Defend against tank fire with a battlefield classic!
Brave the bombardment and launch your own barrage! Made to take on armored vehicles, the Anti-Tank Gun was one of the most agile artillery pieces ever to hit European battlefields. Build your classic-themed field gun, with its big, bi-directional cannon and treaded rubber wheels. Then roll out with your soldier, ready to take out the toughest of targets!
- Buildable classic-themed Anti-Tank Gun
- Bi-directional cannon and treaded rubber wheels
- One highly detailed, super-poseable micro action figure
- Figure comes with detachable classic-themed armor and authentic accessories
- Collect and combine with other Call of Duty® construction sets by Mega Construx™
- Build the mission, and build beyond!
- Age 10+
- Item #FDY73
$ 9.99 USD (MSRP)
- Building Instructions PDF
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6 Product reviews
Buy this if you want to have a taste of the Mega's WW2 line. The gun itself has nice articulation as the barrel can move up and down. The detail on it goes to great levels and would look like something you would actually see on the battlefield. The figure is something new, The newly molded helmet is removable from the actual head which is a better system. A good thing about this set is that you can by many of these because they are so generic and affordable. Only one bad thing about it is the rifle mold, it feels incorrect as the scope is on backwards and doesn't look like a remake of an existing rifle. Other than the negatives, it is a good value for its number of pieces and fun to build.
@Mcanon. It's an M1941 Johnson, nothing from a 1960s comic or anything. The US Marines issued them to Raiders and Paramarine units in very limited quantities. Essentially it was the M1 Garand's competitor in regards to gaining a contract with the Marines (US Army adopted the M1 in 1936, however the USMC was still using the M1903 by 1942). You are right about the sunshade scopes though. The anti-tank gun is an M5, and a really good design as well. Overall it's a very aesthetically pleasing set and I love how you guys are making M1941s now.
@Mcanon. The US Marines green lighted that rifle design in 1942, and was used in limited quantities by Raiders, Paramarines, and a couple other units.
Very nice took but 10 minutes to build but it is worth the time I like the camo netting and rifle. The howitzer is pretty cool but, I think it needs a little more accessories like a knife or pistol. Overall 9/10
Would've been better if he had a B.A.R or maybe a carbine. But still pretty cool n i like how it goes with the jeep