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Bristol-122 GP torpedo biplane

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Hi,

here is the Bristol-122 general purpose torpedo bombr biplane
project,and pilot was ahead of wings,powered by one Pegasus
engine,it was intended to G.4/31 Spec.
 

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Maveric said:
Spec. G.4/31, so I believe 1931/32...

This Bristol 122 design was submitted to Specification G.4/31E (Operational Requirement OR.2), asking for a "General Purpose, Bombing and Torpedo-Carrying Aircraft" along with these:

  • Armstrong-Whitworth A.W.19
  • Blackburn B-7
  • Boulton-Paul P.66 (not built)
  • Bristol 120
  • Bristol 121,122,125,126 (not built)
  • Fairey G.4/31
  • Handley-Page H.P.47
  • Hawker PV-4
  • Parnall G.4/31
  • Vickers 246 Wellesley
  • Vickers 253
  • Westland PV.7
 

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A slightly better scan of the Bristol Type 122 three-view arrangement from Aeroplane Monthly, January 1998:
 

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