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Kuangbiao-1/&quot;Slick&quot; KB-1&quot; Chinese Tactical Nuclear 3d printed

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Kuangbiao-1/"Slick" KB-1" Chinese Tactical Nuclear 3d printed
Kuangbiao-1/"Slick" KB-1" Chinese Tactical Nuclear 3d printed

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Kuangbiao-1/"Slick" KB-1" Chinese Tactical Nuclear 3d printed
Kuangbiao-1/"Slick" KB-1" Chinese Tactical Nuclear 3d printed

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Kuangbiao-1/"Slick" KB-1" Chinese Tactical Nuclear

$13.78
3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
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Product Description
Exclusive to The Arsenal, and for the first time in the West—or anywhere—the “Kuangbiao-1” (Or “Hurricane-1”) Chinese tactical nuclear weapon!

Modeled from available photographs and technical information, this model represents the first tactical nuclear weapon developed by the People’s Republic of China, and first tested in 1972, designed to be carried by the Nanchang Q-5 fighter-bomber.

This is the “slick” bomb shape, sometimes seen labeled with a romanized “KB-1,” spotted in a few different museum displays—possibly a late-model program development, or a training model.

Suitable for Chinese military model builds, and possibly by extension model projects for nuclear-armed nations that also flew the Q-5, and/or received Chinese technical, military, or nuclear assistance.

A unique bit of Cold War militaria—only available here!

 
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Kbslick148multi
Dimensions:
2.71 x 1.29 x 5.3 cm
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1.07 x 0.51 x 2.09 inches
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Mature audiences only.
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