Dimensions - Length 146mm.
Vickers machine guns were .303 caliber (7.7 mm), recoil-operated, water-cooled medium machine guns that the British developed and used primarily during World War I. The weapon was capable of firing up to 600 rounds a minute and, with an experienced crew, spare barrels and ample ammunition, was capable of maintaining that rate of fire for twelve hours. That endurance ensured that the guns were used on land, sea and in the air from 1912 to 1968. This limited edition kit features a finely-modeled gun with display frame.
Comprehensive model kit of a German 15cm sfh 18 Howitzer.
Adhesive and paints are required
Glue and paints are required to assemble and complete the model (not included)
Dimensions - Length: 468.5mm Width: 166mm
Kit features - 220+ plastic and metal parts - Gun can elevate to different angles - Hand wheels reproduced in detail - Either combat or travel and lift modes can be selected for assembly - The main tyres are hollow rubber with detailed tread pattern - Photo-etched vaulted mesh guard included. Detailed instructions supplied with the kit.
Adhesive and paints are required to assemble and complete the model (not included).
Trumpeters 00911 a large 1/16th scale plastic kit of a US Army M16 Haltrack with Quad Anti aircarft Machine Guns
Length: 413mm Width: 156mm Height: 168mm
25 sprues plus cabs, compartment, chassis, rubber tires, rubber tracks, wheels
Cast metal chassis frames, numerous screws and stamping can mount racks
M-16, 4th Inf. Div.
M-16, 15th AAA Battalion, 7th Infantry Division, 1951
M-16, 21 AAA, Korea, 1953