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Soviet Guards Gaming Set (TD050) – 25,00$
Even though they are toy soldiers, your troops react to heavy fire like real soldiers. Sometimes they get pinned down or bail out of their tanks. They can dig foxholes for protection or go to ground, hiding from the enemy. Tokens help you keep track of the state of your troops. The Soviet Guards Gaming Set contains 20 gaming tokens, 16 Dice and two Objective tokens all inside a collectable, themed tin.
2x Ranged In tokens; 4x Foxholes tokens; 8x Pinned Down/ Bailed Out tokens; 1x Leader token; 4x Gone To Ground tokens; 1x Anti-Aircrafttoken; 2x Objectivetokens, 16x Themed Dice.
M4 Sherman Tank Company (Plastic) (SBX84) – 50,00$
Contains five M4 Shermans (Late 75mm OR Late 76mm) and one Decal Sheet.
The Soviets preferred the diesel Sherman as their Soviet-built tanks were also diesel-powered. Consequently, they were the largest user of the M4A2 with 76mm gun. Its characteristics were comparable to those of the T-34/85, making it a very effective tank.
Bedspring Armour (SU961) – 10,00$
Includes four plastic sprues of bedspring improvised armour, two with square pattern and two with diamond pattern.
In 1945 the Soviets began to fit mesh spaced armour to the side of their tanks and assault guns to give added protection against weapons such as the Panzerfaust. This quickly became known as bedspring armour, due to it looking like the sprung metal base of a bed.
203mm Howitzer (SU591) – 25,00$
Includes two multi-part metal 203mm Howitzers with crew, two large bases and one plastic base-plug sprue.
One of the heaviest artillery pieces available to the Red Army in the street-to-street fighting for Berlin was the 203mm obr 1931 howitzer. Weighing 19 metric tonnes, it was mounted on its own special tracked carriage.
160mm Mortar (SU753) – 25,00$
Includes four mortars with crew, four large bases and a base plug sprue.
The 160mm Mortar obr. 1943 was the heaviest mortar used by the Soviets in World War II. It was able to deliver a hefty payload up to 5000 metres and to fire 10 rounds per minute.