The Pak 36 (Panzerabwehrkanone 36) was a German anti-tank gun that fired a 3.7 cm calibre shell. It was the main anti-tank weapon of Wehrmacht infantry units until 1942. It was followed in this role by 5 cm Pak 38 gun.
About this creation
The Pak 36, being a small-calibre weapon, was outdated by the May 1940 Western Campaign, and crews found them inadequate against allied tanks like the British Mk.II Matilda and the French Char B1 and Somua S35. Still, the gun was effective against the most common light tanks, such as the FT-17 during the Battle of France and the T-26 during Operation Barbarossa.
Credit go's to Flak Magnet on Flicker for most of the design.
Front. This was a fun build.
Left. If I have some spare time I mite make two more.
Back. It is an extremely easy build so instructions should not be needed.
Right. Too bad it was outdated pretty early into it's service.
The figures loading the gun.
You two think that this was the best AT gun the Germans made during World War 2?
He he he he...