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1/72 U-Boat Type XXVIIB Seehund German Midget Submarine

The Seehund German seal, also known as Type XXVII, was a successful series of German midget submarines created during World War II. Designed in 1944, and operated by two man crews, the submarines were used by the Kriegsmarine during the closing months of the war, sinking 9 merchant vessels and damaging an additional 3, with 35 losses mostly attributed to bad weather. Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in gray. Hull in two halves showing welded seams. Detailed propeller

Brengun 1/144 Midget Sub X Craft

The X class was a World War II midget submarine class built for the Royal Navy during 1943–44. Known individually as X-Craft, the vessels were designed to be towed to their intended area of operations by a full-size 'mother' submarine - (usually one of the T class or S class) - with a passage crew on board, the operational crew being transferred from the towing submarine to the X-Craft by dinghy when the operational area was

1/72 Moebius USS Skipjack

The Skipjack class was a class of United States Navy nuclear submarines. This class was named after its lead ship, the USS Skipjack. This new class introduced the teardrop hull and the S5W reactor to U.S. nuclear submarines. The Skipjacks were the fastest U.S. nuclear submarines until the Los Angeles-class submarines. The Skipjack's design was based on the successful Barbel-class submarines that were based on the USS Albacore design. The design of the Skipjacks was very different from

Airfix 1/350 Trafalgar Class Submarine

The Fleet Submarines of the Trafalgar Class are extremely sophisticated, deep diving, high-speed submarines, capable of fulfilling a range of maritime military tasks undreamed of by the strategists of previous generations. Their most important role is to seek out and destroy other submarines that may pose a threat to any friendly force. Model Scale 1/350 Number of Parts 41 Dimensions (mm) L245 x W28 MSRP: $12.99 USD Kit # A03260 The Kit: Here is another kit of a well known British deep

1/72 Moebius USS Skipjack Submarine Preview

Presenting the 1/72 USS Skipkack Nuclear Powered Submarine from Moebius Models. The mail carrier dropped off this one in my studio last week so here are the preview pictures. Let me start by saying, don't let the box of this kit fool you. Moebius went the extra mile to wisely use every square inch during the package design. This may seem a bit trivial to some, but shelf space is a big commodity . 1/72 Moebius

1/350 Russian Nuclear Submarine ‘Kursk’

The K-141 Kursk was an Oscar-II class nuclear-powered cruise missile submarine of the Russian Navy, lost with all hands when it sank in the Barents Sea on 12 August 2000. Kursk, full name Атомная подводная лодка «Курск», which, translated, means the nuclear powered submarine "Kursk" [АПЛ "Курск"] in Russian, was a Project 949A Антей (Antey, Antaeus, also known by its NATO reporting name of Oscar II). It was named after the Russian city Kursk, around

Cyber Hobby 1/350 Alfa Class Submarine

The Soviet Union/Russian Navy Project 705 (Лира/Lira, "Lyre") was a class of hunter/killer nuclear powered submarines. The class is also known by the NATO reporting name of Alfa. They were the fastest class of military submarines built, with only the prototype K-222 (NATO "Papa" class) exceeding them in submerged speed. The Lira was a unique design among submarines; it used a powerful lead cooled fast reactor as a power source, which greatly reduced the size of

Revell 1/72 Gato Class Model Kit Pictures

Although the Revell's 1:72 Gato Class Submarine was a last year project, it happened during the transition of publishing platform (SMF to Wordpress) and lots of model kit pictures and posts didn't make it. Marking are from the USS Cobia which is still stationed in Wisconsin and used as a museum. As you can see from the pictures, there is  one taken with a 6x6 Truck and a Testors SBD-4 Dauntless in 1/72 for scale

1/72 scale German U-BOAT from Revell

The Type VII C was a further development of the Type VII B. The VII C was by far the most built submarine. It was also the most successful submarine of all time and in all countries. By the end of the war 577 units had been completed. From the delivery of the first sub of this type in 1940 these units formed the backbone of the German submarine forces in the Battle of the