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They were widely as fire support to infantry, panzer and panzergrenadier units. The vehicle was essentially a tank chassis with a gun, usually a long-barreled 75mm, mounted on it. Due to it not having the gun mounted in a turret, it afforded the crew more space but limited the traverse of the gun, requiring the whole vehicle to turn to aim at a target most of the time. Throughout World War II, especially later in the war, Germany produced more assault guns than tanks, because they were cheaper and quicker to produce due to the lack of a need to put in a revolving turret and the complex machinery, and were almost as effective as tanks. They also provided a use for obsolete tank chassis, most assault guns being mounted on Panzer III and Panzer IV chassis, producing the StuG III and StuG IV, respectively.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eThe StuG IV is a slightly modified Sturmgeschutz III superstructure mounted on a Panzer IV chassis. Around 1100 were built starting in 1943. The StuG IV was known as a very effective tank killers, especially on the Eastern Front.\u003c\/p\u003e"}

1/72 StuG IV Late Production, Unidentified Unit, Hungary, January 1945

Product Description

Dragon Armor 60118 - 1/72 StuG IV Late Production, Unidentified Unit, Hungary, January 1945

Main Features:

  • - Accurate StuG IV mold with full details
  • - True-scale model
  • - Historically accurate 3-tone camouflage which showcase its unique paint scheme consisting of patches of white winter paint over a dark yellow base coat
  • - Detailed and weathered track links
  • - Includes display case

About the StuG IV:
Sturmgeschutz is a German word for "assault gun", abbreviated StuG. They were widely as fire support to infantry, panzer and panzergrenadier units. The vehicle was essentially a tank chassis with a gun, usually a long-barreled 75mm, mounted on it. Due to it not having the gun mounted in a turret, it afforded the crew more space but limited the traverse of the gun, requiring the whole vehicle to turn to aim at a target most of the time. Throughout World War II, especially later in the war, Germany produced more assault guns than tanks, because they were cheaper and quicker to produce due to the lack of a need to put in a revolving turret and the complex machinery, and were almost as effective as tanks. They also provided a use for obsolete tank chassis, most assault guns being mounted on Panzer III and Panzer IV chassis, producing the StuG III and StuG IV, respectively.

The StuG IV is a slightly modified Sturmgeschutz III superstructure mounted on a Panzer IV chassis. Around 1100 were built starting in 1943. The StuG IV was known as a very effective tank killers, especially on the Eastern Front.

Sku: DR60118
Vendor: Dragon
HK$280.00
Maximum quantity available reached.

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