Schneider 105mm M36 gun (x2)
includes two Schneider 105mm M36 guns with crew & two Large bases.
The Schneider 105mm M36 gun and the Skoda 150mm M34 howitzer were the most modern artillery pieces in the Romanian Army’s arsenal during the Second World War.
Each Romanian corps had an independent motorised heavy artillery battalion and were made up of 105mm Schneider model 1936 guns and 150mm Skoda model 1934 howitzers.These were comparable in terms of firepower and mobility with German regiments.
The Schneider 105mm M36 Gun in Flames of War
Schneider 105mm M36 gun
Rate of Fire: 1
Gun shield, Breakthrough gun
Manning a gun in the thick of battle is a hazardous job. To offset the increased vulnerability of gun crews to enemy fire, many guns have a bulletproof gun shield.
Gun Shields provide your Gun teams with Bulletproof Cover from shots fired from in front of a line drawn across the front of the team’s base. Shots fired from behind this line hit the unprotected crew behind it.
Gun Shields do not provide cover to teams moving At the Double, nor from artillery bombardments.
No Saves from Big Guns
Some weapons are just so powerful that there is no chance of surviving a hit from them. These heavy guns are often mounted in tanks and self-propelled guns designed to break through enemy defensive lines.
Infantry teams, Gun teams, Passengers, and Unarmoured vehicles automatically fail their Saves when hit by a Breakthrough Gun or a Bunker Buster. This does not apply to Artillery Bombardments.
Corps Heavy Artillery Batteries may not be placed from Ambush within 16”/40cm of enemy teams.
Description of Components
2x Kneeling crew figures covering ears.
2x Kneeling crew figures.
2x Kneeling crew figures with hand out.
2x Standing crew figures with shell.
2x Standing crew figures with hand up.
2x Gun shields.
4x Gun carriage wheels.
2x Right gun carriage sections.
2x Left gun carriage sections.
2x 105mm gun barrels.
2x Large bases.
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