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British Knights 100 Years War 1/72 - ZVEZDA 8044 NEW
SKU ZVE-8044
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/72
Period: Guerra dei cent'anni
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

British Knights 100 Years War XIV-XV century AD in 1/72 scale - Zvezda figurine set.

 
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Soviet BMP-1 1/35 - ZVEZDA 3553 NEW
SKU ZVE-3553
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Russia
Period: Cold War
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Soviet BMP-1 combat vehicle kit in 1/35 scale - Zvezda model. The BMP-1 is an Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) developed by the Soviet Union in the 1960s. "BMP" stands for "Boyevaya Mashina Pekhoty" in Russian, which translates to "Infantry Fighting Vehicle." The BMP-1 was the first vehicle in this category produced on a large scale. Here are some key features of the BMP-1: Role: The BMP-1 is designed to transport infantry troops to the battlefront and provide them with direct support during operations. It is an amphibious vehicle, which means it can cross waterways without the need for a bridge. Armament: The BMP-1 is equipped with a 73 mm 2A28 Grom cannon and an AT-3 Sagger (or later variants) antitank missile launcher. It also has a 7.62 mm machine gun for defense against enemy troops. Protection: The BMP-1's armor offers some protection against light projectiles and shrapnel. However, the vehicle is designed primarily for mobility and transport capability, rather than heavy protection. Mobility: The BMP-1 is equipped with a diesel engine that provides good mobility over varied terrain, including rough and muddy terrain. It has a track configuration, which contributes to its ability to overcome difficult terrain. Crew and Transportation: The BMP-1 can carry a three-member crew (commander, pilot, gunner) and up to eight fully equipped infantry soldiers. Soldiers can quickly enter and exit through the vehicle's rear door. Production and Use: The BMP-1 was produced in large quantities and used by the armed forces of numerous countries during the Cold War and beyond. It has participated in various conflicts around the world and has been exported to many nations. The BMP-1 represented a significant step forward in the evolution of infantry fighting vehicles, combining troop transport capability with armament for direct support during battlefield operations. Several variants and later versions of the BMP have been developed over the years.

 
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BM-30 Smerch 1/72 - ZVEZDA 5072 NEW
SKU ZVE-5072
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

BM-30 Smerch missile artillery kit in 1/72 scale - Zvezda model. The BM-30 Smerch is a Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) missile artillery system designed and produced by Russia. The term "Smerch" in Russian means "vortex" or "tornado," and the system is known for its ability to launch a series of rockets in a short period of time, creating a vortex-like effect of fire. Here are some key features of the BM-30 Smerch: Multiple Launchers: The Smerch system consists of multiple vehicle-mounted launchers, each capable of firing a salvo of rockets in a rapid and coordinated manner. This provides a target saturation capability, making the system particularly effective against large areas. Rockets: The Smerch can fire rockets of different types, including high-explosive rockets, illuminating rockets, and rockets containing submunitions. The latter can be used to attack large areas or to hit multiple targets with a single salvo. Range: The Smerch system has a considerable operational range, allowing it to strike targets at significant distances. Range may vary depending on the type of rocket used. Mobility: Smerch launchers are mounted on tracked vehicles, which provides them with good mobility over various types of terrain. This allows the system to be rapidly deployed to different theaters of operation. Operational Deployment: The BM-30 Smerch has been employed in various conflicts and has proven its effectiveness in providing highly accurate artillery fire over large areas. Updates and Variants: Over the years, variants and upgrades of the Smerch system have been developed to improve its capabilities and reliability. The BM-30 Smerch is one of the examples of modern missile artillery systems used by the Russian armed forces. Its ability to saturate a wide area with rapid and accurate fire makes it a significant component in the artillery arsenal of the Russian Armed Forces.

 
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ZIL-130 - 1/43 - ZVEZDA 43004 NEW
SKU ZVE-43004
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/43
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Type: Camion
Category Kit

ZIL-130 tipper truck kit with MMZ-555 body in 1/43 scale - Zvezda model. The ZIL-130 is a truck produced in the Soviet Union and later in Russia by ZiL, a well-known automaker specializing in the production of industrial and commercial vehicles. The ZIL-130 is one of the most iconic and popular models produced by ZiL over the years. Here are some key features of the ZIL-130: Production: The ZIL-130 was produced in the Soviet Union and later in Russia from the mid-1960s until 2012. Production of these trucks lasted exceptionally long, highlighting their popularity and reliability. Categories of Use: The ZIL-130 is a truck suitable for a wide range of applications. It has been used for transporting goods, as a truck, as well as a base for specialized vehicles such as tankers, firefighting vehicles, military vehicles, and more. Engine and Performance: The truck is powered by a gasoline or diesel engine, depending on the version and configuration. It has a good loading capacity and can be used in various operational contexts. Classic Design: The ZIL-130 has a classic design of heavy trucks, with a rear cab and cargo compartment. Its configuration and appearance have become iconic and recognizable. Military Use: In addition to civilian use, the ZIL-130 has also been used by the armed forces of the Soviet Union and other countries. In the military, it was often used as a transport and logistical support vehicle. Parts and Maintenance: The model's longevity also contributed to the availability of spare parts and ease of maintenance, important factors that contributed to its widespread use. Although production of the ZIL-130 ceased in 2012, the vehicle is still widely found in many parts of the world due to its longevity, reliability, and ability to adapt to various transportation and service requirements.

