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Rejoining this GB with this Airfix 88mm anti-tank gun. Parts. Airbrushed Humbrol 225 this morning, with some flash removed. Bought at a car boot sale, during summer 2015. I offered £10 for four Airfix kits - bargain The litter included this, a Stug, Curtiss Hawk 81-A-2 (P-40B), and an Angel Interceptor - result. Intent, as with all my German armour, is to build this as something found in Normandy - by a marauding Typhoon!
I am very, very, excited to have received my Nashorn, courtesy of Yuki Hirota, Japan. Oh and Amazon. In fact I'm so excited that I just have to post pic of the box in the WIP section, when I have no intention of starting the build for a while. But then, maybe I won't be able to resist. Of course, I've had a peek inside and everything is in order. I was surprised to read on the box that the gun uses metal parts for authentic movement, and then disappointed to find that this consisted of a length of wire cable used for disengaging the gun's travel lock and two metal rods for the gun's hydrauli
British 6pdr QF Anti-tank Gun Mk.IV AFV Club 1:35 History The Ordnance Quick-Firing 6-pounder 7 cwt, or more commonly known as the 6pdr, was a British 57mm gun, which became the primary anti-tank gun during the middle of World War II, as well as the main armament for a number of armoured fighting vehicles. The United States Army also adopted the 6pdr as their primary anti-tank gun under the designation 57 mm Gun M1. Introduced into service in 1942, the 6pdr was designed to replace the obsolete 2pdr gun. The 6pdr first saw action at Gazala, North Africa where it not only proved very su