Airplane Pin (IL 76)

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* These pins are scaled down 3D models of aircrafts used by the Indian Air force. We can make 3D Lapel Pins for any aircraft and many other objects. * When you get your airplane lapel pin made from Pinnacle you get all perfectly finished pieces. We take great care while making the artwork for 3D models and our production process is customized to handle perfect plating and polishing of small aircraft pins. * Write to us at [email protected] to know how we can make your custom lapel pin in 3D.* Color options available Bright Gold and Bright Silver. * Dimensions:1.5" .

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We, at Pinnacle are now specialising in making scaled down models/ lapel pins and cufflinks of existing and phased out aircraft. The intricate detailing calls for the utmost perfection in production. The same can be seen in the models that have already been created for a few of our premier Indian Air Force Squadrons. The Ilyushin IL-76, NATO codename "Candid", is a 4-engined heavy transport aircraft in widespread use in Eastern Europe, Asia, and Africa. The aircraft was first conceived in 1967, to meet a requirement for a freighter able to carry a payload of 40,000 kg over a range of 5,000 km in less than six hours, able to operate from short and unprepared airstrips, and capable of coping with the worst weather conditions such as in Siberia. The aircraft is used to drop paratroopers, carry troops and combat material including medium-sized battle tanks. It is equipped with a defensive aids suite, comprising a radar warner, infrared flare cartridges and two guns. It first flew on March 25, 1971, and is still in production in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Length: 46.6m Height: 14.2m Maximum Speed: 760km/h to 780km/h.


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