The MiG-29 is a twin-engine supersonic fourth generation air superiority jet fighter developed in
the Soviet Union in the 1970’s. The aircraft entered service with the Soviet Air Force in 1983 and
still is in use with them  as well as equipping over twenty four other countries over the years. The
NATO designation for the MiG-29 is Fulcrum and it was designed to counter the American F-16
and F-18. The MiG-29 was first seen in the West in 1986. The MiG-29 (9-13) is designated the
Fulcrum C.


With the imminent arrival of the Eurofighter the German Air Force sold 22 of their 23 MiG-29s to
Poland for a symbolic price of €1 per item. The 23rd MiG-29 29+03 (cn 2960525110/3414) that
was originally delivered to the East German Air Force JG 3 as # 615 located at Preschen on
February 29, 1988 was withdrawn from service in July 2002 and sent to the Luftwaffenmuseum
located at the Berlin-Gatow Airfield. The aircraft wears the paint scheme from 2002 and has the
JG 73 emblem on the tail.

General Specifications Mig-29

Manufacturer – Mikoyan Gurevich

Role – Supersonic Multi-Role Jet Fighter

Entered Service – 1983

Production All Variants – 1,600 +

Crew – 1


Dimensions
Length – 17.32 m   (56 ft 10 in)
Wingspan – 11.36 m   (37 ft 3 in0
Height – 4.73 m   (15 ft 6 in)

Weight
Empty – 11,000 kg   (24,250 lb)
Loaded – 14,900 kg   (33,730 lb)
Maximum Takeoff – 18,000 kg   (44,100 lb)

Performance
Powerplants – 2 X Klimov RD-33 Afterburning Turbofans Each Producing 81.59 kN   (18,342 lbf)
Maximum Speed
@ Altitude – Mach 2.25   (2,400 km/h)   (1,490 mph)
Range – 1,430 km   (888 mi)   (772 nmi)  With Maximum Internal Fuel
Service Ceiling – 18,000 m   (59,100 ft)
Rate-Of Climb – 330 m/s   (65,000 ft/min)
Ferry Range – 2,100 km   ((1,300 mi)   (1,130 nmi ) With 1 Drop Tank

Armament
Gun – 1 X 30 mm Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-30-1 Auto-Cannon W/150 Rounds
Hardpoints – 7 X (6 Under-Wing, 1 Fuselage Capable Of Carrying Up To 4,000 kg   (8,800 lb) Of
Various Weapons
Rockets
S-5
S-8
S-24
Missiles
2 X R-27R/ER/T/ET/P Air-To-Air
4 X R-60 AAMs
4 X R-73 AAMs
Bombs
6 X 665 kg   (1,466 lb) Bombs
Hobby Master 1/72 Air Power Series
HA6503B
MIG-29A Fulcrum
29+03, German Air Force, 2000s
(preserved Luftwaffenmuseum Berlin-Gatow)
True 1/72 scale.

Professionally painted.

Great attention to detail.

All markings are Tampoed (pad applied).

Option to display the model on a stand that is provided.

Model can be shown with the landing gear in the down or up positions.

Optional armament provided, ECM pods.

Canopy can be displayed open or closed.

Pilot figure included.

Extremely heavy metal with a minimum of plastic.

Highly collectable.
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