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Company B Releases Flakvierling 38 with Crew & Trailer


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14th Brooklyn writes:

Bob… it was introduced in 1938.

It was the single barrel version in Saving PVT Ryan though.

Cheers,

Burkhard


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Personal logo BAMeyer Sponsoring Member of TMP of Company B writes:

Why have one barrel when you can have a quad?

Flakvierling and crew

1:56 scale, all metal, sculpted by Mike Broadbent

The Flakvierling 38 consisted of quad-mounted 2 cm Flak 38 AA guns. The gun was normally transported on a Sd. Ah. 52 trailer, and could be towed behind a variety of half-tracks or trucks, such as the Opel Blitz, SdKfz 251 and SdKfz 11. It was also mounted onto half-tracks and tank bodies to produce mobile anti-aircraft vehicles, such as the SdKfz 7/1, the Wirbelwind and the Möbelwagen prototype. The Flakvierling was also a common fixture on trains, even on Hitler's own command train, where it was mounted on a flatbed car.

Flakvierling 38 on trailer

1 gun, 5 crew and the trailer priced at $29.00 USD.

In stock and available direct from Company B, Brigade Games and The Wargames Command Post.