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7.7cm FK96 n.A. Gun (GGE570)
7.7cm FK96 n.A. Gun
includes one Command Pistol team, two 7.7cm FK96 n.A. guns with crew, one Small three-hole base, two Large six-hole bases & one Base Plug sprue.
The armies of this Great War rely heavily on artillery to help prepare the enemy for an assault or to break up enemy attacks. The 7.7cm FK96 n.A. is a versatile field gun used all across the front. Its light weight makes it a very mobile gun compared to its competitors.
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With a variety of shells available, ranging from anti-tank to shrapnel rounds, this gun can be employed successfully in different combat situations. This gives commanders a valuable tool in both offensive and defensive operations.
The 7.7cm FK96 n.A. is relatively light enough to be useful as a rapid-response anti-tank detachment. Held just behind the lines in reserve, these guns could be called up to meet British tanks. The gun is powerful and remains the best way to take out a tank permanently, but it can also be used to knock out enemy bunkers or gun positions.
Designed by Evan Allen
Painted by Mike Haught
7.7cm FK96 n.A. Gun in Great War
7.7cm FK96 n.A. gun
Manning a gun in the thick of battle is a hazardous job. To offset the increased vulnerability of gun crews to enemy fire, many guns have a bulletproof gun shield.
Gun Shields provide your Gun teams with Bulletproof Cover from shots fired from in front of a line drawn across the front of the team’s base. Shots fired from behind this line hit the unprotected crew behind the shield.
Gun Shields do not provide cover to teams moving At the Double, nor from artillery bombardments.
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Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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