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I was tinkering away with this one in between other builds. It's a straight from the box 1/35 Tamiya kit and although a little long in the tooth now, stands up pretty well, except for the figures, they aren't the best when compared to Dragon.
3.7cm KPUV vz.37/3.7cm PAK 37(t) Special Armour 1:35 History The Skoda works in Pilsen had been a traditional gun manufacturer and supplier since the times of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and after the independent Czechoslovak Republic was established in 1918, the company continued in this tradition and became one of the major armament sor the new Czechoslovak army. They also exported large numbers of weapons world wide. In the 1930’s the Skoda development department came up with a design for a modern 37mm A3 anti-tank gun, which was later accepted by the Army and used under the designatio
German 37mm Flak 43 Zwilling Trumpeter 1:35 History The Flak 43 Zwilling was a development of the 3.7 cm Flak 43, which whilst as a single barrelled weapon was a dramatic improvement over older models. The new weapon introduced a gas-operated breech which increased the practical firing rate to 150 RPM, while at the same time dropping in weight to 1,250 kg (2,760 lb) in combat, and 2,000 kg (4,400 lb) in transport. Instead of having a single barrel the Zwilling, as the name suggests, was designed to mount two barrels. While this was thought to enable double the fire power from a single