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Chernigov and Vinnitsa corvettes card vodel Kit

Card Model Kit Russian Corvette Grisha Class

Card Model Kit Russian Corvette Grisha Class

The model kit "Chernigov" and "Vinnitsa"

Type: Corvette
Country: USSR, 1977
Scale: 1:200
Volume: 10 sheets A4

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Card Model Kit Russian Corvette Grisha Class

Card Model Kit Russian Corvette Grisha Class

The model kit "Chernigov" and "Vinnitsa"

Type: Corvette
Country: USSR, 1977
Scale: 1:200
Volume: 10 sheets A4

For building you may need: scissors, glue for paper, sharp knife (or scalpel), awl, ruler, toothpicks or matches, cardboard (about 1 mm thick)

Even if you are the beginner in modeling, dont be afraid to start with this model kit.
Instructions and illustrations, high quality printing and excellent coloring, perfectly selected details scale will make the process of building pleasant and amazing; at the end you will have a wonderful stunning model made by your own hands.

Prototype
This plan is for the building (authentic) two models of Ukrainian Navy corvettes - "Vinnitsa" and "Chernigov". Ex-USSR had the Navy structure that refers these ships to the class of Small Anti-Submarine Ships "Dnepr" and "Izmail". From this plan magazine you can assemble one of models according to your choice. This model kit is highly recommended for the beginners, everything is prepared for you easy and understandable.

Russian Project #1124
The Albatros-class (NATO reporting name: Grisha-I) was a series of 12 large anti-submarine corvettes built by the Soviet Union between 1970 and 1974. These ships had a limited range and were used only in coastal waters. They were equipped with a variety of ASW weapons and an SA-N-4 surface-to-air missile launcher. All were fitted with retractable fin stabilizers. Seven were still in service in 1997, though all had been stricken by 1999. Russian type designation was Malyy Protivolodochnyy Korabl (Small Anti-Submarine Ship).

The Grisha II class (1124P) boats were built for the KGB border guard. These ships had a 57 mm gun replacing the SAN-4 missile system. 12 ships were built in the 1970's. Two were transferred to the Ukrainian Navy and around ten are in service with Russia.

General characteristics
Displacement: 830 tons (990 full-load)
Length: 71.2 m (66.9 waterline)
Beam: 10.15 m
Draft: 3.4 m
Propulsion: One 18,000 shp gas turbine, Two 10,000 bhp M-507A diesels, Three shafts, two maneuvering propellers
Max. Speed: 34 knots
Range: 4,000 nm at 10 knots
Electric Plant: 1×500 kW, 1×300 kW, and 1×200 kW diesel sets
Crew: 60
Armament:
1 twin Osa-M SA-N-4 surface-to-air missile launcher (20 missile magazine capacity)
1 twin 57 mm 70-caliber AK-257 dual-purpose automatic gun
2 RBU-6000 12-barreled ASW rocket launchers (96 RGB-60 rockets)
2 twin 533 mm torpedo tubes
2 depth charge racks (12 depth charges)
Up to 18 mines in place of depth charges
Electronics:
Radar: 1 Don-2 navigation, 1 Strut Curve air/surface search, 1 Pop Group SA-N-4 fire control, 1 Muff Cob AK-257 fire control
Sonar: Bull Nose low frequency hull-mounted, Elk Tail medium-frequency through-hull dipping
Electronic Warfare: 2 Watch Dog passive intercept (2-18 GHz)
IFF: 1 High Pole A, 1 High Pole B transponders

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