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35303 Tamiya Russian Heavy Self-Propelled Gun JSU-152

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Product Code: TA35303
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The Russian army utilized the JS-2 heavy tank chassis to create the JSU-152, which opposed German tanks such as the Tiger I. The heavy self-propelled gun first entered into battle at Kursk in 1943. The JSU-152 featured improved armor protection and a simple superstructure, in which the ML-20S 152mm Howitzer resided. The Howitzer could fire the same ammunition as other guns. From up to 700m away, the Howitzer could provide direct fire and from up to 15km away the vehicle could provide indirect fire. The heavy shells could penetrate 120mm armor at a distance of 1km and destroy concrete walls up to 300m thick. In September 1943, mass production began on the JSU-152. In the summer of 1944, the JSU-152 entered its first official battle during Operation Bagration. The JSU-152 earned the nickname "Zveroboy (beast killer)" due to the vehicles ability to destroy Tiger I and Panther tanks. The JSU-152 also greatly contributed to the Russian victory at the Battle of Berlin. Over 4,075 JSU-152 were built during WWII and over 5,000 were produced after WWII and posed a threat to the West until the 1970s.

1/35 scale assembly kit of the Russian Heavy Self-Propelled Gun JSU-152
The model features realistic cast metal surface texture on mantlet, steel plates, and other hull features
Intricate DShK machine gun parts and photo-etched engine grilles
Belt and assembly type tracks included
1 commander and 1 loader figure included
Four kinds of markings included

35303 Tamiya Russian Heavy Self-Propelled Gun JSU-152

Price: £41.99loading (inc VAT @ 20%)
0/50/50/50/50/5
Product Code: TA35303
Brand: Tamiya
Stock Status: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Days
Quantity:
  | 
 

  • Description
  • Features

The Russian army utilized the JS-2 heavy tank chassis to create the JSU-152, which opposed German tanks such as the Tiger I. The heavy self-propelled gun first entered into battle at Kursk in 1943. The JSU-152 featured improved armor protection and a simple superstructure, in which the ML-20S 152mm Howitzer resided. The Howitzer could fire the same ammunition as other guns. From up to 700m away, the Howitzer could provide direct fire and from up to 15km away the vehicle could provide indirect fire. The heavy shells could penetrate 120mm armor at a distance of 1km and destroy concrete walls up to 300m thick. In September 1943, mass production began on the JSU-152. In the summer of 1944, the JSU-152 entered its first official battle during Operation Bagration. The JSU-152 earned the nickname "Zveroboy (beast killer)" due to the vehicles ability to destroy Tiger I and Panther tanks. The JSU-152 also greatly contributed to the Russian victory at the Battle of Berlin. Over 4,075 JSU-152 were built during WWII and over 5,000 were produced after WWII and posed a threat to the West until the 1970s.

1/35 scale assembly kit of the Russian Heavy Self-Propelled Gun JSU-152
The model features realistic cast metal surface texture on mantlet, steel plates, and other hull features
Intricate DShK machine gun parts and photo-etched engine grilles
Belt and assembly type tracks included
1 commander and 1 loader figure included
Four kinds of markings included

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35303 Tamiya Russian Heavy Self-Propelled Gun JSU-152

0/50/50/50/50/5
Product Code: TA35303
Stock Status: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Days
£41.99loading (inc VAT @ 20%)
Price Match
 
Original Price:

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

The Russian army utilized the JS-2 heavy tank chassis to create the JSU-152, which opposed German tanks such as the Tiger I. The heavy self-propelled gun first entered into battle at Kursk in 1943. The JSU-152 featured improved armor protection and a simple superstructure, in which the ML-20S 152mm Howitzer resided. The Howitzer could fire the same ammunition as other guns. From up to 700m away, the Howitzer could provide direct fire and from up to 15km away the vehicle could provide indirect fire. The heavy shells could penetrate 120mm armor at a distance of 1km and destroy concrete walls up to 300m thick. In September 1943, mass production began on the JSU-152. In the summer of 1944, the JSU-152 entered its first official battle during Operation Bagration. The JSU-152 earned the nickname "Zveroboy (beast killer)" due to the vehicles ability to destroy Tiger I and Panther tanks. The JSU-152 also greatly contributed to the Russian victory at the Battle of Berlin. Over 4,075 JSU-152 were built during WWII and over 5,000 were produced after WWII and posed a threat to the West until the 1970s.

1/35 scale assembly kit of the Russian Heavy Self-Propelled Gun JSU-152
The model features realistic cast metal surface texture on mantlet, steel plates, and other hull features
Intricate DShK machine gun parts and photo-etched engine grilles
Belt and assembly type tracks included
1 commander and 1 loader figure included
Four kinds of markings included

35303 Tamiya Russian Heavy Self-Propelled Gun JSU-152

Price: £41.99loading (inc VAT @ 20%)
0/50/50/50/50/5
Product Code: TA35303
Brand: Tamiya
Stock Status: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Days
Quantity:
  | 
 

  • Description
  • Features

The Russian army utilized the JS-2 heavy tank chassis to create the JSU-152, which opposed German tanks such as the Tiger I. The heavy self-propelled gun first entered into battle at Kursk in 1943. The JSU-152 featured improved armor protection and a simple superstructure, in which the ML-20S 152mm Howitzer resided. The Howitzer could fire the same ammunition as other guns. From up to 700m away, the Howitzer could provide direct fire and from up to 15km away the vehicle could provide indirect fire. The heavy shells could penetrate 120mm armor at a distance of 1km and destroy concrete walls up to 300m thick. In September 1943, mass production began on the JSU-152. In the summer of 1944, the JSU-152 entered its first official battle during Operation Bagration. The JSU-152 earned the nickname "Zveroboy (beast killer)" due to the vehicles ability to destroy Tiger I and Panther tanks. The JSU-152 also greatly contributed to the Russian victory at the Battle of Berlin. Over 4,075 JSU-152 were built during WWII and over 5,000 were produced after WWII and posed a threat to the West until the 1970s.

1/35 scale assembly kit of the Russian Heavy Self-Propelled Gun JSU-152
The model features realistic cast metal surface texture on mantlet, steel plates, and other hull features
Intricate DShK machine gun parts and photo-etched engine grilles
Belt and assembly type tracks included
1 commander and 1 loader figure included
Four kinds of markings included