The Russian Mikoyan MiG-29 first flew in 1982 and remains in service with the Russian Air Force today, thanks in no small part to its superb manoeuvrability, an area where it outperforms the very nimble F-16. Arrows have made a fine job of replicating this sleek and deadly machine from light & resilient EPO foam that's superbly finished in the colours of the Russian Air Force Swifts aerobatic team; fit a brace of 64mm EDF fans, 6-channel radio and a scale retractable U/C and you have a model that beautifully mimics the appeal and characteristics of the full-size. Arrows designs have a reputation for flying well, and this one is no exception. Offering a solid four-minute duration on the recommended 6S 4000mAh LiPo, the MiG's performance is close to perfect in both slow and high-speed manoeuvres. Agile, responsive and looking every bit the formidable Russian multirole fighter, this one's sure to turn the heads of red-blooded jet and EDF devotees – check it out now at your local J.Perkins dealer.
JP F38 HORNET
£TBA I www.jperkins.com
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