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BELL P-39Q Airacobra Soviet #5747

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BELL P-39Q Airacobra Soviet #5747

The Cobi BELL P-39D Airacobra #5747 is a 1:32 scale brick set composed of 380 pieces.  This set includes one Soviet pilot minifigure and multiple moving parts such as retractable landing gears, spinning propeller, movable ailerons and more.  Be sure to get your Cobi BELL P-39D Airacobra #5746 to add to your Cobi fighter aircraft collection!

History:

The Soviet P-39Q Airacobra was a fighter aircraft that was supplied to the Soviet Union by the United States as part of the Lend-Lease program. It was one of the most important fighters in the Soviet Air Force during World War II, and was responsible for a large number of kills.

The P-39Q was a development of the earlier P-39D model, and featured a number of improvements, including a more powerful engine, a better gunsight, and a revised armament layout. The most significant change was the addition of two 20mm cannon in the wings, in addition to the 37mm cannon in the nose. This gave the P-39Q a powerful firepower that was well-suited for ground attack missions.

The P-39Q was well-liked by Soviet pilots, who appreciated its ruggedness, maneuverability, and firepower. It was particularly effective in the low-altitude ground attack role, where its cannon could be used to devastating effect against ground targets. The P-39Q also proved to be a capable fighter aircraft, and was credited with a large number of kills.

In total, the Soviet Union received over 4,700 P-39Q Airacobras, making it the most numerous American fighter type in Soviet service. The P-39Q was used in all theaters of war, and was particularly effective in the Battle of Stalingrad. It was also used by the Soviet Air Force after the war, and remained in service until the early 1950s.

Here are some of the key specifications of the Soviet P-39Q Airacobra:

  • Engine: Allison V-1710-87, 1,150 hp
  • Maximum speed: 414 mph
  • Range: 725 miles
  • Armament: 37mm cannon in the nose, plus two 20mm cannons in the wings
  • Crew: 1

The P-39Q Airacobra was a significant aircraft in the history of World War II. It was a versatile and effective fighter that was well-liked by Soviet pilots. The P-39Q played a major role in the Soviet victory over Germany, and its legacy continues to this day.

Video Intel

Below are very informative and entertaining videos to discover more about this unit and it’s place in history. Please be aware that some of these videos may contain crude language and/or actual footage of warfare. This may be disturbing to sensitive or young viewers. We have selected the videos for their historical context in relation to our products for the purpose of research and learning.

Product Specifications

Additional information

Weight 19.3 oz
Dimensions 13.5 × 2.17 × 9.45 in

Product Reviews

1 review for BELL P-39Q Airacobra Soviet #5747

  1. Warrant H. (verified owner)

    Very interesting story behind this one. Unlike US pilot, Soviet pilot really likes this US fighter and used them really well in eastern front. Very high quality design especially with those 2 wing mount 20mm cannons.

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