The remote-weather interceptor in Figure 128 developed by former Soviet Tupolev Design Bureau is called "cellists" as nickname in NATO, and is currently the largest air combat fighter in the world.
The remote-weather interceptor in Figure 128 is only for a tactic. After finding B-52, four AA-4 missiles are fully emitted from 50 km away, and then immediately fled without bellicose posturing. Weapons are four R-4 (AA-5) air to air missiles under pylon, normally two R-4R radar-guided missiles and two R-4T infrared-guided missiles.
The remote-weather interceptor in Figure 128 is designed two vertical seats and swept-back wings. Main undercarriage is located within pod under main wing. Huge body can carry on enough fuel without magazine. Weapons are totally fixed on pylon under wing.
Item Type Plastic Model Aircraft Kit
Model Brief Length: 439mm Wingspan: 250mm
Total Parts 130+
Metal Parts n/a
Photo Etched Parts 1
Film Parts n/a
Resin Parts n/a
Total Sprues 11 sprues
Released Date 2019-03
The kit consists of over 130 parts , clear parts for canopy