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Well done so far. Following.
1. September 2020, 20:18
Maciej Bellos
2. September 2020, 15:47
2. September 2020, 20:22
Thomas Kolb
Like it already!
3. September 2020, 04:17
3. September 2020, 08:18
Daniel Mysak
Nice to see you all following👍. Got a little further with cockpit installation and closing the fuselage.
7. September 2020, 12:16
Oleg Bogolei
Exelent upgrade!
7. September 2020, 13:03
Good progress!
8. September 2020, 19:30
Bernd Korte
Nice project
8. September 2020, 19:47
Daniel Mysak
Thanks guys.
Little update today, finished the wings and also nearly done with the fuselage. Next to this i tried to improve the Air-2 Genies from the kit.
18. September 2020, 14:31
I think I recognize those bombs as nukes. 🙂
18. September 2020, 14:44
Daniel Mysak
Right, these were nuclear Air-to-Air-Missiles, they should destroy a whole bombe group at once. I´m glad this never happened.
18. September 2020, 16:12
Ah, you are right. I had no idea these were air-to-air missiles.
18. September 2020, 17:41
Ben M
maybe useful picture of a genie missile: http://www.ipernity.com/gp/bro/14188/aabbabd7
19. September 2020, 21:00
Daniel Mysak
Thanks for the pic, shape looks a bit different to most other Genie pictures. I went mostley after this phot from Air Defence Museum in Bagotville. [img1]
19. September 2020, 21:07
Clifford Keesler
I guess the fin extensions were only deployed after launch. I have never seen these on any Genie model missiles.
19. September 2020, 21:12
Ben M
This is pretty cool. Testing a Genie: Youtube Video

19. September 2020, 22:27
Daniel Mysak
You´re right Clifford, I should sand them down a bit more.
20. September 2020, 07:36
Daniel Mysak
@Ben, glad it was only tested and never need to be used.
20. September 2020, 07:37
Andy Ball
Great build Daniel!, never knew Canada was in the 'nuclear club'?
20. September 2020, 08:52
Daniel Mysak
I think the was in the role as part of NORAD.
20. September 2020, 09:01
Carl Wimmi
Hi Daniel: In previous life I was a Weapons Technician in the CAF. I was with 409 SQN in the 1980s.

I had hands experience with both the AIM-4D and the AIR-2A. I was "C" man which means I "drove" the AIR-2A on its trailer. Combined rocket and trailer weight was a 1,000 LBs. With the B man we loaded the AIM-4D by hand.

Note this kit has the AIM-4G missile. We used AIM-4Ds. Hannants has two nice after market two AIM-4D options.

Mike Belcher has a nice CF-101 decal sheet. Feel free to finish your kit as a 409 SQN aircraft. 🙂

Thanks for building a Canadian Voodoo.
20. September 2020, 10:23
Daniel Mysak
Hi Carl.
Nice to get input from the first hand. I will not pay any attention on the Falcon, I´ll only use the Genies and clue the movable parts from the weapon bay in place.
I allready have the sheet from Belcher Bits here, ordered directly from him, great service and very fast shipping to Austria.
Greetings to Canada, I hope you stay tuned.
20. September 2020, 11:20
Carl Wimmi
Hi Daniel:

Mike is awesome. I have lots of his sheets. I will be watching your build.

Here is a photo of an AIR-2A on the trailer. I'm not in the photo but some of armorers I worked with are.


20. September 2020, 13:35
Carl Wimmi
One other item detail. There are two wires which hold the fins in. The rocket will quickly burn through them and the fins extend.

This the best photo I can find showing the wires. Can be made from heated sprue.

20. September 2020, 15:56
Łukasz Gliński
Wow, what a solution 😄
20. September 2020, 16:08
Daniel Mysak
Thanks for the pics Carl, I think I will da these wires.👍
20. September 2020, 16:41
Maciej Bellos
Following with interest!
4. September, 22:00
Carl, in that photo the armourers are getting pretty close to the undercarraige door. "Dink!" Typical flippin' Plumbers, making more work for the Riggers! 🙂
4. September, 22:07
Looking good so far 👍
6. September, 17:38
Daniel Mysak
Thanks guys, nearly a year, I think I should keep on working on the Voodoo...
6. September, 18:01


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