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    • New releases , Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      T55AM

      The T55 AM series was introduced during the late 1970s to early 1980s. The USSR, Czechoslovakia, Poland and East Germany began updating their elderly T55 fleets with extra armour, side skirts, laser range finder, barrel insulation and many other small modifications to increase its effectiveness. These vehicles look distinctively different from early T55s

    • New releases , Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      BTR-80

      8×8 Soviet APC used by Motor rifle regiments to protect infantry from artillery fragments and small arms fire. Providing fully amphibious transport for 3+7. It was developed after experience with the BTR-60 and 70, the engine layout was changed to a single more powerful engine at the rear, side doors added and turret elevation was increased to allow AA use. …

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , New releases

      SA-6 Gainful/Kub SAM

      The Kub missile system was extremely advanced at its introduction in 1966. The system was mobile and able to keep pace with armoured units providing a medium ranged anti-aircraft sheild over units. These caused the Israelis great difficulty during the Yom Kippur war and became prime targets.

    • New releases , Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      BMD-2 Paratrooper MICV

      Soviet air transportable Mechanisned Infantry Combat Vehicle. This unique lightweight aluminium vehicle was built for the Soviet Paratroop Force or VDV.  The second version was introduced in 1985 armed with a 30mm cannon and 2nd generation ATGM. It could be lifted by helicopter or parachuted into action with the crew! Crew 2+6

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , New releases

      GAZ69 jeep with BA-10 RR(x2)

      Soviet built 4×4 “jeep” widely used throughout the Soviet block and allied nations. Produced from 1952 to 1975 and still in service in the 80s, Used as a mobile anti tank weapon with the BA-10 recoiless rifle  (2 models included)

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , New releases

      Zil 131 truck

      Soviet truck designed and built in 1964 and produced until 2012. Used as general cargo and tractor unit for artillery. Many specialist versions such as radar, communications and rocket artillery have been built. This rugged 6×6 truck is capable of carrying 5t off road or much more on good surfaces. It has been widely exported around the globe. Many specialist …

    • New releases , Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      T-72 b Kontact

      The T72 B was fitted with “Kontact” Explosive Reactive Armour to increase protection. This version started to appear in the mid 1980s.  (Can be built with commander out or buttoned up).

    • New releases , Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      122mm Gun D30 (1x towed 1x deployed)

      The Soviet D30 122mm gun has been produced from 1960 to the present. The D30 has a distinctive 3 leg base and is towed by the barrel. This gun has proved rugged and popular, still in use with many Nations around the globe. ( 1 deployed with 3 crew and 1 in towing configuration).

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , New releases

      Eastern-bloc assault boats (x2)

      An Eastern-bloc assault boat that could be paddled or pulled across rivers and water obstacles. These and other designs were used by Egypt to cross the Suez canal in 1973, very similar to WW2 designs, a simple 1 part inflated hull ( 2x boat with 6 crew )

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , New releases

      UAZ 452 Van “the loaf”

      Soviet van produced from the 1965 to the present. A successful multipurpose 4×4  used as ambulance, maintainace truck, military police and general transport. Nicnamed “the loaf” for it’s shape or “the Pill” in the case of the Ambulance.

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      BTS-2 Armoured Recovery Vehicle

      Development from the T54/55 hull the BTS-2 entered service in the late 1950s. The turret was replaced with a powerful winch and a rear spade to anchor the vehicle. There was load carrying platform for transporting parts and tools. A simple 3t crane could be erected for lifting jobs. Includes spare engine and oil change!

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , Israel 1948 - 1991

      BTR-50 PB Waterline vesion

      Waterlined version of the amphibious armoured personnel carrier. The BTR-50 could swim with minimal preparation and offered crew and passengers protection from small arms fire and shell splinters. Used by Warsaw Pact forces and allies. These saw action on both sides in the 1973 Yom Kippur war.

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      PT-76(b) Amphibious Tank – waterline version

      A waterlined version of the PT-76 amphibious tank. Used by Warsaw Pact forces, including Marines. These saw action in the Middle east in 1973 crossing the Bitter lake and at Ben Het , one of the few tank actions of the Vietnam war.

      Introduced in 1951 and still in service around the world

    • Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      BTR-D

      Soviet air transportable Armoured Personnel Carrier. BTR-D is a very compact APC based on a stretched BMD-1 hull, these entered service in 1974 due to the very limited carrying capacity of the BMD-1. Able to transport 10 men and 3 crew these remain in service as APC, Armoured ambulance and cargo carriers. They can also be used as AA gun …

    • Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      Soviet Engineers (10)

      Soviet Engineers busy clearing mines and creating obstacles, these should mix in well with regular infantry.

       

    • Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      Meteorit UR-77

      The Meteorit mine clearer based on the chassis of the 2S1 artillery tank. The vehcle’s rocket launcher deploys an explosive filled hose accross a mine field to create a safe path. The launcher is similar in shape to the standard artillery turret to help disguise the vehicles purpose. Enterd service in 1977.

       

    • Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      T80 bv

      The T80 was the first gas turbine power tank in the world to enter service in 1976, designed for Elete Soviet units as a breakhthrough tank. This model represents the BV version with the first use of ERA “Kontact” armour in 1979. It included many advanced features such as 125mm smoothbore gun and auto-loading system and thermal sights. (Can be …

    • Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      UAZ 469 & SPG-9 gun (x2)

      The UAZ 469 jeep and 73mm SPG-9 recoiless gun. This jeep and AT gun were deployed with Spetnaz SVD airmobile troops and Boarder troops. It could be transport by helicopter or parachuted

       

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      UAZ 469 jeep (x2)

      The UAZ 469 jeep was developed in the late 1960s to replace the aging GAZ67. This rugged vehicle remains in use across the globe. Can be seen carrrying a driver and 7 paratroopers, normal load appears to be 5 passengers.

       

    • Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      Soviet 120mm Mortar, towed (x3)

      The Soviet 120mm PM-43 Mortar. Used by Warsaw Pact Motor Rifle Battalions and allied nations around the world. This pack contains mortars packed for towing behind trucks or armoured vehicles (x3)

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      Airborne GAZ 66 truck

      Soviet truck first designed and built in 1966, since then almost 1 million have been produced until production ceased in 1999. This is the paratrooper airborne version, which could be parachuted. The folding screen and roof allowed loading into aircraft.

       

    • Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      Spetsnaz, SVD, RPU-14 “Katyusha” rocket artillery (x2)

      These represent Soviet Eastern Block troops in beret such as the SVD or Spetnaz . The RPU-14 fired standard 140mm rockets from 16 tubes creating a single powerful barrage. It was air transportable and could be towed by a light truck. (2 launchers with crew)

    • Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      Spetsnaz, SVD, sustained fire RPK teams (x3) (Copy)

      These represent Soviet Eastern Block troops in beret such as the SVD or Spetnaz . The RPK general purpose machine gun could be mounted on a tripod for sustained fire support

    • Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      Spetsnaz, SVD, 82mm Mortar teams (x3)

      These represent Soviet Eastern Block troops in beret such as the SVD or Spetnaz . Most Soviet units used the heavier 120mm weapons but the 82mm Mortar gave light units a more portable support weapon.