[WWI] Camel pilot seat belt

Shane Weier bristolf2b at hotmail.com
Mon Jul 18 04:33:02 EDT 2005

Paul T says

>Well, that would make RAF Hendon wrong too, since the wide lap-belt is 
>what's in their half-covered Bristol fighter. Maybe the PE people get 
>misled by retro-fitting of those types that saw post-war service?

I'm inclined to agree with this - plus add that the wide type looks wrong to 
modern eyes, so modern etched detail makers are less likely to make them 
that way.

That said, I suspect I have etched wide lap belts in stock from somewhere, 
despite usually making my own from lead foil.


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