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32527 Tamiya Russian Tank Destroyer SU-122

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Product Code: TA32527
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Built on the basic structure of a T34 chassis, this self propelled gun communicates the strength and tenacity of the Red Army as it fought to defend its homeland and defeat the invaders.

The Soviet Union's first assault gun to be produced was a machine armed with a 122 mm howitzer called the SU-122. It was designed by engineer E.W. Wilniszczikov with the assistance of F.F. Pietrov, the king of Russian gun designers, who had designed the 122 mm gun. This was an excellent howitzer with a range of 11,800 m, muzzle velocity of 515 m/sec and rate of fire of 5 or 6 rounds/min. The SU-122 self propelled gun was similar in shape to the German StuG III armed with the short barreled 75 mm gun. With its bulky recoil mechanism and mantlet, the first production SU-122 was quite unsightly. The final production model, however, featured refined semi spherical recoil mechanism and gun shield. The SU-122 assault gun first saw action in the Battle of Kursk in the summer of 1943. SU-122s took part in the recapture of Orel to the north of Kursk and in the subsequent pursuit.

Realistic detailing of 1943 production model includes weld marks on hull and impressive texturing of gun base
Distinctively shaped 122mm gun moves up, down, left and right after assembly
Build with or without rear-mounted auxiliary fuel tanks
Includes 1 commander figure
Diecast chassis for added weight and realism
Tank treads are assembly type, with straight upper and lower treads made of single piece for easy assembly
Includes decals to reproduce unit numbers and red star markings

32527 Tamiya Russian Tank Destroyer SU-122

Price: £24.99loading (inc VAT @ 20%)
0/50/50/50/50/5
Product Code: TA32527
Brand: Tamiya
Stock Status: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Days
Quantity:
  | 
 

  • Description
  • Features

Built on the basic structure of a T34 chassis, this self propelled gun communicates the strength and tenacity of the Red Army as it fought to defend its homeland and defeat the invaders.

The Soviet Union's first assault gun to be produced was a machine armed with a 122 mm howitzer called the SU-122. It was designed by engineer E.W. Wilniszczikov with the assistance of F.F. Pietrov, the king of Russian gun designers, who had designed the 122 mm gun. This was an excellent howitzer with a range of 11,800 m, muzzle velocity of 515 m/sec and rate of fire of 5 or 6 rounds/min. The SU-122 self propelled gun was similar in shape to the German StuG III armed with the short barreled 75 mm gun. With its bulky recoil mechanism and mantlet, the first production SU-122 was quite unsightly. The final production model, however, featured refined semi spherical recoil mechanism and gun shield. The SU-122 assault gun first saw action in the Battle of Kursk in the summer of 1943. SU-122s took part in the recapture of Orel to the north of Kursk and in the subsequent pursuit.

Realistic detailing of 1943 production model includes weld marks on hull and impressive texturing of gun base
Distinctively shaped 122mm gun moves up, down, left and right after assembly
Build with or without rear-mounted auxiliary fuel tanks
Includes 1 commander figure
Diecast chassis for added weight and realism
Tank treads are assembly type, with straight upper and lower treads made of single piece for easy assembly
Includes decals to reproduce unit numbers and red star markings

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32527 Tamiya Russian Tank Destroyer SU-122

0/50/50/50/50/5
Product Code: TA32527
Stock Status: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Days
£24.99loading (inc VAT @ 20%)
Price Match
 
Original Price:

Find out more about Fusion Points...
 
we accept these credit cards
 
Optional Extras
 
  • Description
  • Features

Built on the basic structure of a T34 chassis, this self propelled gun communicates the strength and tenacity of the Red Army as it fought to defend its homeland and defeat the invaders.

The Soviet Union's first assault gun to be produced was a machine armed with a 122 mm howitzer called the SU-122. It was designed by engineer E.W. Wilniszczikov with the assistance of F.F. Pietrov, the king of Russian gun designers, who had designed the 122 mm gun. This was an excellent howitzer with a range of 11,800 m, muzzle velocity of 515 m/sec and rate of fire of 5 or 6 rounds/min. The SU-122 self propelled gun was similar in shape to the German StuG III armed with the short barreled 75 mm gun. With its bulky recoil mechanism and mantlet, the first production SU-122 was quite unsightly. The final production model, however, featured refined semi spherical recoil mechanism and gun shield. The SU-122 assault gun first saw action in the Battle of Kursk in the summer of 1943. SU-122s took part in the recapture of Orel to the north of Kursk and in the subsequent pursuit.

Realistic detailing of 1943 production model includes weld marks on hull and impressive texturing of gun base
Distinctively shaped 122mm gun moves up, down, left and right after assembly
Build with or without rear-mounted auxiliary fuel tanks
Includes 1 commander figure
Diecast chassis for added weight and realism
Tank treads are assembly type, with straight upper and lower treads made of single piece for easy assembly
Includes decals to reproduce unit numbers and red star markings

32527 Tamiya Russian Tank Destroyer SU-122

Price: £24.99loading (inc VAT @ 20%)
0/50/50/50/50/5
Product Code: TA32527
Brand: Tamiya
Stock Status: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Days
Quantity:
  | 
 

  • Description
  • Features

Built on the basic structure of a T34 chassis, this self propelled gun communicates the strength and tenacity of the Red Army as it fought to defend its homeland and defeat the invaders.

The Soviet Union's first assault gun to be produced was a machine armed with a 122 mm howitzer called the SU-122. It was designed by engineer E.W. Wilniszczikov with the assistance of F.F. Pietrov, the king of Russian gun designers, who had designed the 122 mm gun. This was an excellent howitzer with a range of 11,800 m, muzzle velocity of 515 m/sec and rate of fire of 5 or 6 rounds/min. The SU-122 self propelled gun was similar in shape to the German StuG III armed with the short barreled 75 mm gun. With its bulky recoil mechanism and mantlet, the first production SU-122 was quite unsightly. The final production model, however, featured refined semi spherical recoil mechanism and gun shield. The SU-122 assault gun first saw action in the Battle of Kursk in the summer of 1943. SU-122s took part in the recapture of Orel to the north of Kursk and in the subsequent pursuit.

Realistic detailing of 1943 production model includes weld marks on hull and impressive texturing of gun base
Distinctively shaped 122mm gun moves up, down, left and right after assembly
Build with or without rear-mounted auxiliary fuel tanks
Includes 1 commander figure
Diecast chassis for added weight and realism
Tank treads are assembly type, with straight upper and lower treads made of single piece for easy assembly
Includes decals to reproduce unit numbers and red star markings