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The 7.5cm PaK 40 was a German 7.5cm anti-tank gun developed in 1939 to 1941 by Rheinmetall, it formed the backbone of German anti-tank guns for the latter part of the war...
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The 5cm PaK 38 was first used by the Germans in April 41 during Operation Barbarossa, the PaK 38 was one of the few early guns capable of penetrating the 45mm (1.8 in) armour of the T-34. The 7.5cm PaK 97/38 reached the battlefield in the summer of '42 and remain in service until end of the war...
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An early war anti-tank gun, our PaK 36 kit includes both standalone and vehicle-mounted versions. Also included is Stielgranate 41 shaped charge, shells, and ammo boxes. A total of 5 gun crew in early war uniform are included...
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The BMW R75 was widely used by the Wehrmacht in Russia and North Africa, particularly during the early war years...
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The BMW R75 was widely used by the Wehrmacht in Russia and North Africa, particularly during the early war years...
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One of the variants of the SdKfz 305 Blitz and the SdKfz 3a Maultier was the box body (Einheitskoffer). It was used for a number of roles including workshop, laundry, laboratory, command, communication, cipher office, ambulance, kitchen and many other purposes...
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The SdKfz 3a Maultier is the name given to series of half track trucks used by Germans during WW2...
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The heavy anti-tank rifle variant of the SdKfz 250/251 light armoured halftrack. This kit allows you to upgrade two vehicles from our choice of base kits. Come with four figures, including a dismounted 2.8cm sPzB 41 heavy AT rifle weapon team...
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The mortar carrier variants of the SdKfz 250/251 light armoured halftrack. This kit allows you to upgrade two vehicles from our base kits. Come with five figures, including a dismounted 8.1cm GrW34 mortar weapon team...
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