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1/700 C-101 (FL-2) Eagle Strike Missile (x12) 3d printed

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1/700 C-101 (FL-2) Eagle Strike Missile (x12) 3d printed
1/700 C-101 (FL-2) Eagle Strike Missile (x12) 3d printed

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1/700 C-101 (FL-2) Eagle Strike Missile (x12)

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This set is in 1/700 scale. The individual Guided Missiles should be cut from the sprue at the base of the missile behind the fins. The main fins are deployed so the missile should be used as part of another model kit, like a ship, building or bridge.

According to Wikipedia: "The C-101 (FL-2) is a supersonic anti-ship missile that can be launched from air, ship, and shore. Alternatively, the air-launched version is also called YJ-1 by Chinese, with YJ short for Ying Ji, meaning Eagle Strike. The missile is also known designated by Chinese as Fei Long - 2 for export (with Fei Long meaning Flying Dragon – 2, or FL-2 for short), and there are two side-mounted ramjet engines at the rear of the airframe. The ship-launched version C-101 and the air-launched version YJ-1 both have integrated fire control system to meet the tight space requirement on board ships and aircraft, where the coastal defense version FL-2 has a distributed fire control system, where power, radar, and operator consoles are located separately to reduce the possible damage from enemy attacks. This is a practice commonly adopted by other Chinese missiles such as Silkworm missiles. The NATO reporting name for this missile is CSSC-5 Saple.The development of C-101 missile started in the late 1970s, and production began in the mid-1990s, as part of the replacement of the obsolete HY-2/CSS-N-2 missiles. The Chinese Navy tested the C-101 anti-ship missile on the Hoku-class missile boat, and Huang-class missile boat are being fitted with four C-101 launch tubes, while smaller classes carry two launch tubes. The air-launched version has been reportedly carried on the H-5 and Xi’an H-6 bombers and the Harbin SH-5 amphibian and eventually expanded to most of the aircraft in the Chinese inventory. The armed with a 300 kg semi-armor-piercing warhead with a delayed impact fuse. Cruising at an altitude below 50 meters, the missile dives about 3 kilometers away from the target to 5 meters above the sea level and then dive to attack, impacting just above the waterline."

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1/700 C-101 (FL-2) Eagle Strike Missile (x12)
Frosted Ultra Detail
Width
2.8 cm
Height
0.3 cm
Depth
3.0 cm
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