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Others 1:72 Sd. Kfz 250/3

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1:72 Sd. Kfz 250/3

510007034

€15.79

Article number: 510007034 Product: 1:72 Sd. Kfz 250/3 The half-track Sd.Kfz. 250 was widely used by German mechanized troops during the Second World War. Based upon on the technical "lay-out" of the Sd.Kfz.10 artillery tractor, it was intended to be a flexible and reliable solution for integrating infantry and armored troop movements. The Sd.Kfz. 250 was armed with either one or two 7.92mm MG34 machine guns and could deploy, with a high level of protection, a 4-man infantry squad to the battlefield. The operational reliability of the vehicle led to the development of numerous variants, one of which was the 250/3 Leichter Funkpanzerwagen (Light Armored Radio Link Vehicle), used as a radio control nerve center between forward troops, artillery and air support. The "Greif" used by Erwin Rommel in North Africa as a fully advanced command post in close contact with frontline troops is a noted version.

1:72 15cm FieldHowitzer/ 10,5cm FieldGun

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1:72 15cm FieldHowitzer/ 10,5cm FieldGun

510007082

€19.99

Article number: 510007082 Product: 1:72 15cm FieldHowitzer/ 10,5cm FieldGun Model Dim.: 12,0 cm 100% NEW MOULDS - FULLY DETAILED MODEL - DECALS FOR 3 VERSIONS - COLOR INSTRUCTIONS SHEET CONTAINS ONE MODEL AND 5 FIGURES The 150 mm SFH18 howitzer was widely deployed by the Wehrmacht on all of the key fronts during WW11. It was developed during the ’20s and ‘30s by Rheinmetall and Krupp, one of the main artillery companies in Germany, with a view to optimizing resources and technological capabilities within the parameters imposed by the Treaty of Versailles. From 1933 onwards, Germany's rearmament planning became ever more ambitious, with a particularly significant increase in the production of howitzers and field cannons. The SFH18 had a simple and reliable structure with a maximum range of 13.5 km. It could be divided into two sections and towed by horses, or more often during the war, by half-tracks. The SFH18 had a seven-man crew. A 105 mm calibre version was developed on the same carriage, (sK 10,5 cm)which was characterized by the longer barrel, but was produced in few specimens as much heavier than the standard 105 mm leFH18, which was the field artillery cannon supplied to the Wehrmacht. Detailed plastic kit

Carson 1:72 Brit. Churchill Mk. III

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1:72 Brit. Churchill Mk. III

510007083

€17.99

Article number: 510007083 Product: 1:72 Brit. Churchill Mk. III The Churchill medium tank came into service with the British Army in 1942 to support and replace the earlier Valentines, Matildas and Crusaders, which, by then, were all outdated and inadequate in terms of both armor and weaponry, easily falling prey to the more advanced German tanks. Equipped with thick armor and a reliable engine, it proved to be tough and dependable, later being produced in ever-more efficient, upgraded versions. Its chassis was also used as a platform for specialized support vehicles such as the mine clearer, the bridge layer and the flame-thrower. Detailed plastic kit

Carson 1:72 FLAK 37 AA Gun, 8.8cm (1 fast ass.)

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1:72 FLAK 37 AA Gun, 8.8cm (1 fast ass.)

510007512

€16.79

Article number: 510007512 Product: 1/72 FLAK 37 AA Gun, 8.8cm (1 fast ass.) Model Dim.: 8,6 cm THE BOX CONTAINS 1 FAST ASSEMBLY MODEL + 8 FIGURES

Carson 1:72 Ger. Panzerkampfwagen 35 (t)

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1:72 Ger. Panzerkampfwagen 35 (t)

510007084

€17.29

Article number: 510007084 Product: 1:72 Ger. Panzerkampfwagen 35 (t) Model Dim.: 6,8 cm DECALS FOR 4 VERSIONS - COLOR INSTRUCTIONS SHEET CONTAINS 1 FIGURE The Czechoslovakian LT vz.35 light tank was designed and manufactured during the 1930s. Armed with two machine guns and a 37mm gun it was, for the period, a reliable and effective tank.It was also fast acrossall types of terrain and had a high degree of self-sufficiency. It was designated with the new name Panzerkampfwagen 35 (t), where the letter "t" indicated Czechoslovakian production. The German Wehrmacht used a large number of Panzerkampfwagen in the Panzerwaffe. It actively participated in both the Polish and French campaigns and in the early stages of "Operation Barbarossa".However, from 1941 onwards the light tank become obsolete, and was subsequently used in support or recon roles, or indeed sold to Axis allies such as Bulgaria and Romania. Detailed Plastic Kit

