Known to its gunners as Scheunentor (Barn door) because of its weight and awkwardness when being manhandled in the mud, the PaK 43/41 88mm anti-tank gun was well-liked because it did the business. The original PaK 43 gun had a complex four-legged mounting similar to an AA gun, but it was slow and difficult to manufacture, so this cheap and cheerful version was built, using the wheels from the 14cm sfH18 howitzer and the trail legs from the 105mm leFH18 field howitzer. It all went together with some hammering and filling, and proved very effective in combat. One wartime record speaks of firing at a T-34 tank at 500mm range and blowing the engine clean out and the turret off, both landing some meters away from the hull. Another gun knocked out six T-34 tanks at a range of 3,500 meters. Sold Out!