The 2 cm Flak 38 light anti-aircraft gun was the standard weapon in its category from 1939 in the German army, air force and navy. It represented a remarkable improvement over the Flak 30 by increasing its firing power to 22o shots per minute and decreasing its weight to 420 kg. It was installed on numerous anti-aircraft platforms on vehicles, submarine ships, fortifications… and was present on all the war fronts in Europe and North Africa. It was also commonly used against ground targets.
Includes two models kits of IBG 1/72 scale, in hard plastic, 8,6 cm approx. long to assemble, photo-etched parts included, glue not included. Decals for for two unidentified Wehrmacht units. Not suitable for children under 14 years old.