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AGM-88 Harm Missiles

Brengun, 1/72 scale

S u m m a r y :

Catalogue Number:

Brengun Item Nos BRL72276 - AGM-88 Harm Missiles

Euro 10.50 plus shpping available online from Brengun

Scale:

1/72 scale

Contents & Media

Each set contains six grey resin parts except 144181, which has ten resin parts and a photo-etched frets

Review Type:

First Look.

Advantages:

Beautifully cast, nice decals and great instructions.

Disadvantages:

None noted apart from the care needed separating the fins from their casting blocks.

Conclusion:

If you are building a modern jet which carried these missiles then these will give you a fine representation of the weapon. Recommended.

Reviewed by Graham Carter

FirstLook

 

The AGM-88 Harm ( meaning High-speed Anti-Radiation Missile) has been in use with a number of nations since 1983, most recently being supplied to the Ukraine for its defence. It has been modified into a number of variants and can be carried by a number of aircraft such as the F-4G, EA-6B, F-15E, F-16, F/A-18, EA-18G, Tornado IDS, and lately integrated with the Ukrainian MiG-29 and Su-27.

 

 

This set gives the modeller a pair or very detailed missiles with pylons. Arriving in the familiar clear sleeve with a black backing sheet and card backing with an instruction sheet this set provides a number of resin parts and a set of decals for all those lines and panels carried on weapons these days. Missiles can be done open or with protective caps. Care will be needed in removing the casting blocks from the fins.

 

 

Decals are cleanly printed with good density and register and minimal carrier film. The instructions clearly explain the assembly sequence and the fin alignment.  

 

 

Painting details are provided.

These are a far more detailed representation than the usual plastic parts in kits, this come highly recommended to the modeller of modern jets that carried these weapons.


Thanks to Brengun for the review sample.


Review Text Copyright 2023 Graham Carter
Page Created 11 May, 2023
Last updated 11 May, 2023

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