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1:72 MIL MI-8T Soviet Helicopter

Article number: 500787230 Product: 1:72 MIL MI-8T Soviet Helicopter Size: 25,5 cm Parts: 145 The multi-role Mi-8T is a military modification of the Mi-8 transport helicopter and is equipped with MUR free-flight rocket pods for air and surface attack. The Mi-8T can also carry a number of fully equipped troops. The Mi-8T was used throughout the Afghan War. Detailed Plastic Kit of Model MIL MI-8T Soviet Helicopter in Scale 1:72
€15.99
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1:72 Nuclear Submarine "Yuri Dolgorukij"

Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Nuclear Submarine "Yuri Dolgorukij" in Scale 1:72
€24.99
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1:72 Pak - 40

Art.Nr.: 500786257 Art.bezeichnung: 1/72 German Anti Tank Gun PAK-30 with Crew Size: 8,9 cm Parts: 44 No glue required Development of Pak 40 gun started in 1938, however, since the gun didn't fit the "blitzkrieg" concept, it went on rather slowly. The gun was finally adopted for army service in the end of 1941, when both failure of "blitzkrieg" and incapability of smaller German guns to damage soviet tanks T-34 and KV became evident. Pak 40 gun had a greater firepower than its Soviet counterpart, the ZiS-3 gun, but it was far less mobile and more expensive to produce. Contents: 3 unpainted figures 1 anty-tank gun - 1 unit base with flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Pak - 40 in Scale 1:72
€4.29
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1:72 Panzer IV Ausf.H (Sd.Kfz.161/2)

Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Panzer IV Ausf.H (Sd.Kfz.161/2) in Scale 1:72
€13.99
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1:72 Persian Infantry

Article number: 500788006 Product: 1:72 Persian Infantry Parts: 42 Size: 2,4 cm Infantry was the largest branch of the Persian army. It consisted of three parts: the King's bodyguards, the Immortals, and troops from allied peoples and satrapies of the Persian Empire. During a military campaign, 2,000 royal guards always escorted the King. The bodyguards were the most distinguished and valorous Persian warriors. Another unit of the Persian elite infantry was the Immortals. There were invariably 10,000 of them. If any of the Immortals was killed or incapacitated, he was immediately replaced by warriors chosen from the other troops. Therefore, their number always remained unchanged. Many Persian infantrymen wore huge but light shields woven from twigs, which gave good protection from arrows. A considerable part of the Persian infantry used bows. Hiding behind large shields, archers shot at the enemy, inflicting considerable losses. Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Persian Infantry in Scale 1:72
€10.49
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1:72 PetlyakovPe-2 Soviet fighter/bomber

Article number: 500787283 Product: 1:72 PetlyakovPe-2 Soviet fighter/bomber The Pe-2 was the most important Soviet fighter-bomber during WWII. Over 11.000 planes were produced. After WWII the Pe-2 served in many countries of the Warsaw Pact. Kit consists of 169 parts 2 pilot figures included Decals for 4 Soviet units and Poland Model length: 17,4cm 100% New tooling Detailed static model kit   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€19.99
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1:72 Roman Imperial Infantry

Article number: 500788043 Product: 1/72 Roman Imperial Infantry Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 51 The Roman army was the most organized and best trained army throughout the Ancient World. This advantage allowed the Romans to control virtually all the territory of the world known in those times: the whole Mediterranean coast, the greater part of Central Asia, North Africa to the extent of the desert, all Europe through the Rhein and the Danube in the east and Britain in the north-west. Generally, the Roman legionaries were equipped with short double-edged swords: Gladiuses and javelins: Pila. The special role of a legionary's weapon played a shield: although pretty ponderous it was rectangular in shape and during sieges soldiers could draw up in a tortoise-like formation called a Testudo or "tortoise" formation. In the closed Testudo, the front row of legionaries placed their shields in front of them, soldiers in the middle placed their shields over their heads and the flank soldiers completed the tortoise on the left and the right flanks respectively. This arrangement formed a very solid protective turtle-shell of shields. In such a formation legionaries were practically invulnerable to arrows and javelins. Roman Imperial Infantr.1/72
€12.99
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1:72 Roman Republican Infant.III-II B.C.

Article number: 500788034 Product: 1:72 Roman Republican Infantry Kit consists of 40 soldiers and officers in 12 different poses. Detailed plastic kit   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€9.99
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1:72 Rus. Heavy Artill. w/Crew 1812

Article number: 500788045 Product: 1:72 Rus. Heavy Artill. w/Crew 1812 This kit features: - 3 different heavy cannons - 35 figures: 1 commander, 1 drummer, 33 soldiers in 13 poses Eighteen-pound "unicorns" (smoothbore artillery pieces) and 12-pound cannons were widely used in Russia during the War of 1812. In the Battle of Borodino, these guns were stationed on the well known Rayevsky battery site and infl icted tremendous losses on Napoleon’s regiments. Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Rus. Heavy Artill. w/Crew 1812 in Scale 1:72
€11.99
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1:72 Rus. Stealth Fighter Sukhoi T-50

Article number: 500787275 Product: 1:72 Rus. Stealth Fighter Sukhoi T-50 Length of the model: 295 mm 70 parts Su-50 (T-50) is Russias fifth-generation multirole fighter. It is expected to replace fighters Su-27 and MiG-29 in Russian Air Force. The aircraft is built with the requirements of low radar visibility, and is able to reach supersonic speed without afterburner. For this reason, all weapons are located in the inner compartments, and a significant proportion of the aircraft structure is occupied by composite materials. Due to its technical and military characteristics the T-50 far all commercially-produced firhters in the world.
€19.99
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1:72 Russ. Attack Helicopter "Hokum"

Article number: 500787216 Product: 1:72 Russ. Attack Helicopter "Hokum" Size: 21 cm Parts: 145 The KA-50 is a single seat attack helicopter of the Russian Air Force. Decals for 2 Russian units. Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Russ. Attack Helicopter "Hokum" in Scale 1:72
€12.99
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1:72 Russ.Cuirassiers 1812-1814

Article number: 500788026 Product: 1:72 Russ.Cuirassiers 1812-1814 Size: 3,5 cm Parts: 16 Russian heavy cavalry, wearing helmets and cuirasses, fought in close formation against Napoleon’s Grand Armee from the French invasion of Russia to the final capture of Paris.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€9.99
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1:72 Russ.Heavy Infantr.1812-14

Russ.Heavy Infantr.1812-14
€9.99
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1:72 Russian Foot Artillery

Article number: 500786809 Product: 1:72 Russian Foot Artillery Parts: 28 Kit includes: 1 gun, 6 soldiers in different poses No glue required New tooling In Russia guns were always loved. Russian gunsmiths adopted all the new developments in gunnery as soon as they appeared and brought them to perfection. All the rulers (those who understood the importance of the army for the country) spared no effort and resources to improve the artillery. Therefore, by the Patriotic War of 1812 Russian artillery was not technically inferior even to the French one. Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Russian Foot Artillery in Scale 1:72
€5.39
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1:72 Russian Inf.Comm.Group

