This item is limited to 3 per household.
――Explosion reaction Even if the armor of the armor is 1/72, you can enjoy one of the powerful ones as a finished product.
-It is a completed model that reproduces the American current infantry fighting vehicle, M2A3 Bradley, on 1/72 scale.
[About the actual vehicle]
--The M2 Bradley is a US military active infantry fighting vehicle that has been in operation since 1981.
――Various updates have been made since the start of deployment, but the M2A3 was introduced in 2000.
-Features a system that can be completely digitized, with improved shooting control, target capture, navigation, situational awareness, and more.
――You have high fighting power and operational ability.
--In addition, the armor surface uses explosive reaction armor called ERA.
――It was a feature that the defense power was further enhanced to improve the survival rate and protection of the occupants.
――With the deployment, he played an active part in the conflict zones of the world including the Middle East.
[About the model]
--The model is equipped with the M2A3's reactive armor, ERA, which appeared in 2000.
-Completely reproduce the ERA installed on the front, sides, and parts of the turret of the car body.
-The fine details on the surface are also reproduced in detail, powerfully expressing the atmosphere of armor as if equipped with armor.
――The finished model with a total length of about 9 cm is sharp and powerful.
-The turret equipped on the upper part of the car body is set with the TOW missile launcher.
--The launcher is also movable in shooting posture and moving state.
--Equipment unique to M2A3, CITV also accurately reproduces complicated shapes.
――In addition, the rear hatch of the car body can also be opened and closed.
――This model reproduces the camouflage-painted vehicle that is being developed in Europe and elsewhere.
--Painted model of the American infantry fighting vehicle M2A3 Bradley
―― 1/72 scale with a total length of about 90mm
--Camouflage paint finish
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )