Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Father's Day Haul

The back of the box of the Soviet 45 mm ATG shows the gun and the little base and two crewmen.

The German gun set is nearly identical to the Soviet.

I was glad to see this gun, there is so little Soviet AA and the few there are out there are expensive or complex kits, usually both.

This is a great companion for the Revell set, this is the late war version.

Quite the big haul for the day. The Ancient Germans will become Cave Men alongside the Celts.


МаксимС said...

Good den.Eto you received as a gift? Well, both sets of stars?

Ray Rousell said...

Blimey!! You did well.

ModernKiwi said...

Some very good scores there. I must say that the Russian 37mm AA gun looks very tasty.

МаксимС said...

In the Red Army was a 37-mm orudiy.Byli only 45-mm-mm antitank pushki.37 it in the Wehrmacht.

Karcuss said...

The 37mm originates from the Soviet Union the Pak 35/36 is basically the same thing, as when in the 1920s and 30s when the German Army were building up in Secret.

Nice Haul Bunker

cheers Karcuss

МаксимС said...

Good den.Naskolko I remember the first 37-mm gun, the Germans appeared during the Great War in 1918 and why the Germans godu.Da lick our orudie.Krupp (Rheinmetall) with this mogdi themselves spravitsya.Proobrazom this gun was another anti-tank gun PAK 29.A, our 45-mm gun has appeared only in 1937 godu.Russkim caliber has always been a 45-mm and 76 mm guns.

Bunkermeister said...

I plan on building the German 37mm and the Soviet 45mm in the next couple of days, they are both nice kits.

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