German Battleship Bismarck Gun Turret `Bruno`

  • Model: TAK5012
  • 1 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Takom


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Takom 1/72 German Battleship Bismarck Gun Turret `Bruno`

--Bismarck is a German Navy battleship commissioned in August 1940 during World War II and is the name ship of the Bismarck-class battleship.
--The main gun was not the triple gun or quadruple gun adopted by other great powers, but the 38 cm 48 caliber gun that complied with the Washington Naval Treaty was selected.
--The main turret was usually named by the German Navy as A turret (Anton), B turret (Bruno), C turret (Tsezar), D turret (Dora) and a radio code (phonetic code) in order from the bow direction. ..
-The Bismarck class is equipped with an excellent optical fire control system, and the German Navy used pods on battleships as well as tanks to shorten the firing interval of shells, so the Hood was used in the Battle of the Denmark Strait. I was able to demonstrate high accuracy and artillery ability such as sinking.

--With etched parts
-Includes 5 types of painting drawings
--Base (cylindrical base) included

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