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The Yakovlev Yak-28 (Яковлев Як-28) was produced initially as a tactical bomber, it was also manufactured in reconnaissance, electronic warfare, interceptor and trainer versions, known by the NATO reporting names Brewer, Firebar, and Maestro respectively. Based on the Yak-129 prototype first flown on 5 March 1958, it began to enter service in 1960. Yak-28L (Izdeliye 28L; NATO reporting name: "Brewer-B") was a tactical bomber with ground-controlled targeting system using triangulation from ground-based transmitter sites. A total of 111 were built.

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The build was a trial all the way. By comparison, Airfix kits are shake'n'bake. A six-footer at best.

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Well done with persevering with the AModel Brewer - well done!  I've never quite summoned up the courage to break mine out of the stash

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Cheers, I don't think I'll be buying another Amodel kit soon :fraidnot:

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I currently have 7 Amodel kits in the stash and they scare the living hell out of me! Well done on getting a result from such a feared manufacturer.

Great stuff.

 

Marc

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Thanks very much guys, your feedback is appreciated :thumbsup:

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I've built an AModel Yak-28P, and it's no picnic. Well done for persevering. 

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I almost wished for a build thread on this, but I realize that might be akin to slowing down and gawking at the scene of a horrible traffic accident.  Glad to see the end result is something you can be proud of!

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Thanks, if you're a sucker for punishment, the build thread is here:

https://uamf.org.uk/viewtopic.php?f=405&t=18750

 

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Great work there, Mate!

I am presently building Amodel's Beechcraft 1900C, so I know how their kits are a real test of skill and perseverance.

You've done a mighty job and the metal finish looks very realistic.

Well done!

:clap:

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