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    Item: DID
    Hayden Christ: Panzer NCO w 12cm GrW 42
    (D-Day 66th Anniversary Edition)
    The Granatwerfer 42 was a mortar used by Germany during World War II. Developed in 1941, the 12 cm GrW 42 was an attempt to give German infantry units a close support weapon with a heavier performance than the mortars used in general service at the time. The weapon was a copy of the mortar used by Soviet forces on the Eastern Front. The Soviet version that was copied, the PM 38 120 mm mortar, was used by German soldiers after capturing one of them. These Soviet versions were defined 12 cm Granatwerfer 378 (r).

    Note: Only one figure included with set (additional figures shown for display only).

    Click HERE for more pics.

    GIDID-D80076   $127.99 

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