Article number: 500786815 Product: 1:72 Russian Inf.Comm.Group Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 17 During the Russian campaign of 1812, the foundation of Russian army was the Line infantry. Soldiers were organized and bravely lead to battle by command groups, which were consisting of higher and non-commissioned officers. They were accompanied by standard-bearers and musicians. 'I was myself a witness to many staff and sub-officers who after receiving a couple of wounds dressed them, and returned to the battle as it was the feast' - wrote Nicolay Raevsky in his report. Russian army officers, who often didn't have a Russian origin (Barclay de Tolly and Bagration would be the most striking examples), fought for Russia with such passion and courage that were admired even by their enemies.
€5.39
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1:72 Samurai Warriors-Cavalry

Article number: 500788025 Product: 1:72 Samurai Warriors-Cavalry Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 17 For the first time horses appeared in Japan in late IV - in early V century. They were brought from the Continent and were always highly valued. Only noble samurai (bushi) were taught riding. A rider applied archery, sword craft, spear skills and even art of weaponless combat. A mounted samurai used military art methods, specially adapted to his position on a moving horse. Trained horse felt its rider so well that instinctively, simultaneously with its rider's movements it jumped aside, rose on its hind legs, so that to raise its rider for striking, or furiously rushed into the battle. When one mounted samurai fought with another one, both riders used their horses' skills as much as possible, gaining advantage from their mobility and perfect movement coordination. Samurai Warriors-Cavalry
€9.99
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1:72 Samuray Warriors-Infantry

Article number: 500788017 Product: 1:72 Samuray Warriors-Infantry Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 44 The samurais (the military servants) were a Japanese privileged military estate. They lived according to their own code of honor, the bushido, the word meaning "the way of warrior". The main aim of the samurai was faithful service to his master, daime (prince) or a shogun (a military leader in Japan). The most spread weapons were the bow and the spear (yari). The sword was also a very important part of the samurai's armament. The most desperate and fine swordsmen were samurais armed with the nodati, a long two-handled sword. Even experienced warriors could hardly resist their attacks. Some samurais could use the naginata, a sword fastened to a long wooden stick. Masterly warriors combined a powerful hit of the long sword in attack and its defense qualities. But not only samurais took part in marches and battles. Many daimes recruited peasants, work-ing on their land, who wanted to take a military career, and taught them. These troops were called "ashigaru" (light-feeted) because they were lightly armored and could move quickly on the battle-field. In the middle of the XVI century there appeared fire weapons in the Japanese armies, harquebu- siers. This weapon was used both by samurais and ashigaru. It took only several days to teach a former peasant how to use a harquebus, so Shootings table later mostly ashigaru were armed with it. Each daime created his own army fighting with his flag. Each warrior had a special sign with her daime's coat of arms on his back. Noble samurais guarded their daime or served as junior commanders in his army. They had the strongest armor and were better warriors. Samuray Warriors-Infantry
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1:72 Sd.Kfz.184 "Ferdinand Tiger"

Article number: 500785041 Product: 1:72 Sd.Kfz.184 "Ferdinand Tiger" Originally developed in 1942/43 as heavy tank by Ferdinand Porsche, it was later converted to a tank destroyer. Totally 91 tanks were built and saw action on the Eastern Front and in Italy. Kit consists of 98 parts No glue required Flexible tracks Decals for 3 German tanks New tooling Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Sd.Kfz.184 "Ferdinand Tiger" in Scale 1:72
€9.99
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1:72 Self Propelled Gun ISU-152

Article number: 500785026 Product: 1:72 Self Propelled Gun ISU-152 Length of the model: 124 mm Parts: 120 - 4 sprues Features: This kit can be assembled without glue, nevertheless it includes all details needed for our usual high quality. Tracks are made of flexible plastic 4 sprues, 120 parts Decals: 3 Soviet units WWII New tooling This kit can be assembled without glue, nevertheless it includes all details needed for our usual high quality. Tracks are made of flexible plastic The ISU-152 was nicknamed Zveroboy ("Beast killer") during the WWII. Its 152-mm howitzer gun ML-20S of 1937/43 fired 44-kg projectiles with 6 kg of TNT. One shot of such shell could easily destroy a German Tiger or Panther tank, or blast to ruin an average-sized building or pillbox during a city combat. Detailed Plastic Model Kit of Model Self Propelled Gun ISU-152 in scale 1:72
€11.29
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1:72 Sov. Frontier Guards

Article number: 500786144 Product: 1:72 Sov. Frontier Guards Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 25 No glue required Soviet frontier guards were considered elite troops. Only the best recruits were picked for this service and they were extensively trained to be able to defend the Soviet border against all sorts of threat in any circumstances. In 1941 these troops were the first to meet the approaching German army and they managed to offer the enemy troops a valiant resistance. Contents: 4 unpainted figures - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card
€4.29
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1:72 Sov. MIL MI-17 HIP-H Helicopter

Article number: 500787253 Product: 1:72 Sov. MIL MI-17 HIP-H Helicopter Size: 25,5 cm Parts: 178 The helicopter Mi-8T was modernized in 70-th years. The helicopter was equipped with the new engines with a take-off power 1900 HP and many elements of the construction were also improved. The flight speed of Mi-8MT, this name was given to the new machine, was increased up to 250 km/h, ceiling - up to 5000 m, range - up to 500 km. The increased power capacity enabled to increase significantly the firepower due to the increase of onboard mounted armament, as well as the increase of the maneuverability of the machine. The kind of combat in Afghanistan has highlighted the acute dependence of the troops from helicopters. As the result Mi-8MT was issued a large series in the middle of 80-ies. MIL MI-17 Soviet Helicopte
€16.49
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1:72 Sov.Machine gun "UTES" w/Crew(mod.)

