RTF RC Challenger 2 British Army (United Kingdom, UK, U.K.) Main Battle Tank. 1/16 Scale Model Tank, Heng Long 3908 Remote Control Tank. Radio Control Military Vehicle Electric Toy. (HL 3908 British Challenger 2 RC Tank Plastic Version)

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The Top Unboxing and Review Buying Guide Video For Heng Long 3908 Challenger II 1/16 Scale RC Tank (With Buy Link and Coupon Code)

Awesome Cheap Airsoft RC Tank! 1/16 Scale Heng Long Challenger II 3908-1
Buyer Reviews: Heng Long 1/16 scale RC Tank with upgraded metal tracks and upgraded metal gears/gearboxes. The Tank has realistic sounds, firing Airsoft cannon, and machine gun sounds, as well as a smoke machine built in. This Tank goes anywhere! The only issues I had were with weeds/reeds getting caught up on the track wheels and making it slip.
This is a cheap rc tank compared to the 1/16 Tamiya Tanks, but it performs really well! Comes ready to run, and plenty of features. 

RC Challenger 2 II Tank. Heng Long 3908-1 1/16 Tank. Upgraded Verison
Buyer Reviews: Heng Long 1/16 scale RC Tank with upgraded metal tracks and upgraded metal gears/gearboxes. The Tank has realistic sounds, firing cannon, and machine gun sounds, as well as a smoke machine built in. This Tank goes anywhere! The only issues I had were with weeds/reeds getting caught up on the track wheels and making it slip.
Enjoy the montage, a review will be up in a few days from when this video is published. This is a cheap rc tank compared to the 1/16 Tamiya Tanks, but it performs really well! Comes ready to run, and plenty of features.

Heng Long Challenger 2 1/16 RC Tank – AIRSOFT BB’S And Metal Tracks – Full Review
Buyer Review: Here is the new Heng Long Challenger 2 tank. It seems to be great quality with an amazing amount of snap on parts to really add to the realism.

1/16 RC British Challenger 2 Battle Tank By Heng Long (unbox & build)
Buyer Reviews: We take a look at the Heng Long RC British Challenger 2 battle tank, unbox, build and run!

Heng Long RC Challenger 2 in Winter
Buyer Reviews: Challenger 2 with Clark TK-24 control board

HENG-LONG Toys 3908 RC Scale Model Tank, British Main Battle Tank Challenger 2 Remote Control Tank
Buyer Reviews: It came within a week, fast shipping. my tank was in perfect running condition. nothing was broken or missing. very good quality, i was surprised that it came with a metal gear. it is a great value rc tank. and i highly recommend it.

Heng Long Challenger 2 Pro Version unboxing
Buyer Reviews: Unboxing this high specifications Heng Long Challenger 2
steel gearbox from HL, other metal parts are from MATO-metal track with rubber pads-metal sprockets and idler wheels-metal roadwheels-metal suspension arms

UK Challenger II – Heng Long TK6.0 RC Tank – Motion RC Overview
Buyer Reviews: I really like this tank and with the new controller with 2 different sounds you can choose from. The metal tracks and gears just adds to the weight and makes easier to go through terrain outside. The stock battery is crap, get a 7.4v lipo 2200mah or a 3000mah 7.2v Nimh battery, soo much better. its actually longer than my heng long Abrams tank

MY FIRST RC TANK & IT’S HUGE!!! HENG LONG – BRITISH CHALLENGER 2
Buyer Reviews: I remember having RC tanks as a child BUT boy have they evolved!!!
These realistically scaled, hobby grade, 2.4ghz, steel geared, turret moving, 6mm bb firing, smoke chugging, obstacle climbing, infra red battling, battle tank sounding, all terrain monster machines are totally badass!!!
These poor machines have been left waiting in the wings for too long – my Mini Z unboxings aren’t finishing any time soon, so I thought I’d give you guys a sneak peak and let these neglected monsters have a little limelight in the process!