 
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KAMAZ Master 1/72 - ZVEZDA 5076 NEW
SKU ZVE-5076
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/43
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Type: Camion
Category Kit

KAMAZ Master Rallye truck kit in 1/72 scale - Zvezda model. The "KAMAZ Master" team is a Russian rally raid team that participates in off-road racing competitions, particularly the Dakar rally, one of the most prestigious and difficult events of its kind in the world. Here is some key information about the "KAMAZ Master" team: Owner and Location: The team is owned by KAMAZ, one of Russia's leading commercial vehicle manufacturers, and is headquartered in Naberezhnye Chelny, in the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia. Dakar Rally Participation: The KAMAZ Master team is particularly well known for its participation in the Dakar Rally, a rally raid competition that takes place in various parts of the world, often in harsh desert terrain. The team has achieved numerous successes in this competition over the years. KAMAZ Vehicles: The team uses KAMAZ heavy vehicles specially prepared for off-road competition. These vehicles, known as rally trucks, are powerful, robust and adapted to deal with difficult terrain and adverse conditions. Palmarès: KAMAZ Master has an impressive palmarès of victories and successes in various categories of the Dakar rally. The team has often been competitive in the truck category, demonstrating the power and reliability of KAMAZ vehicles in extremely demanding competitions. Drivers: Over the years, the KAMAZ Master team has had several talented drivers, including Russian drivers renowned in the world of off-road racing.

 
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Junkers Ju-88 G6 - 1/72 - ZVEZDA 7269
SKU ZVE-7269
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Junkers Ju-88 G6 Heavy Night Fighter Aircraft Kit in 1/72 scale - Zvezda Model. The Junkers Ju 88 G-6 was a variant of the German medium bomber Junkers Ju 88, which was mainly used in the Luftwaffe during World War II. The designation "G-6" denoted a specific version designed for the night fighter role, equipped with radar and anti-aircraft armament. Here are some key features of the Junkers Ju 88 G-6: Role: The G-6 version of the Ju 88 was designed for the night fighter role, that is, to intercept and attack enemy bombers during night operations. Radar: One of the distinguishing features of the G-6 variant was the installation of on-board radar equipment to improve the ability to detect and intercept enemy aircraft during the night hours. Armament: The armament of the Ju 88 G-6 included heavy cannons and machine guns mounted in turrets and fixed positions, oriented upward for defense against enemy aircraft. Engines: The aircraft was powered by Junkers Jumo 211 aero engines, which were 12-cylinder inverted V engines typical of Ju 88 models. Employment: The Ju 88 G-6 was primarily employed on the Eastern Front against Allied bomber raids. Its ability to operate effectively during the night gave it a significant tactical advantage. Production: The Junkers Ju 88 G-6 was produced in significant quantities during World War II, and its versatility made it one of the Luftwaffe's most important aircraft. The Junkers Ju 88 in all its variants was one of the most versatile and widely used aircraft of the Luftwaffe, and the G-6 played a significant role in night defense during the air conflicts of World War II.

 
 
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UAZ-469 - 1/35 - ZVEZDA 3629
SKU ZVE-3629
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Soviet Military Off-Road Vehicle UAZ-469 Kit in 1/35 scale - Zvezda Model. The UAZ-469 is a Russian off-road vehicle intended exclusively for the Red Army and built by UAZ starting in 1973 to replace the GAZ-69.

 
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Saxon Cuirassiers Napoleonic Wars 1/72 - ZVEZDA 8035
SKU ZVE-8035
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/72
Nation: France
Period: Guerre Napoleoniche
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

Saxon 1810-1814 Napoleonic Wars 1810-1814 Saxon Cuirassiers figurine set in 1/72 scale - Zvezda set.

