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Unread August 29th, 2013, 09:23 PM
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Default AIM-132 ASRAAM's available soon!

Hey all, been busy in the shop getting this new set underway. This set came by way of a suggestion and reference photos from MikeG here at Zone 5. He'll be getting a free set! In case you missed it, check out the details on my blog here. Leave me a comment over on my website and tell me what you think!
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My box of goodies arrived today!

My first impression of the ASRAAMs: they look amazing! Looking forward to slapping these on an RAAF legacy hornet in the not too distant future.

I'm Hoping to do a review soon as well.

Highly recommended accessories for all you RAF/RAAF fans!
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ASsRAAM. Great name for a missile.
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It is indeed.

How could we make that work? Advanced special Short Range Air to Air Missile?

I find these intriguing due to how simple they are. No wings at the front, fairly simple fins and yet they're apparently outrageously manoeuvrable.
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It is indeed.
I find these intriguing due to how simple they are. No wings at the front, fairly simple fins and yet they're apparently outrageously manoeuvrable.
And a huge PITA to load!!
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