Article number: 500787411 Product: 1:72 Sov.Machine gun "UTES" w/Crew(mod.) Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 14 The Utes machinegun is designed to be used against lightly armored ground vehicles and targets in light cover. Its effective range is 1000 m. Contents: 3 unpainted figures 1 machine-gun - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card No glue required
€4.29
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1:72 Soviet 85 mm Anti-Aircraft-Gun

Article number: 500786148 Product: 1:72 Soviet 85 mm Anti-Aircraft-Gun Size: 8,5 cm Parts: 47 No glue required Soviet 85-mm anti-aircraft gun (designed in 1939) was widely used by Red army troops. These guns defended troops at front, administrative centers and factories. Anti-air divisions of Supreme High Command Reserve were armed with these guns. Effective range of 52-K guns was 10,5 km, so it could shoot at enemy planes at any height. 85-mm anti-aircraft guns could be used as anti-tank guns too. For example, the staff list of 1940 specified that 25 85-mm anti-aircraft guns (specifically for anti-tank use) were to be included in anti-tank artillery brigade. Its armor-piercing projectiles could pierce an 85 mm thick armor on a distance of up to 1 km. Contents: 4 unpainted soldiers 1 anti-aircraft gun - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card
€7.99
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1:72 Soviet airforce ground crew

Article number: 500786187 Product: 1:72 Soviet airforce ground crew Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 36 No glue required During the early stages of Red Army air force it was considered that all airplane maintenance should be done by the pilots themselves. However, time went on and planes became increasingly more complex. Soon it became obvious that pilots should concentrate on flying and all maintenance must be done by the ground crew. When pilot landed the plane, he entrusted it to his reliable comrade ' the ground crew mechanic. During day or night, regardless of weather conditions, these humble laborers did their indispensable work. Contents: 5 unpainted soldiers - 1 unit base with flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Soviet airforce ground crew in Scale 1:72
€4.29
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1:72 Soviet Heavy Tank IS-3

Article number: 500786194 Product: 1:100 Soviet Heavy Tank IS-3 Size: 9 cm Parts: 25 No glue required IS-3 is a Soviet heavy tank, developed during World War II. It was mass-produced in last days of war , but missed the opportunity to take part in it. That is why usually this vehicle is called first of after war Soviet tanks. Abbreviation IS means Iosif Stalin. It was official name of Soviet heavy tank series of 1943'1945. Index 3 refers to third serial tank model of that series. Due to specific shape of its prow it got nickname Shchuka (Pike). Contents: 1 unpainted tank 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detaillierter Plastikmodellbausatz des Modells Soviet Heavy Tank IS-3 im Maßstab 1:100
€3.99
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1:72 Soviet HQ WWII

Article number: 500786132 Product: 1/72 Soviet HQ WWII Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 14 No glue required The set will please you with both high level of detalisation, historical accuracy and ease of assemble. The gamers who collect Soviet army for World War II game will be able to add this unit to their forces. In 1941 the staff of RKKA regiment consisted of eleven men, nine of which were officers. The staff of the regiment was required to command the troops that were a part of the regiment and coordination of their actions with other troops nearby and superior command. The staff officers were armed mostly with sidearms. Contents: 4 unpainted figures - 1 unit base with flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of model Soviet HQ WWII in scale 1:72   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€4.19
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1:72 Soviet Machine-gun w/Crew (Winter)

Article number: 500786220 Product: 1:72 Soviet Machine-gun w/Crew (Winter) Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 30 No glue required Soviet 7,62mm machinegun Maxim with water cooling was the principle machinegun of the Red army and was extensively used during Great Patriotic war. It was belt-fed and used standard riffle ammo. The belt included 250 cartridges. The machinegun could fire up to 600 shots in a minute. To facilitate transporting of the heavy machinegun (its weight was about 70 kg) was used Sokolov's wheel carriage. The machinegun was used to fire at enemy infantry and vulnerable parts of enemy vehicles Contents: 4 unpainted figures 2 machine-guns - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card
€4.29
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1:72 Soviet PTRK "Metis"

Article number: 500787413 Product: 1:72 Soviet PTRK "Metis" Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 15 No glue required Anti-tank rocket launcher Metis (Saxhorn in NATO classification) may fire at any ground vehicles, either stationary or moving at speed of up to 60 km/h. Its effective range is 1000 m. Contents: 3 unpainted figures 1 missile system - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card
€4.19
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1:72 Soviet Regular Infantry 1941-42

Article number: 500786179 Product: 1/72 Soviet Regular Infantry 1941-42 Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 23 No glue required Infantry is the most ancient troop type. Yet even in the era when warfare is dominated by planes, tanks and heavy artillery infantry remains a necessary element in any army. In 1941, Soviet infantry entered World War II being inexperienced and sometimes ill-equipped, which led to several humiliating defeats. However, Soviet soldiers were fast to learn and eventually proved to be more than a match for their adversaries. Contents: 5 unpainted soldiers - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card
€4.29
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1:72 Soviet Snipers

Article number: 500786193 Product: 1/72 Soviet Snipers Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 25 No glue required From the beginning of World War II best shooters in Soviet regiments were picked and received further training as snipers. In early spring of 1942, a special sniper school was opened in Veshnyaki near Moscow. Soviet snipers were armed with Mosin or SVT rifles fitted with scopes. The Soviet snipers took part in many decisive battles and often played a crucial role in them. In particular they are famous for participation in the battle for Stalingrad. Contents: 5 unpainted soldiers - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card
€4.29
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1:72 SU-85 Sowjet. Self Propelled Gun

Article number: 530005062 Product: 1:72 SU-85 Sowjet. Self Propelled Gun Parts: 81 Size: 11,5 cm The Su-85 is a WWII medium-weight self-propelled artillery system and tank-destroyer. The Su-85 AFVs were successfully used in large numbers from September 1943 and until the end of World War II. These types of AFVs were manufactured at the Ural heavy machine production facility (Uralmash) between August 1943 and July 1944, with a total output of 2,337 SP vehicles. The 85 mm D-5S cannon allowed the SU-85 to effectively destroy medium tanks at distances of over one kilometer, while at closer ranges it was able to penetrate the armor plates of heavy tanks. Detailed plastic kit
€11.99
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1:72 Sukhoi SU-24M "Fencer-D"

Article number: 530007267 Product: 1:72 Sukhoi SU-24M "Fencer-D" Kit consists of 342 parts Tracks in segments Decals for 2 Soviet units Partially new tooling The SU-122 was a combination of the 122mm M-30S gun with the successful T-34 chassis. Between early 1943 and mid 1944, 1.150 vehicles were manufactured, which saw combat on the Eastern Front. The Suchoi Su-24M belongs to the 3rd generation of front-line jet bombers and is designed to launch missile and bomb strikes in all meteorological conditions, day and night, including low altitudes strikes to destroy ground targets. The selection of guided missile weapons has been expanded significantly, the aiming navigation system has been modernized, the combat range of the aircraft has been increased due to the installation of a in air refueling system. The Su-24M bomber was adopted by the Soviet Air Force in 1983 and established itself well during the military operations in Afghanistan. The bomber variant, designated Su-24MK, was exported to Iraq, Libya and Syria. Detailed Plastic Kit
€19.99
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1:72 Sukhoi SU-25 Frogfoot

Art.Nr. 500787227 Artikelbeschreibung: 1:72 Sukhoi SU-25 "Frogfoot" Size: 21 cm Parts: 84 This Soviet ground attack aircraft was de-veloped in the 1970s and is still in service in Russia and many other countries. Kit consists of 3 sprues and clear parts. Decal for Russian Air Force. Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Sukhoi SU-25 Frogfoot in Scale 1:72
€16.49
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1:72 Sukhoi SU-27 UB Flanker-C

