C-130J Hercules (Photographic reference manual) by Italeri team

By Italeri team

;C-130J Hercules (Photographic reference guide) ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ,ТЕХНИКА Название: C-130J Hercules (Photographic reference manual)Автор: Italeri teamИздательство: ItaleriГод: 2006Страниц: 48Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 3.73МБЯзык: английскийWhile it keeps the general traces of the Hercules, a typical sight within the world’s skies for many years now, the C-130J has been largely re-designed. the main noticeable switch lies within the use of 2 4700 HP Rolls-Royce (Allison) AE2100D3 engines, with six-blade composite-material propellers that ascertain silent working and coffee gas intake. excessive functionality gains contain a very good fee of climb and a longer diversity of motion due to the hot engines. An both vital improvement is the avionics: the cockpit, actually, is supplied with new electronic tools and a Head-Up reveal that gives the pilot with a continuing circulate of information with out him having to seem clear of the cockpit window. The C-130J is progressively changing into the normal shipping plane in lots of NATO nations. This complete colour, photographic reference handbook with heritage, technical information and colour profiles is part of Italeri package 1255.Скачать: DepositfilesUploading zero

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The task in fly fishing is to drop the lure into the desired spot in such a way as to make the fish think it is natural food and unconnected with a line. For dry-fly fishing, always cast upstream so that the fly can float downstream in a natural manner. Try to drop the fly on the water so that it will fall lightly. The art of fly casting is not as complicated as it seems but depends largely on practice. Holding the rod in front of you, strip off ten or twelve feet of line with your left hand, and then, quickly raising the rod, cast the line behind you.

The new dry-fly lines have a hollow core to make them buoyant; they are either single or double tapered. In wet-fly, nymph, or streamer fishing, sinking lines are used; these lines have thin soft-lead cores to increase their density and to assure that they sink. The line is fastened to the lure by means of a nylon leader. The leader may be of uniform thickness or tapered, and its length may vary from three to twelve feet. The leader gives a semitransparent connection (invisible to the fish) between the lure and the line.

They may or may not have an automatic action for reeling in excess line. Most fly fishermen believe that a reel should balance the weight of the rod. Fly reels serve mostly as a storage place for the line, which is stripped off the reel by hand as it is cast out. Some anglers use the reel to pull in the fish when it is caught while others merely strip the line in. In the past fly lines were usually made of silk or linen and had to be treated with oil or dressing material to make them float. After each fishing trip the line had to be carefully dried to protect it from rot.

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