 
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Russian Battleship Borodino 1/350 - ZVEZDA 9027 NEW
SKU ZVE-9027
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/350
Nation: Russia
Period: 1900
Type: Ships
Category Kit

Russian battleship "Borodino" kit in scale 1/350 - Zvezda model. Insignia Russian Imperial Navy 1696-1917

 
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ZVEZDA 3649 BMP-3 Russian Infantry Combat Vehicle NEW
SKU ZVE-3649
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 BMP-3 Russian Infantry Combat Vehicle The BMP-3, also known as "Boyevaya Mashina Pekhoty" in Russian, meaning "Infantry Combat Vehicle," is a Russian armored fighting vehicle. Here is some key information about the BMP-3: Main Role: The BMP-3 is designed primarily for troop transport and fire support for infantry. It is an infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) that can carry a group of soldiers and provide them with protection and firepower. Armament: The BMP-3 is equipped with a 100 mm automatic cannon, which can fire a variety of projectiles, including HE-FRAG, HEAT and APFSDS. It also has a 30 mm automatic cannon and a variety of small arms, including machine guns. Mobility: The vehicle is propelled by a diesel engine that enables it to reach significant road speeds. It is amphibious and can move through water using its rear propellers. Protection: The BMP-3 is armored to withstand light threats, but may be vulnerable to heavier threats. However, it has active defense systems and NBC (Nuclear, Biological, Chemical) protection to increase crew survivability. Usage: The BMP-3 has been used by the Russian armed forces and some other nations. It has been used in various conflicts and peacekeeping missions around the world. Variants: Several variants of the BMP-3 have been developed over the years for different purposes, including armored vehicle recovery, command and control vehicle, and troop transport. The BMP-3 is one of the new generation of infantry fighting vehicles that combines transport capability, firepower and mobility. It is designed to operate in a variety of military scenarios, including urban combat and infantry operations.

 
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ZVEZDA 3609 Soviet DShK machine gun with crew from World War II. NEW
SKU ZVE-3609
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 Soviet DShK machine gun with crew from World War II The DShK machine gun is a Soviet heavy machine gun also known as the "Degtyaryov-Shpagin Krupnokaliberny." Here is some key information about the DShK: Caliber: The DShK is a large-caliber heavy machine gun, usually 12.7 mm (or 0.50 inch) caliber. This caliber is known for its power and penetration, making the DShK effective against armored and unarmored targets. Origins: The DShK was developed in the Soviet Union in the early 1930s and was widely used by the Soviet armed forces during World War II and thereafter. Characteristics: The DShK machine gun was fed by an ammunition belt and could fire automatic fire. It was known for its reliability, ability to fire at long ranges, and lethality against lightly armored targets. Role: The DShK was used primarily as a support weapon, including covering fire and antiaircraft fire. It could be mounted on tripods, vehicles, and aircraft for a variety of purposes. Historical Use: The DShK machine gun was widely used by Soviet forces during World War II, and was later adopted by many other nations over the years. It has been used in numerous conflicts around the world. Successors: The DShK has had several successors and variants, including the NSV-12 heavy machine gun, which is still in use in many nations today. The DShK is an example of an effective heavy machine gun designed to fire large caliber ammunition. Its history of use in the Soviet armed forces and around the world makes it one of the most iconic heavy machine guns of the 20th century.

 
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ZVEZDA 3583 German 42 120 mm mortar with trailer and crew NEW
SKU ZVE-3583
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 German 120 mm Mortar 42 with trailer and crew The German 120 mm mortar, known as "Mortar 42," was a mortar used by the German army during World War II. Here is some key information about this type of mortar: Caliber: The German Mortar 42 had a caliber of 120 mm, which means that the diameter of the inner tube of the mortar was 120 millimeters. Versatility: This mortar was known for its versatility and could be used for both indirect and direct fire. It was capable of firing high-explosive projectiles, smoke bombs, or illuminants. Range: Mortar 42 had a useful range of about 5.7 kilometers, meaning it could fire projectiles at a distance of about 5.7 kilometers from its position. Weight and Mobility: It was a relatively heavy weapon and required a team of gunners to handle. However, it could be disassembled into lighter sections for transport and thus be relatively mobile. Role: This type of mortar was used for fire support within German infantry units. It was particularly effective in providing covering fire and direct support to troops engaged in combat. World War II: The German 42 mortar was one of the mortar types used by the German Army during World War II. It was an integral part of the German armed forces in various theaters of war, including the Eastern Front and the Western Front. It should be noted that the German Mortar 42 was part of the German Army's war arsenal during a historical period marked by intense conflict. After World War II, many of these weapons were withdrawn and dismantled.

