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TACAM T-60 (RO100)

TACAM T-60 (RO100)

TACAM T-60 (RO100)
includes one TACAM T-60 Tank Destroyer with crew.

The TACAM T-60 is an ingenious combination of two bits of captured Soviet equipment, the T-60 light tank and the 76.2mm obr 1936 field gun (FK36(r) as used by the Germans).

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Red Bear
Red Bear
is the Allied forces (Soviet, Poles and Romanians). serving on the Eastern Front between January 1944 and February 1945.

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Hull-mounted Guns
Some tanks mount weapons in the front of the hull instead of in a turret to save weight or to make them easier to produce.

A hull-mounted weapon mounted in the front of a vehicle has a 180-degree Field of Fire covering everything in front of a line drawn across the front of the vehicle. If the weapon is mounted at the rear of the vehicle, the Field of Fire covers everything to the rear of a line drawn across the rear of the vehicle.
The TACAM T-60 in Flames Of War
Equipment and Notes

TACAM T-60 Standard Tank 1 0 0 AA MG, Overloaded.
76mm F-22 gun
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34 vehicles were completed by the end of 1943 and assigned to the training unit of the 1st Armoured Division where they were split into the 61st and 62nd TACAM companies. They saw service in Transnistria and Basarabia in February to August 1944.
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Super-heavy tanks and heavily-laden assault guns often overload their engines and suspensions, making them very poor at crossing obstacles.

When required to take a Bogging Check to cross Difficult Going, an Overloaded vehicle becomes Bogged Down on
a roll of 1 or 2, rather than the usual 1.

An Overloaded vehicle must re-roll successful Skill Tests to cross Very Difficult Going.
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One company of TACAM T-60 tank-hunters continued fighting in Transylvania after the Romanians had joined
the Allies. The Romanians also used their old R-2 tanks combined with the Soviet 76.2mm ZIS-3 gun to create the TACAM R-2. This also saw action against the Germans and Hungarians.

Designed by Evan Allen
Painted by Mark Hazell

Mid-war Monsters
In our research we have uncovered lots of really interesting experimental tanks. Some were just designs that were never completed. Others were completed as prototypes, and some even saw small-scale field testing!

These tanks were weird and wonderful, ranging from a 100-ton monster and a First World War relic, to a tank with two side-by-side main guns, an armoured car weighing more than a tank, and a machine-gun armed light tank with the armour of a heavy tank!

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Download a PDF on fielding the TACAM T-60 Tank-hunter in Flames Of War here...

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Mid-war Monsters
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The Contents of TACAM T-60 Blister
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TACAM T-60 (RO100)
Description of Components
a. 1x 76mm gun barrel.
b. 1x Crew sprue.
1x Stowage bin sprue.
d. 1x Right track.
e. 1x Left track.
f. 1x Resin hull.
Assembling the TACAM T-60
Step 1. Begin by attaching the right track to the resin hull. Tip: Evan has marked each track in order to get the orientation correct. Below is the left track of the TACAM T-60 with an arrow showing which end of the track needs to point to the front of the vehicle. Step 2. Next, add the left track.
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Step 3. Time to add the stowage bins to the TACAM-60. Step 4. Next up is the gun.
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Step 5. Followed by the gunner figure. Step 6. And then the loader figure. Step 7. With the crew in place, the TACAM T-60 is ready for painting.
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Last Updated On Monday, February 25, 2019 by Luke at Battlefront