Hungarian Army 44M 'mace thrower' rocket launcher
Roughly translated as the ‘mace-thrower’, the 44M Buzogányvető was a prototype rocket weapon designed towards the end of the war. The dual unguided rockets were mounted on either captured and converted Soviet Maxim MG wheeled carriages, or a custom tripod....
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Soviet 45mm Anti-Tank Gun
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Soviet 45mm Anti-Tank Gun
The 45mm anti-tank gun was to be found at Company level all over the Russian front. Low slung and highly manouverable, it was under powered by mid-war but was kept in the Soviet inventory until after the war, proving that...
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French Army 47mm medium anti-tank gun
The 47mm Mle 1937 (SA37 L/50) anti-tank gun was the best purpose-built anti-tank gun fielded by any army at the start of World War II if one discounts the German 88m Flak used in the anti-tank role. It could supposedly...
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US Army M1 57mm anti-tank gun
The U.S. version, classified as substitute standard under the designation 57 mm Gun M1, was based on the 6 pounder Mk 2, two units of which were received from the UK. Production started early in 1942 and continued until 1945...
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British Army Six Pounder AT Gun
A model of the British six pounder anti tank gun. This replaced the lighter two pounder in the middle of the war and continued to see service for a further twenty years after the war.    The gun comes with three...
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British Airborne Six Pounder AT Gun
A model of the British airborne six pounder anti tank gun. This version has a cut down shield, folding trails, tie down points and other minor mods to enable it to be dropped on the battle field.The gun comes with...
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US Airborne 57mm anti-tank gun (1944-45)
The 57mm M1 anti-tank gun was a close copy of the British QF 6pdr which was itself also used by some American units. The M1 originally fired an armoured-piercing shell weighing 2.272kg but this soon proved to be insufficient to...
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Soviet 82mm medium mortar team (Winter)
The standard Russian medium mortar of the war was the 82-PM-41 or 82mm battalion mortar Model 1941. This served alongside the otherwise similar 82mm Model 1937. Both were very effective and accurate weapons with a range of about 3,000 yards....
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French Army 25mm light anti-tank gun
The 25mm Hotchkiss was the standard anti-tank gun of the French Army. It was also used by the British Expeditionary Force (BEF), whilst captured examples were used by the Germans and some even found their way into the hands of...
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Hungarian Army Pak 36 light anti-tank gun
Supplied by the Germans, the Hungarians utilised the 37mm PaK 36 as a light anti-tank gun. A version of the PaK 36 was produced to use the 40mm calibre ammunition of the Hungarian made Skoda A17 anti-tank gun. The Pak...
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US Airborne 57mm anti-tank gun
Pack contains 1 metal anti-tank gun and 3 crew figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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USMC M3A1 37mm anti-tank gun
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USMC M3A1 37mm anti-tank gun
The 37 mm Gun M3 was the first dedicated anti-tank gun fielded by United States forces. Introduced in 1940, it became their standard with its size enabling it to be pulled by a jeep. However, the continuing improvement of German...
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Italian Army 47mm Elefantino anti-tank gun
Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3 metal crew figures. Crew are provided with helmeted and sun hat heads. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Finnish 37 PstK/36 Bofors anti-tank gun
Faced with the vast forces of the Soviets, the courageous and resourceful Finnish soldiers, masters of fieldcraft, sniping, and small unit tactics, slowed and then began to roll back the massive Soviet assaults. Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3...
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Polish Army Bofors 37mm anti-tank gun
Early War Polish 37mm anti tank gun, more than capable of taking out Soviet and German tanks from all angles! This set contains 3 metal miniatures and a metal gun. Models are supplied unpainted.
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US Army M3A1 37mm anti-tank gun
The 37 mm Gun M3 was the first dedicated anti-tank gun fielded by United States forces. Introduced in 1940, it became their standard with its size enabling it to be pulled by a jeep. However, the continuing improvement of German...
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Korean War: North Korean KPA heavy mortar team
The KPA used the 120mm mortar which had a range of about 6,000 yards. Although even heavier mortars were produced, these were breech-loading Soviet model weapons with carriages and required towing vehicles to move, making them true artillery pieces. The...
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Korean War: Chinese PVA 75mm pack howitzer
The small calibre 75mm M1A1 was a light pack howitzer widely used during WWII and the civil war in China. This was the same 75mm used by US Airborne forces in WWII. Chinese Nationalists were initially supplied with this weapon...
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Korean War: North Korean KPA M-42 anti-tank gun
The 45mm anti-tank gun, M1942, was designed to provide a weapon with greater penetrative power. However, like the prior M1937, it was outdated against the modern UN armour. The light-weight gun is mounted on the modified carriage of the M1937...
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Korean War: Chinese PVA 45mm anti-tank gun
The Soviet-produced 45mm Model 1937 light anti-tank gun was based on the German 37mm PaK 36 design. The AT gun looks much the same as a PaK 36 or PaK 40 constructed and housed on the same carriage. In Bolt...
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Polish Airborne 6-pdr anti-tank gun
This particular 6-pdr has a cutdown shield, folding trails, tie down points and other minor mods to enable it to be dropped on the battlefield. Having the flexibility to deploy a reliable anti-tank weapon really gives the Polish Airborne much...
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