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XAAM-N-9 "Sparrow X" Nuclear AAM 3d printed

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XAAM-N-9 "Sparrow X" Nuclear AAM 3d printed
XAAM-N-9 "Sparrow X" Nuclear AAM 3d printed

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XAAM-N-9 "Sparrow X" Nuclear AAM

3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.

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Product Description
"The designation XAAM-N-9 Sparrow X was allocated to a proposed nuclear-armed Sparrow derivative in 1958 with a low-yield W-42 fission warhead. However, this proposal was short-lived and the Sparrow X was cancelled early in the design stage."

According to Air Force documents, the "Sparrow X" was intended to carry a "fractional kiloton" warhead, with a range between 6 Miles at sea level, to 25 miles at high altitude, with a service ceiling of 80,000 feet. Intended carrier aircraft is unknown—although, by the numbers, an F-106 would have been able to carry a single missile internally.
What's in the box:
sparx 148zwei
3.61 x 1.7 x 6.9 cm
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1.42 x 0.67 x 2.72 inches
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