Monday, September 26, 2016 - 02:54 AM UTC
Hataka have announced a new addition to their popular range of acrylic paints. The new set covers modern day Finnish Army vehicle colours.
HTK-AS65 “Modern Finnish Army AFV paint set”
In 1959 the Finnish Army introduced "Kimmo Kenttävihreä" (Kimmo Field Green) as a primary camouflage colour for it's AFVs, replaced in 1976 by "Kenttävihreä" (Field Green). In 1981 a new four-colour splinter pattern of Dark Green (AN11), Light Green (AN22), Brown (AN33, used only for BUK, XA-360 and some other vehicles) and Black (AN44) was introduced and implemented on all vehicles in service (incl. T-54/55, SU-57, BTR-50, PT-76, BTR-60, BTS-2, MTU-20 and all later purchased equipment). In winter conditions a washable white paint is used to cover the AN22 and half of the AN11 areas.
HTK-AS65 includes standard colours of Finnish AFVs since 1959. The set contains:
HTK-A122 – Vert IR OTAN (0211) – Exact match with "Kimmo Kenttävihreä" (TY80312, later 0211), standard overall colour of all Finnish Army AFVs from 1959 till 1976
HTK-A245 - Kenttävihreä (TM 1474/76) – "Kenttävihreä" (TM 1474/76), standard overall colour of all Finnish Army AFVs from 1976 (gradual repainting of vehicles) till 1981
HTK-A246 – Dark Moss Green (FS14077, AN11) – Exact match with "Tummanvihreä AN11", used in the Finnish Army 1981 standard splinter camouflage scheme (all vehicles in service)
HTK-A247 – Vaaleanvihreä (AN22) – "Vaaleanvihreä AN22", used in the Finnish Army 1981 standard splinter camouflage scheme (used on all vehicles in service)
HTK-A188 – NATO Brown (FS30051, AN33) – Exact match with "Ruskea AN33", used in the Finnish Army 1981 standard splinter camouflage scheme (Buk, XA-360, Leguan)
HTK-A125 – NATO Black (FS37030, AN44) – Exact match with "Musta AN44", used in the Finnish Army 1981 standard splinter camouflage scheme (all vehicles in service).
Set #HTK-AS65 is available now - Price: 13.20 EUR
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