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AFV 1/350 German U-Boat Type VII/B AFV-SE73502 AFV 1/350 German U-Boat Type VII/B AFV-SE73502
$26.99
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AFV 1/350 German U-Boat Type VII/B
AFV 1/350 IJN Submarine I-58 Late Type w/Kaiten AFV-SE73508 AFV 1/350 IJN Submarine I-58 Late Type w/Kaiten AFV-SE73508
$45.99
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AFV 1/350 IJN Submarine I-58 Late Type w/Kaiten
AFV 1/350 Japanese Navy I-19 Submarine AFV-SE73506 AFV 1/350 Japanese Navy I-19 Submarine AFV-SE73506
$42.99
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AFV 1/350 Japanese Navy I-19 Submarine
AFV 1/350 USS Gato Submarine 1943 AFV-SE73511 AFV 1/350 USS Gato Submarine 1943 AFV-SE73511
$42.99
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AFV 1/350 USS Gato Submarine 1943
AFV Club 1/350 German U-Boat Type 7/D AFV Club 1/350 German U-Boat Type 7/D
$31.99
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AFV Club 1/350 German U-Boat Type 7/D
AFV Club 1/350 German XXI U-Boat AFV Club 1/350 German XXI U-Boat
$25.99
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AFV Club 1/350 German XXI U-Boat
Bandai 1/48 Exploring Lab Shinkai 6500 Thruster G0177688 Bandai 1/48 Exploring Lab Shinkai 6500 Thruster G0177688
$89.99
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Bandai 1/48 Exploring Lab Shinkai 6500 Thruster
Bandai 1/700 Deep Sea Drilling Vessel Chikyu G0178384 Bandai 1/700 Deep Sea Drilling Vessel Chikyu G0178384
$89.99
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Bandai 1/700 Deep Sea Drilling Vessel Chikyu
Bronco 1/350 USS Seawolf Submarine Bronco 1/350 USS Seawolf Submarine
$19.99
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Description

Length: 310 mm Width: 64 mm Height: 67 mm.
Plastic parts: 26. Decals by Cartograf for 2 different versions.

Bronco 1/350 Vanguard Class Submarine HMS-29 Victorious Bronco 1/350 Vanguard Class Submarine HMS-29 Victorious
$21.99
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Bronco 1/350 Vanguard Class Submarine HMS-29 Victorious
EASY 1/700 SUB JAP OYASHIO CLA SS EASY 1/700 SUB JAP OYASHIO CLA SS
$15.99
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EASY 1/700 SUB JAP OYASHIO CLA SS
EASY 1/700 SUB RUSSIAN KILO CL ASS EASY 1/700 SUB RUSSIAN KILO CL ASS
$15.99
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EASY 1/700 SUB RUSSIAN KILO CL ASS
Hobby Boss 1/350 DKM Navy Type IX B U-Boat H83507 Hobby Boss 1/350 DKM Navy Type IX B U-Boat H83507
$15.99
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Description

Type IXB was an improved version of type IX with increased range of 1500 nautical miles and slightly heavier. The designed was improved again in the IXC type.This type was the most successful overall with each boat averaging over 100,000 tons of sinking. They had 22 torpedoes stored which gave a determined U-boat commander a serious striking power which could be used night after night against the same convoy, as was often the case.

  Perhaps the most famous IXB boat was the U-123 under the command of Kptlt. Hardegen which opened up the attack in the US waters in early 1942 known as Operation Drumbeat.U-107, under the command of Hessler, made the most successful convoy mission of the war over with close to 100,000 tons sunk out of Freetown, Africa.

Model Dimension    Length: 219mm   Beam: 19mm
Total Plastic Parts    47pcs
Total Sprues    2 sprue, upper hull and lower hull
Photo Etched Parts    2pcs
Hobby Boss 1/350 DKM Type VII-A U-Boat H83503 Hobby Boss 1/350 DKM Type VII-A U-Boat H83503
$15.99
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Description

These boats, designed in 1933-1934, were the first of a new generation of German attack U-boats known, as Type VII, they were popular with their crews and very agile on the surface. They also had a much more powerful striking power than the smaller Type IIs. They had 5 torpedo tubes (4 at the bow) and would carry 11 torpedoes onboard or 22 TMA (=33 TMB) mines. They also had the effective 88mm fast-firing deck gun with about 160 rounds of ammunition.

Type VIIB was an improvement on this design with substantially increased range.

All but two (U-29 and U-30, both scuttled in Kupfermühlen Bay on May 4, 1945) Type VIIA U-boats were sunk during World War Two.

Model Dimension    Length: 184.4mm   Beam: 17.46mm
Total Plastic Parts    58pcs
Total Sprues    1 sprue, upper hull and lower hull

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AFV 1/350 German U-Boat Type VII/B
AFV 1/350 IJN Submarine I-58 Late Type w/Kaiten
AFV 1/350 Japanese Navy I-19 Submarine
AFV 1/350 USS Gato Submarine 1943
AFV Club 1/350 German U-Boat Type 7/D
AFV Club 1/350 German XXI U-Boat
Bandai 1/48 Exploring Lab Shinkai 6500 Thruster
Bandai 1/700 Deep Sea Drilling Vessel Chikyu

Description

Length: 310 mm Width: 64 mm Height: 67 mm.
Plastic parts: 26. Decals by Cartograf for 2 different versions.

Bronco 1/350 Vanguard Class Submarine HMS-29 Victorious
EASY 1/700 SUB JAP OYASHIO CLA SS
EASY 1/700 SUB RUSSIAN KILO CL ASS

Description

Type IXB was an improved version of type IX with increased range of 1500 nautical miles and slightly heavier. The designed was improved again in the IXC type.This type was the most successful overall with each boat averaging over 100,000 tons of sinking. They had 22 torpedoes stored which gave a determined U-boat commander a serious striking power which could be used night after night against the same convoy, as was often the case.

  Perhaps the most famous IXB boat was the U-123 under the command of Kptlt. Hardegen which opened up the attack in the US waters in early 1942 known as Operation Drumbeat.U-107, under the command of Hessler, made the most successful convoy mission of the war over with close to 100,000 tons sunk out of Freetown, Africa.

Model Dimension    Length: 219mm   Beam: 19mm
Total Plastic Parts    47pcs
Total Sprues    2 sprue, upper hull and lower hull
Photo Etched Parts    2pcs

Description

These boats, designed in 1933-1934, were the first of a new generation of German attack U-boats known, as Type VII, they were popular with their crews and very agile on the surface. They also had a much more powerful striking power than the smaller Type IIs. They had 5 torpedo tubes (4 at the bow) and would carry 11 torpedoes onboard or 22 TMA (=33 TMB) mines. They also had the effective 88mm fast-firing deck gun with about 160 rounds of ammunition.

Type VIIB was an improvement on this design with substantially increased range.

All but two (U-29 and U-30, both scuttled in Kupfermühlen Bay on May 4, 1945) Type VIIA U-boats were sunk during World War Two.

Model Dimension    Length: 184.4mm   Beam: 17.46mm
Total Plastic Parts    58pcs
Total Sprues    1 sprue, upper hull and lower hull