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Blitzkrieg German 88mm Flak 36 & limbers (1939-42)Add to Wish List
Widely used throughout the war and in most theatres, the 88 was developed as an anti air-craft gun (FLAK is short for Flugzeugabwehrkanone meaning "aircraft-defensive cannon) but was occasionally also used as anti-tank artillery. As the conflict progressed, this gun...
Luftwaffe Field Division 88mm Flak 37Add to Wish List
Originally developed as an anti-aircraft weapon, the Flak 37 8.8cm (or Eighty-eight as it became known by Allied troops) had a high muzzle velocity to allow it to reach the higher ranges modern bombers were capable of at the time. This...
Fallschirmjager 20mm Flakvierling 38 AA-gun (1943-45)Add to Wish List
Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3 metal crew figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted.
Afrika Korps 2cm Flak 38Add to Wish List
Designed to engage enemy aircraft, many automatic cannons saw ample use against other type of targets. Their high-velocity shots were lethal against enemy lightly armoured or soft-skinned vehicles, not to mention against infantry. The standard light anti-aircraft weapon of the...
Japanese Type 98 20mm GunAdd to Wish List
The Japanese had a variety of large-calibre anti-aircraft guns, none of which really enter into the realm of the tabletop wargame. Smaller 20mm calibre weapons were supplemented by pintle-mounted machine guns of various types. The Type 98 20 mm AA...
German 88mm Flak 36 gun crewAdd to Wish List
Five standing artillery crew figures wearing jackboots, suitable for early, mid or late war. The figures have separate heads allowing for easy conversions and posing options. These models are the ones included with the 88mm Flak 36, however they can be...