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Boulton & Paul Bugle

National origin: UK
Manufacturer: Boulton & Paul, Norwich
First flight: 30 June 1923
Number built: 7

The Boulton & Paul Bugle was a British medium bomber design built to meet Air Ministry Specification 30/22.

It drew on the company's experience with the Boulton Paul Bolton and Boulton & Paul Bourges.

There were two variants; the Bugle I with 400 hp (298 kW) Bristol Jupiter II radial engines (5 built) and the Napier Lion W-block Bugle II (2 built)

Specifications (Bugle II)

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General characteristics

Crew: 3; Pilot, nose gunner and dorsal gunner
Length: 39 ft 9 in ()
Wingspan: 62 ft 6 in ()
Height: 15 ft 8 in ()
Wing area: 924 ft (86 m)
Empty weight: 5,084 lb (2,306 kg)
Loaded weight: 8,914 lb (4,043 kg)
Powerplant: 2 x Napier Lion inline W-block, 450 hp (336 kW) each
Propellers: two bladed wooden propeller, 1 per engine

Performance

Maximum speed: 112 mph (97 kn, 180 km/h) at sea level

Armament

Guns: 0.303 in (7.7 mm) Lewis guns at nose and dorsal positions
Bombs: 661 lb (300 kg) of external bombs

"The Boulton and Paul Bugle". Flight. 23 April 1925. pp.235-238.
Mason, Francis K. The British Bomber since 1912. London:Putnam, 1994. ISBN 0-85177-861-5.

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