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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Artillery Organized According to My Artillery Rules


WWII Soviet infantry guns.

 

Many artillery sets don't come with crews.


The Airfix WWII Russian infantry is so terrible that I have disarmed most of them and impressed them into the artillery.


One full battery of artillery with a HQ and an ammo dump.


I have been working to provide a fire direction center and ammo dump for all my artillery.


And crews fro all the guns.

8 comments:

Gary Panter said...

Mike where did you get those guns?what scale are they?I've never seen guns like that tell us a little bit about them.thanks, Gary

Mike Creek said...

76 mm regimental gun M1927 made in soft metal, I have had them for over 30 years. They may have been made by Houston's Tracks in 1/72nd scale, but I don't remember. Zvezda does make them in plastic, and while I don't have any, yet, their stuff is usually great. Soviets used them for direct infantry support, not unlike the German 75mm infantry gun.
Bunkermeister

Phil said...

Impressive, very impressive collection of guns!

Mike Creek said...

Thank you Phil. I have posted 12,000 photos in the last 10 years, check them out.
And stay tuned for more artillery photos coming soon. I often take pictures a month or more in advance and often post the blog a few weeks ahead. Thanks for reading.
Bunkermeister

Gary Panter said...
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Mike Creek said...

Thanks for checking back Gary.
Bunkermeister

Gary Panter said...

Thanks Mike for sharing.I will look those guns up and do a little research on them.looking forward to what kind of artillery you post here in the future.always enjoy looking at your blog..Gary Panter

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