Article number: 500787294 Product: 1:72 Sukhoi SU-27 UB Flanker-C The SU-27 forms the backbone of the modern Russian fighter fleet. The SU-27 UB – NATO code "Flanker-C" is a tandem-seat combat trainer. No.of parts: 235 Decals for 5 Russian units Model size: 31,4 cm Partially new tooling
€24.99
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1:72 Sukhoi SU-57

Article number: 500787319 Product: 1:72 Sukhoi SU-57 The most advanced Russian stealth fighter of the fifth-generation entered service in 2019. It will be the future backbone of the Russian Air Force. Some SU-57 were tested in the Syrian War. The Su-57 is a fifth generation Russian multi-purpose jet fighter developed by the Sukhoi design bureau. The new jet with stealth technology offers a number of unique features not found in the previous generations of fighters, combining the functions of an attack aircraft and a fighter in one platform. The plane can destroy air, land and ship targets as well as the enemy's aircraft control systems. The Su-57 made its maiden flight on January 29, 2010 in Komsomolsk-on-Amur and entered service with the Russian Air Force in 2019.
€24.99
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1:72 Sukkoi SU-33 Russian Naval Fighter

Article number: 500787297 Product: 1/72 Sukkoi SU-33 Russian Naval Fighter Size: 30 cm Parts: 247 Su-33 (factory code T-10K, initially known as the Su-27K, NATO-codename: Flanker-D) is a Russian fourth-generation carrier-based air superiority fighter developed for the Russian Navy. The fighter officially entered service in summer of 1998: by that time it had already been improved for 9 years. A series of unsuccessful experiments allowed to create the first domestic production aircraft, able to land on the deck of an aircraft carrier. Compared with the prototype, the Su-33 has larger folding wings, up-to-date navigation equipment, higher thrust to weight ratio, increased weapons load, and is air refuelable. Due to these unchallenged advantages the Su-33 became the most powerful ship-based fighter in the world. Actually it is in service with the Russian "Admiral Kuznezow" heavy aviation cruiser. Detailed Plastic Kit of model Sukkoi SU-33 Russian Naval Fighter in scale 1:72
€22.49
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1:72 Swed. Artillery s/Crew Cha.XII

Article number: 500788066 Product: 1:72 Schwed. Artillerie m.Fig. Cha.XII Parts: 40 Size: 2,4 cm Kit consists of 5 guns, 1 ammunition wagon, 6 horses and 37 soldiers in 12 different poses The Swedish field artillery was created during the Thirty Years' War (1618-1648) by the great military reformer king Gustav II Adolf. Following the Dutch pattern he established the unification of all artillery cannon calibers. The king also created regimental artillery which operates in battle formations with infantry. These Reforms had excellent results. Starting from the battle of Breitenfeld (1631) the Swedish field artillery became the decisive factor for many of Gustav II Adolf victories. The Swedish cannons were manufactured with remarkable quality, especially the iron ones. Christopher Polhem, a Swedish scientist and industrialist, created perfect sights and instruments for vertical aiming Detailed Plastic Kit of model Swedish Artillery of Charles XII (17th-18th century) in scale 1:72
€11.99
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1:72 Swedish Dragoons 17-18th cty

Article number: 500788057 Product: 1:72 Swedish Dragoons 17-18th cty Parts: 18 Size: 2,4 cm Kit consists of 18 cavalrymen with horses in 8 different poses. The Swedish army was the first to start forming an active cavalry from members of the lower classes, which ensured great discipline based on ultimate subordination to the commanders. Detailed Plastic Kit of model Swedish Dragoons 17-18th cty in scale 1:72
€9.99
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1:72 T-14 Armata Russian Battle Tank

Article number: 500785056 Product: 1:72 T-14 Armata Russian Battle Tank The T-14 Armata, manufactured by Uralvagonzavod, is the future main battle tank of the Russian Army. Main armament consists of a 125mm smoothbore gun. Kit consists of 151 parts Flexible tracks Classic plastic kit Decals for 2 Russian units New tooling Detailed Plastic Kit of Model T-14 Armata Russian Battle Tank in Scale 1:72
€16.99
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1:72 T-15 TBMP"Armata"Russ.heavy infant.

Article number: 500785057 Product: 1:72 T-15 TBMP"Armata"Russ.heavy infant. - Kit consists of 145 parts - Semi-flexible tracks - Decals for various Russian units and parade version - NEW TOOLING The T-15 is a future Russian infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) based on the Armata multipurpose tracked platform. It was first shown at the Victory Parade in Moscow in 2015. The T-15 IFV has a tank armor level and Afganit active protection, which allows to operate in combination with Armata T-14 tanks. Armed with Cornet ATGM missiles and anti-aircraft guns, the T-15 has the possibility to effectively attack both land and air targets. For today, it is the best protected infantry-fighting vehicle in the world. Detailed plastic model kit   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€16.99
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1:72 T-34/85 Soviet Medium Tank WWII

Article number: 500785039 Product: 1/72 T-34/85 Soviet Medium Tank WWII Size: 11 cm Parts: 66 No glue required This is the latest version of T-34, one of the best tank of WWII. It is armed with a 85-mm anti-tank gun, able to successfully fight the newest German tank in the late stages of WWII. Detailed Plastic Kit of model T-34/85 Soviet Medium Tank WWII in scale 1:72
€10.79
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1:72 T-35 Soviet Heavy Tank WWII

Article number: 500785061 Product: 1:72 T-35 Soviet Heavy Tank WWII No.of parts: 237 Flexible tracks Decals of one Soviet unit Model size: 13,5 cm New tooling T-35 — the Soviet heavy tank of the interwar period. It was developed during 1931–1932 by the engineers of a specialized design bureau under the general supervision of N.V. Barykov. T-35 was a five-turret heavy tank of classic layout, with gun and machine-gun armaments and bulletproof armoring, and was intended to support infantry formations during breakthrough of the enemy's fortified positions. The T-35 is the world’s only five-turret tank in serial production. It was used during early stages of WWII , but soon obsolete against the modern German tanks.
€15.99
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1:72 Tank Battle (AoT) WWII

Article number: 5007862222 Product: 1:72 Tank Battle (AoT) WWII Experience tense and exciting tank battles on the Russian Front! Massive steel behemots from the two most powerful armies of World War II clash on the battlefields of Eastern Europe. Can you lead your tank company to victory? Tank combat uses the Art of Tactic system – featuring hidden orders and simultaneous play – for an exciting wargame experience unlike any other. You can play Tank Combat on it’s own, or add it to any other Art of Tactic game to create bigger and more exciting battles!
€24.79
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1:72 TOPOL "M" Missile Launcher

