Armory is preparing a set of resin weighted wheels for the Mikoyan MiG-9 Fargo / MiG-15 Fagot in 1/32, 1/48 and 1/72 scales
Two new 1/144 scale kits are coming covering the early Bf 109 during the early part of World War 2.
Armory hobby shop brings us an information about forthcoming conversion set for a popular and well known Zvezda helicopter kit.
Armory has released four conversion and improvement sets for different airplane model kits. See the list below.
On the Armory website we have found two improvement sets dedicated to 1/48 scale Yakovlev Yak-38 released some time by Hobby Boss.
On the Armory website we can find some new resin sets dedicated to the Russian airplanes and helicopters. All sets are dedicated to the 1/72 scale kits. One of them is an ultratiny model kit of an ultralight helicopter.
Many thanks to Adam Chodorowski from Tank Models for a heads-up on a highly detailed 1:72 Sukhoi Su-27 airfield tow bar.
Thanks to Adam Chodorowski (from Tank Models) for information about a pair of detailed photoetched upgrade sets from Armory designed for the highly regarded ModelSvit kit.
For you modelers not content to place your finished Migs, Sukhoi or Aeros on the shelf, Armory have released this reproduction of Soviet style concrete slabs to sit your aircraft on. The price seems rather high although I suspect it could be miscalculated as I saw the same thing on the Hannants website for around £21.99 and Scale Model Kits website for $30.95 So it will be worth shopping around.
Armory have announced the future release of a series of FAB bombs used by Soviet combat aircraft. The Russian term for general-purpose bomb is Fugasnaya Aviatsionnaya Bomba, abbreviated FAB and followed by the bombs nominal weight in kilograms. Most Russian iron bombs have circular ring airfoils rather than the fins used by Western types. The FAB-9000M-54 is comparable to the British WWII Grand Slam! Even though these weapons were first built in 1954, they are still used today.
Fancy hanging something different under your F-15E or F-16? The AGM-158A JASSM is powered by a Teledyne CAE J402 turbojet. While carried the wings are folded to reduce size, flipping out on launch. There is a single vertical tail.