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Soviet Bronekater Armoured Patrol BoatAdd to Wish List
A type 1124 Soviet armoured boat. This is a resin and metal kit requiring extensive assembly. Based on the classic Soviet riverine vessel, the BoltAction BK1124 is a floating tank. The Soviets used the bronekaters (armoured boats) to penetrate deep...
Soviet Navy FleetAdd to Wish List
Voyenno-morskoy flot SSSR (VMF) – i.e. The Military Maritime Fleet of the USSR, or the ‘Red Fleet’ for short. The Russian Armed forces of WWII are an interesting blend of extraordinary innovation and technical achievement, and extraordinary inexperience and foolish...
Soviet G-5 MTBsAdd to Wish List
The Soviets used many captured craft and received British and American MTBs that were used in their light flotillas. Their home-grown efforts, however, produced the peculiar looking G-5 light torpedo boats. They built scores of these aluminium boats, a material...
Cruel Seas: Soviet Bronekater pr.1125 with KatyushaAdd to Wish List
Often referred to as the “riverine tanks” or “Bronekater” the gunboats of the project 1124 and 1125 series played an important role in securing the large system of waterways of the Soviet Union. Transportable by train from a river to...
Cruel Seas: Convoy FreighterAdd to Wish List
All nations relied on the successful shipment of goods, whether those goods be munitions or simply food and clothing. Such vessels would band together in convoys for mutual protection, often accompanied by escorts. Most freighters were practically defenceless against attacking...
Cruel Seas: Soviet MO-4 patrol boatAdd to Wish List
MO-4 was the most common of the MO class of small Soviet ships during World War II. Approximately 250 examples were produced. The vessels were incredibly cheap, being unarmoured and with a wooden structure. However, the way the vessels were...