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Steve Bage MiG-21

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9.6" (244mm)

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The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 "Fishbed" entered service in the USSR in 1956 and is still on active duty with airforces in several countries.

Cheap to build and buy, this supersonic fighter interceptor became the most produced supersonic jet fighter in the world.

This kit was designed by model jet enthusiast Steve Bage for Rapier L2 power (Rapier motors are still available from some sources) but could perhaps be converted to EDF.

The plotted plans are annotated but this is not an "easy" kit to build.

Suitable for experienced and expert modellers only!


Plotted plan
3 sheets of laser cut balsa wood parts
Balsa strip wood, sheet and block
Vacuum-formed canopy
Tissue covering

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