Raketenjagdpanzer Jaguar 1 (2 in 1)

Bundeswehr & Austrian Army (Bundesheer)

DW35035 - Scale 1:35

Our Kit

Item Number:

  • DW35035
  • Scale: 1:35

Product Details

  • Highly detailed static plastic model
  • Can be built with old or new optics head
  • Link & length tracks included
  • 3 Bundeswehr & 1 Austrian Army decal options
  • Clear & PE-Parts included


The Jaguar 1 is a tank destroyer used by the German Bundeswehr from 1978 to 2005 and by the Austrian Armed Forces, which deployed them in Panzerabwehrbataillon 1, from 1996 to 2006.
Its design is based on the Bundeswehr's Kanonenjagdpanzer, sharing the same lower hull and running gear.

Initially, prototypes for a new missile tank destroyer were developed from 1963, resulting in the Raketenjagdpanzer 2, equipped with SS.11 missiles.
From 1978 to 1983, 316 of these vehicles were upgraded to the Jaguar 1 with HOT missile systems and additional armor.

The Jaguar 1 served in the Bundeswehr's tank destroyer units until their disbandment in 1996, after which remaining units were reassigned to mechanized infantry and tank battalions. By the end of 2005 (Austria 2006), all Jaguar 1s were retired.

The Jaguar 1's HOT missile could be operated under armor and NBC protection, with an automatic loader and a drum magazine holding eight missiles, plus up to 12 additional missiles stored inside. It became fully night-capable with the A3 upgrade, adding new optics and thermal imaging from 1993 to 1995.


Marking Options & Colour Profiles

  • Bundeswehr, Panzerjägerkompanie 320,
    Schwanewede, early 1980s

  • Bundeswehr, Panzerjägerkompanie 70,
    Altenwalde, Winter 1994
  • Bundeswehr, Panzertruppenschule,
    Munster, 2004

  • Bundesheer, Panzerabwehrbataillon 1,
    Wiener Neustadt, 2005



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