Others 1:72 King Tiger

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1:72 King Tiger

510072005

€30.99

Article number: 510072005 Product: 1:72 King Tiger The heavy tank Sd.Kfz 182 Panzer VI Ausf. B "King Tiger" came into service with the German army since mid 1944. Compared to its predecessor, the Tiger I, several differences and improvements have been adopted : a completely new chassis, a stronger armor characterized by the sloped frontal hull (bringing to a total weight of almost 70 tons) and the lethal 8.8 cm KwK 43 L/71 gun as main armament. Thanks to its Mayback V-12 engine the King Tiger was able to reach the maximum speed of 42 Km/h. For the mass production two different turret solutions has been used : the Porsche turret, at the beginning, and the Henschel turret for the most of the units produced. Both ot them were able to load 80 rounds for the main cannon. The first combat use of the King Tiger was by the 503rd Heavy Panzer Battalion during the Battle of Normandy on July 1944.

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Carson 1:72 M163 VULCAN

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1:72 M163 VULCAN

510007066

€14.49

Article number: 510007066 Product: 1/72 M163 VULCAN Model Dim.: 6,7 cm Decals for 4 versions Due to its low cost and great reliability the troop carrier M113 presented itself as a valid base for various anti-tank weapons systems such as TOW missiles or an anti-aircraft gun such as this version. The M163 was developed around a 20 mm gun "Vulcan". Rotating barrels (with a rapid fire power of 6000 rounds per minute) were created for anti-aircraft use. The whole system is based on a simple, open turret with the munitions loaded on the inside of the vehicle. The M163 is not only used for anti-aircraft defense, but also as infantry ground support vehicle because of its enormous fire power.

Carson 1:72 M4 Sherman

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1:72 M4 Sherman

510007003

€13.49

Article number: 510007003 Product: 1:72 M4 Sherman Model Dim.: 8,2 cm Decals for one version The Sherman is one of the most famous tanks of World War II, and was also the standard tank of the allied armies. The M4 was fairly well protected with armor but not sufficient enough to confront the 88mm guns of the Germans. It had a valid engine, was reliable and had sufficient range as well as armament.

Carson 1:72 Sd. Kfz. 182 King Tiger

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1:72 Sd. Kfz. 182 King Tiger

510007004

€16.99

Article number: 510007004 Product: 1:72 Sd. Kfz. 182 King Tiger Model Dim.: 11,2 cm Decal for one version This vehicle was one of the most powerful battle tanks in service during World War II. The King Tiger was armed with a formidable 88mm cannon, which enabled the tank to engage any allied tank even at long range. Because of its heavy armor, complex suspension systems and a complicated, maintenance-prone engine, the tank was non very reliable.

Carson 1:72 Sd. Kfz. 184 Panzerjäger Elefant

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1:72 Sd. Kfz. 184 Panzerjäger Elefant

510007012

€14.49

Article number: 510007012 Product: 1:72 Sd. Kfz. 184 Panzerjäger Elefant Model Dim.: 11,7 cm Decal for one version These vehicles, which mounted a casemate gun, were used extensively by the German Army throughout the Second World War, providing covering fire for infantry and also being used as tank-busters. Several hundred of this particular self-propelled gun - constructed on a Pz.Kpfw. IV tank chassis - were built in several versions that underwent constant armour and gun upgrades to keep pace with the development of enemy weapons.

