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Samokhodnaya Ustanovka 122 mm self-propelled howitzer
£10.00
Captured Panzer III Convert
£10.00
Samokhodnaya Ustanovka 76
£8.50
Soviet Light Tank
£7.50
T-34/85 Russian Medium Tank
£11.00
Russian Main Battle Tank
£16.00
Soviet Main Battle Tank
£16.00
Russian Main Battle Tank
£17.00
Russian Main Battle Tank
£18.00
Russian Light Tank
£7.00
Russian Main Battle Tank
£18.00
Tun Anticar pe Afet Mobil - Self-propelled Anti-tank Gun
£7.00
Light Tank Mk VII (A17)
£7.50
Japanese Medium Tank
£8.50
Japanese Command Tank
£8.00
British Infantry Tank
£9.00
British Infantry Tank
£9.00
British Infantry Tank
£9.00
British SPG
£6.50
Russian prime mover
£11.00
SU-122
This model cones as 1 part.

The SU-122 was based on the T-34 chassis.  The turret was removed and replaced with a casemate which housed a 122mm M-30S howitzer.

1,150 units were produced between December 1942 and the summer of 1944.


Samokhodnaya Ustanovka 122 mm self-propelled howitzer
£10.00
SU-76i
This model comes in 1 part.

The Su-76i should not be confused with the SU-76 which are totally different vehicles.

The SU-76i was a Russian conversion of a German Panzer III or StuG II. The chassis of these vehicles were used from captured German vehicles. The turrets were removed and a fixed casemate was added in which a 76.2mm S-1 gun was added.

Some 201 captured German vehicles were converted in this way, many captured at the battle of Stalingrad. They saw action in 1943 and 1944 before being withdrawn from active service for training duties.
Two known examples survive, one in Ukraine and the other in Moscow.
Captured Panzer III Convert
£10.00
SU-76M
Model comes as one part.

The Su-76M was a Russian self-propelled gun made between 1942 and 1945.

13,932 SU76Ms were built. It was crewed by four and had a 76mm Zis 3Sh gun.
Samokhodnaya Ustanovka 76
£8.50
T-26 Tank
Model comes in two parts; hull & turret.

The T-26 was a Russian light tank in service between 1931 and 1945. It's design was based on the British Vickers Mk. E tank. There were 53 variants of the T-26 and it was used by various armies including Russia, Finland, China, Spain, Romania, Hungary and Turkey.

It weighed 9.6 tonnes and had a crew of three; commander, gunner and driver.

The tank was armed with a 45mm 20k mod. 1932-1934 tank gun and a 7.62mm DT machine gun.

This model comes with a choice of turret - standard turret or commander turret with radio antenna (pictured), or you can have both for an additional £2.50.
Soviet Light Tank
£7.50
T-34/85
This model comes as 2 parts; Hull and Turret.

The T34/85 was Russia's answer to the German Tiger tank. Tests on captured Tigers in 1943 showed that the T34's 76mm gun could not penetrate the frontal armour of the Tiger and could only penetrate the side armour at very close range.

Production of the 85mm version began in February 1944, initially modelled with the 85,, S-53 gun, this was soon replaced with the 85 mm ZiS-S-53.

Some 22,500 T-34/85s were built.
T-34/85 Russian Medium Tank
£11.00
T-54
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Turret.

The T-54 was designed at the end of WWII as a replacement for the T-34. It entered service in 1949 and remained so for decades. Some armies still have these tanks in service.

The T-54 & 55 were the most widely produced tanks in history numbering up to 100,000.
Russian Main Battle Tank
£16.00
T-54 (1951)
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The T-54 was the main battle tank o the Soviet Army following WWII. The T54/55 series was the most produced tank in military history with figures anywhere from 86,000 to 100,000 produced.

The T-54 was produced from 145 up until 1981.It weighted 36 tonnes and was armed with a 100mm D-10T gun and a 7.63mm SGMT coaxial machine gun or a 12.7mm DshK heavy machine gun. It had a crew of four.
Soviet Main Battle Tank
£16.00
T-55 AM2
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Turret.

The T-55 was basically an upgraded T-54 and the two look very similar. It was operated by around 50 armies throughout the world and remains in service to this day.

The T-54 & 55 were the most widely produced tanks in history numbering up to 100,000. It was armed with a 100mm rifled gun and a 7.62mm machine gun.

The AM2 was built in Poland and Czecholslovakia
Russian Main Battle Tank
£17.00
T-62
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Turret.

The T-62 was introduced in 1961.

It was armed with a 115mm U-5TS gun and a 7.62mm machine gun and weighed 37 tons.

