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RUSSIAN SELF-PROPELLED GUN

Item No. 35348
The SU-76M filled an important and particularly pressing Soviet need for an effective self-propelled gun against invading German forces after the start of Operation Barbarossa in WWII. Based upon the T-70 light tank chassis, it was production-friendly and some 11,000 were manufactured between 1943 a

Description

The SU-76M filled an important and particularly pressing Soviet need for an effective self-propelled gun against invading German forces after the start of Operation Barbarossa in WWII. Based upon the T-70 light tank chassis, it was production-friendly and some 11,000 were manufactured between 1943 and 1945. Its 76.2mm ZiS-3 gun helped it to play a valuable part offering supporting fire and as an anti-tank weapon. Superior mobility was its calling card, and the SU-76M was also able to operate in close unison with infantry units.

β€’ 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit of the Russian self-propelled gun SU-76M.
β€’ Length: 146mm, width: 78mm.
β€’ Exhaustive surveys of a real SU-76M ensure the model accurately captures the open-top self-propelled gun form.
β€’ 76.2mm gun parts breakdown and attachment was inspired by the real vehicle. Poly caps allow movement.
β€’ Realistic assembly type tracks feature one-piece straight sections and jig for construction.
β€’ Contains three figures in authentic pose, and comes with two marking options.

RUSSIAN SELF-PROPELLED GUN

Item No. 35348
The SU-76M filled an important and particularly pressing Soviet need for an effective self-propelled gun against invading German forces after the start of Operation Barbarossa in WWII. Based upon the T-70 light tank chassis, it was production-friendly and some 11,000 were manufactured between 1943 a

Description

The SU-76M filled an important and particularly pressing Soviet need for an effective self-propelled gun against invading German forces after the start of Operation Barbarossa in WWII. Based upon the T-70 light tank chassis, it was production-friendly and some 11,000 were manufactured between 1943 and 1945. Its 76.2mm ZiS-3 gun helped it to play a valuable part offering supporting fire and as an anti-tank weapon. Superior mobility was its calling card, and the SU-76M was also able to operate in close unison with infantry units.

β€’ 1/35 scale plastic model assembly kit of the Russian self-propelled gun SU-76M.
β€’ Length: 146mm, width: 78mm.
β€’ Exhaustive surveys of a real SU-76M ensure the model accurately captures the open-top self-propelled gun form.
β€’ 76.2mm gun parts breakdown and attachment was inspired by the real vehicle. Poly caps allow movement.
β€’ Realistic assembly type tracks feature one-piece straight sections and jig for construction.
β€’ Contains three figures in authentic pose, and comes with two marking options.