D33286

EMHAR

YAK-3 YAKOVLEV WWII RUSSIAN FIGHTER EMHAR 1:72

YAK-3 YAKOVLEV WWII RUSSIAN FIGHTER EMHAR 1:72

Still no reviews here!

No attachments available!


Related products

EDUARD MIG-21MF FIGHTER BOMBER PROFIPACK EDITION – 70142 SCALE 1:72

EDUARD

EDUARD MIG-21MF FIGHTER BOMBER PROFIPACK EDITION – 70142 SCALE 1:72

The Mikojan-Guriewicz MIG-21 (NATO: Fishbed) is a Soviet light fighter with a duralumin half-shell structure, with a center wing design, with a delta blade with a slope of 57 degrees. The prototype flight took place on June 16, 1956. The prototype of the MIG 21 is considered to be the E-5 prototype powered by the RD-11 engine. After its flight, several more prototypes were created which, incidentally, were breaking various international airspeed records. The experience gained by them was used to improve the E-5 and, finally, the aircraft was sent to mass production as the MIG-21F-13 in 1959. There are over a dozen basic versions in production and , along with various subversions, the number of MIG 21 types can be estimated at several dozen! The most notable of these is the first mass-produced MIG-21F. It replaced the MIG-21PF version with the RP-21 radar and R-11F2 engine. The next development version is the MiG-21R, which is a reconnaissance aircraft. Several training versions were also created, the first of which is the MiG-21U-400. The MIG-21 proved to be a very successful design, with great performance, easy to fly and cheap to produce. The quality of construction is demonstrated by the fact that in the 1990s there were development versions of this aircraft, which were more than 30 years old. The machine was exported to all former Warsaw Pact countries and to the entire multitude of Arab and African countries. The MIG-21 took part in most of the armed conflicts of the 1960-1980 period, including the Vietnam War, the Six-Day War (1967), the Iran-Iraq War (1980-1988). Technical data: length: 13.46 m, wingspan: 7.15 m, height: 4.1 m, maximum speed: 2130 km/h, rate of climb: 120 m/s, maximum range: 1100 km, maximum ceiling 19000 m, armament: fixed - single 23 mm GSz- 23 cannon (M version), suspended - up to 2000 kg load.