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    RON01 Leander Class Frigate

    £3.50

    Type 12(Improved) Batch 1 or 3 Leander Class Frigate. <p>
     HM Ships, Aurora, Euryalus, Arethusa, Naiad,Minerva, Danae, Penelope, Juno, Cleopatra, Sirius, Phoebe, Argonaut, Achilles, Diomede, Apollo, Ariadne, Andromeda, Hermione, Jupiter, Scylla, Charybdis.<p>
     Armament <p>
    1 x twin 4.5″ turret.<p>
     2 x 20mm Oerlikon <p>
    1 x quad Seacat <p>
    1 x Limbo Mk10 <p>
    Sensors <p>
    Types 965, 975, 933 Radars<p>
    Sonar Type 184


  • RON02  Ikara Leander

    RON02 Ikara Leander

    £3.50

    Type 12(Improved) Batch 1 or 3 Leander Class Frigate. In the early 1970s, four of the class were concerted to carry the Australian Ikara ASW missile system. HM Ships, Aurora, Euryalus, Arethusa, Naiad Armament 1 x Ikara Launcher 2 x 40mm Bofors 2 x quad Seacat 1 x Limbo Mk10 Sensors Types 992, 975, 993 Sonar Type 184, 170, 199 VDS


  • RON03 Exocet Leander

    RON03 Exocet Leander

    £3.50

    Type 12(Improved) Batch 1 or 3 Leander Class Frigate. In the mid to late 1970s, four of the class were refitted to carry Exocet SSMs. At the same time, their air-defence capabilities were upgraded with the fitting of extra Seacat systems. These ships were:- HM Ships,Minerva, Danae, Penelope, Juno. Armament 4 x Exocet Single-Cell Launchers. 2 x 40mm Bofors 3 x quad Seacat 2 x Mk32 STWS Sensors Types 965, 975, 993 Sonar Type 184


  • RON04  Towed Array Leander

    RON04 Towed Array Leander

    £3.50

    Type 12(Improved) Batch 1 or 3 Leander Class Frigate HM Ships, Cleopatra, Sirius, Phoebe, Argonaut. Armament 4 x Exocet single-cell Launchers 2 x 20mm Oerlikon 2 x quad Seacat 2 x Mk32 STWS Sensors Types 975, 993 Sonar Type 184, 2031 T/A


  • RON05 Seawolf Leander

    RON05 Seawolf Leander

    £3.50

    Type 12(Improved) Batch 1 or 3 Leander Class Frigate Five ships of the class were selected to undergo a refit in the early 1980s, involving adding Exocet and the newly available Seawolf system. These ships were:- HM Ships, Andromeda, Hermione, Jupiter, Scylla, Charybdis. Armament 4 x Exocet Single-cell launchers 2 x 20mm Oerlikon 1 x 6 Seawulf 2 x Mk32 STWS Sensors Types 910, 967, 1006 Sonar Type 2016


  • RON06  County Class Destroyer

    RON06 County Class Destroyer

    £4.50

    The County Class were built as air-defence destroyers to carry the then new Sea Slug and Seacat SAM systems. This model depicts the class as-built.

    HM Ships, Fife, Glamorgan, Hampshire, Devonshire, Kent, London, Antrim, Norfolk.

    Armament,
    2 x twin 4.5″
    2 x quad Seacat
    3 x 20mm Oerlikon
    1 x twin Sea Slug Launcher.

    Sensors
    Radar
    Types 278, 965, 992R, 901

    Sonars
    Types 182, 184/p>


  • RON07 County Class Exocet Destroyer

    RON07 County Class Exocet Destroyer

    £4.50

    The County Class were built as air-defence destroyers to carry the then new Sea Slug and Seacat SAM systems. This model depicts the class as refitted in the early 1970s.

    HM Ships, Fife, Glamorgan, Hampshire, Devonshire, Kent, London, Antrim, Norfolk.

    Armament,
    1 x twin 4.5″
    4 x single cell Exocet Launchers
    2 x quad Seacat
    3 x 20mm Oerlikon
    1 x twin Sea Slug Launcher.

    Sensors
    Radar
    Types 278, 965, 992R, 901

    Sonars
    Types 182, 184


  • RON08  HMS Fearless LPD

    RON08 HMS Fearless LPD

    £5.50

    The County Class were built as amphibious warfare ships, but were also fitted for command, contol and communication, C3 vessels. The model comes with two seperate LCU.

    HM Ships, Fearless and Intrepid.

