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Soviet anti-aircraft tank T-90
Manufacturer: Micro-Mir (Ukraine)
Paint: Unpainted, Unassembled, Kit do not contain paints and glue.
Condition: New in Box
The tank T-90 was based on T-70M tank, and designed in October 1942. Instead of a tank turret it was installed a new octagonal open turret. Its main armament consisted of two 12.7mm DShKT machine guns. The maximum canting angle was 85 degrees.
The Soviet Union lacked tracked, armoured self-propelled anti-aircraft guns at the beginning of World War II. The first serious design of a real air-defence vehicle was in 1942, when a twin 12.7 mm DShK machine gun turret with optical sights was built for mounting on the T-60 scout tank. The T-70 became available in the meantime, and was adopted as the basis for the T-90 self-propelled anti-aircraft gun. The program was cancelled in 1943, in favour of the ZSU-37 37 mm self-propelled anti-aircraft gun, built on an SU-76 chassis (Zaloga & Grandsen 1984:119). The ZSU-37 used the cannon developed for the M1939 towed carriage.
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