World War One QF 13 Pounder with Limber and Australian Artilleryman

13 pounder

The Ordnance Quick Firing 13 Pounder (weight refers to the weight of the shell) was developed as a light, rapid-firing artillery piece for use by British and Commonwealth cavalry. During World War One, the 13 pounder saw service on all fronts and was widely praised for it’s high mobility and lethal effectiveness. However, once the mobility of open warfare gave way to static trench lines, the QF 13 Pounder would eventually be phased out in favor of the more powerful 18 pounder.

The QF 13 Pounder has the following features:

  • Gun details include seats for two crewmen, deployable lower gun shield and collapsable hand spike
  • Includes custom figure with cloth jacket by MMCB and accessories by BrickArms
  • Separate ammunition limber has opening door
  • 1/35 scale to match other Brickmania models
  • Over-all color is new dark gray
  • Includes 75 genuine new-condition LEGO®, BrickArms® and MMCB elements
  • Sophomore Skill Level (2-4 years experience with LEGO is recommended)

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