    Armament,
    4 x quad Seacat
    2 x 40mm Bofors

    Sensors
    Radar
    Types 979, 994

    Sonars
    Types 182


  • RON09 HMS Bristol

    RON09 HMS Bristol

    £4.50

    TYPE 82 DLG
    The Type 82s were built as air-defence destroyers to carry the then new Sea Dart SAM system. Only one of the class was completed – HMS Bristol. This model depicts the her after her refit in 1979.

    Armament,
    1 x 4.5″Mk 8
    1 x twin Sea Dart launcher
    2 x 20mm Oerlikon
    2 x 20mm GAM-B01.
    2 x 30mm GCM (twin)

    Sensors
    Radar
    Types 909 x2, 1022, 992Q, 1006

    Sonars
    Types 162, 182, 184, 185


  • RON10  Rothesay Class Frigate

    RON10 Rothesay Class Frigate

    £3.00

    The County Class were built as ASW Frigates and were modified in the mid 1960s to carry Sea Cat and, at the same time, one set of the Limbo ASW morters was removed.

    HM Ships, Rothesay, Plymouth, Yarmouth, Falmouth, Brighton, Rhyl, Londonderry, Lowestoft. p>

    Armament
    1 x 4.5″ twin Mk 6
    1 x quad Seacat
    2 x 20mm Oerlikon
    1 x Limbo Mk10.

    Sensors
    Radar
    Types 975, 994.

    Sonars
    Types 170, 177/p>


  • RON12  HMS Hermes

    RON12 HMS Hermes

    £8.00

    HMS Hermes was a modified Centaur Class Light Carrier, much modified under construction. This model is as she was in 1982.

    Armament
    2 x quad Seacat
    2 x 20mm Oerlikon

    Sensors
    Radar
    Types 965, 993, 978

    Sonars
    Types 184,

    The kit comprises:-

    Hull
    Island
    Radar masts
    2 strips of Mexefloat
    4 x Sea Harriers
    2 x Sea Kings


  • RON13  Type 42  Batch 1  Destroyer

    RON13 Type 42 Batch 1 Destroyer

    £4.50

    The Type 42s were built as air-defence destroyers and were the first to have gas turbine propulsion. This model depicts the class as-built.

    HM Ships, Birmingham, Sheffield, Coventry, Newcastle, Glasgow, Cardiff.

    Armament,
    1 x 114mm Mk 8
    2 x twin Sea Dart launcher
    2 x 20mm Oerlikon
    2 x Mk 32 STWS.

    Sensors
    Radar
    Types 965, 1006, 992Q

    Sonars
    Types 162M, 184

    The kit comprises:-

    Hull
    Superstructure
    Fore Mast
    Main mast
    Radar mast
    Gun turret
    Scott antennae


  • RON14  Type21 General purpose Frigate

    RON14 Type21 General purpose Frigate

    £4.00

    Type 21 Class General Purpose Frigate. <p>
    The first ship designed entirely by commercial designers to ever be built for the Royal Navy and also the first to be designed from the keel up as gas turbine powered.  The initial design was, however, criticised for lack of armament and, from 1976, Exocet systems were fitted to seven of the ships.  Ambuscade did not receive hers until 1983.
     HM Ships,  Amazon, Active, Ambuscade, Arrow, Alacrity, Avenger, Antelope, Ardent <p>
     Armament <p>
    1 x  4.5″  Mk8  turret.<p>
    4 x Exocet launchers
    4 x 20mm Oerlikon <p>
    1 x quad Seacat <p>
    2 x Mk32 STWS <p>
    Sensors <p>
    Types 1006, 992Q, 912 Radars<p>
    Sonar Type 184M, 162


  • RON15 Type42 Batch 2 DDG

    RON15 Type42 Batch 2 DDG

    £4.50

    The Type 42s were built as air-defence destroyers and were the first to have gas turbine propulsion. This model depicts the class as-built.
    HM Ships, Exeter. Southampton, Nottingham, Liverpool
    Armament,
    1 x 114mm Mk 8
    2 x twin Sea Dart launcher
    2 x 20mm Oerlikon
    1 x Phalanx
    2 x Mk 32 STWS.
    Sensors
    Radar
    Types 1022, 1006, 992Q
    Sonars
    Types 162M, 2016
    The kit comprises:-
    Hull
    Superstructure
    Fore Mast
    Main mast
    Radar mast
    Gun turret
    Scott antennae
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     


