The Myasishchev M-4 Molot (NATO reporting name: Bison) was a long range strategic bomber designed by Vladimir Myasishchev in the early 50s. The designed severely underperformed in terms of range, and was deemed incapable of striking important targets in the west.
However, it had a higher speed and payload compared to the Tupolev Tu-95. Thus, a redesign of the bomber was approved in 1954 called the Myasishchev 3M (Bison-B). It featured more fuel efficient engines, an in-flight refueling probe, a redesigned nose and a redesigned central fuselage.
This model is rigged, and features rigs for the refueling probe, landing gear, bomb bay, turrets (dorsal, ventral and tail), flaps, ailerons, elevators and rudder. There are 6 FAB-3000M-46 bombs situaded in the bomb bay.