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A dedicated anti-tank gun, the 8.8 cm PaK 43 was developed from Krupp's Gerät 42, mentioned above. This used a new cruciform mount with the gun much closer to the ground, making it far easier to hide and harder to hit. It was also provided with a much stronger and more angled armour shield to provide better protection. The standard armament of the Tiger II, the KwK 43 tank gun, was essentially the PaK 43 externally modified to fit into a turret. There were also self-propelled versions of the gun, including the Nashorn and Jagdpanther tank destroyers. All versions were able to penetrate about 200 mm of armour at 1,000 m, allowing it to defeat the armour of any contemporary tank

Model Brief: Length: 258mm, Width: 69.5mm
Total Parts: 341pcs
Metal Parts: Gun barrel, brass tube
Photo Etched Parts: 3pcs
Total Sprues: 7 sprues and 8 tyres
Paint Schemes: German Army
More Features: "The kit consists of 341 parts ,3 pieces of Photo Etched parts
- Details finely represented by newly tooled parts
- Etched parts for shield,etc."

  • 9580208023083 UPC/EAN: