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VB-3 &quot;Razon&quot; Bomb 3d printed

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Smoothest Fine Detail Plastic
VB-3 "Razon" Bomb 3d printed
VB-3 "Razon" Bomb 3d printed

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VB-3 "Razon" Bomb

Ships as soon as 10 days
3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases incredibly fine and intricate details.

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Product Description
The VB-3 "Razon" (from "Range and Azimuth Only"), an early American guided bomb, consisting of a radio control package mated to a standard AN-M65 1,000 lb bomb. The weapon was steered manually, with the bombardier tracking the weapon by eye with the aid of a flare in the bomb's tail.

Development began in 1942, with units ready by the summer of 1945, the Razon did not see service during World War II. However, testing and stockpiling continued, and the bombs would go on to see service in Korea, with the B-29 carrying up to eight of the bombs at a time.

Now available for your scale model projects—and a Ranchoth's Arsenal exclusive, not available anywhere else!
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2.89 x 1.39 x 8.19 cm
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1.14 x 0.55 x 3.22 inches
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