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  • New releases , scale 10mm

    Soviet Maxim gun teams

    The main sustained fire machine gun of the Soviet army in WW2 and an iconic design. 3 teams of 3

  • Cold war , New releases

    76mm ZIS-3 Divisional gun and crew (1x gun deployed, 1x gun on tow)

    Manufactured from 1941 the ZIS-3 divisional gun gave admirable service during WW2 and the Korean and Vietnam wars. It was significantly lighter than other contempory designs and proved a capable AT gun and artillery piece.

     

  • New releases , scale 10mm

    SEEP Amphibious jeep x1 on land and x1 waterline

    Approximately 3000 amphibious jeeps were constructed during WW2, they were used by the US army in North africa and Italy but proved unpopular due to their size and weight. Most were sent to the USSR under the lend-leasse scheme. The Soviet army liked them as the east had poorly maintained roads and many water ways to cross. The Soviet union …

  • New releases , scale 10mm

    Soviet tank riders

    Due to a lack of armoured transport for Soviet infantry in support of tanks, troops took to riding into battle on the back of the tanks. They would descend from the tanks into combat with the enemy. This pack contains 6 clusters of troops riding into battle (tanks not included)

  • New releases , scale 10mm

    Soviet Assault Engineers WW2 (x10)

    Soviet assault engineers where specialists trained to overcome fortifications and defences. They characteristically wore heavy steel body armour to protect them from shrapnel and SMG bullets. 10 figures from 3 poses; flamethrower, satchel charge and SMG.

     

  • New releases , scale 10mm

    Soviet SMG sections, WW2 (x20)

    As World War 2 progressed the Soviet Union began to deploy companies and sometimes whole Battalions equiped with SMGs such as the PPSH, replacing all rifles. This gave such units tremendous firepower at close range. Squads still retained the DP28 LMG to give supporting fire.   20 figures are picked from 7 poses to form approximately 2 sections.

  • Cold war , Middle East wars

    2S3 Akatsiya 152mm SPG

    The 2S3 entered service with the Soviet Army in 1971 going on to serve with most of the Wasaw Pact armoured divisions  with over 2000 produced.

    The D20 152 artillery peice was mated with a the mobile GM chasis and 520hp engine, allowing it to keep pace with Armoured formations. Unlike many soviet designs the 2S3 was not amphibious. The design …

  • Cold war , Egypt

    100mm T12 anti-tank gun

    T12 100mm smoothbore anti-tank gun, the Soviet Union continued to use and develop AT guns when most countries had given up the idea. These 3ton, 10m long monsters needed to be towed by the tracked MT-LB or large all terrain truck. The T12 gun saw use in the Arab Israeli conflicts and can still be found in armies around the …

  • Cold war , New releases

    BMP-2

    Soviet Infantry Fighting Vehicle developed in the light of experience in the YomKippur war of 1973. The BMP-1 performance showed certain weaknesses that the BMP-2 was designed to correct.  The 1 man GROM gun turret was replaced with a 2 man turret with a powerfull 30mm autocannon which could be could be used again a variety of targets. The Sagger …

  • Cold war , New releases

    LUAZ 467 Amphibious jeep (x2)

    This “bath-tub” type amphibious runabout was used across Warsaw Pact forces, especially airborne units. It could be used for: casualty evacuation (2 stretcher cases), scouting or liaison duties. It has a central driving position with 2 folding seats behind, but can be seen loaded with 5 troops.  A similar concept to the American amphibious jeep and VW 166 Schwimmwagen.

    2 models …

  • Cold war , Middle East wars

    KMT-5 Mine roller

    Soviet forces were equiped with mine clear equipment at company level, 1 in 10 tanks having it’s own mine clearing roller/plough. This model represents the KMT-5 model which was developed in the 1950s and is sill in use in various forms. The model can be used with Red3’s T54/55, T62 or T64 (tank models not included)

  • Cold war , New releases

    Soviet Paratroopers 1960-80s (x20)

    Soviet Paratroopers suitable for the 1960-80s. These are wearing berets and armed with: Folding stock AK rifle, PK MG and RPG-7. the 20 figures are picked from 8 poses to form approximately 2 sections. There is also a radioman and observer. They could also be used as Spetsnaz special forces.

