7.5 cm Gebirgsgeschütz 36 in 1/72

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Fire-at-Will
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7.5 cm Gebirgsgeschütz 36 in 1/72

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What's the point of doing one period, when you can do them all.......... In life most people specialise so gradually they know more and more about less and less so eventually they know everything about nothing. I work on a broad front so eventually I'll know nothing about everything.

CarlL
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Interesting model & gunners, at E12.50 plus 5.60 P&P from Germany to UK, it may struggle to compete with UK manufacturers; although I am not familiar with Mountain troops and their guns on sale from UK figure makers.
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Fire-at-Will wrote:
11 Oct 2018, 17:59
From Germania figures
http://germania-figuren.com/gx2/1-72-Re ... 7-5cm.html

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plus crew

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Looks good Will...but as Carl stated, it might be a bit pricey for the UK market with that postage :?:

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A bit different Will, I must admit to having a likeness for "mountain gun " types (The guns not the gunners Carl & Grant )
thanks for posting Will, cheers John

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" must admit to having a likeness for "mountain gun " types ".............good job they're not in kilts then!



Too much of an opening John.....I couldn't just walk on by.....!!

Very nice subject piece, I'm sure that someone does/did a Gebirgsjager piece in the UK.......
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Post by bannockburn bhoy »

I forgot about you Gringo :D

Looked up the site Will ,there are some really good figures on there ,pricey ,but different, will have a dabble I think.

cheers John

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Did FAA do a similar gun?

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panzerman47 wrote:
15 Oct 2018, 19:27
Did FAA do a similar gun?
Yes, listed as GUN47 in the current FAA list. I have one in my collection.

http://www.faaminiatures.com/p-458-gun- ... itzer.aspx

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Seems to me the cheapest way to get one is to cut down a Pak40

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I built this as a mountain gun on a HAT carriage, I snipped the barrel and added a new muzzle break :D looks the part

You will of course have to modify the mounting and shorten the trails, but hardly rocket science
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Richard B. wrote:
16 Oct 2018, 10:13
Seems to me the cheapest way to get one is to cut down a Pak40

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I built this as a mountain gun on a HAT carriage, I snipped the barrel and added a new muzzle break :D looks the part

You will of course have to modify the mounting and shorten the trails, but hardly rocket science
"“Sir with the compliments of my officer, your shooting was excellent – you killed four of our men”!
Un-named Traillieur to an artillery officer at R`Fakah, Morocco, Feb. 29th, 1908

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