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F-16C Micro Falcons

Balkan Models, 1/144 scale

S u m m a r y :

Catalogue Number:

Balkan Models Item No. BM-14402 – F-16C Micro Falcons

Scale:

1/144

Contents & Media:

Waterslide decals with colours & markings guide.

Price:

See here for a complete list of distributors

Review Type:

First Look.

Advantages:

A great selection of multinational choices.

Disadvantages:

None apparent.

Conclusion:

Highly Recommended.


Reviewed by Phil Parsons


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F i r s t L o o k

 

Balkan Models are a Slovenian company whose main goal is to raise public awareness about the military history of the Balkans through the world of scale modeling.  From my research, Balkan Models are the only manufacturer to produce alternative 1/144 F-16C decals, which is excellent news for you given the proliferation of General Dynamics F-16C aircraft on the international market.

 

 

Talk about spoilt for choice, there are enough decals for six models  and what a range of options you have:

  • F-16C Block 40D, #88-0550, United States Air Force 555th FS, Aviano Air Base, 1999

  • F-16C Block 40E, #90-0030, Royal Bahraini Air Force 1st FS, Sheikh Isa AB, 2008

  • F-16C Block 52, #03-0040, Polish Ar Force 10th ELT, Lask AB, 2008

  • F-16C Block 50R, #93-1053, Hellenic Air Force 347 Mira, Nea Anghialos AB, 2004

  • F-16C Block 30, #355, Israeli Defence Force  117 SQN, Ramat David AB, 2003

  • F-16C Block 50, #94-0088, Turkish Air Force 152 FILO, Konya AB, 2006

 

 

The decals , printed by PrintCarrier, appear to be well printed, in register and with minimal carrier film.

 

 

C o n c l u s i o n

 

There are some colourful options here, more than enough to satisfy any 1/144 scale F-16C fan, highly recommended. See their website for a list of European distributers.

Thanks to Balkan Models  for the review sample.


Text and Images Copyright 2013 by Phil Parsons
This Page Created on 28 October, 2013
Last updated 29 October, 2013

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