New Items - Soviet Tanks 28mm 1/56 Scale

Welcome to our Range of 1/56 Scale Soviet Tanks

 
   

T-70 - 28mm 1/56 Scale

The T-70 was a light tank used by the Red Army during World War II, replacing both the T-60 scout tank forreconnaissance and the T-50 light infantry tank for infantry support.

Supplied unpainted - £20

   

BMP-1 - 28mm 1/56 Scale

The BMP-1 was the first mass-produced infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) of USSR.The BMP-1 was first tested in combat in the 1973 Yom Kippur War, where it was used by Egyptian and Syrian forces.

Supplied unpainted - £22

   

T55 MBT - 28mm 1/56 Scale

The T-54 and T-55 tanks are a series of Soviet main battle tanks introduced just as the Second World War ended. The first T-54 prototype was completed at Nizhni Tagli by the end of 1945. Intital production ram up settled for 1947 at Nizhni Tagli, and 1948 for Kharkov were halted and curtailed as many problems were uncovered; the T-34-85 still accounted for 88 percent of production through the 50's.

Supplied unpainted - £25

   

T72 MBT - 28mm 1/56 Scale

The development of the T-72 was a direct result of the introduction of the T-64 tank. The T-64 (Object 432) was a very ambitious project to build a competitive well-armoured tank with a weight of not more than 36 tons. Under the direction of Alexander Morozov in Kharkov a new design emerged with the hull reduced to the minimum size possible. To do this, the crew was reduced to three soldiers, removing the loader by introducing an automated loading system.

Supplied unpainted - £25

 
   

KV-1E 1940 onwards - 28mm 1/56 Scale

Before the model 1941 production started and the factory was relocated near the Urals, many KV-1s were taken over for an expedient armor improvement. These versions, called “Ekranami” (“with screens”), received tailored 20 mm (0.79 in) soft steel plates, bolted-on (with huge bolts), as appliqué to the turret, frontal glacis and sides of the hull. These KV-1Es were mostly surviving units of the earlier model 1939, which were up-gunned with the F-32 in the same process, and later 1940 and 1941 models, sometimes damaged and recovered tanks.

Supplied unpainted - £25

 
   

KV-1 Cast turret 1941/42 onwards - 28mm 1/56 Scale

The model 1939 was nearing 45 tons in weight, with a long hull (6.75 m/22.14 ft), relatively narrow if not for the very large tracks. The generous mudguards above gave exceptional room for storage. However, as no transmission was able to cope with such mass, the designers found an expedient, giving both prototypes and the SMK an old but sturdy Caterpillar system, which proved tricky, even unreliable in operations. The driver sat in the middle and the radio operator/machine gunner sat on the left, the three other crew members being located in and below the turret.

Supplied unpainted - £25

 
   

KV-1 Welded turret 1941/42 onwards - 28mm 1/56 Scale

The model 1939 was nearing 45 tons in weight, with a long hull (6.75 m/22.14 ft), relatively narrow if not for the very large tracks. The generous mudguards above gave exceptional room for storage. However, as no transmission was able to cope with such mass, the designers found an expedient, giving both prototypes and the SMK an old but sturdy Caterpillar system, which proved tricky, even unreliable in operations. The driver sat in the middle and the radio operator/machine gunner sat on the left, the three other crew members being located in and below the turret.

Supplied unpainted - £25

 
   

 

 

 
 
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