This famous weapon is well known for its role in World War II. It did, in fact, have its origins during the first World War, when guns of this calibre were used in an anti aircraft role.
Justifiably feared among enemy tank and aircraft crews, the 88mm gun was a formidable weapon that could penetrate the thickest armour at ranges their opponents could only dream of. The third model had a divided monobloc barrel. This was the gun that formed the armament of the Royal Tiger, Elephant Panzerjager and Jag Panther.
Glue and paints are required to assemble.