Pilot Replica's first and only release, a 1/48 Swedish Saab J21 twin-boom pusher. Actually My son Kyle built this one, I be just the poster boy. He reports it to be a pretty good build, complaints being a split wing seam and locator holes that a[...]
During the Second World War, Sweden was cut off from the ability to procure modern foreign fighter aircraft as had been done prior to 1940 to equip Flyvapnet, the Swedish Air Force. Thus, it was decided to develop a domestic design for a high p[...]
My review kit of the new Pilot Replicas Saab J 21A-3 fighter-bomber arrived in yesterday's mail.
I first became aware of this airplane when I received William Green's "All The World's Aircraft: 1954" for my 10th birthday present. I attribute a[...]
What Wikipedia has to say about Jastreb:
The Soko J-21 Jastreb is a Yugoslav turbojet attack aircraft, designed by the Aeronautical Technical Institute (ATI), (Serbian: Vojnotehnički Institut Beograd (VTI)), in Belgrade and manufactured by SOKO[...]
As most Heller kits, this one is delicate with fine molded parts. Being an OV-10 fan, I've always liked the twin boom configuration., and found this interesting. The aircraft is larger than one may expect, and is one of the few that was conver[...]