1:16 Soviet Union KV-1'S RC Tank - FULL PRO VERSION 3878-FULL PRO
1:16 Soviet Union KV-1'S RC Tank - FULL PRO VERSION 3878-FULL PRO
1:16 Soviet Union KV-1'S RC Tank - Full pro version
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The Soviet Union KV-1's RC tank is a highly detailed and realistic replica of the iconic World War II tank. With its sturdy construction and attention to detail, this RC tank gives enthusiasts and history buffs alike the chance to experience the power and might of the legendary Soviet Union tanks.
The KV-1 tank was widely known for its heavy armor and formidable firepower, and this RC version faithfully replicates those features. Made from durable materials, the tank's body shell accurately reflects the design of the original tank, complete with the signature angular shape and distinctive turret.
The model features a realistic paint scheme, with authentic Soviet Union markings and weathering effects to provide a sense of historical accuracy. The tank also includes a range of intricate details, such as exhaust vents, rivets, and hatches, further enhancing its realistic appearance.
Equipped with fully functional tracks and wheels, the RC tank can move smoothly and effortlessly across various terrains. It can traverse rough surfaces, climb obstacles, and conquer inclines, just like the original KV-1 tank. The tank's well-designed suspension system ensures stability and control, allowing for precise maneuvering during battles or display purposes.
Additionally, the RC tank boasts functional features, including a rotating turret that can be controlled remotely. It provides a full 360-degree rotation, allowing enthusiasts to aim and fire its gun accurately. The gun barrel features realistic muzzle flash and sound effects, adding an extra level of immersion to the experience.
The tank's remote control system offers easy and intuitive operation, allowing users to control speed, direction, and turret rotation effortlessly. It provides a range of commands, including forward and backward movement, left and right turns, and turret elevation and depression.
Overall, the Soviet Union KV-1's RC tank is a detailed and faithful reproduction of a legendary tank that evokes a sense of history and military might. Its solid construction, realistic features, and precise controls make it an ideal choice for collectors, hobbyists, and enthusiasts looking to reenact battles and relive the glory days of the Soviet Union armored forces.
The Soviet Union KV-1 tank, also known as the Kliment Voroshilov tank, was a heavy tank developed and used by the Soviet military during World War II. It played a significant role in the early stages of the war, displaying superior armor and firepower compared to most other tanks of that time.
The development of the KV-1 began in the late 1930s, when the Red Army recognized the need for a heavily armored tank capable of withstanding German firepower. The tank was named after Kliment Voroshilov, a high-ranking Soviet politician and military officer. The design work was carried out by the Bolshevik Factory No. 2, under the supervision of chief designer Zh. Y. Kotin.
The KV-1 tank boasted thick armor, with a maximum thickness of 75mm on the front, making it nearly impervious to many German anti-tank guns and even some light artillery. It weighed around 45 tons, making it significantly heavier than most other tanks of that time. The tank was powered by a V-2K engine, which allowed it to achieve a top speed of around 35 km/h.
The KV-1 was armed with a 76.2mm cannon, which was first implemented on Soviet field guns. This gun had good anti-tank capabilities, able to penetrate the armor of most German tanks at the time. The tank also featured several machine guns, providing additional firepower against infantry and light vehicles.
The KV-1 tank entered service in 1939, just before the outbreak of World War II. During the initial stages of the war, it proved to be nearly invincible against the German tanks it encountered. The German forces quickly realized that their existing anti-tank weaponry was inadequately equipped to deal with the heavy armor of the KV-1.
However, as the war progressed, the Germans developed more effective anti-tank weapons, such as the 88mm gun, which could penetrate the KV-1's armor. In addition, the KV-1 suffered from mechanical issues and slow speed, making it vulnerable to German tactics that involved mobility and hit-and-run attacks.
Despite these challenges, the KV-1 continued to be an important asset for the Soviet Union during the war. It provided much-needed firepower and strong defensive capabilities in crucial battles, particularly during the Battle of Moscow in 1941. The tank's reputation as a formidable adversary influenced German strategy and tactics, forcing them to adapt and develop better armored vehicles to counter the KV-1.
The production of the KV-1 continued until 1943, after which it was gradually replaced by more advanced tanks like the IS-2. In total, approximately 6,000 KV-1 tanks were produced during its operational lifespan.
The KV-1 tank played a significant role in shaping the early stages of World War II, showcasing the Soviet Union's ability to produce highly advanced and heavily armored tanks. It remains an important symbol of Soviet military prowess during the war and its contribution to the eventual victory over Nazi Germany. German tank destroyer.
Track material, sprocket and idler wheel all made from metal
Latest Generation TK7.0 Multi-Function Control Board (MFCB)
Proportional acceleration, steering, turret traverse, and gun elevation/depression
Programmable radio settings for the amount of recoil, the sensitivity in turns, the overall sensitivity in acceleration, high speed and low-speed modes, etc
Smoke effect (On/Off)
Headlights and Brake lights (On/Off)
Volume (five settings including Off)
Four different sound sets. Each contains a unique engine start, idle, accelerating, traverse, elevate, machine gun, cannon firing, and shutdown sound
Track Recoil (Three settings from low, medium, and high) -This shudders the tank briefly rearward to simulate recoil when firing the main cannon
Fires a 6mm plastic BB (10 meters with minimal accuracy and limited velocity, but should still be treated with caution and with adequate eye protection)
Fires an invisible IR signal to be used as part of Heng Long's Infrared Battle System, which disables other tanks when hit five times during simulated combat. Up to 20 tanks at the same time can battle each other!
Independent suspension on all road wheels
Heng Long Soviet Union KV-1 Professional Edition 1/16 Scale Heavy Tank - RTR
2S 7.4v 1800mAh Li-ion battery with XT60 connector
2S USB LiPo/Li-ion battery charger
12-Channel 2.4GHz radio transmitter
Magnetic Infrared (IR) battle system receiver
Painted cosmetic accessory parts
Adhesive decal sheet
6mm plastic BBs (50 Pack)
2x spare track links
Complete instruction manual
Adjustable tracks tension
Steel Driving System
Metal Driving Wheels
Metal Idler Wheels
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