 
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ZVEZDA 8071 Prussian Grenadiers of Frederick II the Great
SKU ZVE-8071
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/72
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/72 Prussian Grenadiers of Frederick II the Great 18th century AD The Prussian Grenadiers during the reign of Frederick II the Great in the 18th century were an important part of the Prussian armed forces. Frederick II of Prussia, also known as Frederick the Great, ruled from 1740 to 1786 and is famous for his military reforms and for creating one of the most powerful armies of the time. Here is some key information about the Prussian Grenadiers during the reign of Frederick II the Great: Role: The Prussian Grenadiers were a highly trained and disciplined elite infantry unit. They were considered among the elite troops in the Prussian army and were often employed in heavy infantry roles. Armament: Prussian Grenadiers were equipped with flintlock muskets or arquebuses, bayonets, and grenades. Grenades were especially important, hence their name, as they were trained in the use of these explosive weapons. Uniforms: They wore distinctive uniforms that often included dark blue or black jackets with contrasting color collars and cuffs, usually white. Their uniforms featured decorative buttons and distinctive headgear, often with feathers or other ornaments. Training: Prussian Grenadiers were known for their rigorous training and skill in close combat. They practiced advanced infantry tactics, such as the use of bayonets and grenades in coordinated attacks. Participation in Battles: The Prussian Grenadiers participated in many of the famous battles led by Frederick the Great, including the Battle of Rossbach and the Battle of Leuthen. They were often deployed in heavy infantry formations to support artillery and frontal attack. Legacy: The Prussian Grenadiers remain a symbol of Prussian military prowess and national pride during the reign of Frederick the Great. Their discipline and courage in combat made them a highly respected elite unit. Overall, the Prussian Grenadiers of the 18th century represented one of the elite infantry units of the time and contributed to the military success and reputation of the Prussian armed forces under the reign of Frederick the Great.

 
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ZVEZDA 7326 AC-130J Ghostrider Gunship
SKU ZVE-7326
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 AC-130J Ghostrider GunshipThe AC-130J Ghostrider is a land attack combat aircraft used by the United States Special Forces. It is a highly modified variant of the C-130 Hercules tactical transport aircraft, converted into air attack platforms. Here is some key information about the AC-130J Ghostrider:Main Role: The AC-130J Ghostrider is designed primarily to provide close air support and cover fire for ground forces. It specializes in attacking ground targets, including enemy vehicles, trenches, and enemy forces in combat.Armament: This aircraft is equipped with a wide range of weapons, including 30 mm Gatling guns, 105 mm guns, AGM-176 Griffin air-to-surface guided missiles, and GBU-39 Small Diameter Bomb (SDB) missiles. This enables it to attack a variety of targets with precision.Sensors and Avionics: The AC-130J is equipped with modern avionics systems, radar, infrared sensors and advanced targeting tools that enable the crew to detect and engage targets with great precision, even at night or in adverse weather conditions.Crew: The crew of an AC-130J can vary, but typically includes pilots, co-pilots, weapons officers, sensor operators, support personnel, and Special Forces personnel who provide guidance and communication with ground forces.Mobility: Despite being a heavy combat aircraft, the AC-130J Ghostrider is based on the C-130 Hercules, which means it can operate from unprepared airstrips and forward bases, making it highly mobile and adaptable.Use: The AC-130J has been used in various theaters of military operations, including Afghanistan, Iraq, and other recent conflicts in which the U.S. Special Forces were engaged.Evolution: The AC-130J is one of the latest variants of the AC-130 series, and was developed to progressively replace older models. It was introduced to improve the attack capabilities and combat survivability of the AC-130.In summary, the AC-130J Ghostrider is a highly specialized, modified ground attack combat aircraft used by U.S. Special Forces to provide close air support and cover fire in various operational contexts. Its ability to attack ground targets with precision makes it a valuable asset for the military operations in which it is involved.

 
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ZVEZDA 7225 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23MF Flogger-B Soviet Interceptor NEW
SKU ZVE-7225
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Russia
Period: Cold War
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23MF Flogger-B Soviet Interceptor The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23MF, also known as the Flogger-B, is an interceptor and air superiority fighter developed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Here is some key information about the MiG-23MF Flogger-B: Manufacturing: The MiG-23MF was produced in the Soviet Union beginning in the 1970s and was also used by various Warsaw Pact countries and nations friendly to the Soviet Union. Design: The MiG-23MF was a third-generation combat aircraft and was known for its advanced design for the time. It was equipped with variable geometry wings, which could be tilted downward for takeoff and landing and tilted upward for high speed and high altitude flight. Role: The MiG-23MF was primarily designed as an interceptor and air superiority fighter. It was designed to intercept enemy aircraft, including strategic bombers, and to provide air superiority in fights against other combat aircraft. Armament: The MiG-23MF was equipped with a variety of weapons, including air-to-air missiles such as the R-60 (also known as the AA-8 Aphid) and the R-23 (also known as the AA-7 Apex), as well as 23 mm internal guns. Engines: It was powered by a Tumansky R-29B-300 turbojet engine, which gave it considerable speed and climb capability. Usage: The MiG-23MF was employed in various conflicts around the world, but was mainly used by the Soviet Union Air Force and Warsaw Pact countries during the Cold War. Legacy: The MiG-23 was one of the most popular and iconic fighters of the Cold War. Although its design was advanced for the time, it had some limitations, including inferior handling compared to its Western opponents. It was gradually replaced by more modern aircraft starting in the 1980s. In summary, the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23MF Flogger-B was an interceptor and air superiority fighter developed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War and was used in a variety of military roles around the world.

