pit-road December 4 shipping

1/700 US Navy Destroyer Allen M. Sumner (SPW 53)

One of three types of fleet destroyers built by the US Navy in the second half of World War II is Allen M. Sumner class. 
We did not change the full length of preclass Fletcher first grade, expanded only the width by 45 cm, gave stability and equipped with 3 5 inch conjunctive guns. 
67 vessels were commissioned until the end of the war, and mainly participated in the strategy toward the Pacific Ocean.

· 1 ship 
· offshore model 
· ship number decal included 
· total length: 163 mm 
· price change reproduction product (old product number: W33)

Scheduled for shipment in December 2018 
Main unit price: 1,800 yen 
JAN code: 4986470062440

1/700 Japanese naval marine defense ship cormorant crown (equipped with three type projector) (SPW 54)

Ugari type naval vessels used for fleet escort and antisubmarine patrol were commissioned by 20 vessels from 1944 to 1945 as a development type of Mikura type naval ship. 
We equipped 16 types of 3 type explosion throwers, 12 cm high angle cannon, 25 mm triple and single unit gun.

· 2 ships 
· offshore model 
· total length: 113 mm 
· 17 m with internal firebomch · 
change in part number Playback product (old product number: W 53)

Scheduled for shipment in December 2018 
Main unit price: 1,800 yen 
JAN code: 4986470062457


this year too,,

This year also ends this month ,,

And it will be December of Heisei.

Next year will be over the year with a new year.


The item of the last month

British cruiser Exeter

It becomes the standard version.

The box size is the same size as the Japanese cruiser.

Somewhat, with a smooth fit.

If you do that like that ,,,

Although there is a place,

Let’s connect next as a reflection point.


By the way, 

Bismarck pursuit fight

It is sold out.

It will not be reproduced either.

Minami Amida Buddha ,,

Minami Amida Buddha ,,,

It will be Buddhist.


In the UK,

British sailing ship on a sailing ship made by Imai

There is Sa – Winston Chapel.

It is a sail boat which got the name of Prime Minister.


Examining it, the mold was alive.

It has to be commercialized ,,,,,.


So, yet, still,

Britain is likely to continue.


Reproduce the recent state of “Kon-so” which is responsible for the maritime SDF Aegis escort ship group! “Canada” can also be produced! 
By using the included etching parts, “Kon-zou” can be reproduced more precisely.

DDG-173 “Kon-so” is the name ship of the Kosugo type escort ship built under the medium-term prevention Showa era 63 year plan, commissioned as the first Aegis warship of the sea in 1993. In 2007 after renovation of missile defense capability (BMD) equipment we succeeded in intercepting simulated ballistic missiles outside the atmosphere from the sea by intercept test in Hawaii.

· The kit bundled various polyurethane satellite antennas, 7.9 m internal boat and internal combustion boat (RHIB) parts so that the state of recent years can be recreated to the conventional “Kogo”.

· Accessories made of polyurethane (resin) parts: Various antenna parts (for satellite television reception antenna, NORQ-1 Super Bird satellite communication antenna Ku band, NORA-1C super bird satellite communication antenna X · Ku band both, NORC-4B Inmarsat private sector Communication antenna, USC – 42 satellite communication antenna, BMD antenna), 7.9 m internal boat, compound type working boat (RHIB) 
· SH – 60 J helicopter (clear molded) × 1 machine attached 
· Newly arrived ship sign changed to white color , DDG-175 “Decoal” for decoiling 
· 1 
· full length 460 mm · offshore / full hull model selectable 
· Etching parts included 2 pieces

· Etched Parts Contents: Handrail (Bridge structure overhang · Passage and others), Mast around, Mast yard, IFF enemy ally identification device, Signal box, 12.7 cm around the main gun, bridge structure overhang · passageway, life raft container rack, flight deck Safety net others

Package size: 22 × 49 × 6 
Weight: 650 g

Scheduled to be shipped in January 2019 
Main unit price: 9,600 yen 
JAN code: 4986470062426

Scheduled for release in December! 1/200 Battleship Yamato’s bridge

Today is a new product scheduled to be released in December!

It is an introduction of 1/200 Battleship Yamato Bridge Bridge Equipment Series No.2.


First of all, please look at the painted finished product.


Battleship Yamato Showa 20th is a motif.

