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Boyevaya Mashina Pekhoty 2
£14.00
£15.00
Russian Armoured Personnel Carrier
£15.00
Russian Armoured Personnel Carrier
£8.00
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 Main Battle Tank
£18.00
BMP 2
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Turret.

The BMP-2 is an infantry fighting vehicle in service with the Soviet/Russian Army since 1980.

The BMP-2 carries 7 troops and has a crew of 3. It is armed with a 2A42 30 mm autocannon and the 9P135M ATGM launcher capable of firing guided anti-tank missiles such as the Fagot or Konkurs.

It weighs 14.3 tonnes and is capable o 65kmh on road or 45km off road.
Boyevaya Mashina Pekhoty 2
£14.00
BTR 60 PA
Model comes as on parts.

The BTR-60 is an eight-wheeled APC which entered Soviet service in 1961.

The 60 PA had a crew of 2 and carried 16 personnel. 

The PA version was produced between 1966 and 1976. It could travel at 80kph on road and 10kph in water. It had an armoured roof over the troop compartment and could be itted with a 7.62mm machine gun.
£15.00
BTR 60 PB
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Turret.

The BTR-60 is an eight-wheeled APC which entered Soviet service in 1961.

The 60 PB had a crew of 3 and carried 14 personnel. It has a turret fitted with a 14.5mm KPVT heavy machine gun and a 7.62 coaxial KPVT machine gun.

The PB version was produced between 1966 and 1976. It could travel at 80kph on road and 10kph in water.
Russian Armoured Personnel Carrier
£15.00
BTR-40
Model comes as 1 part.

The BTR-40 is a our-wheeled armoured personnel carrier and reconnaissance vehicle.

8,500 were produced between 1950 and 1960. It had a crew of 2 and carried 8 personnel. It could be fitted with up to 3 7.62SGMB medium machine guns as it had 3 pintle mounts.

It served in over 30 armies throughout the world including Russia, China, Afghanistan, Cambodia, Hungary, Somalia, Uganda and many others.


Russian Armoured Personnel Carrier
£8.00
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-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
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