 
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ZVEZDA 3664 Dodge WC-52 American Multipurpose Military Vehicle
SKU ZVE-3664
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Dodge WC-52 American multi-purpose military vehicle of World War II. The Dodge WC-52 was a light, multipurpose military vehicle produced during World War II by the United States. This vehicle was part of the Dodge WC (Weapon Carrier) series of military vehicles designed to perform a variety of tasks within the U.S. Army and Allied forces. Here is some key information about the Dodge WC-52: Production: The Dodge WC-52 was produced between 1942 and 1945 during World War II. Military use: This vehicle was primarily used as a military transport vehicle to transport troops, supplies and equipment to the battlefield. Its versatility made it suitable for a variety of tasks, including support transports, deliveries, and evacuation of the wounded. Design: The Dodge WC-52 had a rugged and utilitarian design. It was a four-wheel-drive vehicle with a driver's cab and an open rear box or light canvas structure for transporting troops or materials. Engine: The vehicle was powered by an inline six-cylinder gasoline engine that provided the power needed to cope with variable terrain. Legacy: After World War II, many of the Dodge WC-52 vehicles were sold as military surplus and were used in a variety of civilian contexts. Some have also been preserved and restored by vintage vehicle enthusiasts. Variants: Within the Dodge WC series, there were several variants of similar military vehicles, each designed for specific purposes. For example, the Dodge WC-51 was a similar variant but with a different rear body configuration. The Dodge WC-52 is an example of a versatile military vehicle used by the United States during World War II. Its transportation capability and reliability made it one of the most iconic vehicles of the era and an object of interest to historic vehicle enthusiasts.

 
 
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ZIS-3
SKU ZVE-3671
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 ZIS-3 Soviet Anti-Tank 76-mm Gun with CrewThe Model 1942 is a Soviet artillery, light and powerful, which entered service during the war and remained in line for a long time, practically to the present day. It was used as a field gun, counter-tank, and as artillery for SU-76 self-propelled guns.By 1939 the Soviets had realized that the Model 1936, with all its qualities of power and effectiveness, was too heavy for its caliber and to be easily moved, and so they designed a new gun, the Model 1939, much lighter. When the Germans invaded the USSR, they occupied the factories that produced the Model 1936, but not the one that produced the Model 1939's muzzle, which was then used with a new shaft. Thus came into production the Model 1942, or ZiS-3, which bore the name of the factory that produced it.The gun was simple and very practical, about half as light as the Model 1936, excellent looking, low and compact, and with excellent range. It possessed a spreadable double tail and a muzzle brake, with pneumatic wheels equipped with lightening holes.It was used for arming Soviet units at the divisional level, but the muzzle also served for arming T-34 and KV-1 tanks, so the specialties of tank and artillery became fully compatible. The ammunition, of course, was as well, and it was only 2 basic types to boot, AP armor-piercing anti-tank, and HE, high explosive. Hybridization went even further when armored self-propelled vehicles appeared.The only one that was mass-produced was the SU-76, a vehicle that in its limitations was very good. The only problem was that it was often used as a tank fighter against over-powered vehicles, such as the Panzer VI Tiger I, but otherwise it was a very good and mobile vehicle, with an open combat compartment that managed to give the crew better habitability than closed-cockpit vehicles, such as the German Sturmgeschütz III, all of course at the expense of protection, given the vulnerability to hits from above: from small arms fire to artillery shrapnel.The Finns captured 12 units during the Winter War, which were put into service as 76 K 42.The cannon equipped the TACAM R-2 tank destroyer, in a three-sided enclosed combat compartment, installed on the hull of the R-2 tank deprived of a turret. The cannon was also tested on one of the prototypes of the Mare?al tank destroyer, but in the end it was preferred to the more powerful 75 mm Re?i?a Model 1943 piece.The M1942 was the most produced cannon of World War II, and it remained in front-line service in the USSR several years after the end of the war. To this day it is possible to encounter M1942s in various parts of the world. Indeed, they have been widely supplied to armies and guerrilla formations. They have always provided excellent performance, speed of action, and transportability. Obviously, its counter-tank role has long since disappeared, although modern armored reconnaissance or infantry vehicles are suitable targets.

