Great comfort even with the visor : the helmet is padded inside
Universal size : adjustable for all head sizes
Reinforced steel face protection
Realistic weight : about 2.5kg with the visor!
Removable visor : use the helmet with or without it !
Retractable visor : use the helmet with or without it!
High resistance : can endure the test of hammer hits
Precise copy of the original model
Helmet base : 4mm fiberglass impact resistant
Fence : 1.5mm polycarbonate
Weight : 2.5 kg
Manufacturer : Gear Craft
Our replica doesn’t protect from any bullet, do not try to play as Tachanka with real guns
About the Tachanka character
The character of Tashanka was born from Russian special units such as the Spetsnaz units of the FSB group “Alpha”. His style is directly inspired by operators equipped with equipment from the 2000s: massive, badass, typically Russian. Moreover, we have all the original military equipment necessary to make a kit ready to play for airsoft or cosplay. Imagine you’re fragging like crazy with this killer style on airsoft fields! It sounds better than playing PlayStation with your ass sitting on the couch… Doesn’t it? Since we’re nice, we’re going to help you impose your dominance on the fields, like a lord. And starting today.
High-quality replica of the Russian Tachanka helmet
It is an excellent choice if you decide to model a Russian special forces unit : our replica is an exact reproduction of the military model and can be sent to your home without customs problems !
About the original Tachanka Helmet : Maska-1Sch
Designed to provide the most complete protection for Russian Spetsnaz interventions, the Maska 1sch helmet is a true legend. Accompanied by several other variants such as the more classic Maska-1 with its bulletproof steel visor, this version is the lightest in its category (with lowered visor). The Mask-1Sch helmet is an extension of the Mask-1 and was equipped with a second class integral face shield. This is also an advantage of the metal visor (it has often become possible to use it in medium and long-distance fights). Because when polycarbonate glass is used, cracks appear after the combatants‘ feats of arms. When observing around either with a helmet in this state, distortions and other disturbing visual elements appear. The disadvantage of the slit visor is a small angle of view. For some fighters as well, it is morally more comfortable to wear a metal visor because it’s just is stronger than glass, and they’re totally right.