8.8cm FlaK 36
8.8cm FlaK 36
8.8cm FlaK 36
8.8cm FlaK 36
8.8cm FlaK 36
8.8cm FlaK 36
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8.8cm FlaK 36

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Planned dispatch by March 11, 2024.

The 8.8cm FlaK 36 is probably one of the most famous guns of the Second World War! The first baptism of fire took place in the Spanish Civil War, where it was also used for the first time against armored ground targets, like tanks. They quickly noticed that this role as an anti-tank weapon was made for the 8.8. Especially against heavily armored vehicles like the Soviet "KW series" or the "Char B1" of the French, which the conventional anti-tank guns (like the 3.7cm PaK 36) could hardly penetrate, the 8.8 was often the only weapon capable of doing so. Over the years it has been used with success on almost all fronts. Therefore, the famous 8.8 should not be missing in your collection!

This review video is recommended for further historical and background information on the model.

Functions:

  • Height-adjustable gun barrel
  • 360° rotatable upper mount
  • 2 foldable carriage legs
  • Functional transport bracket for the gun barrel
  • Height-adjustable seat for gunner
  • Removable protective shield

Special details:

  • 1:45 scale (perfect for minifigures)
  • Carriage legs like the original
  • Many small details (e.g. adjusting wheels)
  • Viewing hatch in the protective shield

Difficulty and fragility: 2/5

The scope of delivery includes an 8.8cm FlaK 36 and a specially varnished BrickArms Shell #4 The assembly instructions are in the form of a video, which is sent to the e-mail with which the order was placed, after the goods have been dispatched.