for me, Like my old school reports said.....must do bettersad

Bob Cotsford09/02/2017 15:43:24
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45 but a few were by deduction not recognition! The A5M certainly was a rip-off of the P26

Edited By Bob Cotsford on 09/02/2017 15:46:22

TIM Shaw09/02/2017 15:49:22
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Pah!

Luxury!

A mere 35 here, and some of those were guesses...

Guess I'm not quite as old as some of you guys.......

Phil Brooks09/02/2017 16:00:48
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44, but several of those were arrived at Sherlock style, by eliminating the obvious wrong answers. I don't see much resemblance between a Bell Kingcobra and a Short Stirling, for examplesmiley

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