122mm obr 1938 or 153mm obr 1943 howitzer (Plastic)
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In 1941, the British General Staff began examining the feasibility of mounting a high velocity gun into infantry and cruiser tanks. The need arose from experiences against the Afrika Corp during the campaign in the Western Desert and the requirement for a gun capable of knocking out any known German armoured fighting vehicle.
12.2cm FH396(r) howitzer (x2)
Captured Soviet 122mm obr 1938 howitzer
During the war on the Eastern Front the Germans captured large quantities of Soviet equipment. These were pressed into action with various units. One of these was the 12.2cm FH396(r) a captured Soviet 122mm obr 1938 field howitzer.
The Gun Pits Sandbags box set contains 2 sets of tabletop-ready Gun Pit markers, suitable for use with any army on the Eastern or Western Front