The British Rocket Projectile RP-3 was widely used during the Second World War on both the RAF and FAA war planes. Many various types were equipped with this weapon, which also could be fitted with different styles of war heads. The type of aircraft using the RP-3 ranged from the Typhoons, Hurricanes, Tempests and Mosquitoes to anti-shipping Beaufighters or anti-submarine Wildcat fighters and Sworfish biplanes.
Special Hobby is releasing now a kit of this weapon in the SAP or Semi Armour Piercing variety as a nice addition to already produced 1/32 warplane models. One styrene sprue contains as many as eight missiles and a corresponding number of racks of the later type and also a decal sheet with markings for the missiles.