It is cut from oblique back.


Part molded in color.

(However, painting is necessary.)

Also, basic, glue is unnecessary.

(Excluding bonus parts.)


Air Defense Command Office


First bridge bridge ceiling part


The first bridge bridge internal structure is also reproduced.


Package as background with image of blue figure similar to previous turret

It is the front CG image of the front bridge, side view.


The most important thing when it is displayed in a shop

It is package side up.


It also contains a painting reference diagram with polite color commentary.

The Japanese navy built

Major parts of the world’s largest Yamato type battleship

On a big scale of 1/200

One after another, an Induction cushion kit!

stay tuned! !

AR48112 1/48 U-2A Dragon Lady

At the end of WWII, large areas of Europe were annexed or occupied by the Soviet Union. Soviet governing policies restricted the movement of civilians and communication networks in these areas. The Soviet Unions’ aggressive stance and expansionist policies moved toward Latin America and the Far East. Prime Minister Churchill described the division of the world into two major, opposing, forces in terms of political and economic differences, as “The Iron Curtain” during a speech in 1946. In 1949, the Soviet Union successfully conducted its first nuclear weapons test demonstrating its grasp of nuclear technology and ending the monopoly on such technology by the United States. Due to the devastating nature of nuclear warfare, the collection of intelligence became imperative to both sides: the “West” and the Soviet Union. One form of intelligence, aerial reconnaissance, started to be conducted prior to the start of any conflict, not just during wartime. In 1953 the United States Air Force proposed a design competition among three aircraft companies for a new reconnaissance aircraft. The RB-57, derived from the B-57 produced by the Glenn L. Martin Company, won the competition entering service in 1956. The RB-57 could cruise at altitudes beyond the capability of the MiG-17, the best Soviet interceptor at the time. This fact, combined with the false belief that the Soviet radar equipment then in use was antiquated technology produced by the United States during WWII, convinced the West that aircraft penetrating into Soviet airspace wouldn’t be detected. In December of the same year, a diplomat objection was raised by the Soviet Union regarding reconnaissance flights into the Far East Soviet zone. This proved that Western reconnaissance aircraft, as well as bombers, were no longer able to evade Soviet radar systems. The Lockheed Corporation, which was not included in the initial design competition, took the initiative of developing a design that they proposed to the USAF. The design, called the CL-282, was comprised of a fuselage adopted from the F-104 Star Fighter (then in the experimental stage) and a pair of high aspect ratio wings. In order to cruise at or above 70000ft and penetrate deep into Soviet airspace, much of the structural strength had to be sacrificed to weight reduction measures. The resulting airframe had a maximum G-load less than desired by military standards being essentially a single seat, single engine, jet-powered glider. The U.S. Air Force showed little interest in the CL-282 however the design attracted the attention of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Due to the focus on reconnaissance (as opposed to military) the CIA deemed that an unarmed reconnaissance plane penetrating into enemy territory would be less provocative than an armed, military aircraft. This was prudent considering such an incident, occurring at the height of the Cold War, could have instigated a nuclear exchange between the opposing nations. In November of 1954, construction of the CL-282 prototype was begun with the approval of President Eisenhower. The final version of the CL-282 utilized the Pratt & Whitney J57 engine (due to its excellent high altitude performance) and a wing with higher aspect ratio than was originally planned. In addition, the design allowed for more fuel capacity and incorporated a conventional empennage. The twin-wheel, tandem landing gear were situated under the fuselage center line with two detachable “pogo” gears fitted under each wing that detached upon takeoff. In July of 1955 the designation U-2 was officially assigned to the CL-282 with the nickname “Dragon Lady”. The prefix “U”(utility) was used to disguise the planes actual purpose. Inaugural test flights were conducted in August of the same year. Due to its normal operational environment of 70,000ft, pilots were required to wear a partial pressure suit. In January of 1956, United States Air Force pilots began transitioning into the U-2. By May, the U-2 was unveiled as a new, high altitude weather observation aircraft as a cover for its intended mission. AT the same time, deployment to bases in Europe commenced. The U-2s were also deployed to bases in Turkey and Japan: all targeted at gathering intelligence on the Soviet Union. A total of 55 U-2A airframes were produced. Airframes retained after losses through training and combat were subsequently converted into different variants according to operational requirements and served well into the mid sixties