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Our Definition of Large Scale Plane

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The question of what, exactly, constitutes a large scale plane for the purposes of our website and forums comes up quite regularly, so let's spell it out here so that it's clear and unambiguous for all our members and guests.

 

First, the conceptual bit: for the purposes of the LSP website and forums, a large scale plane is defined by its adherence to one of a set of modelling scales, and not by its physical size or dimensions. These latter considerations are in fact completely irrelevant.

 

Now, the actually definition: for the purposes of the LSP website and forums, a large scale plane is defined as an aircraft or helicopter kit, 1/35 scale or larger.

 

There are of course grey areas (Monogram's 1/40 Skyraider kit for one example, or missile and spacecraft kits for another), and we generally tackle those on a case-by-case basis, depending on the nature of the question at hand.

 

I hope this helps clarify the issue for those of you who might have been wondering!

 

Kev

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