April 30, 2017 by brennon
Inside the set you get…
- Enough plastic components to make one Chi-Ha or the up-gunned Type 97-Kai Shinhoto Chi-Ha
- Damage markers
- Full-colour waterslide decal sheet
- A Bolt Action stat card
- A detailed booklet describing how to build and paint your Chi-Ha
…and if you’re interested in some of the variants you can see them below.
This tank was the second most produced in the Japanese Army and it was outfitted with all manner of interesting options for use on the field of battle.
Despite what you might think it does have the capability to act as a good anti-tank vehicle and can hold its own too. As you’re doing some island hopping maybe this might feature as part of your collection.
What do you make of the Chi-Ha?
"Despite what you might think it does have the capability to act as a good anti-tank vehicle and can hold its own too..."