BRISTOL 156 BEAUFIGHTER

$9.95

Titles: Bristol Beaufighter No’s 1 to 4

The Bristol Beaufighter was a twin engined multi-role WW2 military aircraft developed from the Bristol Beaufort. It was initially used in the night fighter role where its large size allowed it to carry the heavy radar equipment of the day as well as armament without any performance decrease.

Over 5,900 were built including a variant manufactured in Australia. Its later roles included ground attack and torpedo bomber where ironically it replaced the Beaufort. The Beaufighter was one of the few WW2 types which remained in service after WW2 ended, being finally retired in 1960.

We offer four titles containing flight and maintenance manuals covering most variants of the Beaufighter aircraft including those manufactured in Australia. Each title is US$9.95.  The files have been scanned from the original manuals and retain any colour pages.

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Description

Title 1 contains:

  • RAF Pilot’s Notes for the Beaufighter I, AP 1721A-PN, at AL26 dated January 1943 with approx. 60 pages.
  • RAF Pilot’s Notes for the Beaufighter II, AP 1721B-PN dated June 1941 with approx. 26 pages.
  • Bristol manufacturer produced Beaufighter I and VI Engine Running Notes, Issue 1 dated 1941 with approx. 18 pages.

Title 2 contains:

  • RAF Pilot’s Notes for the Beaufighter IC and IF, AP 1721A-PN 2nd Edition dated December 1943 with approx. 43 pages.
  • RAF Pilot’s Notes for the Beaufighter VI, TF.X and TF.XI, AP 1721F,H,J-PN 2nd Edition dated January 1944 with approx. 28 pages.
  • RAF Volume One (Servicing & Descriptive Handbook) for the Beaufighter IC and IF, VIF, XIC, AP 1721A,C,F-Vol 1 at AL43 dated October 1944 with approx. 448 pages.

Title 3 contains:

  • RAF Pilot’s Notes for the Beaufighter TF.X, AP 1721H-PN 3rd Edition dated March 1946 with approx. 46 pages.
  • RAF Volume One (Servicing & Descriptive Handbook) for the Beaufighter TF.X, AP 1721H-Vol 1 dated January 1944 with approx. 184 pages.
  • RAF Pilot’s Notes for the Beaufighter TT.10, AP 1721L-PN dated August 1949 with approx. 32 pages.

Title 4 contains:

  • RAAF Pilot’s Notes for the Beaufighter 21, RAAF Publication No 693 dated January 1946 with approx 44 pages.
  • RAAF Descriptive Manual for the Beaufighter 21, RAAF Publication No 615 dated January 1945 with approx 284 pages