The 2 cm Flak 30 light anti-aircraft gun was the standard weapon in its category until 1939 in the German army, air force and navy. In that year the new Flak 38 was developed to replace it although this replacement was not complete and the Flak continued to be used until the end of the war, it had a firing power of 120 shots per minute and weighed 450 kg. It was installed on numerous anti-aircraft platforms on vehicles, ships, submarines, fortifications… and was present on all the war fronts in Europe and North Africa. Present in the Spanish Civil War, it proved highly effective against ground targets.
Includes two models of Flak 30 in 1/72 scale model of First to Fight, in hard plastic about 4.7 cm long to be mounted deployed or on its trailer. Not suitable for children under 14 years old.