Some 22,700 T-62s were built and it still several in several armies today including Afghanistan, Egypt, Cuba, Iran, North Korea and others.
Russian Main Battle Tank
£18.00
T-70 (version 1)
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Turret.

This Russian light tank was designed to replace the T-50 and T-60 tanks. It was armed with a 45-mm L/46 Model 38 and a 7.62mm DT machine gun. It was in service between 1942 and 1948.

It weighed 9.2 tonnes and had a crew of two.

(this is the first of two versions of this tank we produce)
Russian Light Tank
£7.00
T-72 M1
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Turret.

The T-72 entered service in 1973. It served in 40 armies throughout the world.

It was armed with a 125mm 2A46M gun and a 7.62 machine gun. It weighed some 41 tons and had a crew of three. Over 25,000 were built.


Russian Main Battle Tank
£18.00
Tacam R2 Self Propelled Gun
Model comes in one part

The Tacam R2 was Romanian anti-tank vehicle built upon the R2 light tank. The turret of the R2 was removed and replaced with a Russian Zis 3 76.2mm field gun.

It saw service in 1944- 1945. Only around 20 were built.
Tun Anticar pe Afet Mobil - Self-propelled Anti-tank Gun
£7.00
Tetrarch Tank
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Tetrarch saw action in the invasion of Madagascar in May 1942. They also saw service with the 6th Airborne Division and were used in the invasion of Normandy and were landed by gliders.

Twenty Tetrarchs were sent to Russia as part of the lend-lease agreement.

177 were built between 1938 and 1942. They were crewed by a commander, gunner and driver. They were armed with a QF 2 pounder (40mm) gun and a 7.92 Besa machine gun.
Light Tank Mk VII (A17)
£7.50
Type 97 Chi-Ha
This model comes in 2 parts; Hull and Turret.

The Chi-Ha was one of two Japanese tanks which formed the bulk of the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy. It was used in the Second Sino-Japanese War, the Battles of Khalkhin Gol against Russia and the Second World War.

The Chi-Ha weighed 15 tons and had a crew of four. It was armed with a 57mm gun and 3 Type 92 7.7mm machine guns. 1,162 Chi-Ha's were produced.
Japanese Medium Tank
£8.50
Type 97 Shi-Ki
Model comes in two parts; hull and turret.

The Shi-Ki was developed from the Type 97 Chi-Ha tank; it used the same chassis and hull but the turret was redesigned. The turret armament was removed and replaced with a powerful radio which utilised a large horseshoe aerial around the turret.

The bow machine gun of the Chi-Ha was replaced in the Shi-Ki with a type 98 37mm gun. A type 97 machine gun was mounted in the rear of the turret for the commander's use.

It had a crew of three, commander, driver and gunner and weighed around 15 tons.
Japanese Command Tank
£8.00
Valentine I
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Valentine I was the first model of a series which had 11 marks  which saw some 8,000 various models produced.

It saw service in the British, New Zealand and Russian armies.

The Mark I was armed with a 40mm QF 2 pounder gun and a 7.92mm Breda machine gun.

It had a crew of three, commander, driver and gunner. The commander doubled up as a the loader.
British Infantry Tank
£9.00
Valentine II
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Valentine II was the first model of a series which had 11 marks  which saw some 8,000 various models produced.

It saw service in the British, New Zealand and Russian armies.

The Mark II was armed with a 40mm QF 2 pounder gun and a 7.92mm Breda machine gun.

It had a crew of three, commander, driver and gunner. The commander doubled up as a the loader.
British Infantry Tank
£9.00
Valentine III
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Valentine III was one of a series which had 11 marks  which saw some 8,000 various models produced.

It saw service in the British, New Zealand and Russian armies.

The Mark III was armed with a 40mm QF 2 pounder gun and a 7.92mm Breda machine gun.

It had a crew of four, commander, driver, loader and gunner.
British Infantry Tank
£9.00
Vickers Alecto
Model comes as one part.

The Alecto's development started in 1942 when the British were looking for a vehicle on which to mount a 90mm howitzer.

The war ended before the initial problems with the deign were solved though it did enter service in Germany albeit too late for active service as the war ended. It also saw service after the war in the middle east.
British SPG
£6.50
Voroshillavets Heavy Artillery Tractor
Model comes as one part

The Voroshillavets was  designed in the late-30s as a more powerful alternative to the Russian Komintern prime mover.
Based on the T-24 tank chassis, could tow artillery or trailers up to 18 tons and could carry 3 tons of equipment on board or 16 people.

It weighted 15 tons and had a top speed of 34 kph.
Russian prime mover
£11.00
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