Article number: 500785003 Product: 1:72 TOPOL "M" Missile Launcher Size: 31 cm Parts: 309 The production of the Topol mobile ballistic missile started in 1985, and nowadays they are the main component of Russian strategic nuclear war potential. This mobile ICBM is mounted on a 7-axle heavy truck MAZ-7917, capable to move through any off-road terrain and attaining a speed up to 60 km/h on a highways. The truck moves all the time during patrolling, and a missile can be launched from any point of the route - this makes it difficult for the enemy to detect it's position. The missile can be readied to launch in 2 min after the order was received. The three stage rocket can deliver a nuclear warhead of 0.55 mt up to 10 000 km and has the complete complex of anti-missile defense breaching devices. Currently the Topol missile guaranteed term of service is 21 years.
€34.49
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1:72 U.S. Modern Infantry

Article number: 500787407 Product: 1/72 U.S. Modern Infantry This kit includes 5 figures in 4 poses. Can be assembled without glue. New tooling! The basic unit of the U.S. Army during the 1990’s was the motorized or mechanized infantry squad, normally composed of nine men split into two teams. These soldiers were trained to perform a variety of tasks when dismounted from their vehicle. This dismounted team includes a squad leader, an anti-armor specialist, a squad automatic weapon (SAW) gunner, and two soldiers equipped with M16A1 assault rifles. Suitable for use with Hot War! This kit includes five unpainted plastic models of U.S. infantry soldiers from the 1990’s, equipped with a variety of weapons. Some assembly required. Models can be mounted on individual bases, or combined on a larger unit base. Includes unit flag and unit card for use with the Hot War game.
€4.29
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1:72 Vikings

Article number: 530008046 Product: 1:72 Vikings Parts: 41 Size: 2,4 cm Vikings denote ship-born warriors who originated in Scandinavia and from the late 8th century raided the coastal lands of Europe and founded there their settlements. Owing to the Norsemen expansion the period from the 8th to 11th centuries is referred to by historians as the Viking Age. The Vikings formed troops and made long sea voyages. Victims of their raids were England and Ireland, France and North Germany, The Iberian Peninsula and South Italy. They even penetrated into Byzantium and Eastern Europe. Even amid the native fiords of Scandinavia Vikings' violence led to continual internecine clashes between troops of different jarls.
€9.99
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1:72 War Elephants

Article number: 500788011 Product: 1:72 War Elephants Size: 6,6 cm Parts: 9 This set includes two elephants – Indian and African – plus handlers and soldiers. The armies of Alexander first encountered elephants when they engaged the army of Emperor Por of India. The fighting towers were first put into use by Pyrrhus, the King Epirus. Since then, elephants with fighting towers were adopted by almost all armies of the Hellenic nations of Europe and Asia – including the Roman Army. War Elephants
€12.99
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1:72 WW I Figure-Set Ger. Infantry

Article number: 500788083 Product: 1/72 WWI Figure-Set German Infantry Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 41 Germany entered World War I on August 1, 1914, declaring war on Russia, on August 3 and 4 war was declared on France and the British Empire. The Germans fought in the Western, Eastern, Italian, and Balkan Fronts. The German infantry was armed with Mauser 98 standard magazine rifles, along with Mauser, Luger, and Dreyse pistols. Beginning in 1916, the Germans used Stielhandgranate antipersonnel grenades. The MG 08 heavy machine gun, which was a German version of the Maxim gun, was used to support infantrymen. It was especially effective during the so-called Trench Warfare, frightening the Entente infantry attacks. The MP18, Germany's first submachine gun was designed and adopted into service by the end of WWI.
€9.99
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1:72 WW I Figure-Set Ger. Infantry

Article number: 530008083 Product: 1:72 WW I Figure-Set Ger. Infantry Content: 41 figures in 10 different poses Before World War I a sentence was widely used that if somewhere two Germans will meet then they would speak about the famous three " K": Kaiser, Krieg, Kanonen (Emperor, War, Cannons). And it was Germany with its assiduous and disciplined army, with its knowledge of military tactics, which sent to the battlefields of World War I the most disciplined and reliable infantry.   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€9.99
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1:72 WWII Fig.-Set Ger.Mach.gun-Crew (4)

Article number: 500786106 Product: 1:72 WWII Fig.-Set Ger.Mach.gun-Crew (4) Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 24 No glue required This universal machinegun was designed by Rheinmetall AG company, and considerable experience of using machineguns during World War I was taken into account. It was the first general-purpose machinegun: it could be mounted on a bipod and be operated by a mobile soldier, or mounted on a tripod to fire at both ground and air units. Contents: 4 unpainted figures 2 machine-guns 2 unit bases with flags 2 unit cards
€4.29
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1:72 WWII Fig.-Set Sov.Mach.gun-Crew (4)

Article number: 500786104 Product: 1:72 WWII Fig.-Set Sov.Mach.gun-Crew (4) Snap Kit - No glue required!! Included: 4 figures in 2 poses and 2 Maxim machine guns Zvezda presents a new line of WWII 1/72 scale figures! The figures are made by polystyrene and can be glued, painted to the modelers choice. Figures are packaged in small boxes. This new line is also designed for younger modelers and wargamers. A special card is included for wargamers.
€4.49
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1:72 WWII Figure-Set Ger. Infantry (10)

Article number: 500786105 Product: 1:72 WWII Figure-Set Ger. Infantry (10) Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 28 No glue required In 1941 German army was at the peak of its power. Well-trained and equipped infantry was the backbone of German army. Infantry divisions of Wehrmacht were prepared to accomplish any task. It was the ruthless efficiency of these troops that enabled the achievements of German army at the beginning of World War II. Contents: 10 unpainted figures 2 unit bases with flags 2 unit cards
€4.29
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1:72 WWII Ger. 81 mm Mortar w/ Crew

Article number 500786111 Product: 1:72 WWII Ger. 81 mm Mortar w/ Crew Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 24 No glue required 81-mm mortar was one of the weapons used by German infantry battalions. During World War II the mortar proved to be a reliable infantry support weapon. Contents: 4 unpainted figures 2 mortars - 1 unit card   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€4.29
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1:72 WWII Ger. Fighter Focke Wolf 190 A4

Article number: 500787304 Product: 1:72 WWII Ger. Fighter Focke Wolf 190 A4 Size: 13,8 Parts: 24 The Fw 190 А-4 appeared in 1942. The first massive use of Fw 190 A-4s in the USSR was on the Kursk arch in July 1943, when these aircrafts were adopted by the JG 51 squadron. No glue required
€8.79
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1:72 WWII Ger. MBT Tiger I Click-Kit

Article number: 500785002 Product: 1:72 WWII Ger. MBT Tiger I Click-Kit Size: 11 cm Parts: 63 No glue required The German heavy tank 'Tiger' had been manufactured during only two years - since August of 1942 till August 1944, but it stayed unforgettable in the story of the World War II. Almost impenetrable front armor in combination with excellent sight and powerful long range 88mm gun KwK 36 made 'Tiger' the most dangerous opponent when fighting at long distance, because enemy's tanks were not able to fire effectively at such range. Tiger I 1:35
€10.99
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1:72 WWII Ger. Pzkmpfw. V Panther Ausf.D