Challenger II Heng Long 1/16th
Buyer Reviews: EXCELLENT SERVICE. QUALITY OF THESE TANKS IS EXTREMELY IMPRESSIVE INCLUDING ALL THE ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS. THE INTERESTING NOTE HERE IS THAT YOU WILL LEARN THE BACKGROUND OF THE COUNTRY THAT BUILT THE ORIGINAL TANK AND THE PEOPLE THAT SERVED. THE FUN BEGINS WHEN YOUR FRIENDS ALSO HAVE TANKS FROM OTHER COUNTRIES AND YOU ALL SHARE IN GAMES OF ITEMS TO TO SHOT AT RESULTING IN THE MOST ACCURATE RC TANK OWNER. KEEPING THESE TANKS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION BY CLEANING AND OILING THEM WILL INSURE THEIR LIFE TIME OF FUN AND ENJOYMENT. THE ACCURACY OF DETAIL, THE REALISTIC APPEARANCE, ESPECIALLY WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED WITH A STILL CAMERA OR VIDEO CAMERA WILL LOOK LIKE THE REAL TANK IN ACTION. THE COST IS A REAL ADVANTAGE BECAUSE THE WORKMANSHIP IS WAY OVER THE TOP THAT GUARANTEES A FANTASTIC BUY. 

The FV4034 Challenger 2 (MOD designation “CR2”) is a third generation British main battle tank (MBT) in service with the armies of the United Kingdom and Oman. It was designed and built by the British company Vickers Defence Systems (now known as BAE Systems Land & Armaments).[7]

Vickers Defence Systems began to develop a successor to Challenger 1 as a private venture in 1986. A £90 million deal for a demonstrator vehicle was finalised in January 1989. In June 1991, the Ministry of Defence placed a £520 million order for 140 vehicles, with a further 268 ordered in 1994. Production began in 1993 and the unit’s tanks were delivered in July 1994, replacing the Challenger 1. The tank entered service with the British Army in 1998, with the last delivered in 2002. It is expected to remain in service until 2035. The Royal Army of Oman ordered 18 Challenger 2s in 1993 and a further 20 tanks in November 1997.

The Challenger 2 is an extensive redesign of the Challenger 1. Although the hull and automotive components seem similar, they are of a newer design and build than those of the Challenger 1 and only around 3% of components are interchangeable.[8] A visual recognition feature is the armoured housing for the TOGS thermal gunsight: the Challenger 2 has this above the gun barrel, the Challenger 1 has it at the right hand side of the turret. The tank’s drive system provides a 550 km range, with a maximum road speed of 59 km/h.

The Challenger 2 is equipped with a 120-millimetre (4.7 in) 55-calibre long L30A1 tank gun,[9] the successor to the L11 gun used on the Chieftain and Challenger 1. Unique among NATO main battle tank armament, the L30A1 is rifled, because the British Army continues to place a premium on the use of High-explosive squash head (HESH) rounds in addition to armour-piercing fin-stabilised discarding-sabot rounds. The Challenger 2 is also armed with a L94A1 EX-34 7.62 mm chain gun and a 7.62 mm L37A2 (GPMG) machine gun. Fifty main armament rounds[10] and 4,200 rounds of 7.62 mm ammunition are carried.

The Challenger 2 has a four-man crew. The turret and hull are protected with second generation Chobham armour (also known as Dorchester). On one occasion, in August 2006, during the post-invasion stage of the Iraq War, an RPG-29 was fired at a Challenger 2 that was climbing over a ramp. The armour on its front underside hull, which was augmented with an explosive reactive armour package, was damaged, injuring several crew members. The tank subsequently returned to base under its own power and was quickly repaired and back on duty the following day.[11] As a response to the incident, the explosive reactive armour package was replaced with a Dorchester block and the steel underbelly lined with armour as part of the ‘Streetfighter’ upgrade.[12] To date, the only time the tank has been destroyed during operations was by another Challenger 2 in a ‘blue on blue’ (friendly fire) incident at Basra in 2003 when the destroyed tank had its hatch open at the time of the incident.

It has seen operational service in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Iraq.

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