Hobby Master 1/72 Ground Power Series
ISU-122S Tank Destroyer
No.23, Soviet Army, Poland 1944
Fully assembled
True to Scale (1:72)
Die-Cast chassis,
Main gun can be elevated
Realistic tracks
Realistic wheels
Highly detailed features
Professionally painted in accurate colors
Markings Tampo (pad) applied
The ISU-122 was a Soviet WWII self-propelled gun designed mainly for an anti-tank role.
Originally ISU hulls were being used to mount ML-20S 152mm gun-howitzers but the hull
production quickly out paced the gun production so it was decided to mount surplus A-19
122 mm (4.8 in) guns. The A-19 was eventually with a semi-automatic breech block and
the gun became the D-25S and the vehicle became the ISU-122S. The D-25S made it
possible to double the rate of fire from 1.5 rounds/minute to 3 rounds.

The Soviet Red Army crossed into Poland on July 13, 1944 and spent 40 days outside
Warsaw. On September 11, 1944 Soviet forces moved in and in 3 days eliminated
German resistance. On the fourth day the Soviets broke out and began their push
towards Berlin in an effort to be the first army there. On April 20, 1945 Soviet artillery
including ISU-122S began shelling Berlin and continued until the German surrender on
May 2 1945 with a official surrender taking place May 7, 1945.

Soviet ISU-122S Specifications

Crew – 5 X Commander (Radio Operator), Gunner, Driver, 2 X Loaders

Engine – 520bhp, 12 cylinder diesel

Top Speed Road – 37 km/h
Operational Range – 240 km
Weight – 41.8 tonne
Length – 6.8 m
Width – 3.07 m
Height – 2.46 m

Gun Mantlet – 120 mm Thick
122 mm Main Gun
12.7 mm DShK anti-aircraft machine gun (not all units)
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The marking reads
“Imeni Mikoyana”
“In honor of Mikoyan”
referring to Soviet Foreign
Minister Anastas Mikoyan
not his brother MiG designer