1/35 Soviet BM-13 HMM Rocket 01062
The Katyusha multi-loaded rocket launcher was a rocket that was first manufactured and put into use by the Soviet Union during the Second World War. Multiple rocket launches can be launched intensively, and fire coverage can be applied to the target area faster than conventional artillery, but the accuracy is not high and the refilling time is longer. They have relatively insufficient protection compared to traditional artillery, but they are cheap and easy to produce.
Katyusha during the Second World War, usually on trucks. Give Katyusha better maneuverability, can suddenly launch large-scale firepower strikes, and then quickly transfer positions before the enemy's anti-artillery firepower is assembled.
The BM-13 HMM uses the post-war ZIL-131 chassis.
|product name||Soviet BM-13 HMM rocket|
|product type||Plastic Model Armor Kit|
|Model size||Length: 215mm Width: 76.4mm|
|Total number of parts||510+|
|Etched parts||1 piece|
|Total number of offsets||12 sprues and tires|
|More description|| > Full drive train assembly complete with engine transmission, differential housing and suspension units.
> The main tires are hollow rubber with very good tread pattern
> The windshield and side windows are made of clear prts.
> Photo-etched par