Carson 1:72 Sd.Kfz. 251/1 "Stuka Zu Fuss"

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1:72 Sd.Kfz. 251/1 "Stuka Zu Fuss"

510007080

€18.99

Article number: 510007080 Product: 1:72 Sd.Kfz. 251/1 "Stuka Zu Fuss" Model Dim.: 8,1 cm The Sd.Kfz.251 half-track was an armored fighting vehicle (AFV), which was deployed by the Wehrmacht on all operational fronts during the Second World War. Powered by a Maybach 6-cylinder petrol engine it was able to reach a speed of 55 km / h even on ‘off road’ terrain. Produced in huge numbers, it was mainly used to transport ‘Panzergrenadiers’, but during the war several versions were developed to meet differing operational requirements. The Wurfrahmen rocket launcher version was built on the Sd.Kfz.251. Equipped with 6 compartments, 3 on each side, intended for the launch of rockets of different sizes, it was nicknamed "Stuka zu Fuss". Although not precise, it could have an important psychological effect on enemy troops and still proved to be a valid support for ground troops especially in urban fighting. Detailed plastic kit

Carson 1:72 Sd.Kfz. 251/8 Ambulance

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1:72 Sd.Kfz. 251/8 Ambulance

510007077

€15.49

Article number: 510007077 Product: 1:72 Sd.Kfz. 251/8 Ambulance Mod.Dim.: 8,1 cm Actros is the commercial name for Mercedes-Benz heavy truck range. The Actros range has been introduced in 1995 and quickly achieved a significant commercial success as a suitable solution to perform long-distance haulage and heavy-duties haulage. The New Actros, introduced on the market in 2012, is the most update and innovative expression of the heavy truck Mercedes family. It is characterized by an advanced and modern design and the adoption of new Euro 5 and Euro 6 engines. The vehicle configuration has been designed and developed to guarantee the highest operational efficiency minimizing the running costs. Detailed Plastic Kit

Carson 1:72 Sd.Kfz.305 Ambulance

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1:72 Sd.Kfz.305 Ambulance

510007055

€13.99

Article number: 510007055 Product: 1/72 Sd.Kfz.305 Ambulance Model Dim.: 8,2 cm Decals for 4 versions The Opel Blitz medium truck was used extensively by the German Army on all fronts during World War Two. Several thousand of them were produced. They were also used as platforms for antiaircraft weaponry and tanker, workshop and ambulance versions were made. Of sturdy construction and easy to maintain, it also featured good off-road performance which made it invaluable in both the Russian and African campaigns.

Carson 1:72 US M12 GMC Howitzer

Military model vehicles 1:72

1:72 US M12 GMC Howitzer

510007076

€16.99

Article number: 510007076 Product: 1/72 US M12 GMC Howitzer NEW DECAL SHEET The self-propelled gun CMG M12 was used during the Second World War by the U.S. Army. It was developed on the hull of the M3 Lee / Grant tank on which was installed a 155 mm gun. The main armament, the ammunitions and the gun crew were located in an open topped area at the back of the vehicle. Only the driver's seat was protected. To absorb the effects of the recoil when using the artillery piece, the M-12 was equipped with a rear blade that was lowered and fixed into the ground.

Carson 1:72 WWII Ger.Kfz. 305 3to.Cargo Truck

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1:72 WWII Ger.Kfz. 305 3to.Cargo Truck

510007014

€14.49

Article number: 510007014 Product: 1:72 WWII Ger.Kfz. 305 3to.Cargo Truck Model Dim.: 8,3 cm Decals for one version The Opel Blitz medium truck was used extensively by the German Army on all fronts during World War Two. Several thousand of them were produced. They were also used as platforms for anti-aircraft weaponry and tanker, workshop and ambulance versions were made. Of sturdy construction and easy to maintain, it also featured good off-road performance which made it invaluable in both the Russian and African campaigns.

Carson 1:72 WWII German PAK40 AT Gun w/servants

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1:72 WWII German PAK40 AT Gun w/servants

510106096

€11.49

Article number: 510106096 Product: 1/72 WWII German PAK40 AT Gun w/servants The 75mm Panzerabwehrkanone Pak 40 was brought in service at the beginning of 1941 and became the standard anti-tank gun of the German army. Despite being less powerful than the more famous "88", it was employed on all the fronts with excellent results. A light and easy to handle weapon, it weighed only 1500 kg and it was able to penetrate a 70mm plate at a range of 2000 meters. Slightly modified, it was also used on tank destroyers like the Marder, the Stug III and the Hetzer.

