NEW FROM trumpeter 1/72 Soviet T-10A heavy tank 07153

 The T-10 is a heavy tank developed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War. It is the final product of the combined development of KV and JS tanks. JS-10 began production in 1952, but Stalin died in 1953. Due to the political climate Shift, it was renamed T-10. The main armament is a 122mm caliber D-25TA main gun. The frontal armor is 250mm thick. It has undergone many improvements. T-10AIt was improved on the basis of the T-10 in 1956, with a new barrel and a new observation-targeting system.

Product number    07153
product name    Soviet T-10A heavy tank
Bar code    9580208071534
Product ratio    1:72
product type    Plastic Model Armor Kit
Model size    Length: 135.7mm Width: 49mm  
Total number of parts    60+
Metal parts    n/a
Etched parts    n/a
Film    n/a
Resin parts    n/a
Total number of offsets    3 sprues, upper hull, lower hull and tracks
Announced date    2020-09
More description    The kit consists of over 60 parts

NEW FROM trumpeter 1/35 Soviet SMK heavy tank 09584

SMK is a heavy tank prototype developed by the Soviet Union before World War II. Its name SMK is actually the initials of Sergey Milonovich Kirov, the former leader of the CPSU who was assassinated in 1934. After the SMK heavy tank was discovered by the German Intelligence Agency, it was classified as a T-35C, which directly led to the misunderstanding that the T-35 had participated in the Sufen War.

      SMK only manufactured a prototype car. After the experimental display, it was found that both the weight and the volume were far more than the KV series heavy tanks. After the short-term use of the Soviet-Finnish war, the project was terminated.

      SMK’s main weapons are a 76.2 mm gun on the central main turret and a 45 mm gun on the small turret.

Product number    09584
product name    Soviet SMK heavy tank
Bar code    9580208095844
Product ratio    1:35
product type    Plastic Model Armor Kit
Model size    Length: 248.2mm Width: 100mm   
Total number of parts    340+
Metal parts    copper cable
Etched parts    1 piece
Film    n/a
Resin parts    n/a
Total number of offsets    13 sprues, lower hull and turret 
Announced date    2020-09
More description    The kit consists of over 340 parts
>the kit w/refined detail
>multi-slide moulded lower hull, turret
>plastic tracks w/fine detail

NEW FROM trumpeter 1/35 German FLAK 41 5cm anti-aircraft gun 02350

The FLAK 41 50mm anti-aircraft gun was designed as a key air defense to make up for the lack of shooting height of the 37mm anti-aircraft gun. At that time, the anti-aircraft guns of 75mm and above were relatively heavy and could not be maneuvered at any time. The research and development of the artillery began slowly in 1936. In 1940, the contract was awarded to Rheinmetall-Borsig. The artillery developed two models to protect important industrial facilities. Neither model is successful, and both have the same failures. The speed of the reclamation mechanism is too slow, and the response to fast-moving targets and the rate of fire cannot meet the design requirements, and the smoke generated during launching seriously affects the sight during the day. A total of about 60 FLAK 41 50mm anti-aircraft guns were produced, starting in 1941, and some continued to be used until 1945.

Product number    02350
product name    German FLAK 41 5cm anti-aircraft gun
Bar code    9580208023502
Product ratio    1:35
product type    Plastic Model Armor Kit
Model size    Length: 279.3mm Width: 125.4mm 
Total number of parts    260+
Metal parts    n/a
Etched parts    1 piece
Film    n/a
Resin parts    n/a
Total number of offsets    5 sprues and tires
Announced date    2020-09
More description    The kit consists of over 260 parts ,includes a piece of Photo Etched parts
-Details finely represented by newly tooled parts
-Rubber tires

NEW FROM trumpeter 1/35 Soviet BM-13NM rocket launcher 01075

     The Katyusha multiple rocket launcher is a rocket launcher first manufactured and put into use by the Soviet Union during World War II. Multiple rockets can be fired intensively, which can cover the target area faster than traditional artillery, but the accuracy is not high, and the reloading time is relatively long. Compared with traditional artillery, they have relatively insufficient protection, but they are cheap and easy to produce.

      Katyusha during the Second World War is usually loaded on a truck. Give Katyusha better maneuverability, can suddenly launch a large-scale fire attack, and then quickly move the position before the enemy's anti-artillery firepower gathers.

      The BM-13 NM used a post-war ZIL-157 chassis and was produced between 1958 and 1960.

Product number    01075
product name    Soviet BM-13NM rocket launcher
Bar code    9580208010755
Product ratio    1:35
product type    Plastic Model Armor Kit
Model size    Length: 214.3mm Width: 75.7mm   
Total number of parts    480+
Metal parts    n/a
Etched parts    1 piece
Film    n/a
Resin parts    n/a
Total number of offsets    14 sprues, launch tracks, cab and tires
Announced date    2020-09
More description    > Detailed multi-directional slide-molded cab.
> 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 win

NEW FROM trumpeter 1/35 Soviet SA-3B air defense missile 02353

Product number    02353
product name    Soviet SA-3B air defense missile
Bar code    9580208023533
Product ratio    1:35
product type    Plastic Model Armor Kit
Model size    Length: 193.8mm Width: 150mm Height: 170.7mm
Total number of parts    670+
Metal parts    n/a
Etched parts    1 piece
Film    n/a
Resin parts    n/a
Total number of offsets    11 sprues
Announced date    2020-09
More description    The kit consists of over 670 parts ,includes a piece of Photo Etched parts
-Details finely represented by newly tooled parts

NEW FROM trumpeter 1/350 Italian Navy battleship "Veneto" 1940 05320

   The Veneto-class battleship is the most powerful battleship ever built in Italy, and it is also Italy's first battleship with a single-ship displacement of 35,000 tons. Although the "Washington Treaty" stipulates that Italy is allowed to have a battleship of 182,800 gross tons (including 70,000 tons before 1932), due to various reasons, Italy waited more than ten years before starting the construction of new ships.

      The Veneto entered service on May 1, 1940. After Italy invaded Greece in 1940, the Italian naval battleships gathered in Taranto, ready to fight with the British Eastern Mediterranean Fleet that might come to support the Greek army. But the Veneto had nothing to do until November 1940. The task of intercepting the British escort fleet carried out in June 1942 was its last combat operation. He then went to Genoa for maintenance and returned to La Spezia until Italy surrendered in September 1943. Retired on January 3, 1948. Although the Paris Peace Peace would pay the Veneto to Britain as Italy's war compensation, the British government allowed Italy to destroy it on its own. Between 1948 and 1950, Veneto disintegrated in La Spezia.

Product number    05320
product name    Italian navy battleship "Vineto" in 1940
Bar code    9580208053202
Product ratio    1:350
product type    Plastic Model Warship Kit
Model size    Length: 716mm Beam: 95mm 
Total number of parts    710+
Metal parts    anchor chain
Etched parts    1 piece
Film    n/a
Resin parts    n/a
Total number of offsets    20 sprues,upper hull ,lower hull,fore deck and stand
Announced date    2020-09
More description    Hull
-Upper hull made from two-directional slide molds
-Deck wood pattern finely rendered
-Either waterline or full-hull version can be assembled

Weapons
-Realistically detailed gun barrels w/hollow ends made from slide mould

Aircraft
-Contai