It’s been 11 years since this Czech firm first released its 1/72 SAAB J 21A, but its now reissued and will surely be welcomed by Swedish Air Force fans, as CHRIS CLIFFORD discusses.


Early Special Hobby kits – as with the firm’s new items – always replicate interesting aircraft, but the older items are slightly challenging to build due to their typical limited-run format. Its re-released SAAB J-21A (72215) falls into this category. While the type might not be to everyone’s taste, this fascinating 1940s twin-boomed fighter will be on the list of anyone that favours building aircraft flown by the Swedish Air Force.


Want to read more?

This is a premium article and requires an active Key Model World subscription.

Existing subscriber? Sign in now

No subscription?

Enjoy the following subscriber only benefits:

  • Unlimited access to all Key Model World content
  • Exclusive product reviews, latest news, builds and highly detailed layouts
  • Read 5,300 articles, in a fully searchable archive of modelling content growing daily!
  • Access to read the official Hornby Magazine and Airfix Model World online, brought to life with video and additional imagery
  • Access on any device- anywhere, anytime
  • Choose from our offers below