Russian TU95MS Bear H Bomber

This is a 1/144 scale Russian TU95MS Bear H Bomber plastic model airplane.

Trumpeter Russian TU95MS Bear H Bomber Plastic Model Airplane Kit 1/144 Scale #03904
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 Trumpeter # tsm03904
$52.09
 
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Trumpeter Item # tsm03904
Features :
  • Optional position flaps
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"wdhinds1968"
wdhinds1968 (Oliver Springs Tn)
Good kit lots of options parts fit well based my kit on Bear bomber that I have photos of being escorted away from USS Nimitz during the 1980s.

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Features

  • Optional position flaps

Specs

  • Trumpeter Product Number: 03904
  • Length: 340.3 mm Wingspan: 347.6 mm

Includes

  • 122 pcs
  • 6 sprues

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Reviews

  
 
"Tu-95ms"
semalevik (Russia)
Pretty good set.Of course you could work on some things better, but for the scale 1/144 will come down. Good, internal paneling.Good workability of parts, Good working out of some elements.The cockpit glass of the pilot is slightly smaller than the niche.Collect this model better with the open chassis, first because they are well executed, and secondly because the kit does not provide for the assembly of the model with closed chassis.If you have properly sharpened hands, then from the set you can assemble a good model.What happened to me from this set can be seen in my photos

Information

After carrying out successful tests, the first of which was launched in September 1979 after which series production started in 1981.With the reopening of the BEAR production line,the Soviets began producing a new, upgraded variant of the BEAR turboprop bomber, thereby increasing their long-range bomber force. This entirely new variant of the BEAR bomber-the BEAR H-became the launch platform for the long-range Kn-55[AS-15]air-launched missile. The initial version carried kh-55 air-to-surface missiles located on a catapultin in the bomb bay. This was the first new production of a strike version of the BEAR airframe since the 1960s, thereby reversing a decline in use of Bear aircraft through the 1970s. By 1988 BEAR H bombers were regularly seen training in simulating attacks against North America. Length: 162 ft 5 in; Wingspan: 167 ft 8 in; Height: 39 ft 9 in; Speed: 575 mph; Ceiling: 39,370 ft; Range: 7,800 miles


Markings

USSR AIRFORCE