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Products tagged with “S. P. Gun” | Results 21 to 30 of 36.

Marmon Herrington

Category: Classic Series | Price: £13.50

Armament of the basic Marmon Herrington armoured car was one 0.55 inch Boys ant-tank rifle and a co-axial 0.303 inch Bren Gun.   A Vickers 0.303 inch mg. was provided for AA use.   The 20mm Breda cannon entered service with the Italian Army in 1935 and proved to be an effective...
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Marmon Herrington w/Pak 35/36

Category: Classic Series | Price: £13.50

These armoured cars were based on a shortened and strengthened 3-ton Ford chassis.   Armament for the basic car was one 0.55 inch Boys anti-tank rifle, with a co-axial 0.303 Bren gun.   The British fitted captured examples of the German 3.7cm Pak 35/36 to Marmon Herrington...
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Flakpanzer 38(t)

Category: Classic Series | Price: £15.95

Production of the Flakpanzer 38t started in October 1943.   It was intended to provide protection against low-level air attack and was a stop-gap measure until more effective vehicles based on the Panzer IV became available.   Around 150 were produced and all served  on the...
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Valentine 25pdr. Bishop

Category: Classic Series | Price: £13.50

German success with self-propelled artillery in the Western Desert led 8th. Army HQ to request that similar equipment be urgently developed for British forces.    The result was the Bishop, a 25pdr. gun-howitzer mounted on a Valentine tank chassis in a fixed box-like...
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US M8 Howitzer Motor Carriage

Category: Classic Series | Price: £12.50

The M8 mounted a 75mm howitzer in a large open-topped turret on the hull of the M5 light tank.   It was designed as a close support artillery vehicle to be operated at HQ level in medium tank battalions.   M8s first saw combat in Italy in mid-1943 and thereafter served in all...
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Marder III Ausf. H

Category: Classic Series | Price: £13.50

The Marder III Ausf. H was the 7.5cm Pak 40 mounted on the chassis of the Pz. 38t Ausf. H, fitted with a more powerful engine than earlier 38ts.   The prototype appeared in June 1942 and 242 were built between November 1942 and April 1943.   They saw action in Russia, Tunisia and...
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15cm. Grille Ausf. H

Category: Classic Series | Price: £13.50

The original order for 200 Grille specified the new self-propelled gun chassis then under development - the Sf 38(t) Ausf. M.    However, in February 1943, in order to make them available as soon as possible, Hitler agreed to the rear-engined Ausf. H chassis also being...
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Semovente Da 47/32

Category: Classic Series | Price: £13.95

Built on the modified chassis of the L6-40 Light Tank, the Semovente Da 47/32 was an open-topped assualt gun, mounting the Ansaldo L/32 47mm gun.   It entered service in 1942 and around 300 were built.   They served in North Africa, Russia, Sicily and Sardinia' The kit...
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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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