(5 customer reviews)


Last updated on October 20, 2023 11:20 am Details


  • Brand : Micro Mir
  • Kit description : Plastic model kit, unpainted, unassembled
  • Condition: New in Box
  • Scale : 1/350

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Price History for USS FRANKLIN (SSBN-640) NUCLEAR SUBMARINE 1/350 MIKRO-MIR 350-028

Additional information

Package Dimensions

17.48 x 5.5 x 0.71 inches

Item Weight

5.6 ounces

Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer




5 reviews for USS FRANKLIN (SSBN-640) NUCLEAR SUBMARINE 1/350 MIKRO-MIR 350-028

  1. Danny Grace

    Good quality model.

  2. DJ

    makes a small display for a bookshelf. very good detail and set of decals for the whole class of subs.

  3. Louis Gaeding

    It was a good model, but not great. It was a just like the average model from Micro Mir.

  4. DJ

    The quality of the model was very cheap and not worth the almost $40.00 I paid (including shipping). Would not recommend this product to other individuals. Thank you.

  5. Richard F. Schaller

    The two biggest problems are that one, there are absolutely no locating pins for putting any two parts together, and second, there is very poor fit and finish, with several points where model putty is needed to fill in divots in flat faces, and the two halves of the hull do not fit flush together, requiring rubber banding to bend them to fit. Couple this fit and finish issue with the lack of locating pins, and you’ve got a model that is very challenging to get to look good.

    The detail is, acceptable. I mean, it’s a submarine from the outside, they don’t have much in the way of features. Luckily, the seams are inset, not raised, so it’s easy to repair the detail lines by scoring them. The actual brass screw is a nice touch, though it is a bit flimsy.

    In summary, it’s a model that will require a lot of putty and additional detail work, as well as a very steady hand to make at all worth displaying, and is not something suitable for beginner modelers, due to the complete lack of user-friendly assembly methods. With a lot of effort, though, you can get a decent model, and unfortunately, if you’re wanting to create a model of one of the “41 for Freedom”, you don’t have any other choices.

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