Rhm.-Borsig Waffenträger WoT 1:35 scale Resin Kit ready made tank model - ResinScales

RHM B WT World of Tanks 1:35 Resin Kit

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1/35 scale, unpainted resin kit.

Reviews

  1. wangster

    The packaging is very good, very safe. Great accuracy of details.

  2. gonnafaint

    Received this in the evening. I polished and sprayed it with a primer. I am very eager to make it! The details are so awesome I am going to faint! The layer pattern is a bit more obvious than expected, but it is easy to handle if you want to make a rolled steel sheet! The details are also very good. The all-in-one printed turret is super strong. The packaging is great and the bubble wrap is full. Super cool!

  3. 5th class

    This time the pitch structure has been improved, and there is no need to worry about lifting.

  4. xiaomings

    so far so good la. nothing wrong

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    Description

    The Rhm.-Borsig Waffenträger is a German tier 8 tank destroyer

    Developed by the Rheinmetall-Borsig company and designed as a special artillery carrier. The vehicle was designed to carry an artillery system as well as to fire from the chassis. The vehicle utilized the suspension of the Hetzer tank destroyer. Development continued from the end of 1942 through to the middle of 1944. However, the project was discontinued in favor of the Ardelt project because of a complicated design, high cost, and excessive weight.

    RHM B WT in the World of Tanks game

    The Rheinmetall-Borsig Waffenträger, nicknamed “the roomba”, is the first of the Waffenträger (Support Weapon) class tank destroyers available to the player. It has exceptionally good camouflage value in its tier.

    Unlike most tank destroyers, its gun is mounted on a turret, making it quite versatile on the battlefield. Its first gun, 128 mm gun, has high penetration, accuracy, and rate of fire, whereas the 15 cm gun sports higher damage at the cost of lower penetration, accuracy, and rate of fire.

    To balance, the Rheinmetall-Borsig has absolutely no armor — even less than its predecessors — and is somewhat sluggish like the Sturer Emil. Like its predecessors, it performs best taking a position behind the front line to deliver supporting fire to enemy tanks being fought by teammates up front.

    The Rhm.-Borsig Waffenträger leads to the Waffenträger auf Pz. IV.