T-10M was a Soviet heavy tank developed in the early 1950s. It was first called IS-8 and then renamed T-10. About 1500 T-10 tanks were produced. Its main armament was a 122mm M-62-T2 (2A17) rifled gun, and its secondary weapons were a 14.5mm KPVT coaxial machine gun and an anti-aircraft machine gun. The loader and the commander had infrared night vision equipment. The tank was equipped with an NBC protection system. It was powered by a 750hp V-12-6 diesel engine. Its top speed was 50km/h and its operational range 350km. Its combat weight was 51t. T-10M tanks were used in the Operation Danube during the invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968 and finally removed from service in 1993.
- Length: 305mm Width: 97mm
- Offers clear lights, periscopes and optical equipment.
- Movable torsion bar suspension.
- Cement-free workable tracks
- Movable crew hatches
- Elevatable main gun barrel
- Phot -etched parts included
- Two paint schemes.