 
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BA-10
SKU ZVE-3617
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 BA-10 Soviet Armored Car The BA-10, short for the full Russian-language designation Broneavtomobil 10, was the last model of heavy armored car produced by the Soviet Union in the late 1930s. Superior to its domestic and foreign class peers in armament, the BA-10 represented a good reconnaissance vehicle even though it was plagued by some defects; it was built in thousands, but its service was relatively short due to heavy losses and the takeover of light tanks in the reconnaissance role.

 
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Yak-9T
SKU ZVE-4831
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/48 Yak-9T Soviet FighterThe Yakovlev Yak-9 was a single-engine, low-wing fighter designed by OKB 115 headed by Aleksandr Sergeevich Jakovlev and developed in the Soviet Union in the 1940s.Employed primarily by the Voenno-vozdušnye sily SSSR (V-VS), the air force of the Soviet Union, it was used during World War II beginning in the second half of 1943 and, by the North Korean air force, during the Korean War.It was the largest quantity of Soviet fighter aircraft built in history: 16,769 examples (of which 14,579 were made during the war) and the first Soviet aircraft to score a victory against Messerschmitt Me 262 jet aircraft.

 
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T-62
SKU ZVE-3673
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 T-62 Soviet MBT (1974-1975 version)The T-62 is a combat tank developed in the Soviet Union. Derived from the T-55, if its predecessors had been noted mainly for extreme maneuverability and mobility, continuing throughout the immediate postwar period the choice of the Soviet Supreme Command which, at the end of World War II had shown a preference for "universal tanks" over heavy tanks (which also explains the limited success of the 'heavy' derivatives of the IS series), the T-62 while remaining much lighter than certain Western models (M-103, Conqueror), showed an embryonic return to greater heaviness at the expense of mobility and interior space for the crew. Firepower was also increased over previous models with the adoption of a 115mm smoothbore and very high velocity cannon in place of the 100mm rifled cannon of the T-54 and 55.

 
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Russian Mounted Knights
SKU ZVE-8039
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Russia
Period: Medioevo
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/72 Russian Mounted Knights 13th-14th centuries ADThe military character of medieval Ruthenia was determined by the vast areas of the Russian lands, as well as the various types of enemies that the armies of the Ruthenian princes (princes) had to deal with. Naturally, cavalry played a huge role in the Russian army of the Middle Ages. As early as the 9th-10th centuries a squadron was formed together with the princes - a similar situation occurred in early Piast Poland. This squad was composed of warriors paid by the prince, who were well trained and often fought on horseback. In the 9th-10th centuries they were often armed with spear, sword, chain mail, iron helmet and shield. They also used battle axes. It is worth adding that the institution of the squad also existed in the Ruthenian lands in the early 13th century. The squads of individual princes could then number up to 3-5 thousand people. In the period before the Battle on the Kalka River (1223), the distinctive feature of Ruthenian mounted warriors was the use of integral shields and often the use of so-called iron masks. The basic defensive armor was chain mail, often with light lamellar armor. It is worth adding that lamellar and caracene armor became widespread in Rus starting in the 13th century. The main offensive weapons are a sword and a spear. It is worth adding that in the principalities of southeastern Rus horse armor is often used, mainly to protect the horse's head. It is also worth adding that Ruthenian armies were relatively numerous in the Middle Ages. For example, at the Battle of Lake Peipus (1241), the Ruthenian army may have been about 15,000. people, and at the Battle of Kulikowe Pole (1380), perhaps about 30,000. people.

 
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Russian Foot Warriors
SKU ZVE-8062
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Russia
Period: Medioevo
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/72 Russian Foot Warriors 13th-14th centuries ADThe military character of medieval Ruthenia was determined by the vast areas of the Russian lands, as well as the various types of enemies that the armies of the Ruthenian princes (princes) had to deal with. Naturally, cavalry played a huge role in the Russian army of the Middle Ages. As early as the 9th-10th centuries a squadron was formed together with the princes - a similar situation occurred in early Piast Poland. This squad was composed of warriors paid by the prince, who were well trained and often fought on horseback. In the 9th-10th centuries they were often armed with spear, sword, chain mail, iron helmet and shield. They also used battle axes. It is worth adding that the institution of the squad also existed in the Ruthenian lands in the early 13th century. The squads of individual princes could then number up to 3-5 thousand people. In the period before the Battle on the Kalka River (1223), the distinctive feature of Ruthenian mounted warriors was the use of integral shields and often the use of so-called iron masks. The basic defensive armor was chain mail, often with light lamellar armor. It is worth adding that lamellar and caracene armor became widespread in Rus starting in the 13th century. The main offensive weapons are a sword and a spear. It is worth adding that in the principalities of southeastern Rus horse armor is often used, mainly to protect the horse's head. It is also worth adding that Ruthenian armies were relatively numerous in the Middle Ages. For example, at the Battle of Lake Peipus (1241), the Ruthenian army may have been about 15,000. people, and at the Battle of Kulikowe Pole (1380), perhaps about 30,000. people.

