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Zvezda Plastic Models
Zvezda Plastic Models - Zvezda is the largest kit and one of the important game manufacturers in Russia. Their hobby products encompass many different scales , time periods and showcase many figures, armored vehicles , airplanes,ships and buildings throughout history.
1/35 Soviet 122mm Howitzer M-30
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ITEM NO: ZVE 3510
EAN-13 BARCODE: 4600327035103
SCALE: 1:35
ANNOUNCED ON: 10/28/2014
ARRIVED ON: 10/26/2006
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Packaging: 20 pieces per master carton

Re-Issue in November 2014

1/35 Soviet 122mm Howitzer M-30


This kit Contains:
- 2 Sprues with 89 parts

This well known gun became famous for its simplicity, reliability and firepower. Soviet factories supplied 13,600 units of М-30 howitzers during WWII. Technology of this howitzer was well ahead of its time, demonstrated by the fact that it was used in limited numbers by Soviet forces during the Afghanistan conflict in the seventies. Marshal G.F. Odintsov was quoted about the M-30: "There can't be a better one".