Kfir C2 .stl

$15.00

The Israel Aircraft Industries Kfir (Hebrew: כְּפִיר, “Lion Cub”) is an Israeli all-weather multirole combat aircraft based on the French Dassault Mirage 5, with Israeli avionics and an Israeli-built version of the General Electric J79 turbojet engine. The .stl is designed to print in the native scale of 1/200 but prints well at 1/285 or 1/300 as well. This .stl model was sculpted by Steve Toth who has also sculpted 3d models for ROC Works and Lead Pursuit Podcast. This model is designed for use with the Blood Red Skies advantage stand and has the triangular mounting hole in the bottom.

This is a PERSONAL USE license. Purchasing this .stl file gives you permission to 3d print models for your personal collection. Personal use does not mean for you and your entire gaming club. Personal use does not mean for you to distribute the file however you see fit. Personal use does not mean print and sell at your dusty little grognard vendor table with your used hex and counter games. At Blue Falcon Hobbies we know there is nothing we can do to stop you from redistributing this file or using it in ways it is not intended. Just know that if you do any of these things, we sincerely hope you get print resin on your hands, forget to wash them, and then touch your Pee-Pee.

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The Israel Aircraft Industries Kfir (Hebrew: כְּפִיר, “Lion Cub”) is an Israeli all-weather multirole combat aircraft based on the French Dassault Mirage 5, with Israeli avionics and an Israeli-built version of the General Electric J79 turbojet engine. The .stl is designed to print in the native scale of 1/200 but prints well at 1/285 or 1/300 as well. This .stl model was sculpted by Steve Toth who has also sculpted 3d models for ROC Works and Lead Pursuit Podcast. This model is designed for use with the Blood Red Skies advantage stand and has the triangular mounting hole in the bottom.

This is a PERSONAL USE license. Purchasing this .stl file gives you permission to 3d print models for your personal collection. Personal use does not mean for you and your entire gaming club. Personal use does not mean for you to distribute the file however you see fit. Personal use does not mean print and sell at your dusty little grognard vendor table with your used hex and counter games. At Blue Falcon Hobbies we know there is nothing we can do to stop you from redistributing this file or using it in ways it is not intended. Just know that if you do any of these things, we sincerely hope you get print resin on your hands, forget to wash them, and then touch your Pee-Pee.

Author: Stephen Toth

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