 
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Typhoon-K
SKU ZVE-5075
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/72 Typhoon-KThe KamAZ Taifun-K is a family of Russian-made wheeled armored vehicles adopted by the Russian Armed Forces as of 2014. Designed to resist and protect the crew from the explosion of landmines and IEDs, the Taifun-K is a multi-role vehicle that can be used as a reconnaissance vehicle, troop transport, command post and field ambulance, among others.The Taifun-K was developed as part of the program of the same name convened by the Russian Ministry of Defense for the acquisition of next-generation modular vehicles for the armed forces and which, at the end of the competition, decided to adopt both platforms proposed by the competing competitors: the Ural Taifun-U and the KamAZ Taifun-K.The vehicle was designed to meet NATO STANAG 4569 level 3b (mine resistance) and level 4 (ballistic protection) requirements.

 
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Sturmgeschütz IV
SKU ZVE-3661
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Sturmgeschütz IV (Sd.Kfz.167)The Sturmgeschütz IV, a name often shortened to StuG IV and whose German Army identification number was Sd.Kfz. 167, was a World War II assault and destroyer gun. It was born as an emergency solution to the declining production of the Sturmgeschütz III and was the result of combining the armored casemate of the latter with the hull and chassis of the Panzer IV medium tank; armed with a 75-mm high initial-velocity piece, it fought in the ranks of infantry divisions to counter the armored vehicles of the opposing armies. It was produced in over 1,000 examples by Krupp until the last days of the war.

 
 
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Yak-40
SKU ZVE-7030
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/144
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/144 Yak-40 The Yakovlev Yak-40 codenamed NATO Codling is a Soviet-made aircraft. It is a small three-engine, straight-wing jet designed by OKB 115 and developed in the 1960s.It was used both as a regional airliner in civil aviation and as a utility aircraft mainly in the Sovetskie Voenno-vozdušnye sily (VVS), the Air Force of the Soviet Union, and in numerous pro-Soviet air forces.

 
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STZ-5
SKU ZVE-3700
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 STZ-5 with MRL BM-13 Katyusha The Katyusha is a type of rocket artillery first built and fielded by the Soviet Union in World War II. Multiple rocket launchers such as these deliver explosives to a target area more intensively than conventional artillery, but with lower accuracy and requiring a longer time to reload. They are fragile compared to artillery guns, but are cheap, easy to produce, and usable on almost any chassis. The Katyushas of World War II, the first self-propelled artillery mass-produced by the Soviet Union,[1] were usually mounted on ordinary trucks. This mobility gave the Katyusha, and other self-propelled artillery, another advantage: being able to deliver a large blow all at once, and then move before being located and attacked with counter-battery fire.Katyusha weapons of World War II included the BM-13 launcher, light BM-8, and heavy BM-31. Today, the nickname Katyusha is also applied to newer truck-mounted post-Soviet - in addition to non-Soviet - multiple-rocket launchers, notably the common BM-21 Grad and its derivatives.

 
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German Halftrack Crew
SKU ZVE-3585
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 German Halftrack Crew (4 figures) Sonderkraftfahrzeug (abbreviated Sd.Kfz., German for "special purpose vehicle") was the ordnance inventory designation used by Nazi Germany during World War II for military vehicles; for example Sd.Kfz. 101 for the Panzer I.Sd.Kfz. numbers were assigned to armored, tracked, and half-tracked vehicles in military service with Nazi Germany prior to and during World War II.

 
 
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Trireme
SKU ZVE-9019
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: Grecia
Period: Impero Romano
Scale: 1/72
Type: Ships
Category Kit

1/72 Trireme of the Roman EmperorThe trireme was a type of Greek warship that used three rows of oarsmen (hence the Greek name) arranged on each of the two sides of the hull in addition to the sail as propulsion.

 
 
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KAMAZ-master
SKU ZVE-43005
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/43
Type: Camion
Category Kit

1/43 KAMAZ-master KAMAZ-43509Kamaz is a Russian truck manufacturer.In 1969 the Central Committee of the PCUS and the Ministerial Council of the USSR decided to begin construction of work vehicle factories in the city of Naberežnye Celny.Construction began on December 13, 1969, but the first Kamaz-branded vehicle came off the assembly line on February 16, 1976.In 1987, the assembly line for the first passenger car, the Oka, was created, creating the specific company AutoVaz and whose first car came out on December 21, 1987.On June 25, 1990, the factory became a joint-stock company.On April 14, 1993, a fire destroyed the Kamaz engine factory.Until 2005, Kamaz also had a majority of shares in the AutoVAZ passenger car factory, which was later sold to the Severstal' group.

