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MASTER
Pitot Probes and Guns for Mig 25’s, Mig 31, AH-64

Pitot Probes and Guns for Mig 25’s, Mig 31 and AH-64

1:48 Master Models

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The latest releases from Master Models in their series of replacement pitot probes have recently arrived at BMs London offices.  They are well up to their usual standard and very sharp, so care should be taken once fitted. They are so much better than the styrene ones found in the kits.

 

[AM-48-125] – Has been designed for all kits of the AH-64A Apache and contains the M230 Chain gun barrels pitot probes and tail antenna.

 

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[AM-48-129] – This pack includes turned brass pitot tube and resin element for the ICM Mig 25 Foxbat kit.

 

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[AM-48-130] – This pack includes turned brass pitot tube for the Kitty Hawk Mig-25PD/PDS(Foxbat E)

 

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[AM-48-131] – This pack includes turned brass pitot tube and resin element for the AMK Mig-31 Foxhound

 

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Conclusion

Master Models must have a tremendous machining set up to be able to produce so many different pitot probes and to produce them with such finesse.  The always look great on the finished model.

 

Review sample courtesy of Piotr at logo.gif

 

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