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  1. Flak 38 with Luftwaffe Crewman Minifigure

    Flak 38 with Luftwaffe Crewman Minifigure

    S$50.00

    The FlaK 38 was 2cm automatic cannon used by German anti-aircraft units througout World War II.

  2. British QF25 Pounder - Howitzer Battle Pack

    British QF25 Pounder - Howitzer Battle Pack

    S$160.00

    The QF ("Quick Firing") 25-Pounder was the standard British field gun of World War II and was developed to correct deficiencies found in British field pieces during the First World War.

  3. M3 105mm Howitzer with 101st Airborne Soldier Minifigure

    M3 105mm Howitzer with 101st Airborne Soldier Minifigure

    S$75.00

    The M3 Howitzer was developed in World War II by the US Army to fulfill the need for fire support for its airborne infantry unit.

  4. M1857 Napoleon Gun with Confederate Soldier Minifigure

    M1857 Napoleon Gun with Confederate Soldier Minifigure

    S$50.00

    The M1857 was one of the most common field artillery pieces used by both sides during the American Civil War. 

  5. M1927 76mm Regimental Gun

    M1927 76mm Regimental Gun

    S$22.50

    The M1927 76mm Regimental Gun was used by nearly every Soviet infantry and cavalry regiment before and during World War II. Captured M1927s were also widely used by the German and Finnish armies.

  6. M1942 (ZIS-3) 76mm Divisional Field Gun with Russian Soldier

    M1942 (ZIS-3) 76mm Divisional Field Gun with Russian Soldier

    S$97.50

    The ZiS-3 76mm Field Gun (Officially designated M1942 Divisional Gun) was the most common medium artillery piece used by the Soviet Union during the Great Patriotic War. Due to the innovated addition of the massive muzzle brake, pre-war 76mm gun barrels could be mated to the light weight ZiS-2 anti-tank gun carriage. This created a compact, mobile, inexpensive, versatile and easy to produce artillery piece that was called, "A masterpiece of artillery systems design." by Joseph Stalin. The ZiS-3 gun was the main armament used for the Su-76 self-propelled gun. Most ZiS-3 guns were withdrawn from the Red Army after World War II and were later supplied to satellite states. The ZiS-3 was used by communist forces in both the Korean and Vietnam wars.

  7. 37mm Gun M3 Anti-Tank Gun with Rifleman

    37mm Gun M3 Anti-Tank Gun with Rifleman

    S$45.00

    At the onset of World War II, the 37mm Anti-tank gun was the chief anti-armor weapon in the US military inventory. The M3 was mounted on a wheeled carriage, making it small enough to be towed behind the standard 1/4 ton Jeep and easily positioned by it's crew. While it's effectiveness would diminish against increasingly more heavily armored German vehicles, the M3 soldiered on for the duration of the war in North Africa, Europe and the Pacific.

  8. 7.7 cm FK 96 N/A - Feldkanone 96 Neuer Art with German Soldier

    7.7 cm FK 96 N/A - Feldkanone 96 Neuer Art with German Soldier

    S$67.50

    7.7cm Feldkanone 96 neuer Art was an updated version of the original FK 96, the standard field gun adapted by the German Army in 1896. Neuer Art refers to the updated gun carraige  and recuperator system that alowed for rapid fire like the French Mle 1897 and British 18 Pounder.

  9. Ordnance QF 18 Pounder Field Gun with British Soldier

    Ordnance QF 18 Pounder Field Gun with British Soldier

    S$67.50

    The Ordnance Quick Firing 18 Pounder (weight refers to the weight of the shell) was developed as a rapid-firing artillery piece for use by British and Dominion armies. During World War One, the 18 pounder was the standard field gun on all fronts and was praised for its lethal effectiveness.

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