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3.7cm PaK 36 (GE501) 3.7cm PaK 36 (GE501)
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The 3.7cm PaK 36 was the German’s standard anti-tank weapon at the outbreak of war in 1939. Over 15,000 PaK 36s had been manufactured by 1941. It proved to be an excellent weapon during the early years of the war until the introduction of well-armoured tanks such as the T-34 rendered it obsolete. This didn’t halt its career; it remained an important secondary weapon.
The introduction of the Stielgranate round in 1942 gave it quite a punch at short range. It could penetrate 180mm at 100m, but required nerves of steel from the crew, "shooting with the Stielgranate required more nerves than tank close combat" (official report from the 1st Infantry division).
3.7cm PaK 36 (GE501) 
3.7cm PaK 36 with Stielgranate (GE501)

Packed Contains

The 3.7cm PaK 36 comes with optional barrels, one to represent the standard weapon and another to represent the gun with the Stielgranate fitted ready for firing. It also comes with ammunition canisters for scattering on your team’s base.

In Flames of War

The mighty Panzers can't be everywhere at once, therefore the infantry must rely on anti-tank guns to protect them against marauding enemy tanks.

Range 24"/60cm; ROF 3; Anti-tank 6; Firepower 4+
3.7cm PaK 36 with Stielgranate (GE501)
3.7cm PaK 36 with Stielgranate (GE501) When firing Stielgranate

Range 8"/20cm; ROF 1; Anti-tank 12; Firepower 5+

Designed by Karl Cedarman
Grey PaK 36 painted by Wayne Turner
DAK PaK 36 painted by Dion Holswich

3.7cm PaK 36 with Stielgranate (GE501) 3.7cm PaK 36 with Stielgranate (GE501)

Last Updated On Wednesday, August 19, 2009 by Blake at Battlefront