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UMD-315 1/72 T-26-4 Soviet WW2 Light Tank model kit

UM UMD-315 1/72 T-26-4 Soviet WW2 Light Tank model kit
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UMD-315 1/72 T-26-4 Soviet WW2 Light Tank model kit

UM 1/72 T-26-4 Soviet WW2 Light Tank model kit. Pic.1
UM 1/72 T-26-4 Soviet WW2 Light Tank model kit. Pic.1

An artillery T-26-4 tank was developed in 1932 basing on experience of designing the T-26 tank with a A-43 turret of the constructor N. Dyrenkov. Especially for the new machine anenlarged turret was designed on the Voroshilov titled plant, inside of which the KT cannonwas mounted, along with one or two DT machine guns. Later the turretof similar designwith small reworks was used when designing a known artillery tank of the Red Army BT-7A.The tank T-26-4 was the most famous artillery tank with a rotating turret, developed on the basis of the T-26 tank.