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
Loads of optional armament has been provided
Canopy can be displayed open or closed
Extremely heavy metal with a minimum of plastic
Highly collectable
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
Bombs
PFM meaning
P – Perekhvatchik (Interceptor)
F – Forsirovannyy (Uprated)
M – Modernizirovanyy (Modernised)


Mig-21MF Specs:

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

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

Performance
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

Armament
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.
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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.


MiG-21PFM No. 7207 c/n 94A7207 was completed in July 1968 and delivered to the
Czechoslovak Air Force on May, 1968. From 1987 – 1991 the aircraft was Bort 7207
with the 11 SLP (11. stihaci letecky pluk – 11th Fighter Air Regiment) 3.letka (3rd
Squadron) stationed at Zatec AFB, Czechoslovakia. In 1993 former Czechoslovakia was
divided into two separate countries, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. That same year
7207 was transferred to the Slovak AF and in 1994 put into storage at Sliac, AB and
was later scrapped.
Hobby Master 1/72 Air Power Series
HA0186
MIG-21PFM
No.7207, 11th Fighter Regiment,
Zatec AB, Czechoslovak AF
HOBBY MASTER COLLECTOR