M1A1 Abrams main battle tank is the principal combat tank of the
United States Army (and USMC of course).
M1 Abrams was designed by the General Dynamics Corporation and
first entered US Army service around 1980.
improved version of the M1, the M1A1 was introduced around 1985.
The M1A1 has a 120mm smoothbore gun developed by Rheinmetall GmbH
of Germany. These guns, loaded with depleted-uranium shells, proved
extraordinarily lethal to the tanks.
the M1A2 SEP and TUSK versions entered service, with more protecion
against IEDs and unconventional weapon tactics.
makes the M1A1 a leader in tank design is it's ability to fire
on a target, even while operating at top speed. Once the barrel
(weapons system) is locked on a target, no matter what kind of
uneven terrain is covered or how the tank corners, the barrel
stays locked on the target.
Army M1A2 Tusk II - V2, TUSK I, TUSK II with 3 marking options.
Flexible tracks, CROWS and reactive armor inlcuded. Gun shield
parts of V2, TUSKI and TUSK II versions. Photo-etched parts and
M1A2 SEP Abrams TUSK I/TUSK II Battle Tank.
Features crisp exterior detail, well rendered running gear with
poly cap, individual track links, spare (road wheel, drive sprocket),
supplemental belly armor, reactive armor blocks for side skirts
and turret, tile-shaped reactive plates, armored shields for commander
and loader machine guns, coaxial machine gun (movable), commanders
M2HB machine gun and CITV (rotable), smoke grenades dischargers,
movable position crew hatches, storage baskets, optional armor
plate (open/closed), VCSU A/C compressor, ammunition boxes, additional
exterior filigree accents, clear parts for (periscopes, lights,
vision ports and optical equipment), photoetch grills.
with Mine Plough "Desert Storm" + 1st Infantry
Division Big Red One Figure Set
The American-designed and produced M1A1 Abrams main battle tank
(MBT). M256 smoothbore 120mm main gun. Mine plough is featured.
The scale tank is accompanied by a set of four plastic soldiers
from the 1st Infantry Division "The Big Red One". These
figures reflecting modern-day uniforms and weapons are in action
poses, one of them is even digging up a mine.
M1A1 Tank Model
M1A1 ifeatures like NBC protection and blowout panels for ammo
lockers. Rheinmetall 120mm smoothbore gun.
SEP Tank Model
Spectacular M1A2 SEP kit that possesses many completely new parts
such as a VCSU (Vapor Compression System Unit) box, GPS-LOS device,
the commanders cupola and the thermal viewer peculiar to this
version. This is not just a kit with a minor facelift, for all
new parts have been carefully designed using Dragon?s advanced
engineering processes. The front fenders are new, while the side
skirts can be shown open and the suspension arms can be modeled
in a range of positions. The liberal inclusion of photo-etched
parts (e.g. air intake grills) and metal items (e.g. gun barrel)
SEP Abrams TUSK II
M1A2 Abrams main battle tank. Due to the threats posed by RPGs
and improvised explosive devices (IEDs) tanks were upgraded with
more protection in the form of Tank Urban Survival Kits (TUSK
I). Reactive armor on the hull sides, hull underside armor to
protect against land mines, an M2 machine gun mounted above the
main gun barrel, infrared cameras for the crew, and an external
telephone for communication with accompanying infantry. TUSK II
added features such as tile-shaped reactive armor to the turret
and hull sides, armored shield for the commander, and a rear-view
A1 Abrams Tank Super Kit
Abrams M1 A1 Tank: Finely rendered tan styrene and resin parts.
Exquisitely detailed resin turrent interior. Highly detailed
resin engine. Detailed resin driver's compartment.
Detailed road wheels and injection molded tracks. Highly detailed
turret and hull exterior. Mesh for the storage bucket at the rear
of the tank turret. Detailed weapons and equipment. Transparent
film. Quality waterslide decals with markings for 2 US Army versions.
Abrams "Iraq 2003"
Decals for both US Army & US Marine C Company, 1st Tank Battalion.
Precise mortar and other weapon systms.
Accessories from new tooling, Flexible tracks.
Abrams 120mm Gun Tank
120mm smooth bore cannon, M1A1HA was later developed featuring
depleted uranium armor. M1A2 with Intervehicular Information System
(IVIS), Commander's Independent Thermal Viewer (CITV) turret and
new style vision block.
Includes: Abrams tank, 1 commander figure and 1 loader torso figure,
and lots of accessories. Decals for 4 desert vehicles and one
NATO vehicle are also included in the kit.
M1A1 Abrams (Heavy Armor) with Figure Set
USMC M1A1HA (Heavy Armor), first-generation depleted uranium armor
mesh within its composite armor package. The USMC currently operates
403 M1A1 Abrams tank.
/ A2 Abrams Tank
Contains 616 parts to make any 1 of 5 variants.
M1A1HA, M1A1HA with Track Width Mine Plow, M1A1HA with Mine Roller,
M1A2 Abrams or M1 Panther II Mine Clearing Tank.
/ M1A1HA Abrams Main Battle Tank
M1A2 or M1A1HA are provided. Commander's Independent Thermal Viewer
(CITV) and a new style vision block have been accurately reproduced.
Missile Counter Measures Device (MCD), smoke discharger and float
brackets also included to allow reproduction of Marine Corps version.
Combat Identification Panels (CIP), M2 machine gun, and Auxiliary
Power Unit (APU) accessories included. Includes Commander and
loader half body figures Decals for 4 desert vehicles and one
NATO vehicle are provided.
M1A1 Abrams with Mine Plow
This kit is highly detailed and features an operable movable Mine
Plow. Includes life-like Commander and Loader figures,
movable main turret, and realistic plastic tracks
Panther II, U.S. Army
M1 Panther II. This 43-ton American armoured vehicle is basically
an Abrams modified for mine clearing, with the turret removed.
Slide mold technology contributes a .50-cal MG with an opened
muzzle, detailed video cameras, and accurately detailed grenade
launchers. Includes metal tow cables, Highly detailed suspension
with separate suspension arms. Photo-etched frets offer components
for the MG mount and bolt heads. Convenient "Magic Tracks"
SEP V2 (System Enhanced Program) Vehicle
M1A2 SEP V2, where ‘SEP' stands for System Enhanced Program
and ‘V2' denotes Version 2. It has integrated command, control,
communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance
(C4ISR) capabilities, which incorporate FBCB2l. FLIR thermal-imaging
system, while an upgraded Commander's Independent Thermal Viewer
(CITV) provides a hunter-killer capacity that allows the M1A2
SEP V2 to engage one target while simultaneously tracking another.
Lethality improvements include a Common Remotely Operated Weapon
Station (CROWS) II that can be fired from inside the MBT using
a joystick and screen, thus reducing the crew's exposure to snipers.
Also added is a phone on the back of the tank so soldiers can
talk to the crew.
SEP Abrams Tusk I/Tusk II/Tusk Battle Tank
Features crisp exterior detail, 1-piece lower hull, detailed turret,
well rendered running gear (individual track links, road wheels
and drive sprocket), supplemental belly armor, reactive armor
blocks for side skirts and turret, tile-shaped reactive plates,
armored shields for Commander and loader machine guns, multi-part
gun barrel, coaxial machine gun, commanders M2HB machine gun and
CITV, smoke grenades dischargers, hinged hatches, storage baskets,
jerry cans and additional exterior filigree accents, ammunition
boxes, transparent clear and green parts for (periscopes, lights,
vision ports and optical equipment), photoetch (grills, brackets
and other accents).
M1 A1 Abrams
Modern AFV Series UMSC M1A1 Abrams (Heavy Armor)