Eduard 1/72 FAB-500 M54 Bombs
By Matt Bittner
"The FAB-500 is a Russian Air Force low-drag, general purpose, air-dropped bomb with a 500-kilogram high-explosive warhead. The first models of the bomb appeared in the early 1960s in the Soviet Union. The bomb is unguided, features a single nose fuse, and is compatible with most models of Soviet aircraft. The FAB-500 has been used most recently over Syria by both Russian and Syrian warplanes."
Eduard's 1/72 FAB-500 M54 consists of two bombs along with a decal sheet and a small photoetch fret. First, the photoetch ends are placed on the tail of the main bomb body, then the fin unit is attached to that. After the bombs are painted then the small decals are added to the body of the bomb.
If you're looking for a set of FAB-500 M54s to arm your Russian aircraft then by all means pick up this set.
I definitely thank Eduard for the review sample.