Others 1:72 DUKW

Military model vehicles 1:72

1:72 DUKW

510007022

available from April

Article number: 510007022 Product: 1/72 DUKW The model DUKW in 1/72 scale has a length of about 117 mm. Decals for one version. To meet the logistical needs of the US Army landing forces in transferring loads quickly and efficiently from ships to beaches, the American General Motor CCKW-353 2½ t 6x6 amphibious version tactical transport truck was designed and built for this purpose. The basic vehicle components were the same as the GMC road truck with its 4,400 cm3 6-cylinder engine, three differentials and six driving wheels. The DUKW was characterized by a welded hull to make it amphibious, which was then reinforced by horizontal ribs. Its key attribute however was its extraordinary versatility and load capacity. It could carry a 2,400 kg payload or 25 fully equipped troops. DUKWs were deployed extensively in all theaters of war by the U.S. Army, U.S. Marines and the armed forces of numerous Allied countries. Notably, they featured in many significant WW11 beach landings including the D-Day Normandy landings at Utah and Omaha and also at Salerno, Anzio and on the beaches of the Pacific campaign. Detailed plastic kit   Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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Carson 1:72 German Guns Set: PAK35-PAK40-FLAK38

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1:72 German Guns Set: PAK35-PAK40-FLAK38

510007026

soon available again

Article number: 510007026 Product: 1/72 German Guns Set: PAK35-PAK40-FLAK38 The model kit German Guns Set PAK 35-PAK40-FLAK 38 in 1/72 scale contains 3 models. Including 8 figures.

Carson 1:72 Panzer Kpfw. IV

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1:72 Panzer Kpfw. IV

510007007

soon available again

Article number: 510007007 Product: 1:72 Panzer Kpfw. IV Model Dim.: 8,5 cm Decals for one version The Panzer IV was developed in the first few months of the 2nd World War to provide the German armoured forces with a better protected vehicle carrying a 7.5 CM cannon. This was a reaction to the limits of its predecessor the model III with a 5 CM cannon compared to the threat of the enemys means, in particular the soviet T 34s which were equipped with an arm of that calibre as well as good armour plating. The model IV tank was extensively used on all fronts during the 2nd World War by the German Army. Many different gradually improved versions were produced to face the on-going improvements of the opponents means.

Carson 1:72 Sd.Kfz 265 Kleine Panzerbefehlswag.

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1:72 Sd.Kfz 265 Kleine Panzerbefehlswag.

510007072

soon available again

Article number: 510007072 Product: 1:72 Sd.Kfz 265 Kleiner Panzerbefehlswagen Model Dim.: 5,6 cm The Sd.Kfz 265 Kleine Panzerbefehlswagen armored command vehicle was born to meet the need of the Wehrmacht Panzer Division Commanders to follow, as close as possible, the tanks and better coordinate them on the battlefield. The armored command vehicle was designed on the Panzer I Ausf. B light tank chassis. To increase the space for the unit commander and his staff, the traditional rotating turret with the main armament was removed and a tall fixed superstructure was installed. The commander’s room was able to host the battle maps, the transmission and the communication systems. An additional radio antenna could be used, on the hull, to increase the range of radio communication. Produced from the second half of ‘30s the "Panzerbefehlswagen" has been used in combat operations in September 1939 during the Poland invasion. Detailed Plastic Kit of model Sd.Kfz 265 Kleine Panzerbefehlswagen in scale 1:72

1:72 US M3A1 Spähpanzer

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1:72 US M3A1 Spähpanzer

510007063

soon available again

Article number: 510007063 Product: 1:72 US M3A1 Spähpanzer The White Motor Company began its study and development of the M3 in 1938 to supply the United States Army with an armored reconnaissance vehicle. Equipped with a 6 cylinder 110 Hp Hercules JXD petrol fueled engine, it could reach a maximum speed of 81 Km/h. Equipped with four-wheel drive, it was used for patrol, reconnaissance and command post. The vehicle could carry up to 8 men and was armed with a 12.7 mm Browning M2 machine gun plus two more Browning 7.7 mm machine guns on the sides. It was first used in the Philippines campaign in 1941. Used in North Africa and in Sicily, it was replaced during the war, for advanced exploration tasks, by the more modern M8 Greyhound. Besides being used by the American Army, it was used as well by the Armed Forces of England, France and by some divisions of the Red Army who used it on the Eastern front to pull 76 mm ZIS-3 cannons.

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