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STZ-5 Soviet Artillery Tractor Vulcan Scale Models 1/35

I built a tractor that the Soviet army used during World War II. It is a kit of Vulcan scale Models. I'm not so sure about the slogan, but I think it might be "Kill the fascist!"
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T-90 Russian Main Battle Tank Zvezda 1/35

It is a kit of Zvezda's T-90 tank. The box assembly of the tank body I was most concerned about was completed without any problem. The lower part of the tank body at the bottom of the chassis was slightly curved. However, it was okay to fix it with my hand and adjust it so that it fits well with the parts on the side.
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Sherman Tank M4A2 (76) Red Army Dragon 1/35

Dragon Sherman Tank. It is a tank of the Red Army. It is the so-called Sherman M4A2 tank marked by the Soviet Union in the German-Soviet war. This marking is the 2nd Guards Tank Army, Berlin 1945, right after the fall of Berlin.
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T-34/76 1942/43 Factory No.183 AFV Club 1/35

It's the AFV Club T-34/76 tank. Each factory has a slightly different shape, and the kit is "made in 183 factories." Waffle type track belt from MiniArt is used. When I purchased it, I mistakenly purchased an internal reproduction model of clear parts, so I make it normally.
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T-72B Mod. 1990 Russian Main Battle Tank Trumpeter 1/35

This is a Trumpeter T-72B Mod. 1990. There are connected track belts from the beginning, and it is easy to assemble with appropriate etched parts. As I thought, it is a modern tank, so the number of parts is quite large. It's hard to reach the painting.
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Missile SS-1C Scud B With MAZ-543 TEL Soviet Army Dragon 1/35

Dragon SS -1 C Scud B and 8 wheels drive large military vehicle kit. As you can see from the package, it is a little old kit now. Since it was big, I tried to make it sturdy to some extent, so I buried putty in the gap of the tire and hardened it with a relatively strong instant adhesive.
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KV-1 Type-C Russian Heavy Tank Tamiya 1/35

This is the old kit of Tamiya's KV-1 heavy tank. I used this because I had a leftover belt-style Trumpeter. Adhesion is possible with plastic adhesives, so subtle looseness of track can be expressed only by adhesion. This time, the metal wire is stuck to the chassis to loosen the track.
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Object 279 Soviet Prototype Heavy Tank Amusing Hobby 1/35

This is Amusing Hobby Object 279. If you like to wear a combination track, don't hesitate to do this! The vehicle with a vicious form that can withstand a nuclear war is popular among Russian tank fans. It is rumored that the Amusing Hobby is the hardest to assemble among the 3 competitive production companies, but it was completed successfully.
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T-80U Russian Main Battle Tank Xact 1/35

It's a Xact T-80U kit. I was surprised about what to do when I opened the kit box and found a twisted belt track, but otherwise, it was a great kit. I wonder if this manufacturer is no longer active. Business continuity is difficult. I tried T-80, which is the guard of the Soviet Army.
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SU-122 Russian Tank Destroyer Tamiya 1/35

This is Tamiya SU-122 Russian Tank Destroyer. As expected, the attached belt-type track wear doesn't have much texture, so I used the connecting type track of AFV Club T-34. I recommend it because it is not so expensive. I think SU-122 has a thick gun barrel and is very strong, but since it is a howitzer, SU-85 and SU-100 seem to be stronger in terms of the ability to shoot an opponent vehicle.
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BMP-1 Russian Infantry Fighting Vehicle Trumpeter 1/35

The Russian infantry fighting vehicle BMP-1. Trumpeter kit. I wonder if these are rather plain and not very popular. I wrote "Soviet Army" and "Russian Army", but is this nationality mark Czech Army? I'm sorry I'm not too familiar with it. Trumpeter kits always have little to say about marking.
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