1/35 scale 3,7 cm KPUV vz.37 (3,7 cm PAK 37(t)) Gun and 75 mm vz.15 (7,5 cm Gerbirgskanone M.15 / 7,5 cm GebK 15 ( t )) Mountain Gun

We are revealing two of our new models and we hope that Czech army models buffs and also all of you who enjoy modelling Great War or WW2 subjects will be pleased with them. Both these models come in 1/35 scale and the moulds are made of steel. So the new models are as follows:
SA35001  3,7 cm KPUV vz.37 Gun, apparently the best anti-tank weapon of the early stages of WW2. Produced by the Skoda Works in Pilsen as the A4 for the Czechoslovak Army. With some modifications it could be fitted also to tank turrets. The German Wehrmacht captured many of these guns and used them successfully in Poland, Norway and in Western Europe. These captured guns were known as the PAK 37(t). The Czechoslovak army used this gun with two types of wheels, one while the gun was dragged by horses, the other when a vehicle was used. The Wehrmacht sometimes  used wheels from  3,7cm PAK 36 guns. All these three types of wheels are included in our model.

SA35002  75 mm vz.15 Mountain Gun. Another cutting edge weapon in its category, and also produced by the Skoda Works in Pilsen. It was used already during the First World War though, was also captured by the Italians who used this gun even after the Second World War. When the Great War had ended, the gun was produced for the Czechoslovak army and was also exported to many other countries. Successfully used by the Wehrmacht during WW2, the Germans got theirs from Czechoslovakia, Austria, Yugoslavia and Italy.











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