by: DMD [ ]
The german anti-aircraft gun Flak 36/37 was developed from the 3.7c Flak 18 and was produced in very large numbers throughout WW2. The Flak 37 was an improved Flak 36 with a new, clockwork powered sight, and was the standard defense against low-flying aircraft throughout the conflict.
This box only contains 2 sprues, so it's a quick-builder and easy to make. I really recommend this kit for all type's of model builders, from novices to rookies. the details for the flak and the trailer is of a uniform standard, not high but surely not bad at all.An advantage is the movable wheels and firing from the flak.As I said in one of the last sentence, you have a trailer and the anti-aircraft gun which you can combine. Also included for the flak is a Stick projectile type 42, which can be mounted on the barrel. a Stereo range finder EmR1m (a23) and 3 ammo clips are included (2 high explosive,1 armor piercing).In this set you also have 3 decals, 2 with kill marks on it and an other one for the stick projectile.
From 1943 onwards, German weapon systems were delivered in overall dark yellow from the factory. Camoflage painting was applied by some units after receiving them.
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