MG 34 Gun

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Product / Stock #
635 002
Base Kit
Any 1/35 German WW2 vehicle or figure
Company: Eduard - Website: Visit Site
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The MG34 was mainstay of the German Army up until 1942 when the MG42 was introduced. Even with MG42 in use the MG34 continued in service until the end of World War II.

Eduard Brassin is designed as resin and photo etch accessories for scale plastic kits at a reasonable price.

The kit comes with four grey resin parts and a small brass photo etch fret. The resin pieces are of the MG34 machine gun, charging handle, buttstock and ammo feed bag. The photo etch pieces consist of the regular sights (Which are optional), anti aircraft sight w/ barrel band and a link of ammo.

Moving on to the build. The pour stubs on this are will placed and are easy to remove with minimal clean up. The photo etch is a little fiddly, but that is just due to how small it is. The barrel is not hollowed out so you will have to do this to give the impression of depth.

Over all this is not a bad little kit as it does build into a decent representation of a MG34. I would recommend this with for use only if the gun in your kit will not fit your needs. I would like to thank Eduard and IPMS/USA for the opportunity to be able to review this kit.


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