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Radio Controlled RC Military Arm Battle BB Firing Type-90 (T90) R/C Tank 3808

SKU: 3808

Availability: In stock

The Radio Controlled Tank has a powerful red warning light next to the barrel that illuminates just before it fires.


The Remote Controlled Tank can shoot up to 40 pellets to a range of 20 metres.


The R/C Tank come complete with plastic BBs

£42.90

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Details

Japanese T-90 Radio Controlled Battle Tank
With full Multi-directional driving (and it's fast!),
Turret swivel and
Barrel raise and lower,
you'd think that that would be good enough. But NOT enough for our Tank!, the absolutely fantastically wonderful thing about this tank, is that it fires bullets with the Motor Gun system reloading system (up to to 40 shells)!, with a maximum range of 25 metres, and a capacity of 40 pellets, it powers out plastic BB's at a rate of 1p/s it even has a powerful red warning light next to the barrel that illuminates just before it fires.
 

 RC Tank Comes Complete with:
 •RC Battle Model Tank
•Motor Air Gun Turret System
•A Bag with plastic Bullets 6mm
•Radio Control Full Function system (it needs 8xAA batteries)
•9.6V Rechargeable Ni-CD Battery Pack 700mAh
•Charger for Battery
•410mm (16in) long, 150mm (6in) width and 132mm (5in) high
 •Instruction Manual in English
 •Please note, if you plan on running multiple products together, ask for multiple frequencies when ordering to avoid any mix ups.
 
 
 Move Belts: Forward/Backward

 Move Belts: Speed Front/Back
 
Move Belts: Turn Left and Right
 
Turret L/R: Rotate 320°/Spine

 Angle of Gun: Raised Up/Down 30°
 
Motor Gun:Load 40 shells

 Suspension:Individual wheel

Climbing::Up to 35° (rough surface)
 
Channels: Can play with other tanks simultaneously

Play time: 60 minutes +
 

Additional Information

Price £42.90

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