[About the actual ship]
--The British Navy's guided-missile destroyer, built from the 1970s to the 1980s and continued to be active until the 2000s, is the Type 42, Sheffield class. Developed with the main mission of air defense of the fleet, a total of 14 ships from batches 1 to 3 were built and deployed.
--The first ship was commissioned in 1975 at HMS Sheffield. The last ship in its class was commissioned in 1985.
--The overall length of the ship has been extended to 125m for batches 1 and 2 and 141m for batch 3.
--Equipped with two gas turbine engines and a COGOG system for the propulsion system.
-Maximum speed is 30 knots.
――Including one 114mm single gun with a 55 caliber, it was equipped with one Sea Dart GWS.30 Sea Dart SAM anti-aircraft missile double launcher, two STWS Mk.1 and triple single torpedo launchers, etc. ..
--Seven ships participated in the Falklands War that broke out in 1982.
――The two ships, HMS Sheffield and HMS Glasgow, were able to resolve the conflict, with the damage of sinking under the attack of an Argentine air-to-ground missile.
[About the model]
-The model is a plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the HMS42 destroyer, a missile destroyer deployed and operated by the Royal Navy from the 1970s to the 2000s on a 1/700 scale.
――The kit is a 3in1 type that can be assembled by choosing from batch 1, 2 and 3 types. Each one clearly expresses the difference.
-Not only the shape of the ship, but also the delicate details of the superstructure such as the bridge and mast are delicately modeled.
-The missiles installed on the deck and the turret of the 114mm gun are also firmly modeled, and the details of the deck are three-dimensionally produced.
――In addition, etched parts such as antennas and handrails that enhance the details of each part are also set.
-In addition, the kit also models a shipboard helicopter, Westland Lynx.
-Marking prepares a number to reproduce each ship with a cult graph decal.
――Please collect destroyers that have a total length of less than 20 cm and have carved the history of the British Navy.
-Plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the Royal Navy's missile destroyer, Type 42 destroyer at 1/700
--A 3in1 kit that can reproduce each ship up to batch 1 (Sheffield), batch 2 (Liverpool), batch 3 (York)
-Accurately express the shape of the ship and the details of the superstructure
--With etched parts that realistically reproduce antennas and handrails
--Decals are made by Cartograph
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