KMT-5 Mine roller

£2.50

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)

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Description

Unpainted white metal kit, requires some modelling skill. Caution contains lead and small parts not suitable for young children

Additional information

Weight 0.05 kg
Dimensions 4 cm

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