Length of the model: 125 mm parts: 97 All new tooling! After the invasion in the USSR German tank units faced the Soviet KV and T-34 tanks, which proved to be difficult to fight for the majority of German tanks in 1941. Already on 25 November 1941. The companies Daimler-Benz and MAN were ordered to develop a new tank as a response to the Soviet T-34/76, using some engineering solutions of the Soviet tank. MAN has completed development of its prototype in early February 1942, and in June-July 1942 it was accepted for production under the name "Panther". The Sd.Kfz.171 Panther was one of the most important German heavy tanks of WWII with over 6000 pro-duced. Our kit can be assembled without glue – nevertheless all details are faithfully reproduced. Tracks made of flexible plastic Decals for 2 German Units.
€10.99
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1:72 WWII Ger.Fig.Messerschmitt BF-109F2

Article number: 500787302 Product: 1:72 WWII Ger.Fig.Messerschmitt BF-109F2 Size: 12,8 cm Parts: 42 Bf 109F was introduced in 1941 and became instantly the best liked variant of this fighter by its pilots for combat performance. Powered by a DB 601H engine (1200 hp), the aircraft reached 537 km / h at the sea level. This speed and its excellent climbing rate at low altitude, "Friedrich", as a the new Messerschmitt modification was called, was superior to most enemy fighters of that period. No glue required
€8.79
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1:72 WWII German 2cm Flak 38

Article number: 500786117 Product: 1:72 WWII German 2cm Flak 38 Size: 3 cm Parts: 20 No glue required 20-mm anti-aircraft gun Flak-38 was produced for a decade - from 1935 to 1945. It saw service during all stages of World War II. The gun was designed chiefly to shoot at low-flying targets. CONTENTS: 2 unpainted soldiers 1 anti-aircraft gun - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€4.29
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1:72 WWII German 75-mm Infantry Gun

Article number: 500786156 Product: 1:72 WWII German 75-mm Infantry Gun Size: 4,1 cm Parts: 22 No glue required The 7,5 cm leichtes Infanteriegesch'tz 18 (or 7.5 cm le.IG 18) was developed by Rheinmetall in the 1920s to provide close artillery support for infantry units. This effective and reliable short-barreled gun would remain in production from 1932 until the end of the war, with over 12,000 units made. This gun was normally served by a five-man crew The le.IG 18 featured a split-trail carriage that could be used to tow the gun, then broken into two rails to proved a more stable firing platform. It also had an armored shield to protect the crew when the weapon was deployed. It fired a shell weighing 6 kilograms at a rate up to 12 rounds per minute and a maximum range of more than 3500 meters. Contents: 2 unpainted figures 1 gun - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card
€4.29
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1:72 WWII German Gun Pak-36 w/Crew

Article number: 500786114 Product: 1/72 WWII Warg. AOn Ger.Gun Pak-36 w/Crew Snap Kit - No glue required!! Contains 1 Gun, 2 figures and base
€4.29
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1:72 WWII German Howitzer leFH-18

  Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€4.29
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1:72 WWII German Motorcycle R-12

Article number: 500786142 Product: 1:72 WWII German Motorcycle R-12 Size: 3,3 cm Parts: 20 No glue required BMW started making motorcycles in the 1920s, and the German military quickly saw their value for communications and reconnaissance thanks to their high-speed and excellent maneuverability. All told, BMW would deliver some 36,000 R-12 motorcycles to the German military by the time they invaded the Soviet Union in 1941. Equipped with a 2-cylindar 745cc engine, the R12 could manage speeds up to 100 kilometers per hour and had a range of more than 250 kilometers. Many were fitted with a sidecar, allowing the motorcycle to handle up to three passengers. The sidecar could also be used as a mount for a 7.92mm machinegun, creating a mobile infantry support weapon. The R12 motorcycle proved to be a reliable vehicle that was popular with the German Wehrmacht. They would serve in every front of the war, from the frozen Russian steppe to the blazing Sahara desert. Contents: 2 unpainted soldiers 1 motorcycle - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card
€4.29
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1:72 WWII German Reconnaiss. Team

Article number: 500786153 Product: 1:72 WWII German Reconnaiss. Team Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 22 No glue required Reconnaissance teams are the eyes and ears of the modern army. In the German army, these teams were typically small groups of specially-trained soldiers who were sent to operate behind enemy lines. In addition to collecting information about enemy troop deployments, these teams could intercept enemy communications, sabotage vulnerable sites, and act as secret observers for artillery fire and airstrikes. Under the Geneva and Hague Conventions, recon teams are not considered spies, as long as they are in uniform. But since the survival of these small teams was dependent upon avoiding contact with the enemy, they were often equipped with special camouflage uniforms, different from those worn by regular troops. Contents: 4 unpainted soldiers - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card
€4.29
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1:72 WWII German Sturmpioniere

Article number: 500786110 Product: 1:72 WWII German Sturmpioniere Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 22 No glue required Engineering troops were responsible for installing and removing of barbed wire, mines and dragon's tooth as well as demolishing all sorts of obstacles. German sturmpioniere also used flamethrowers and mines to assault enemy fortifications. Contents: 4 unpainted figures 8 engineering fortifications - 1 unit card
€4.29
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1:72 WWII Sov. Bomber PE-8 Petlyakov

Article number: 500787264 Product: 1:72 WWII Sov. Bomber PE-8 Petlyakov Size: 32 cm Parts: 305 The maiden flight of the first Pe-8 prototype was in December 1936. With a wingspan of 39 m and length of 23 m the giant aircraft had a speed of up to 405 km/h. Carrying 2 000 kg of bomb- load, the bomber could repulse attacks of enemy fighters by cannons and machine-gun fire. On the night of August 8, 1941, Pe- 8 squadrons bombed Berlin for the first time. In the battle of Kursk the bombers were successfully used to bomb the Germany Army. Pe-8s were used for bombardments of Koenigsberg fortifications. The Pe-8 was the most perfect Soviet long distance bomber. Only 93 aircraft were produced. PE-8 Sowj.Bomber 1/72
€27.49
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1:72 WWII Sov. MBT T34/76 Click-Kit

Article number: 500785001 Product: 1:72 WWII Rus. KPz T34/76 Snap-Fit Size: 11 cm Parts: 63 No glue required By the year 1943, the Wehrmacht already possessed a noticeable number of heavy tanks, which were superior in firepower and armor plating to the Soviet 1940-1942 T-34 tanks. These included not only the new Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger and Panzerkampfwagen V Panther, but also modernized Panzer IV late series. The improvement of the combat qualities of the T-34 rose particularly sharp at the beginning of the 1943 Summer offensive. In that period the longer barreled 76 mm F-34 gun was mounted on the T-34, which was unmatched until end of 1942. In 1943, a series of massive improvements of the T-34 went forward, starting with the cast turret. However, only few of these tanks can be found in army museums today.
€10.99
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1:72 WWII Soviet 76-mm Gun

