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Russian 45mm M42 Anti-tank gun

Category: Gunpak | Price: £4.95

The Russians updated their Model 1937 45mm anti-tank gun by lengthening the barrel from 46 to 66 calibres.   The breech block was strengthened and disc wheels replaced the earlier wire wheels.   Armour penetration increased by some 50% to 55mm at 1000m, 95mm at 300m.  ...
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German 5cm Pak 38

Category: Gunpak | Price: £6.45

The gun entered service in April 1940 and was first used in action in the Greek and Libyan campaigns in 1941.   It was an advanced design for the times and continued in service throughout the war.   Gradually replaced by the Pak 40 in ant-tank artillery regiments, the Pak 38...
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Russian 45mm M1937 with limber

Category: Gunpak | Price: £4.95

First introduced in 1932 this was essentially a scaled-up version of the Wehrmacht's Pak 35/36, but fitted with wire wheels.   Minor modifications were introduced in 1937.   A useful light anti-tank gun in it's day.   Captured examples pressed into service by...
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German 15cm sIG 33

Category: Gunpak | Price: £7.95

Accepted into service in 1933, the sIG 33 was the largest calibre weapon ever classified by any nation as an infantry gun.   It was reliable and strong, but somewhat heavy.   Capable of firing H.E., smoke and (from 1941) hollow charge A/T shells, the sIG 33 remained in service...
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Breda 20mm Model 35 - towed

Category: Gunpak | Price: £6.45

Designed as a dual-purpose weapon for use against both aircraft and ground targets, the  Canone-Mitragliera da 20/65 modelo 35 (Breda) entered service with the Italian Army in 1935.   It was mounted on a complicated two-wheeled carraige (Modelled here) and normally towed behind a...
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Breda 20mm Model 35 - firing, with crew.

Category: Gunpak | Price: £7.95

Designed as a dual-purpose weapon for use against both aircraft and ground targets, the Canone-Mitragliera da 20/65 modelo 35 (Breda) entered service with the Italian Army in 1935.   It was mounted on a complicated two-wheeled carraige and normally towed behind a truck. When deployed (as...
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Achilles Mk 1C 17pdr Tank Destroyer

Category: Restricted Issue | Price: £13.50

The Gun Motor Carriage (GMC) M10 was standardised in the US Army in June 1942 and first saw action in Tunisia in March 1943.   It mounted a high velocity 3in. gun in an open-topped turred fitted to a modified M4A2 chassis.   M10s were supplied to the British and French in...
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U.S. M10 Tank Destroyer (late model)

Category: Restricted Issue | Price: £13.50

The Gun Motor Carriage (GMC) M10 was standardised with the US Army in June 1942 and first saw action in Tunisia in March 1943.   It featured the high velocity 3in. (76.2mm) anti-aircraft gun M7 in an open-topped turret mounted on a modified M4A2 chassis. During it's production...
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Stug III Ausf. C/D mit StuK 40

Category: Restricted Issue | Price: £12.95

Development of the Stug III as an infantry support weapon started in 1936 and 50 of the externally identical Ausf. C and Ausf. D were produced between May and September 1941. Increasingly, as the war progressed, Stugs were used in the anti-tank role.   In February 1943 Hitler ordered that...
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3cm Flak 103/38 Auf Steyr 1500A

Category: Restricted Issue | Price: £16.95

This vehicle represents one of the many improvised self-propelled mounts pressed into service towards the end of the war and saw the 3cm Flak 103/38 mounted on the load bed of the Steyr 1500 4 x 4 Light Truck.   The troops called the combination "Jaboschreck" - fighter-bomber...
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