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1:350 Sevastopol Russian Battleship Model Kit

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1:350 Sevastopol Russian Battleship Model Kit

Sevastopol was the first Dreadnought type of the Russian Navy laid down in June 1909 at the Baltic shipyard, St. Petersburg. The ship was put into operation on November 17, 1914, and in 1915 it joints the 1st Brigade of the Baltic Fleet battleships which ensured superiority of the Russian Navy over the German Fleet in the Baltic Sea during the First World War. The Sevastopol's primary armament included twelve 305mm guns located in four three-gun turret mounts. All together they could deliver fire against targets from any side of the ship. The skilled gun crew handled a firing rate of 1.5-2 rounds per minute, and the projectiles almost half-ton in weight had a range of 20 km. Sixteen 120-mm guns served for defense against enemy torpedo boats and submarines, and four stationary underwater torpedo tubes were designed for emergency fights.

Additional Information

Article No ZVE9040
Article No of Manufacturer 9040
Аvailability AVAILABLE
Colour For colouring
Scale 1:350
Manufacturer ZVEZDA
Series No
EAN 4600327090409
Material Polystyrene (plastic).
Epoch 1904-1905 Russo-Japanese War
Age recommendation Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Package content:

Plastic scale model kit made of polystyrene, an exact detailed replica of the real model.

Assembly instructions and decals included (water adhesive decals) The model comes unassembled and unpainted and requires glue and paints to be finished. Unless stated on the box the kit does not contain paints, glue, and brushes.

Additional products:

You can find the necessary paints and spraysglues and decal softenersprimers, surfacers and puttiestoolsbrushes in Modeling materials.

For further detailing such you can find various photo-etched parts and resin details.