Article number: 500786145 Product: Size: 4,1 cm Parts: 23 No glue required The 76,2-mm Soviet infantry gun was designed to support infantry on battlefield. It was the first mass-produced heavy gun created in Soviet Union. The gun's production lasted from 1928 to 1943 and the total number of these guns produced is about 18000. The 76,2-mm guns took part in many pre-World War II conflicts as well as in World War II itself. Contents: 2 unpainted soldiers 1 anti-tank gun - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card
€4.29
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1:72 WWII Soviet A-Aircr. Gun w/Crew

Article number: 500786115 Product: 1:72 WWII Soviet A-Aircr. Gun w/Crew Size: 7,8 cm Parts: 36 No glue required Anti-aircraft guns were first developed during World War I. During pre-World War II period there was an opinion that a gun should be universal, i.e. capable of firing at both air and ground targets. Soviet army command didn't support this view, however, Soviet anti-aircraft guns' construction allowed firing at a low angle. During World War II, practice has shown, that the theory was actually right. In various defensive operations, from battle for Moscow in 1941 to Battle of Kursk in 1943 Soviet anti-aircraft guns were equally efficient against enemy tanks and enemy planes. Contents: 2 unpainted soldiers 1 anti-aircraft gun - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card
€4.29
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1:72 WWII Soviet M30 Howitzer

  Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
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1:72 WWII Soviet Reconnaissance Team

Article number: 500786137 Product: 1:72 WWII Soviet Reconnaissance Team Size: 2,4 cm Parts: 17 No glue required In 1941 Soviet reconnaissance troops were well-equipped, but lacked any combat experience and often failed to acquire important information in time. It has lead to several German surprise attacks with severe consequences. However, by 1942 Soviet reconnaissance troops became more proficient and the number of unpleasant surprises to Soviet command dramatically decreased. A year later, the reconnaissance troops have reached the peak of their efficiency. By that time Germans had almost no chance to surprise Soviet troops. Contents: 4 unpainted soldiers - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€4.29
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1:72 WWII Tank JS-2 Stalin

Article number: 500785011 Product: 1:72 WWII Tank JS-2 Stalin Parts: 118 Size: 13,8 cm New tooling! No glue required! The abbreviation IS stands for "Joseph Stalin", and 2 indicates that this tank is the second in the IS series. IS-2 was one of the best tanks in the world of that time. Its D-25T 122-mm gun was the most powerful serial tank gun during the World War II, and its heavy motor (120 mm at the front) could resist German "Tiger" projectiles. The IS-2 was originally created as a response to the German Tiger.
€10.99
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1:72 WWII Yak-3 Soviet Fighter

Article number: 500787301 Product: 1/72 WWII Yak-3 Soviet Fighter Size: 11,8 cm Parts: 46 The light and maneuverable Yak-3 was in-troduced in 1944 and became a symbol for the Soviet Air Force in WWII. Zvezda introduces with this kit a new series of 1/72 planes which can be assembled with-out the use of glue, but still maintains the usual high quality. Box contains 2 sprues 2 versions of decals: Soviet Air Force and Normandy-Niemen New tooling!
€8.79
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1:72 YAK-130

Article number: 500787307 Product: 1:72 YAK-130 Size: 16 cm Parts: 176 The Yak-130 is a unique training aircraft of the new generation, intended for training pilots of the fourth and fifth generation planes. The outstanding flight characteristics of the Yak-130 allow the training of pilots of modern fighters such as Su-27, MiG-29, Su-25, Su-30, F-16, F-15, F-16, F-22, F-35, Mirage , Harrier and others. In addition to the unique training capabilities, the Yak-130 can be used as a light attack, reconnaissance, fighter-bomber and electronic warfare aircraft. By the combination of characteristics, capabilities and cost, this aircraft is unique in its role. Detailed Plastic Kit of model YAK-130 in scale 1:72
€19.49
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1:72 Zis - 3 Soviet Gun

Article number: 500786253 Product: 1/72 Zis - 3 Soviet Gun Size: 8,6 cm Parts: 32 No glue required Soviet 76-mm anti-tank gun ZiS-3 was developed during 1941. In February of 1942 it was officially adopted for Red army service. Mass production of this gun began in the same year. ZiS-3 was capable of piercing armor of a majority of German light and medium tanks. The gun was also noted for its reliability and durability. ZiS-3 guns were also easy in manufacturing, and vast numbers of these guns could be produced in short amount of time. In fact, the total amount of ZiS-3 guns produced during World War II is slightly less than 50000. Contents: 3 unpainted soldiers 1 anti-tank gun - 1 unit base with flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Zis - 3 Soviet Gun in Scale 1:72
€4.29
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1:144 Tupolew TU-134 UBL Training plane

Article number: 530007036 Product: 1:144 Tupolew TU-134 UBL Training plane Kit consists of 63 parts Decals for 3 Russian planes Partially new tooling The TU-134 UBL is a variant of the civilian TU-134 with a nose of the supersonic bomber TU-22M. Totally 90 planes were built, from 1981 – 1984. Some of them are still in service with the Russian forces. Detailed plastic kit
€17.99
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1:72 MIL MI-8 Rescue Helicopter

Article number: 500787254 Product: 1:72 MIL MI-8 Rescue Helicopter Kit consists of 150 parts Decals for 2 Russian units Search and rescue variant of the famous Russian helicopter, the most produced in the world. Detailed plastic kit
€16.99
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1:72 Scythian cavalry V - III B.C.

Article number: 530008069 Product: 1:72 Scythian Cavalry VI-III B.C. Kit consists of 18 warriors on horse in 8 different poses. Scythians were nomadic people, dominating for centuries the Eurasian steppe, fighting several conflicts with Persians, Assyrians and Macedonians. Detailed plastic kit
€10.49
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1:72 T-28 Soviet heavy tank WWII

Article number: 530005064 Product: 1:72 T-28 Soviet heavy tank WWII Kit consists of 201 parts Tracks in segments Decal for one Soviet unit New tooling About 500 T-28 were manufactured from 1933 – 1941. First combat use was the Soviet Finnish Winter War 1939. In 1941 some T-28 took part in the defense of Moscow and Leningrad. Detailed plastic kit
€16.99
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1/35 T-34/76 mod. 1943 Uralmash

Article number: 500783689 Product: 1:35 T/34/76 mod. 1943 Uralmash In the Summer of 1942 the situation on the Stalingrad front was extremely desperate, the city was on the verge of being abandoned to the German troops, with a threatened shutdown of the tank factory. The manufacturing was moved to other factories and the production started at the Uralmashzavod (UZTM) plant by October 1, 1942. Since the plant's capacity was not enough to increase the output of cast turrets, an alternative solution was found : stamping of turrets with a 10,000t press. In October 1942 the serial production of stamped turrets started. These new turrets were called "sand molds" because of their rounded form. UZTM continued to make the stamped turrets until March 1944, and according to the plant report, 2050 turrets were shipped.
€22.99
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1:100 Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger Henschel

