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Russian 76.2mm ZIS-3

Category: Gunpak | Price: £7.45

Russian experience of previous field gun design and operation led to the model 1942.   A double-baffle muzzle brake was added to the barrel of the model 1939 and this was mounted on a new carriage with split-pole trails.   The resulting gun was light and manoeverable and very...
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U.S. 105mm Howitzer M2

Category: Gunpak | Price: £7.95

The 105mm Howitzer M2 was first used in action in North Africa in 1942.   It went on to become the most used U.S. Army field artillery weapon of World War 2.   It was a popular and handy weapon that was used in almost every theatre of the war.   It could fire thirteen...
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Russian 57mm ZIS-2

Category: Gunpak | Price: £7.45

The M1941 ZIS-2 was an efficient dual purpose anti-tank/field gun that was just about to enter service when the Germans invaded the Soviet Union.  The later M1943 model used the split-trail carriage of the 1942 model 76mm field gun, ZIS-3.   Armour penetration was 140mm at 500m and in...
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German 10.5cm leFH 18/40

Category: Gunpak | Price: £7.95

During World War 2, 10.5cm weapons were the principal field guns at divisional level in the German Army.   The leFH 18/40 entered service in 1943 and was a marriage of the leFH18 barrel with muzzle brake to the Pak 40 carriage in an effort to produce a lighter weapon.   Late war...
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German 7.5cm FK 7M85

Category: Gunpak | Price: £7.95

This dual purpose field/anti-tank gun entered service in 1944.   The weapon combined the Pak 40 barrel with the carriage of the le FH 18/40, allowing higher angles of fire than the standard Pak 40.  This increased the range of high explosive fire by around 50%, to over 10,000m, whilst...
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U.S. 3in Anti-tank Gun M5

Category: Gunpak | Price: £7.95

The 3in. Light Gun M5 was adopted by the U.S. Army in 1939.   Sharing a common carriage, breech and recoil mechanism with the new 105mm Howitzer M2 it first saw action in North Africa in 1942.   The 3in. was the best anti-tank gun that the U.S. army had in North Africa and was...
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German 3cm Flak 103/38

Category: Gunpak | Price: £6.45

Developed in 1944 to help combat the threat from Allied fighter-bombers, the Flak 103/38 was a combination of the 3cm MK103 aircraft cannon and the 2cm Flak 38 carraige.   The 3cm was a much more powerful gun than the Flak 38 and this caused reliability problems - never fully...
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German 2cm Flakvierling 38

Category: Gunpak | Price: £7.95

This was four-barreled version of the 2.0cm Flak 30.   Both were introduced in 1940.   Mounted on a tripod base for all-round travers and firing AP or HE shells, the quad proved to be a very effective weapon against low-level air attacks and also against ground...
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German 3.7cm Pak 35/36

Category: Gunpak | Price: £4.95

This was the pricipal German ant-tank gun at the start of WW2.   Development began in 1925 and by 1941, some 15000 had been produced in Germany.   At the start of the war it was one of the best ant-tank guns in service anywhere.   It remained in service throughout the...
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German Twin AA MG Mount

Category: Gunpak | Price: £4.95

The Zwillingslafette 36 was a combined seat and pedestal AA mount for two machine guns - initially MG34s, but photographs also show MG42s being used. It was ground -mounted for static defence or could be carried in a special trailer (MG-Doppelwagen 36) for the protection of infantry on the...
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