Military Models

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1/35 R.O.K. Army K9 Thunder Self-Propelled Howitzer

$41.99ITEM: ACY13219

1/35 R.O.K. Army K9 Thunder Self-Propelled Howitzer

Overview:

Overview: The K9 Thunder is a South Korean self-propelled 155 mm howitzer designed and developed by the Agency for Defense Development and Samsung Aerospace Industries for the Republic of Korea Armed Forces, and is now manufactured by Hanwha Defense. K9 howitzers operate in groups with the K10 automatic ammunition resupply vehicle variant. The entire K9 fleet operated by the ROK Armed Forces is now undergoing upgrades to K9A1 standard, and a further development of a K9A2 variant is in process.

Features:

Features: - Accurately reproduced 155mm Howitzer and suspension - Hatches can be positioned open or closed - 3 figures included

1/35 M3 Stuart Honey

$29.49ITEM: ACY13270

1/35 M3 Stuart Honey

Overview:

Overview: The British named the M3 "General Stuart" upon receipt of the tank under the Lend-Lease program in June of 1941. The tank's ability to "shoot and scoot" we well as keeping the crew safe from small arms fire, earned an affectionate of "Honey" by its operators. The British cavalry men like this tank since it can travel 10 to 20 mph faster than their own or enemy tanks, and for its ease of maintenance. The M3 were designed to replace the outdated M2s. The M3 incorporated a thicker armor, lengthened hull, and trailer idler wheel to act as another road wheel to decrease ground pressure and improve weight distribution. The M3 turret has three pistol ports and shortened recoil mechanism. It was also equipped with a 37mm M6 gun, which was adequate early in the warm byt by 1942, the German counterparts far surpassed the range of the M3. The narrow width of the M3 could nat accommodate a larger gun. The M3A1 was fitted with a Westinghouse gyrostabilizer, a turret basket and Oil Gear hydraulic traverse mechanism, but lacked a turret cupola. The earlier version of the M3A1, the Stuart III, was powered by Continental W-970-9A7-cylinder radial gas 250 hp engine but by mid 1941, the Stuart IVs came off the production lines Guiberson T-1020 air coiled radial diesel engine.

Features:

Features: - Includes one-piece flexible threads and Individual track - Can be assembled as either England or U.S. Army - Fully detailed interior & exterior

1/35 M10 USSR "Lend-Lease"

$46.99ITEM: ACY13521

1/35 M10 USSR "Lend-Lease"

Overview:

Overview: During World War II, the primary user of the M10 tank destroyer was the United States, but many were Lend-Leased to the United Kingdom and Free French forces. Several dozen were also sent to the Soviet Union. Post-war, the M10 was given as military surplus to several countries, such as Belgium, Denmark, and the Netherlands, through the Mutual Defense Assistance Act or acquired through other means by countries like Israel and the Republic of China. Features: - American M10 tank destroyer provided to the USSR under the WWII Lend Lease program - The 3-inch main gun, 50 caliber machine gun are accurately reproduced - Accurately reproduced crew compartments - Features five precisely detailed figures - Photo-etched parts included

1/35 German StuG IV Sd.Kfz.

$44.49ITEM: ACY13522

1/35 German StuG IV Sd.Kfz.

Overview:

Overview: The Sturmgeschütz IV (StuG IV) (Sd.Kfz. 167), was a German assault gun variant of the Panzer IV used in the latter part of the Second World War. It was identical in role and concept to the highly successful StuG III assault gun variant of the Panzer III. Both StuG models were given an exclusively tank destroyer role in German formations and tactical planning in the last two years of the war, greatly augmenting the capability of the dwindling tank force available to the German army on the Eastern and Western fronts. Features: - WWII German army assault gun - Features 7.5cm StuK L/48 gun and MG34 machine gun - Build with hatches open or closed - Flexible rubber tracks - Contains three marking options

1/35 German Strumpanzer IV Brummbar Mid Version

$49.49ITEM: ACY13525

1/35 German Strumpanzer IV Brummbar Mid Version

Overview:

Overview: The Sturmpanzer (also known as Sturmpanzer 43 or Sd.Kfz. 166) was a German armoured infantry support gun based on the Panzer IV chassis used in the Second World War. It was used at the Battles of Kursk, Anzio, Normandy, and was deployed in the Warsaw Uprising. It was known by the nickname Brummbär (German: "Grouch") by Allied intelligence, a name which was not used by the Germans. German soldiers nicknamed it the "Stupa", a contraction of the term Sturmpanzer. Just over 300 vehicles were built and they were assigned to four independent battalions. Features: - Features 150cm StuH43/1 Howitzer and MG34 machine gun. - Can be assembled with the hatches open or closed. - Three marking options - Flexible rubber tracks - Decal & Zimmerit coating decal