Article number: 500786204 Product: 1/100 Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger Henschel Parts: 17 No glue required The King Tiger was the heaviest production tank of World War 2. With its powerful long barreled 88mm gun it was capable of destroying a Sherman tank from a 3,500 m distance. The King Tigers were issued to the army in February, 1944, and were first used in combat already in May, in battles near Minsk. Two companies equipped with these formidable machines participated in the Battle of Normandy, during the D-Day. The King Tiger operated by the experienced crew was the most dangerous enemy for any tank. Contents: 1 unpainted tank 1 unit flag Card for wargame can be downloaded from website: www.art-of-tactic.com Detailed Plastic Kit of model Sd.Kfz.182 King Tiger Henschel in scale 1:100
€4.29
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1:144 Boeing 787-9

Article number: 500787021 Product: 1:144 Boeing 787-9 Size: 43,6 Parts: 83 This is a version of the famous 787-8 Dreamliner (Zvezda 7008) with elongated fuselage. The first deliveries started in 2014 and it is currently in service with many airlines. The 787-9 can seat up to 420 passengers and has a max. range of 14.000 km. Detailed Plastic Kit of Model Boeing 787-9 in Scale 1:144
€21.99
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1:144 Ekranoplan A-90

Article number: 500787016 Product: 1/144 Ekranoplan A-90 Size: 40,1 cm Parts: 38 Decals for 2 Soviet/Russian planes. The A-90 Orlyonok is a ground effect vehicle designed in the Design Bereau of Rostislav Alexeev, designer of the famous passenger hydrofoil highspeed ships Raketa, Meteor and others. Orlyonok was intended to air drop forces with a range of 1,500 km range and a speed up to 500 km/h. With a speed like an aircraft, the Ekranoplan has ship-like carrying capacity. The front end of the Orlyonok can open sideways and take on board up to 200 fully equipped marines or two armored vehicles (tanks, APC or IFV). A-90 is not affected by sea mines and other obstructions because it flies several meter above water level or other reatively flat surface and can land on a beach. Three such ground effect units were built, the firs of them entered service with the Soviet Naval Aviation in 1977.
€22.99
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1:144 Ilyushin IL-62 M

Article number: 500787013 Product: 1:144 Ilyushin IL-62 M Size: 36,9 cm Parts: 139 The first Soviet intercontinental jet airliner IL-62 entered service in 1967. IL-62 was developed according to the Aeroflot's requirement for an aircraft capable of nonstop flights from Moscow to Khabarovsk - through the whole country - or from Moscow to Havana, the capital of socialist Cuba, the Russian ally of that time. This is the reason why the IL-62M had a maximum range of over 11,000 km. The aircraft broke several world speed and range records, and in 1975 it made a flight from Moscow to Seattle (USA) over the North Pole. IL-62M served as the Soviet Air Force One for several decades and was the lead aircraft of the USSR aircraft industry.
€28.49
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1:35 2S35 "Koalitsiya-SV" Russian self-p

Article number: 500783677 Product: 1:35 2S35 "Koalitsiya-SV" Russian self-p Kit consists of 462 parts Track in segments Decals for Victory Day Parade Model length: 399 mm New tooling This most recent heavy artillery system was shown the first time at the Victory Parade 2015 and is in service with the Russian Army since 2016. It´s 152mm gun can reach a maximum range of 40km with special ammunition. Detailied static model kit   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.
€39.99
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1:35 BA-3

Article number: 500783546 Product: 1:35 BA-3 WA Model length 155 mm Kit consists of 5 sprues with 137 parts Flexible tires Decals for one Soviet unit Detailed Plastic Kit of Model BA-3 in Scale 1:35
€16.49
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1:35 GAZ - AA

Article number: 500783602 Product: 1:35 GAZ - AA Length of the model: 150 mm Kit consists of 8 sprues with flexible tires and clear parts Decals for one Soviet truck On 29 January of 1932 the first GAZ-AA truck was produced, the most numerous truck of the World War 2. For its 1.5 ton cargo capacity, people called it "Polutorka" ("one and a half"). The truck was incredibly durable, easily maintained, with excellent all terrain capabilities, and running on low octane fuel. The legendary "Polutorka", together with the T-34 tank and the Katyusha rocket launcher, became one of the great symbols of the Great Patriotic War. Detailed Plastic Kit of model GAZ - AA in scale 1:35
€16.99
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1:35 Mod. Sov.Self-propel.Gun ISU-152

Article number: 500783532 Product: 1:35 Mod. Sov.Self-propel.Gun ISU-152 Length of the model: 255 mm Parts: 200 The ISU-152 was an exceptionally powerful self-propelled artillery weapon and was developed from the IS-2 heavy tank during WW II. The vehicle was widely employed against German tanks – including the Tigers – and in the fire suppression role. The ISU-152 was also used to attack fortified emplacements such as concrete bunkers. Sov.Self-propel.Gun ISU-152
€20.49
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1:35 Panzer IV Ausf.E (Sd.Kfz.161) Germ.

Article number: 500783641 Product: 1:35 Panzer IV Ausf.E (Sd.Kfz.161) Germ. Armed with a 7.5cm KWk37/24 gun, the Ausf.E was an early version of Panzer IV, manufactured 1940/41. It saw combat mainly on the Eastern Front and North Africa. No of parts: 546 Tracks in segments Partially new tooling Detailed Plastic Kit of model Panzer IV Ausf.E (Sd.Kfz.161) German medium tank WWII in scale 1:35
€31.99
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1:35 Panzer IV Ausf.H (SD.Kfz 161/2)

Article number: 500783620 Product: 1:35 Panzer IV Ausf. H Length of the model: 205 mm The most widely manufactured German tank was the medium Panzer IV. It was in serial production from 1937 to 1945. During this period Krupp and other factories produced 8,686 such fighting vehicles. The Pz. IVH variant which appeared in April of 1943 became the most widespread model and was notable for its improved armor (at the front 80 mm). The 75mm KwK.40 L/48 gun allowed to fight effectively enemy tanks of similar classes. Detailed Plastic Kit of model Panzer IV Ausf.H (SD.Kfz 161/2) in scale 1:35
€31.99
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1:35 SU-100 Soviet tank destroyer WWII

Article number: 500783688 Product: 1:35 SU-100 Soviet tank destroyer WWII Partially new tooling Based on the T-34, this tank destroyer armed with a 100mm gun saw extensive use in the Soviet Union and its allies during and after WWII. No. of parts: 289 Tracks in segments Decals for 2 Soviet units Detailed Plastic Kit of model SU-100 Soviet tank destroyer WWII in scale 1:35
€22.99
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