LiveResin LRM35026 1/35 HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter crew set – Door Gunner left side 1

HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter crew set – Door Gunner left side (recommend to use with LRE35333 and LRE35334 UH60 External Gun Mount System) equip by AIR WARRIOR SYSTEM (PSGC), HGU56/P helmet, correct to Kitty Hawk KH50006 HH-60G Pave Hawk and Academy 2201 1/35 MH-60G Pave Hawk, Academy 2217 1/35 MH-60L Black Hawk Direct Action Penetrator (DAP)

NEW FROM heller

1/400 SCHARNHORST 81085

In replacement of the Elsass, the Scharnhorst was ordered to the yards of Wilhelmshaven on 25/01/1934. Originally designed for 18,000 tons, it increased to 20,000 tons and then to 31,800 tons. Its commissioning took place on 7/01/1939. The naval epic of Scharnhorst, often conducted with that of Gneisenau, began under the orders of Captain Ziliax and Captain Hoffman

 He participated in many fights in the North Atlantic where 27/11/39 he sails the British cruiser Rawalpindi. He took part in Operation Weserubung in parallel with the Battle of Narvik in Norway in April 40. In June 40, he was found against the British transports in Operation Juno. The English aircraft carrier Glorious is sunk and two destroyers. In this same June 40 hit by the planes of the Royal Arc the Scharnhorst returns to Kiel. Successively he took part in the war against troop transports and enemy convoys in the North Atlantic where he fled numerous commercial buildings. In stopover in Brest, it is seriously affected by an attack of bombers of the RAF, 27/7/41. With Operation Cerberus in February 42, he tried to return to the North Sea with Gneisenau and Prinz-Eugen.

Number of pieces 307
Model length 56.5
Model width 7.5
Mock height
Box width 68
Box height 32
Depth box 7

NEW FROM Dragon Models 1/35 2cm FlaK 38 Early/Late Production mit Sd.Ah.51 and Crew (2 in 1)


EAN-13 BARCODE: 0089195869425
SCALE: 1:35
ANNOUNCED ON: 12/12/2018
EST ARRIVAL: February 2019








Germany fielded a number of antiaircraft weapons during WWII, and one of the smallest was the FlaK 30 and its modernized version the FlaK 38. These cannons were of 20mm caliber and were the most widely produced German artillery pieces of the war with thousands manufactured. The FlaK 38 was mounted on a single-axle Sonderanhangar 51 (Sd.Ah.51) towed carriage. As well as targeting low-flying aircraft, the weapon could also be used effectively in the ground role.

Dragon is now offering a very useful 2-in-1 kit of the FlaK 38, offering modelers to build either an early-production or late-production version of it. There are slight differences in the two versions, and Dragon supplies all necessary components to build either one. Modelers can pose the gun at various elevations or degrees of traverse, or it can be assembled in transport configuration. Making the FlaK 38 even more desirable is a complete gun crew and its associated Sd.Ah.51 trailer. A dramatic diorama can thus be built straight from the box, and its 2-in-1 characteristics give more versatility. This may be a small kit, but it offers a huge amount of enjoyment!