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20mm Oerlikon Cannon
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20mm Oerlikon Cannon
Ref: ACC111 UK011

...It was used on various mounts by almost every combatant nation during WWII but most notably by the Royal Navy who mounted them on a number of different craft and on the back of Bedford OYD for base defence...


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5 Gallon Fuel Can set 4 for GMC CCKW 352/353 Trucks (300 plus cans in one block cast in situ)
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5 Gallon Fuel Can set 4 for GMC CCKW 352/353 Trucks (300 plus cans in one block cast in situ)
Ref: ACC090/4

This set comprises of over 300 US Pattern Fuel Cans, stacked three high, with a partial tarpaulin cover cast in one block for either diorama purposes or for filling the rear of a GMC CCKW 352/353 "Jimmy" Truck. A set of 30 individual US Pattern Fuel Cans is available as ACC02.


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50mm PaK 38 Anti-Tank Gun
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50mm PaK 38 Anti-Tank Gun
Ref: G067

Entering service in 1940, but too late for the French capaign, this was a very well designed anti-tank gun with a baffled wall gun shield. Although the PaK40 was intended to replace it, in actuality they never did, and the PaK38 continued in service until the end of the war and saw action on all ...

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57mm M43 Anti-Tank Gun
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57mm M43 Anti-Tank Gun
Ref: R016

Originally designed in 1941 as the M41, this long barrelled anti-tank gun was further improved when the new tubular trails (originally designed for the M42 ZIS 3 Dual gun) were used and entered service as the M43 in early 1943.
The Germans took any reasonable captured ordnance into service...

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7.5cm FK 7M85 Anti-Tank Gun
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7.5cm FK 7M85 Anti-Tank Gun
Ref: G130

This model represents the 75mm PaK40 gun barrel mounted on the heavy carriage previously designed for the 10.5 le FH 18/40.

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7.5cm Pak40 Anti-Tank Gun
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7.5cm Pak40 Anti-Tank Gun
Ref: G099

Entering service in late 1941, this was basically a scaled-up PaK38 but was a much superior weapon and was the best of the "standard" German anti-tank guns capable of destoying any Allied tank. They saw service on all fronts from 1941.

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7.5cm PaK50 L/30 Anti-Tank Gun
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7.5cm PaK50 L/30 Anti-Tank Gun
Ref: G131

Introduced in 1944, this Infantry Gun was a combination of a cut down 75mm Pak40 gun barrel to L/30 with a large 3 or 5 Baffle Plate Box type Muzzle Brake and mounted on the carriage of the 5cm PAK38...

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75mm Le IG18 Infantry Gun
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75mm Le IG18 Infantry Gun
Ref: G098

This 7.5cm infantry close support weapon was very useful little gun using a "shotgun" breech. They could be towed by most light vehicles and were often seen being towed behind the one ton Demag halftrack (SdKfz10)(see G133).

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75mm Pack Howitzer (with optional wheels)
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75mm Pack Howitzer (with optional wheels)
Ref: US048

Designed in the 1920's , this ingeniously designed howitzer weighed just over 1300lbs and could be broken down and carried by mule train. Used on all theatres by both the British and Americans it remained in service into the 1960's...

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76.2mm M1936 Field Gun
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76.2mm M1936 Field Gun
Ref: R009

The Soviet Union lost almost 50% of their field guns in the first six months of WWII. Amongst them were large numbers of this fine weapon which resulted in the Germans' adopting it as the FK296(r)(see G78) even mounting them on some of their Marders (see G77 & G225) and on the famous "Diana" half...

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