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MK.IIa - 'P7350'

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Specification - Spitfire P7350
Engine : Rolls Royce Merlin
Power : hp
Max. Speed : mph
Length : ft in.
Wing Span : ft in.
Height : ft in.
Armament : x 0 Machine guns
Max. Weight : lb
Range : miles
Number Built :
Entered Service : .

MK.IIa - 'P7350'
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Spitfire Mk IIa P7350 (Duxford 2010)
©Nigel Key Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IIa (Duxford 2010)

Photographs © Nigel Key, Click thumbnail to enlarge.
Spitfire Mk IIa P7350 (R.I.A.T. 2011) Spitfire Mk IIa P7350 (Duxford 2010) Spitfire Mk IIa P7350 (Duxford 2010)
R.I.A.T. 2011
Duxford 2010
Duxford 2010
Spitfire Mk IIa P7350 (Duxford 2010) Spitfire Mk IIa P7350 (Duxford 2010) Spitfire Mk IIa P7350 (Duxford 2010)
Duxford 2010
Duxford 2010
Duxford 2010

Spitfire Wings and Armament
The Spitfire had a series of modified wings which were able to house various combinations of armament Each wing variation was given a designation of either 'a' wing, 'b' wing, 'c' wing, 'd' wing, or 'e' wing.

The wing designation was combined with the mark number of the Spitfire, therefore 'P7350' Spitfire Mk.IIa, is an 'a' wing as specified below: -.

'a' wing
The original design of the spitfire wing housed eight 0.303" Browning Machine Guns as the firepower was adequate for the light aircraft structures encountered early in the second World War, with most of the Spitfires in the Battle of Britain being 'a' wing aircraft. Each machine gun had 300 rounds.

Reference Photographs

Side Marking - P7350 (Duxford 2010) Tail - P7350 (Duxford 2010) Tail Wheel - P7350 (Duxford 2010) Canopy - P7350 (Duxford 2010)
Side Marking
Tail Wheel

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