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 name||Soviet BM-13NM rocket launcher|
|product type||Plastic Model Armor Kit|
|Model size||Length: 214.3mm Width: 75.7mm|
|Total number of parts||480+|
|Etched parts||1 piece|
|Total number of offsets||14 sprues, launch tracks, cab and tires|
|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