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Minichamps 88mm Flak Guns

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#MIN350011081 - 2nd Issue: German 88mm Flak 36/37 Anti-Aircraft Gun w/ Trailer - Heers Flakabteilung 314, 3.Panzer Division, Kharkov, Russia, 1943 (1:35 Scale)

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German 88mm Flak 36/37 Anti-Aircraft Gun w/ Trailer - Heers Flakabteilung 314, 3.Panzer Division, Kharkov, Russia, 1943
2nd Issue: German 88mm Flak 36/37 Anti-Aircraft Gun w/ Trailer - Heers Flakabteilung 314, 3.Panzer Division, Kharkov, Russia, 1943 (1:35 Scale)
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Originally developed as an anti-aircraft gun, the 8.8cm FLugzeugAbwehrKanone ("Flak") was first employed in the anti-tank gun role in 1936, when the German Condor Legion was testing out its equipment during the Spanish Civil War. Amazingly, German war planners had designed the gun as an AA weapon with a heavy cruciform platform and central fire control operation, not as a multi-purpose anti-tank gun with proper anti-tank sights.
German 88mm Flak 36/37 Anti-Aircraft Gun w/ Trailer - Field Grey
1st Issue: German 88mm Flak 36/37 Anti-Aircraft Gun w/ Trailer - Field Grey (1:35 Scale)
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Originally developed as an anti-aircraft gun, the 8.8cm FLugzeugAbwehrKanone ("Flak") was first employed in the anti-tank gun role in 1936, when the German Condor Legion was testing out its equipment during the Spanish Civil War. Amazingly, German war planners had designed the gun as an AA weapon with a heavy cruciform platform and central fire control operation, not as a multi-purpose anti-tank gun with proper anti-tank sights.
   
 
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