Leman Russ Demolisher (Astra Militarum)


The Leman Russ Demolisher exists for one purpose only – line breaking. With it’s highly destructive demolisher cannon, this battle tank is great at close-range firefight and is essential for all Astra Militarum collectors!


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This kit features all the components necessary to assemble the Leman Russ Demolisher. The vehicle features a variety of possible customisations, such as the top hatch being assembled either shut or open and an optional tank commander. A Lascannon, Heavy Bolter or Heavy Flamer can also be added as a hull-mounted weapon with the Heavy Bolters, Plasma Cannons, Multi-Meltas and Heavy Flamers being additional options. Also included within this kit is a Searchlight, Smoke Launchers and Extra Accessories.

Warhammer 40k Astra Militarum, also known as the Imperial Guard, is made up of billions of soldiers from a million different worlds. They use their overwhelming numbers and strategy to defeat the enemies of the Imperium. Without cadian soldiers, mankind would surely perish. Consisting of countless billions of men and women, their soldiers serve as the first line of defence for the Imperium. They stand defiant against the myriad threats which endanger the existence of the human race. For ten thousand years the force has bravely sacrificied their lives beating overwhelming odds in the fight for humanity.

We highly recommend the Citadel Plastic Glue and Colour System to assemble and paint your miniature.

Leman Russ Demolisher Components

Find the full list of components below:

  • Plastic Components x98
  • Astra Militarum Transfer Sheet
  • Option for Leman Russ Punisher or Executioner
  • Lascannon
  • Heavy Bolters
  • Heavy Flamers
  • Plasma Cannons
  • Searchlight
  • Smoke Launchers
  • Other Accessories

Additional information

Weight 0.382 kg
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Games Workshop


Warhammer 40k

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Astra Militarum




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