The first and only bomber designed by the nation of Utah was not dreamt of until 1935, when Mormon settlers within the Disputed Western Territories came under duress from a visiting pirate gang. The call went out to the nation’s aircraft builders for a dedicated bomber, and Lehi Aerocorp responded immediately with a working prototype the very same day as the request.
The spherical recess underneath the model is for mounting it on a 6mm BB.
Design from "Zeppelins and Bombers" by Patrick Koepke, used with permission. Scaled from an assumed fuselage width of 1.8m. I've modified the booms, added wing tip fins and a couple of fixed guns for the pilot's use as 'morale boosters' (similar to those fitted to many WW2 light bombers).