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Hataka British AAC Helicopters Acrylic Paint (Red Box)


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Hataka release the British AAC Helicopters Acrylic Paint in the Red Box. This is the camoflage used by the British Army in the Cold war, Iraq war and NATO.
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Hataka release the British AAC Helicopters Acrylic Paint in the Red Box. This is the camoflage used by the British Army in the Cold war, Iraq war and NATO.

Box Contains 8 Acrylic Paints :-

HTK-B146 – BS Olive Drab - BS381C:298, used in 1970s-90s in standard camouflage scheme of AAC helicopters and fixed wing aircraft

HTK-B125 – NATO Black – Used between 1970s and 1990s in standard camouflage scheme of AAC helicopters and fixed wing aircraft

HTK-B236 - BS Olive Green – BS381C:220, used since 1990s in standard camouflage scheme of AAC rotors (Scout, Gazelle, Bell 212, Lynx)

HTK-B141 – BS Medium Sea Grey – BS381C:637, used since 1990s in standard camouflage scheme of AAC helicopters. Also on AW159 Wildcat

HTK-B144 – BS Dark Sea Grey – BS381C:638, used in standard camouflage scheme of AAC and Royal Navy AW159 Wildcat (Lynx Wildcat)

HTK-B237 – BS Light Stone - BS381C:361, used for field-improvised camouflage of AAC Lynx AH.7s and Gazelle AH.1s during Op Granby

HTK-B068 – US Army Desert Sand - FS30279, used for field-improvised camouflage of AAC Lynx AH.7s and Gazelle AH.1s during Op Granby (1991 Gulf War)

HTK-B067 – US Army Helicopter Drab - FS34031, standard overall colour of US Army helicopters, also used on AAC Westland Longbow Apache AH.1 fleet

    • Weight
      0.28 kg
    • SKU
      HTK-AS87
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