  • Cold war , New releases

    BRM-K1 (Recce BMP-1 with radar)

    Based on the BMP-1 Infantry Fighting Vehicle, this reconnaissance vehicle has built in ground radar and a extra radio equipment. A larger turret with a manualy loaded GROM 73mm gun. This new turret allowed room for the commanded and better optics. The crew consist of: Driver, gunner commander and 3 technicians.

  • Cold war , New releases

    MT-LB “Storm” ATGM carrier

    Using the “Spiral” ATGM this vehicle has autoloading system where the firing post folds back into the body collecting a missile from the internal magazine, then returns to the firing position. This give the vehicle a very low profile. Based on the MT-LB multipurpose chasis. Used by the Soviet Union and Warsaw pact forces

  • Cold war , Middle East wars

    Gopher/9K35 SAM system

    Strela 10 missile system version of the MT-LB, this started to replace the Strella BRDM-2 from 1976.  It had an improved missile sytem,  better cross country performance and larger missile capacity. This tracked hull allowed the SAM system to keep pace with armoured units. They are normaly paired with the Shilka SPAAG

    Used by the Wasaw pact and many international customers

  • Cold war , Middle East wars

    MT-LB APC & Artillery tractor

    Multi-function vehicle used as: an APC, Command post and tractor for T12 AT gun and 120mm Mortar. The would be the normal tractor in armoured units and BMP bases infantry formations. As an APC it could carry 2 crew and upto 11 passengers. It mounts a single MG for defence

  • Cold war , scale 10mm

    T64B

    The T64 represented a major technical advance with it’s small size and very low profile with heavy armour. The autoloader reduced the crew to 3. A powerful smoothbore 125mm gun with sophisticated fire control, some versions were able to launch the Kobra ATGM from the gun. It was also the first soviet tank to have a powerful compact multifuel powerpack. …

  • Cold war , scale 10mm

    Soviet Command teams (officer x6 radiomen x4)

    The Soviet officer figure and radioman, these can be used as is, or mixed in with other figures.

     

  • Cold war , scale 10mm

    Soviet AGS-17 Grenade launcher teams(3) and Grail MANPAD gunners(3)

    These represent support teams of the then unique AGS-17 automatic 30mm grenade launcher and Grail shoulder launched SAM missile. (9 figures in all)

     

  • Cold war , scale 10mm

    Spigot/Spandrel ATGM teams (x3)

    These represent the 2nd generation ATGMs similar to the French Milan and US TOW systems. The Spigot AT4 and Spandrel AT5 used the same launcher and are virtualy identical in size. These began replacing Sagger in frontline Soviet units during the 1970s and have been exported world wide.

     

  • Cold war , scale 10mm

    Soviet class 2 Anti Tank teams (SPG-9 recoiless Rifle x2, Sagger ATGM x3)

    These represent older anti tank weapons that would still be in numerous units up to the 1980s.  The early Sagger ATGM had a weakness in that it required range and time to get the missile on track, so infantry needed an intermediate ranged weapon such as the 73mm SPG-9 recoiless rifle to fill the gap. Pack contains 3x Sagger teams …

  • scale 10mm , USSR

    Soviet sustained fire MG teams x3

    Soviet MG teams, sustained fire PK MG suitable for Motor rifle Battalions.

  • Cold war , scale 10mm

    Soviet 120mm Mortar teams (x3)

    The Soviet 120mm PM-43 Mortar. Used by Soviet and Warsaw Pact Motor Rifle Battalions. In BTR units the mortar was towed by truck, such as the GAZ66, BMP units used the MT-LB as a tractor vehicle.  Still in use in many nations for it’s hard hitting simplicity. 9 figures and 3 mortars

  • Cold war , Egypt

    JS-3 Heavy Tank

    Heavy tank developed form the JS-2 incorporating strikingly modern and improved armour and the “frying pan” turret that came to be used on many Soviet tanks designs over the next 50 years. There is still debate on whether this tank saw action in WW2, the general opinion is it missed action in Europe only arriving in time for the victory …