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Old 05-19-2009, 12:42 PM
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Modern noob looking for AF-pipe for Bradley.

Can any of the Armorteers help?

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Old 05-19-2009, 07:47 PM
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AF-pipe? I have all the manuals for every version and don't recall seeing an item referred to as an AF pipe.

Can you post a photo of what you are looking for?

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Old 05-19-2009, 08:35 PM
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Sorry, AF in this case refers to After-Market. Im looking for a turned barrel.

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I'm pretty sure that Model Point and Armorscale both do barrels for the main gun, there are probably others too. I don't think I've ever seen barrels for the co-ax 7.62 though.

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Thanks, Ive been through them but I am uncertain of which one to chose as they are more labelled as calibre rather than which vehicle they are intended for and post-1946, I have no idea.

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* ModelPoint: M2A2/M3 Bradley 25mm gun barrel (3526)
* Barrel Depot: M242 25mm Bushmaster chain gun M2/M3 bradley/LAV-25 (BD35022)
* Modelkasten Bradley/LVTP-7 tracks (K21)
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* Blast: M2/M3 A2 Bradley running gear (BL35023K) (new tracks + wheels/suspension for Balkans-OIF timeframe)
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The first 3 sets together with a set of wheel masks are available as a "Big ED"-set (BIG3509)

also
http://www.perthmilitarymodelling.co...ale/b35020.htm
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WOW!

Thank you very much, James!

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A friend of mine is working on an Academy Bradley with the Legends M2A3/reactive armor conversion and the Blast running gear. The Blast running gear is nice, it has the wheels dished out along the outer edge and (surprisingly to me) adds a lot to the look of the model vs the kit wheels. The Legend set is nice too, but he said it looks like it's more intended to fit the Tamiya kit, which he said is ever so slightly different.
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