Thursday, May 5, 2016
No WWII Soviet collection is complete without a substantial number of anti-tank guns.
Like the real guns, they are typically cheaper than tanks.
Yet, like real anti-tank guns they are difficult to overcome when attacked by German tanks.
The key is to mass them.
Not necessarily lined up in the open like this.
But set up in several layers so they can cover each other.
And engage the enemy either at long range, or wait until they are so close, you can't miss.