Bristol Bullet
1920
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Specification 
 MODELBristol Bullet (early)
 CREW1
 ENGINE1 x 450hp Bristol Jupiter II
 WEIGHTS
    Take-off weight1044 kg2302 lb
    Empty weight817 kg1801 lb
 DIMENSIONS
    Wingspan9.50 m31 ft 2 in
    Length7.34 m24 ft 1 in
    Height2.95 m10 ft 8 in
    Wing area27.41 m2295.04 sq ft
 PERFORMANCE
    Max. speed250 km/h155 mph

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maxwell lugard, 24.07.2016

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maxwell lugard, 24.07.2016

Быстрый и легкий бизнес-кредит

  Мы предлагаем частные, коммерческие и личные и деловые кредиты с очень минимальной годовой процентной ставки столь же низко как 3%, от 1 года до 30 лет, срок погашения длительности всех частей мира. Выдаем кредиты от $ 5,000.00 до $ 500 млн долларах США. Мы также даем бизнес-кредитов для частных лиц и компаний, мы даем им кредиты, чтобы начать свой бизнес или улучшить свой бизнес в размере 3%. Мы можем оказать вам до $ 500 млн. Для получения более подробной информации, электронная почта: zionfirmworldwide@gmail.com

Barry, 04.04.2016

Designed by Frank Barnwell the Bullet was a racing plane used to promote the Cosmos (later Bristol) Jupiter engine. It's initial performance was somewhat lacking and after redesign of the cowl, spinner and a reduction in the span and gap of the wings the performance improved but by this time Cosmos had entered receivership. Bristol bought out what was left and under the direction and initiative of the great Roy Fedden became one of the great engine manufacturers.
The Bullet came fourth in the 1921 Aerial Derby, but after improvements noted above it came second in the 1922 derby. It was entered into the 1923 derby, but was withdrawn following the death of the intended pilot Leslie Foot in a Bristol M1D. Bristol withdrew from all air racing and the Bullet was scrapped in 1924.

Barry, 04.04.2016

Designed by Frank Barnwell the Bullet was a racing plane used to promote the Cosmos (later Bristol) Jupiter engine. It's initial performance was somewhat lacking and after redesign of the cowl, spinner and a reduction in the span and gap of the wings the performance improved but by this time Cosmos had entered receivership. Bristol bought out what was left and under the direction and initiative of the great Roy Fedden became one of the great engine manufacturers.
The Bullet came fourth in the 1921 Aerial Derby, but after improvements noted above it came second in the 1922 derby. It was entered into the 1923 derby, but was withdrawn following the death of the intended pilot Leslie Foot in a Bristol M1D. Bristol withdrew from all air racing and the Bullet was scrapped in 1924.

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