Hobby Master HA0152 | MIG-21 PFM Red 50, Soviet Air Force

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MIG-21 PFM Red 50, Soviet Air Force

Scale 1:72 / Diecast model 

The Mig-21 was originally built by the Mikoyan and Gurevich Design Bureau in the Soviet Union with a NATO nickname Fishbed. No other jet has had as many planes produced as the Mig-21. Depending on the reference source 8,000 - 13,000 planes of all versions were made in the Soviet Union, under license to allied countries and China without license. A small, fast, agile, dependable and most importantly simple making it easy to turn out great numbers of the plane.The MiG-21PFM was one variant of the popular MiG-21 with 944 MiG-21PFS/PFM variants being produced. The MiG-21PFM (NATO FISHBED-F) entered service in 1966 as a modified variant of the MiG-21PF. Among the upgrades were new radars, IFF transponder, better avionics and a 23mm cannon that was added due to experience with earlier variants in Vietnam.MiG-21PFM aircraft manufactured after 1968 were capable of carrying Kh-66 beam-ridingair-to-surface missiles. One variant or another of the MiG-21 served with about 37 countries.
MiG-21PFM was part of the Soviet Second Generation of Interceptors 1961 - 1966 MiG-21PFM (1964; Izdeliye 94; NATO – Fishbed F 

Export version with a different IFF system, not capable of carrying S-24 rockets or ZB-62     Napalm
PFM meaning
P – Perekhvatchik (Interceptor)
F – Forsirovannyy (Uprated)
M – Modernizirovanyy (Modernized)

Mig-21MF Specs:

Power Plant:
   One 41.55kN (9,340lb st) or 64.73kN (14,550lb st) with afterburner Tumansky R-13-300

                                                       Wingspan: 7.15m (23ft 5½in)
                                    Length: 15.76m (51ft 8½in) - including Pitot boom
                                              Max T-O weight: 9,400kg (20,725lb)

      Max speed: Mach 2.1 (2,230km/h - 1,385mph) above 11,000m (36,000ft) Mach 1.06
                                                (1,300km/h - 807mph) at low level
          Range: 1,100km (683 miles) - internal fuel only 1,800km (1,118 miles) - with three
                        external drop tanks, one under fuselage, one under each wing

                   One 23mm twin-barrel GSh-23 cannon with 200 rounds in belly pack
    Various air-to-air and air-to-ground stores carried on four under wing pylons including:
                                       K-13A "Atoll" or "Advanced Atoll" a-a missiles,
                                                          UV-16-57 rocket packs,
                                                               S-24 a-s rockets,
                                                         250kg and 500kg bombs
                                                         1 X centre line drop tank.