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LAU-10/A ZUNI (672211) 1:72 Eduard The Zuni 5-inch rocket as an unguided rocket used by the US Navy, US Air Force and US Marine Corps. It is usually carried in fours in the LAU-10 rocket pod. Designed by the Hunter-Douglas Division of the Bridgeport Brass Company, the Zuni is a modular system and was designed from the outset to deploy a number of different warheads, including a proximity fuse warhead. For this reason, the rocket was selected as the basis for the original AIM-9 Sidewinder. A laser guided version has been developed for deployment by the
this time with an early Harrier of the 8th Squadrille, Spanish Navy, or Armada Española, Octava Esquadrilla hard to come by Monogram kit, as Kinetic did not manage yet to release a very early Harrier single seater... fingers crossed they will soon! (GR.1, Gr.3 and AV-8A and AV-8S) Decals by Series Españolas, looking great, as usual! Quickboost Stencel seat here we go! ingredients and WIP and output: no long tim
LAU-10/A Zuni Launchers 1:32 Brassin Arriving in the clear bubble pack most used by Eduard in the Brassin range, this set consists of two complete launchers, four end plates, eight rocket heads. There is also a small etched sheet, containing the end plates of each rocket motor. A small decal sheet finishes the package off, contain stencils for the pod and yellow live weapon stripes for each rocket head. Construction is relatively simple, just cut the moulding blocks off the pods and pod end sections, for the which the modeller has the option of fitting one pair for armed pods or the other