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1/35 Panzerjäger I 4.7cm PaK(t)

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Dragon 6230 - 1/35 Panzerjäger I 4.7cm PaK(t)

The Panzer I marked Germany’s first major foray into armored warfare in the 1930s. Unfortunately it was lightly armed and thinly armored, so it was totally obsolete by the start of WWII. In order to make the vehicle more relevant, many Panzer I Ausf. B chassis were used for tank destroyer (Panzerjäger in German) conversions. The 6.4-tonne Panzerjäger I was Germany’s first tracked tank destroyer and it mounted a Skoda 47mm PaK 43 antitank gun, an effective weapon design that had been captured when Germany earlier occupied Czechoslovakia. A total of 202 Panzerjäger I vehicles were converted in this way, and they fought in the Western Campaign in 1940, North Africa and the Eastern Front. Even though the vehicle had many weaknesses (e.g. highly vulnerable crew, limited gun traverse), some continued on in service in occupied Europe even after newer and better designs had appeared.

Dragon is launching a fine new 1/35 scale model of the Panzerjäger I. Based on Dragon’s existing high-quality Panzer I Ausf. B chassis, it boasts a newly tooled 4.7cm gun replete with stunning detail. Slide molds have contributed to the gun’s remarkable detail, including the uniquely shaped muzzle brake. Using Dragon’s “Razor Edge/Ultra Slim technology”, the armor plates that compose the fighting compartment have been made true to scale. The employment of 3-directional slide molds ensures this one-piece armor is accurately shaped and more easily assembled. The upper hull has been completely redesigned and the interior of the open-topped compartment rearranged with the new gun and items such as ammo boxes. With its widespread use early on in WWII, this pioneering tank destroyer offers modelers great diorama and modeling potential.

Sku: DR06230
Vendor: Dragon
HK$308.00
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