They officially entered combat in the summer of 1944 during Operation Bagration, where Russian soldiers gave it the nickname Zveroboy (beast killer) due to its ability to destroy Tiger I and Panther tanks. The JSU-152 proved its effectiveness against both tanks and fortifications all the way to the Battle of Berlin and greatly contributed to the Russian victory.
About the Model
*1/35 scale plastic assembly kit of the Russian JSU-152. Length: 258mm, Width: 92mm.
*The dynamic form of the tank along with its 152mm howitzer has been realistically reproduced.
*Mantlet and front hull feature realistic cast metal surface texture.
*Hatch can be assembled in either open or closed position. Loader's hatch is movable.
*Realistic separate type resin tracks and belt type tracks included.
*Photo-etched engine grilles enhance realism.
*4 types of markings included.