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DAK018 - sFH 18 150mm Howitzer



DAK018 - Das Deutsche Afrika Korps 1/30th Scale sFH 18 150mm Howitzer with Limber

The 150mm Schwere Feldhaubitze 18 was the primary WWII German divisional level heavy howitzer during the second World War. With a basic split-trail design and originally envisioned to be towed by horse, it had hard rubber tires and an unsprung axle. A two wheeled limber was added after its initial production, which we have also included in the set, that allowed it to be towed by such vehicles as the SdKfz 7 8 Ton Prime Mover. Our rendition of the gun is extremely well sculpted and beautifully painted and can be setup deployed to fire or limbered up for towing. Presented here with the world class sculpting and painting that you've come to expect from First Legion, DAK018 sFH 18 150mm Howitzer with Limber will make an excellent addition to any serious WWII toy soldier collection!

As an added feature to our 150mm Howitzer, the gun trails open and close and hook up to the limber for towing by a vehicle. The limber itself is a very highly detailed piece on its own and can be placedbeside the gun and crew when unlimbered to fire or can of course be used to tow the gun by closing the trails, mounting the gun on the limber, and attaching the limber to our new SdKfz 7 8 Ton Prime Mover making the ultimate DAK display! Further, we have providing TWO sets of gun brakes for this model, one set that hooks up to the ends of the trails when the gun is unlimbered and a second set to hang over the sides of the trails when the gun is limbered!

60mm Hand Painted figure for collectors from the World War II product range.

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Manufacturer First Legion ltd.

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