TAMIYA Infantry Russian Assault(12) 35

(9 customer reviews)


Last updated on March 1, 2024 12:44 am Details


  • Plastic TM35207 kit
  • Assembly required
  • Glue and paint sold separately

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Price History for TAMIYA Infantry Russian Assault(12) 35

Additional information

Product Dimensions

9.25 x 5.5 x 1.75 inches

Item Weight

5.6 ounces

Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer




Date First Available

May 15, 2008

9 reviews for TAMIYA Infantry Russian Assault(12) 35

  1. Patricia G. Everly

    It came quickly & was very nice.

  2. francis conway

    The figures are really well configured, some of the parts need patience to get them properly positioned but my 7 year old grandson and I spent hours in assembing them and he’s had great fun setting up scenarios with them and other (German) figures from the range.
    Money well spent in these coronavirus days.

  3. Bazza

    Cracking set of figures, excellent value since most kits are 4 or 6 figures

  4. Scrouge

    Still the usual high quality Tamiya I remember from my youth. These were great value as you get 12 figures to make. They are ideal for dioramas featuring T34 v Tiger 1 tanks.

  5. Michael Hagger


  6. Ben

    Twelve figures for this price is a real bargain. What’s more, the figures are excellent quality. Parts are well-moulded and everything fits together perfectly. There are two sprues that each contain the six figures, then two identical equipment sprues. As a result, you’ll get plenty of bits and bobs left over at the end as spares, or to be placed in a diorama.

  7. david William eldridge

    Great kit and quick delivery

  8. Amazon Customer

    Very good product. Delivering above expectations.

  9. Ironmike

    Typical Tamiya 1/35 scale figures, terrible faces, the equipment is not crisp, most poses are like fence posts and the feet on most of their figures are like clumps of plastic mud. A lot of seams need to be trimmed/filed so I would suggest DML Dragon for the best plastic figures or a few of the others like Master Box or Mini Art which are far and away superior to Tamiya. They produce quality tanks and such but most of their figures are like so many clothes pins. Just my thoughts after forty odd years of building models.

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