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25146-Tanks-1/35 Soviet Heavy Tank JS-2 1944 ChKZ (Aber Etched Parts / Metal Barrel)

2,800.00 ฿
[About the JS-2] The Soviet heavy tank JS-2 was developed to defeat the German Tiger I from the front. It has a powerful long barrel 122 mm gun, heavy armor up to 120 mm, and excellent mobility. Production started in December 1943 in the latter half of World War II. From August 1944, major improvements were made such as eliminating the hatch and steps on the upper part of the front of the car body and increasing the defense power. Among them, Chelyabinsk Kirov The vehicle produced at the factory (ChKZ) features a rounded, integrally cast body front. The JS-2 is extremely powerful not only in anti-tank battles but also in breakthrough battles in defensive positions. Soviet Union at the end of World War II As a main tank, it contributed to the victory of the Allied Forces.

[With Abert etching parts that further enhance the sense of precision] The Polish Aber etching parts and metal barrel, which are highly evaluated for their delicate expressions, are set. Engine grill In addition to the cast number of the gun tower and the miscellaneous goods box, a pistol port armor plug made of machined metal and a pin for fastening the traction tool are also available. The barrel of the 122 mm gun is made of machined aluminum with high precision, and the muzzle brake is the actual vehicle Made by the same casting. Further enhances the precision of the finish.

[Model outline ] ★ JS-2 1944 ChKZ 1/35 scale, plastic model assembly kit with Aver etching parts and metal barrel set ★ The large turret with a 282 mm long barrel and 122 mm long barrel and the front part of the car body with a smooth surface composition are modeled with a high sense of presence. ★ The texture of the cast skin of the turret and the car body is also real. ★ You can choose between two types of caterpillars, a belt type and a connected assembly type. ★ A commander doll and a half-barreled image of the loader are set. ★ 4 types of decals such as Soviet, Czech, and Polish troops are included.