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Hobby Master 1/72 Air Power Series
Bf-110G-4, G9+WD, Oberleutnant Martin Drewes
Gruppenkommandeur III/NJG 1
Laon-Athies, March 1944
German Ace Martin Drewes started out with Panzer Regiment 6. He transferred to the
Luftwaffe and quickly rising to Major. He eventually commanded III/NJG 1. Flying his Bf-
110G-4 he would maneuver below the unprotected Allied bombers and fire up into them.
Once he shot a fully loaded bomber that exploded destroying his own plane. He flew 235
missions with 52 victories, 43 were at night and 50 were 4 engine planes. Awards, the
German Cross in Gold; Luftwaffe Honor Goblet; Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross;
Oakleaves for the Iron Cross.

The Bf-110G-4 was a dedicated night fighter entering service in late 1942. It received a
larger engine and the plane was strengthened to accommodate this. This strengthening
allowed the plane to carry heavier payloads resulting in an extended service life. It also
had extra protection and carried factory installed airborne interception radar. There were
field kits available so each pilot could personalize his aircraft with various armaments to
help him achieve a higher rate of success. By mid 1944 the Me-410 was replacing the Bf-
110G and in February 1945 production ended.
Bf-110G-4 specifications

2 X Daimler Benz DB 605B 12 cylinder inverted-vee liquid-cooled engines
rated @ 1,475 hp (1,099 kw) @ 2,800 rpm for take-off and,
1,355 hp (1,010 kw) @ 2,800 rpm @ 18,700 ft. (5,699 m).

Wing Span - 53 ft. 4 7/8 in. (16.27 m)
Length - 41 ft. 6 3/4 in. (12.67 m)
Height - 13 ft. 1 1/4 in. (4.0 m)
Weight Empty - 10,970 lb (4,975 kg)
Maximum Loaded - 21,800 lb. (9,888 kg)

Maximum Speed - 349 mph (562 kph) at 22,965 ft (7,000m)
Range - 528 miles (850 km) at 304 mph (490kph) at 16,400 ft. (5,000m)
Initial climb - to 5,500m (18,045 ft.) in 8 minutes
Service Ceiling - 32,800 ft. (10,000m)

Nose - Fixed firing forward – 2 X 30mm Mk 108 Cannon with 135 rounds per gun,
2 X 20mm MG 151 Cannon with 300 rounds (port) and 350 rounds (starboard)
plus – 2 X 20mm MG 151 Cannon in Schrage Musik installation (Firing Obliquely forward)
2 X 7.92mm MG 81 in rear cockpit
Optional U1 modification - Waffenwanne 151Z ventral tray
housing two forward firing 20mm MG151 cannon

FuG 10P R/T Set
FuB1 2F Airfield blind approach receiver
FuG 227/1 Flensburg Homing System
Used to home in on British Monica tail warning
radar emissions.(Only fitted to some aircraft)
FuG 212 Lichtenstein C-1 Radar
FuG 220b Lichtenstein SN-2 Radar

Die-cast metal.
Superb detailing in 1/72 scale.
Pre-painted with pad applied markings.
Fully assembled.
Supplied weapons are not permanently attached.
Display stand included.
Option to display model with wheels up or down.
Minimum use of plastic.
Very collectable.

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