Ryefield Model 1/35 German Schutzenpanzer Puma (with Workable Track Links)
- Puma armored infantry combat vehicle is an infantry fighter car developed by PSM (Projekt System & Management) in Germany.
- Puma was developed from the latter half of the 1980s as a successor to Malda infantry fighting vehicles, but due to fiscal difficulties due to the unification of the East and West Germany and the collapse of the Soviet Union, the German Army changed the policy to continue using Malda until the 21st century It was.
- In the 21st century, heavy armor gearing ceremony in irregular warfare with guerrilla again attracted attention, and in the 2000s Puma's redesign and production preparation began full-scale.
- A prototype car of PUMA infantry combat cars was completed in 2005 and a total of 410 will be deployed to the German Federal Army from 2010 to 2020.
- Mainly armed with MK30-2 / ABM30mm machine cannon mounted on an unmanned remote control turret, the secondary armored weapon is equipped with MG4 light machine gun and a 6-inch 76mm grenade launcher.
- With the output of 1,088 hp V type 10 cylinder liquid-cooled diesel engine, the maximum speed is 70 km / h, the cruising distance is 600 km and equipped with mobility which can accompany Leopard 2.
- The crew is a pilot, a gunner, and a car length, and it is possible to accommodate six fully infantry infantry in the soldier's room.