1/72 StuG III Ausf.G Rome 1

$19.79ITEM: ACY36150

1/72 StuG III Ausf.G Rome 1

Overview:

Overview: The Sturmgeschütz III (StuG III) assault gun was Germany's most-produced fully tracked armoured fighting vehicle during World War II, and second-most produced German armored combat vehicle of any type after the Sd.Kfz. 251 half-track. It was built on the chassis of the proven Panzer III tank, replacing the turret with an armored, fixed superstructure mounting a more powerful gun. Initially intended as a mobile assault gun for direct-fire support for infantry, the StuG III was continually modified, and much like the later Jagdpanzer, was employed as a tank destroyer. Features: - Accurately Reproduced Scale Model

1/35 Kfz. 305 Opel Blitz

$32.49ITEM: ITA550216

1/35 Kfz. 305 Opel Blitz

Overview:

Registered by the Wehrmacht under the designation LKW 3,6-36 S 3t Blitz, this German truck was the typical example of that practice of unification adopted in 1938 for the construction of civil transport means convertible into military vehicles. This truck - OPEL without BLITZ - was manufactured for commercial use featuring more or less the same characteristics.

1/35 BMW with Side Car

$17.99ITEM: ITA550315

1/35 BMW with Side Car

Overview:

Overview: The new German army made use of the experiences collected in World War I to realize their modern reconstruction based on motorization. Despite the limitations of the Treaty of Versailles able commanders introduced civilian vehicles into the army, thus creating a motorized mentality. In 1940 already, a battalion consisting of 3 to 4 companies each equipped with 52 motorcycles with sidecars and 4 motorcycles (single), was integrated into the motorized infantry and the armored divisions. Moreover, motorcycles were present in nearly all other Wehrmacht units, especially with the reconnaissance units and the command, as well as the pioneer and the supply units. Produced in 16,500 units, the BMW R 75 together with the Zijndapp KS 750 formed the nucleus of the motorized units on all theatres of operations, especially in Africa and in Russia. The motorcycle was armored with an MG 34 mounted on the sidecar. On the road, it reached a maximum speed of 92 Km/h.

1/56 M4 Sherman 75mm

$30.49ITEM: ITA5515751

1/56 M4 Sherman 75mm

Overview:

Overview: The M4 Sherman medium tank was the primary tank used by the United States during World War II. It has been produced in a significant number of units and it formed the backbone of United Stated armored forces at that time. It has been produced in several variants and versions. Features: - Includes decals for 2 versions

1/56 Crowell Mk. IV

$30.49/ EA

1/56 Crowell Mk. IV

$30.49ITEM: ITA5515754

1/56 Crowell Mk. IV

Overview:

Overview: The Cromwell was the first tank put into service by the British that combined a dual-purpose (anti-tank + anti-infantry) gun, the QF 75mm, with high speed and reasonably thick armour. The Cromwell used the same hull and turret as the earlier Cavalier and Centaur designs, but it came with a new Rolls Royce Meteor engine that gave it an impressive top speed of 67 Km/h. Its design formed the basic of the superb Comet tank. Undoubtedly, it was one of the most successful tanks of the "Cruiser Tank" philosophy fielded by Britain in the Second World War. Features: - 100% NEW MOULD - WWII BRITISH MILITARY VEHICLE (28 mm.) - EASY ASSEMBLY FOR GAMERS AND COLLECTORS

1/56 Pz.Kpfw.VI Tiger I Tank

$27.99ITEM: ITA5515755

1/56 Pz.Kpfw.VI Tiger I Tank

Overview:

Overview: The Tiger I, a German heavy tank of World War II, operated from 1942 in Africa and Europe, usually in independent heavy tank battalions. It was designated Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf H during development but was changed to Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf E during production. The Tiger I gave the German Army its first armoured fighting vehicle that mounted the 8.8 cm KwK 36 gun (derived from the 8.8 cm Flak 36). 1,347 were built between August 1942 and August 1944. After August 1944, production of the Tiger I was phased out in favour of the Tiger II. Features: - Decal Sheet for 2 Versions Included

1/56 Sd.Kfz.142/1 Sturmgeschtz III

$27.99ITEM: ITA5515756

1/56 Sd.Kfz.142/1 Sturmgeschtz III

Overview:

Overview: The "Stug" III was the most famous assault gun adopted by the German Army during the Second World War. It was developed on the reliable Panzer III medium tank chassis and it was armed with the L/24 75 mm gun installed in a fixed superstructure. Cheaper and easier to produce than the conventional tanks, the assault-gun was widely used on all fronts and it was very effective as infantry support and, in the latest part of the war, as tank-destroyer. Features: - Includes decals for 3 versions

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