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Warlord Games writes:

Care of our friends over at Trenchworx, these new superb new resin vehicles are ripe to be added to a Soviet Bolt Action army.

T-35 Tank

T-35

Bristling with weaponry it may be, but due to the relatively thin skin of the T-35, it is rated in Bolt Action as only equivalent to a medium tank. Additionally, it was notoriously unreliable; this is reflected in its special rules – it gains additional pin markers when fired upon.

T-38 Tankette

T-38

The T-38 tankette was a modernized refinement on the T-37A, but only proved a moderate improvement. Used primarily for reconnaissance and infantry support, the tankette's poor armor was balanced, in some theaters, by its low silhouette and amphibious capability.

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