Swedish "want to be" aviation specialist
- Feb 9, 2017
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There is literally no info at all. All that i known atm is that they came from kth (royal technical high school of sweden) in 1987 and i can tell they predate 1945 as saab only did military jet projects after that.hesham said:Amazing amazing Models my dear Blockhaj,
any more Info ?.
I actually got these from the archive but this site seems well researched and gud.fightingirish said:Secondary sources via Google picture search:
I posted these on the Saab 29 fb page and the people there said the same thing but the nail in the coffin was actually the development of missiles as they where better for intercepting bombers.litzj said:Interesting to see this cannon layout, because exhaust from the cannon could enter the inlet
From Ailes 26/12/1953,here is the SAAB R 1001 jet fighter drawing of 1945,which later developed
into J 29,it had a mid-high straight wing of thin section,a fat barrel-like a
fuselage and sticking out above and beyond it,a slim tail boom.
Who we can believe ?,in AK Russian magazine they called it SAAB-1509-01,and here they called SAAB-1500-01 ?.From Авиация и Космонавтика 9/2015,
here is a SAAB Projects 37-1,P.1500-01 & P.1509,the later concept was very similar to