- IV tank destroyer issue of the combat vehicle fixed turret expression Germans developed in World War II
One, was successful with a powerful main gun turret which fixed to the chassis of three Panzer
It was developed as a successor to the StuG III. The prototype vehicle in October 1943 by Fomagu Inc.
Mass production starting in January '44 and well completed. The chassis is chassis No. IV H-type and J-type mainly
Is used, it is equipped with a 48 caliber 7.5cmPak39L/48 the fixed turret of low silhouette. From January 1944
Is produced until November, I was sent to the front. Then, and punter tanks main gun as originally planned
Appearance equipped with a 70 caliber 7.5cmL/70 of the same length barrel as well [Lang]. Production continued up to the end of the war,
I was bravely against the powerful Allied tanks.
- IV tank destroyer issue reproduce the type equipped with a 48 caliber gun 7.5cm of early type.
- I modeled to realize plenty of style sharp linear low in the 1/35 scale.
- Do not miss the detail expressions such as hatch kind welding marks and armor, and bolts that solid feeling also transmitted.
- Gun barrel accurately reproduces every detail, such as muzzle brake the 48 caliber gun 7.5cm.
- I promise finish with a three-dimensional impression suspension is also composed of a plurality of parts.
- 4 body figures accompanying infantry are also set in this kit.
- 1944, in the battle over the Orne River and fall of British troops at the Battle of Normandy
Reproduce the combat soldier population to expand the battleground in the comp Gruppe von look.
- Such as a soldier you are trying to throw a grenade face down on the ground and soldiers to take a shooting stance with knees
Pose full of tension extends the idea of \u200b\u200bthe scene.
- I was reproduced with full of texture as well as style of leggings to short boots from representation of wrinkles clothes.
- Combination of soldiers and 4 body able to reproduce the scene of fierce battle of Normandy
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