This is an injection-plastic military vehicle model kit.
Adapted from the manufacturer:
In November 1941, the Chelyabinskaya Sverdlovsk UZTM Design Bureau designed the KV-7. It is equipped with two 45mm and one 76mm cannon, two 7.62mm machine guns, and 150 rounds of ammunition; all of the gund were placed behind a shield. It also had a 100mm thick non-rotating turret, and weighed 45 tons with a crew of 6. According to the instructions, the KV-7 was sent to Moscow for review in December 1941; the KV-7 was, however, considered a failure, with the leaders favoring the flamethrower tank, the KV-8. Stalin said, "Why do I need three guns? Best to install one," thus bringing about the end of the KV-7.
Molded in gray and clear plastic; includes links and copper wire.