Zvezda 6115 - 1/72 Soviet 37mm AA Gun 61-K with Crew
Anti-aircraft guns were first developed during World War I. During pre-World War II period there was an opinion that a gun should be universal, i.e. capable of firing at both air and ground targets. Soviet army command didn't support this view, however, Soviet anti-aircraft guns' construction allowed firing at a low angle. During World War II, practice has shown, that the theory was actually right. In various defensive operations, from battle for Moscow in 1941 to Battle of Kursk in 1943 Soviet anti-aircraft guns were equally efficient against enemy tanks and enemy planes.
Contents: 2 unpainted soldiers 1 anti-aircraft gun - 1 unit base with flag - 1 unit card
Snap fit. No glue required.
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.