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I first did one of these with the old Dragon kit back in the nineties - back then you couldn’t get anything at all about the Scud as they were still on the old soviet secret list. However 25 years later and things have changed, I’ve had a hankering to return back to this subject and about a month ago I saw the far superior Trumpeter version on eBay for £66.00 inclusive of postage from a Chinese eBayer and a month later it was duly delivered. The box itself is fairly large and weighs quite a bit and is packed with plastic - the legend on the box says that it contains in excess of 1,330 parts and is 38.4 cm long and just over 9 cm wide - this is going to be a complex build project out-of- the-box but I’m also going to add the Voyager Models internal and external multimedia detail sets (35738 and 35737 respectively) as well as the Voyager Model Line Pipe set (PEA 356) and the DEF Model MAZ-543 sagged wheel set. Paints will be primarily Ammo-MIG acrylics with the AK 4BO Russian green modulation set (AK 553) and the tyres will be weathered with the MIG Tyres and Tracks Weathering Set (A.MIG 7105) Now then, on with the build.
I have just received some resin sets of modern Russian weapons sets. These are in both 1/72 and 1/48 scale, superbly cast in flawless resin - with clear parts, etched brass and decals where appropriate.... 1/48 scale KAB-500Kr 'Corrected Air Bomb'.... KAB-500L ..... R-60 Short-range missile and launch rail........ Aerial Bomb Cart... Aerial Test Equipment Cart.... The KAB-500 weapons are also available in 1/72 scale..... Also in 1/72 scale is a Kh-25ML 'Short Range Modular Misile' Photos of all the sets I have been sent are on my website here - along with some stunning images of the real thing for reference..... There is also a list of distributors where you can obtain these sets. I must stress that I have no commercial connection to Advanced Modelling - I'm just trying to spread the word.... Ken