Description

The German Flak 41, Fliegerabwehrkanone, is a late and final type of the notorious German 88 mm anti-aircraft and anti-tank gun first developed in the 1930s. Due to its complexity and need for proper maintenance, the Flak 41 was exclusively deployed in Germany and was used till the end of World War II. The new variant of the Flak proved effective and on par with 128 mm anti aircraft guns.

Managed by a crew of 10, the gun could be completely emplaced in under 3 minutes. The gun’s versatile carriage also allowed the Flak 41 to be fired in a semi deployed anti-tank position, while still mounted.

Trumpeter‘s German 88mm Gun Flak 41 features:

  • Intricate assembly featuring crisp, sharp details, with fine weld lines.
  • Slide moulded front and rear transport carriages.
  • Rubber wheels for the carriages.
  • 4 included crew figures in resting positions.
  • Gun can be built in either the deployed, semi deployed, or in transit mode.
  • 1 photo etched fret.
  • 2 marking options.