 
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GAZ-233014
SKU ZVE-3668
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Russian Armored Vehicle GAZ-233014 "Tiger"The Tigr is a Russian 4 × 4 multipurpose off-road infantry mobility vehicle produced by the Military Industrial Company , first delivered to the Russian Army in 2006.Used mainly by the Russian Armed Forces and the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs , it is also used by numerous other countries.

 
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Fokker F-VIIB/3M
SKU ZVE-7233
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: Olanda
Period: WWI
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Fokker F-VIIB/3M "Southern Cross" Limited Edition 2023The Fokker F.VII was a three-engine, high-wing monoplane airliner developed by the Dutch aircraft company Fokker in the early 1920s, and produced by it, its U.S. subsidiary Atlantic Aircraft Corporation, and under license by several other global companies between the latter part of the 1920s and the 1930s.

 
 
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Ural-4320
SKU ZVE-5050
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/72 Ural-4320 

 
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T-90
SKU ZVE-3573
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Russian Main Battle Tank T-90 

 
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K-4386 Typhoon-VDV
SKU ZVE-3648
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/35
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 K-4386 Typhoon-VDV 

 
 
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US machine gun Browning M2
SKU ZVE-6286
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

 1/72 US machine gun Browning M2 with Crew WWII

 
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Mil Mi-8MT Hip-H
SKU ZVE-4828
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/48
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

 1/48 Mil Mi-8MT Hip-H Soviet multipurpose helicopterIl Mil Mi-8 è un elicottero da trasporto multiruolo, di fabbricazione sovietica prima e russa poi, sviluppato dall'OKB-329 negli anni sessanta ed entrato in servizio con le Forze armate sovietiche nel 1967.Progettato per compiere missioni di trasporto e collegamento, con opportune modifiche è anche in grado di compiere operazioni di scorta armata e di supporto alle forze speciali.Con oltre 17.000 esemplari distribuiti in più di 50 paesi, il Mi-8 è tra gli elicotteri più diffusi al mondo: un successo commerciale ottenuto grazie all'elevata affidabilità, robustezza e facilità di manutenzione mostrate dalla macchina nel corso del suo impiego.Realizzato in dozzine di varianti, la più recente delle quali è la Mil Mi-8AMTSh-VN, gli esemplari da esportazione sono stati ridenominati dal produttore con la sigla Mil Mi-17.

 
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T-72B3
SKU ZVE-5071
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/72 T-72B3 Russian Main Battle Tank 

 
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Russian Infantry of Peter the Great
SKU ZVE-8049
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: Russia
Scale: 1/72
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

  1/72 Russian Infantry of Peter the Great 1698-1725  

 
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C-130J
SKU ZVE-7325
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

  1/72 American Military Transport Plane C-130J

 
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us military multipurpose 3/4t vehicle WC-51
SKU ZVE-3656
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 us military multipurpose 3/4t vehicle WC-51 "BEEP" 

 
 
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Siege Machines
SKU ZVE-8014
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/72
Type: Diorama
Category Kit

  1/72 Siege Machines Kit No.1

 
 
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Boeing 757-300
SKU ZVE-7041
Brand ZVEZDA
Scale: 1/144
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

 1/144 Boeing 757-300

 
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Yakovlev Yak-9D
SKU ZVE-7313
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: Russia
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/72
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Yakovlev Yak-9D    Lo Yakovlev Yak-9 era un caccia monomotore ad ala bassa progettato dall'OKB 115 diretto da Aleksandr Sergeevic Jakovlev e sviluppato in Unione Sovietica negli anni quaranta.Impiegato principalmente dalla Voenno-vozdušnye sily SSSR (V-VS), l'aeronautica militare dell'Unione Sovietica, fu utilizzato nel corso seconda guerra mondiale a partire dalla seconda metà del 1943 e, dall'aeronautica militare nordcoreana, durante la guerra di Corea.Fu il caccia sovietico costruito in maggior quantità nella storia: 16 769 esemplari (di cui 14 579 realizzati durante la guerra) ed il primo aereo sovietico a riportare una vittoria contro gli aerei a reazione Messerschmitt Me 262. 

 
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German R12 Heavy Motorcycle
SKU ZVE-3632
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Scale: 1/35
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 German R12 Heavy Motorcycle with Rider and Officer 

 
 
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French Imperial Old Guards
SKU ZVE-8030
Brand ZVEZDA
Nation: France
Period: Guerre Napoleoniche
Scale: 1/72
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

 1/72 French Imperial Old Guards. Grenadiers 1804-1815

 
 
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