We recently received the latest delivery of military vehicle plastic model assembly kits from Trumpeter into the Bachmann warehouse and we are pleased to reveal the new products here. These items are currently being dispatched from our warehouse and will start appearing on stockist shelves imminently. Contact your local stockist to purchase yours!
M1A2 US SEP MBT
PKTM00927 – RRP £189.99
L: 620mm, W: 232mm
With more than 1,000 parts, this 1:16 scale kit also includes individual track links and is modelled on the US M1A2 Main Battle Tank with System Enhancement Package (SEP). First introduced in 1980, these tanks are still is use today by the United States, Australia, Iraq and many more countries. Weighing in at nearly 62 tons, it is one of the heaviest tanks in service.
M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS)
PKTM01041 – RRP £79.99
L: 225mm, W: 84mm
This 1:35 scale kit contains more than 500 parts. The M142 HIMARS is a light multiple rocket launcher which is mounted on a standard Army M1140 frame. Used by the U.S Army, they were first fielded in 2005 and can still be seen in use today.
Soviet KV-122 Heavy Tank
PKTM07128 – RRP £14.99
L: 94.2mm, W:46mm
Trumpeters kit of the Soviet KV-122 Heavy Tank comes in 1:72 scale and contains over 50 parts. These tanks were a series of Soviet heavy tanks and gained their name after the Soviet defence commissar and politician, Kliment Voroshilov (KV). They found use for the Red Army during World War II. One KV-122 prototype was made in 1943, however it was never taken into service.
Russian T-62 MBT Mod 1972
PKTM07147 – RRP £14.99
L: 139mm, W: 48.6mm
The 1:72 scale kit of the T-62 contains more than 60 parts. First brought into service in 1961, this medium battle tank was the first to be armed with a smoothbore tank gun which could fire rounds at a higher velocity. The tank has been used in many wars and can still be seen in battle today.
Soviet 2A3 Kondensator 2P 406mm Self-propelled Howitzer
PKTM09529 – RRP £89.99
L: 430.6mm, W: 96.8mm
The tank originated during the Cold War by the Soviet Union in response to the United States emphasis on heavy use of nuclear weapons. They had a short service life, working from between 1956 until 1960, with one of them being placed on static display at the Central Armed Forces Museum in Moscow. This Trumpeter kits comes in 1:35 scale and contains more than 830 parts.
2S19-M2 Self-propelled Howitzer
PKTM09534 – RRP £69.99
L: 339.3mm, W: 103mm
With more than 1,000 parts, this 1:35 scale kit of the 2S19-M2 Self-propelled Howitzer can be used with the 85mm Gun Muzzle Brake (PKTM006642) which is available separately. The tank, which was designed by Russia/Soviet Union, entered service in 1989 and has seen battle in the Second Chechen War and the War in Donbass. It can be deployed as either an unarmoured towed gun, or it can be fitted in armoured self-propelled artillery mountings.
Russian 2S14 Tank Destroyer
PKTM09536 – RRP £44.99
L: 215.5mm, W: 80.7mm
This 1:35 scale kit contains more than 460 parts. The Russian Tank Destroyer was a prototype variant of the original BTR-70 and armed with a 2A62 88mm gun. Due to poor penetration of the gun, the tank destroyer never entered production.
E-100 Heavy Tank Krupp Turret
PKTM09543 – RRP £37.99
L: 215.5mm, W: 127.7mm
Development of the E-100 started towards the end of World War II with its purpose to be a heavy artillery system, an anti-aircraft vehicle and a heavy tank destroyer. In 1944, Hitler ordered the development of super heavy tanks to stop with the prototype partially complete. A year later it was found by American forces with the tank then being shipped to England for evaluation before being scrapped. Containing more than 250 parts, this plastic assembly kit is available in 1:35 scale.
Russian KV-3 Heavy Tank
PKTM09544 – RRP £43.99
L: 276.7mm, W: 95mm
Trumpeters kit of the Russian KV-3 Heavy Tank comes in 1:35 scale and contains over 320 parts. These tanks were a series of Soviet heavy tanks and gained their name after the Soviet defence commissar and politician, Kliment Voroshilov (KV). They found use for the Red Army during World War II. Three variants of the KV-3 prototype were planned with only a prototype hull being built for one of them.
Russian Obj 199 BMPT Ramka w/ATGM Launcher ATAKA
PKTM09565 – £50.99
L: 207mm, W: 117mm
The Russian Obj 199 BMPT Ramka with Anti-tank guided missiles (ATGM) is a post-Cold war armoured fighting vehicle (AFV). It was designed to support tanks and other military vehicles in urban warfare. In 2011 the AFV entered service and still remains active today. Available in 1:35 scale this plastic kit contains more than 1100 parts.