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Old 09-12-2020, 01:59 AM
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T-43 Soviet minesweeper

The Egyptian navy operates about 5 Soviet T-43 minesweeper with a displacement of 460 tons, armed with two 30-mm double-barreled cannons and ten mines.
Posted in Booklet No. 102-103 March 1971
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A workhorse in many navies.
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What are the scales, please?
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I'm sorry but ther was not listed anywhere on the scale
Need to do like Varian from Mexico to take the real measurements and not forget to To change To C"m and divide in the model measurements
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Wiki says T-43 class minesweeper measures 58m in length. The large ship model measures about 33cm, meaning a scale of about 1/175. The small one measures 20.5 cm meaning a scale of about 1/283.

Those who are interested to build it, large or small, or large and small, will thus have an idea of what they are working on.

I don't know what it will look like at a scale of 1/1250...............??? Shrink it down to 14% of the original and you'll get there.
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