This is a complete diorama, and the 88 flak comes off for use all by itself. Crew are positioned so the gun (which swivels) can rotate without hitting any. The front shield comes off, for use as the “other” flak. Thier is also a high velocity crucible mount 88mm AT gun which will mount on this very same base. This high velocity 88 is part of another order, and isnt completed yet.
Scrb brushes (3) are on the base, and made with camel hair. Resin cast ammo crates and ammunition are present. But no empty shell cases, as this crew has just set up. One crewman is pulling the camo netting down to be set up. Note that many of the crewman have had weapons and excessive packs removed, since heavy gun crews left such things on thier vehicle. One man has had his jacket trimmed down and now looks to be wearing just his white undershirt. One man has a panzershriek modified into a rangefinder.
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I was thinking of doing this myself. I was going to place a magnet under the carriers in the void space and then superglue a ferrous metal wire to the underside of the planes. Has anyone tried this. Is it not enough to make the planes stick?
Ive never tried it but I think it will work. You will need those 3mm hobby magnets, not sure if they are Rare Earth or not. They do an excellent job at holding tank turrets in place so its not a stretch to think they will work in your application.