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Bel's Kitty: Big Guns


Natalia Isabel Novgorod’s first project, the KV-12T Lev supertank, was designed to be modular, so when the Cephian Minister of Planetary Defense casually mentioned he needed support vehicles to accompany his KV-12s in combat Bel smiled, for in a secret hanger . . .

Finger and Toe Models announces the release of the 28mm card stock Bel’s Kitty, the Big Guns, an expansion for Bel’s Kitty to support your armored assaults.  Using the parts included you can build either the KV-12P Grom tank destroyer or the KV-12R Shkval assault mortar.  This is not a standalone kit and requires Bel’s Kitty.  The same six camouflage schemes as the original KV-12 are included.

Remember, every Finger and Toe model comes with SMOOSH ASSURANCE: if ya’ll smoosh your  Bel’s Kitty, Big Guns, a new one waits your summons from hard drive and printer.

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December 18th, 2013
Finally had time to add the Anti-tank gun to my force. It looks awesome. I used magnets in the Anti-tank gun compartment so that I have an APC when I want and then when I want an Anti-tank gun I just set the gun compartment in place. These models ar [...]
May 7th, 2012
This is another addition to Bel's Kitty that I really enjoy using to do modifications. Not only can you build it the way the instructions indicate, I also borrow one of the guns and add it to Cargo Bay from the Mule and Mortar addition to create an APC [...]
September 1st, 2011
As if the KV12 "Bel's Kitty" supertank is not a scary enough prospect on the games table, Glenn at Finger and Toe has produced a mean upgrade. Bel's Kitty: Big Guns is not a standalone product but a very useful add-on. This is not a bad thing [...]
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June 25, 2011
This title was added to our catalog on June 27, 2011.