I was reading some reviews on some of the different corsair kits and some guy was saying the kits were inaccurate as the corsair had clipped wings I was like strange I've only seen the rounded wings so I looked it up and the Brits operated a clipped wing corsair. Now was that a special contract order or did the British make that modification themselves and why. I know they clipped the wings on a number of planes saying it improved the roll rate. Was that the reason they felt it would help improve the maneuvering ability. Also were Brits the only ones to operate the clipped model? Anyway the reviewer was wrong about the wings but the clip wing did exist but not as extensively as he was trying to say most corsairs had the full rounded wing and not the clip wing as he was trying to say was the common type. Kinda like those guys calling the Isu 152 the SU 152 they are close but not the same KV hull vs ISU hull. The multitude of Soviet prototypes built on the KV chassis.