  • RON16 Type 42 Batch 3 DDG

    RON16 Type 42 Batch 3 DDG

    £4.50

    The Type 42s were built as air-defence destroyers and were the first to have gas turbine propulsion.  The Batch 3 ships capitalised on experience in the Falklands War and the design was stretched to improve sea-keeping and economy and the internal design was also changed.
    HM Ships, Manchester, Gloucester, Edinburgh, York.
    Armament,
    1 x 114mm Mk 8
    2 x twin Sea Dart launcher
    2 x CIWS
    2 x 20mm Oerlikon
    2 x Mk 32 STWS.
    Sensors
    Radar
    Types 996, 1022, 909
    Sonars
    Types 162M, 1022
    The kit comprises:-
    Hull
    Superstructure
    Fore Mast
    Main mast
    Radar mast
    Gun turret
    Scott antennae
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     


  • RON18 'Ton' Class MCMV

    RON18 ‘Ton’ Class MCMV

    £3.50

    The Ton Class MCMVs were built in the 1950s and were employed as both Minesweepers and specialised Minehunters.
    Two extra pieces are included in each pack of 3 vessels to convert the model to the Minehunter role.
    The class included HM Ships Bronington, Hubberston, Brereton, Bossington, Iveston, Brinton, Kedleston, Kellington, Nurton, Sheraton, Maxton, in the Minesweeper class.
    HM Ships Cuxton, Upton, Soberton, Crichton,Wotton, Glaserton, in the Minehunter role.
    More have been handed over to other navies including Argentina.


  • RON19  Farnella Class MCMV

    RON19 Farnella Class MCMV

    £3.50

    A part of the STUFT programme for the Falklands War in 1982, a number of trawlers were converted for the MCMV role.  Among these were the ‘Ella’ Class of trawlers, including Farnella and Junella.
    The models can, of coures, be used as ordinary trawlers – if there is such a thing!
    (two per pack)


  • RON22  Swiftsure Class SSN

    RON22 Swiftsure Class SSN

    £2.50

    These are designed as long-range strike vessels, which have both and anti-surface and anti-sub roles.
    The class includes HM Submarines, Swiftsure, Sovereign, Superb, Sceptre, Spartan, Splendid.
    Armament is 5 x 21″ torpedo tubes.
    Sensors:- Types 183, 2001, 2007 Sonars.  1006 Radar.
    There are two models per pack


  • RON23  Conqueror Class SSN

    RON23 Conqueror Class SSN

    £2.50

    More properly known as the Churchill or Valiant Class of submarine.  We have used the name ‘Conqueror’ Class as this boat was the one that successfully engaged and sank the ARA General Belgrano in 1982.  The class was the first all-British nuclear-powered submarines and were built between 1966-70.
    Valiant Class – HM Submarines Valiant, Warspite
    Churchill Class – Hm Submarines Churchill, Courageous, Conqueror.
    Armament:- 6 x 21″ Torpedo Tubes.
    Sensors:- Types 183, 2001 Sonars.  Type 1006 radar.
    The pack contains 2 models


  • RON25  Type 45 DDG (Daring Class)

    RON25 Type 45 DDG (Daring Class)

    £5.00

    The Royal Navys’ newest Destroyer type.  Should have been a class of 12 ships but, as usual, defence cuts have put paid to 6 of the class.  The design makes extensive use of stealth techniques to reduce radar signature.  They are designed with a 25 year service life, cuts and politicians permitting.
    HM Ships, Daring, Dauntless, Diamond, Dragon, Defender, Duncan
    Armament:- 
    1 x 114mm Mk8
    2 x 30mm
    2 x Phalanx (?)
    PAAMS (Astor 15 and Astor 30)


  • RON28  HMS Invincible

    RON28 HMS Invincible

    £8.00

    This is the Invincible in 1982, at the time of the Falklands War.  Built originally as an ASW vessel, carrying helicopters, she completed trials in 1979 and joined the Fleet in 1981.  The design proved itself in the Falklands War of 1982.
    Phalanx was fitted as standard to HMS Illustrious, who joined her sister in the South Atlantic in August 1982, after the defeat of the Argentine forces, but, that will be a different model!
    Armament:-
    1 x 2 Sea Dart Launcher
    2 x 20mm Oerlikon
    Sensors.
    Type 1006, 909, 992R, 1022 Radars
    Type 2016 Sonar.
    The kit comes with 3 x Sea Harrier and 4 x Sea King


  • RON30 Type 23 Frigate

    £5.00

    This is a 6 piece, white metal kit.


  • RON31 Astute Class SSN

    £2.50

    Replacements for the Swiftsure and Trafalgar Class SSN.  The pack contains two submarines.