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&quot;A.36 Weapon (Large)&quot; Swedish Nuclear Weapon 3d printed

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"A.36 Weapon (Large)" Swedish Nuclear Weapon 3d printed
"A.36 Weapon (Large)" Swedish Nuclear Weapon 3d printed

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"A.36 Weapon (Large)" Swedish Nuclear Weapon

3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
Product Description
A little-known historical curiosity, Sweden maintained a low-key nuclear weapons development program from the 1940s until the early 1970s, considering building a small arsenal of atomic weapons to deter attacks from the USSR or other powers against the neutral nation.

However, while it formulated fairly sophisticated plans for their production and military use, including preliminary weapon designs as early as the mid 1950s, various political and economic factors prevented the program from making any headway, and it was cancelled long before any hardware would be built, or any atomic testing take place.

But, luckily, thanks to publically available technical information, a Swedish nuclear device is now available for your scale modelling needs!

This bomb represents a larger, 800kg, just under 4-meter long projected weapon (comparable to a US Mk.7 nuclear bomb), specified in the requirements of the SAAB A.36 supersonic nuclear bomber of the early 1950s (itself also never built), which would have been carried internally.
What's in the box:
0.78 x 0.82 x 5.56 cm
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0.31 x 0.32 x 2.19 inches
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