Zactomodels

1/32 MiG-29 APU-60 Missile Pylons

Product Article by Steve Bamford on Dec 26 2018

 

      

These new resin missile pylons from Zactomodels are designed to add extra accuracy and detail to your next MiG-29.  If you need accurate missiles, then check out Zactomodels and their extensive selection of 1/32 Russian missiles.

 

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The kit includes 2 resin APU-60 Missile pylons for the Archer missile are carried on either of the two outboard stations.  Detailed launching mechanisms are included on the undersides of these pylons.  Resin casting is of a very high quality and all the detail is very well done with no air bubbles.  

There is one page of instructions with line drawings that will explain everything you need to install these correctly.  The line drawings are done to scale and can be used as a template to drill the holes on the wings for these weapons pylons.  The instructions are well laid out and easy to follow.

The detailing on these missile pylons is up to the usual high standards we enjoy from ZactomodelsThe MiG-29 is capable of carrying several different combinations of missiles.  Check your references for the particular plane you are building.

Visit the in-progress thread on the ARC Air forums.

Other missile pylons also available from Zactomodels include the APU-73 pylon set which are the pylons for the Archer missile that are carried on either of the two outboard stations.

You can also buy a big missile pylon set that includes 3 different types of pylons which includes:

  • APU-470 pylons 2 pylons included. These pylons for the Alamo missile are carried on the inboard stations.

  • APU-73 pylons 2 pylons included. These pylons for the Archer missile are carried on either of the two outboard stations. 

  • APU-60 pylons 2 pylons included. These pylons for the Archer missile are carried on either of the two outboard stations.

I would like to thank Chris at Zactomodels for providing me with this product sample and for continuing to provide modellers with these high quality resin products.

Steve Bamford

Photos and text by Steve Bamford