Aeroplane Machine Guns of WWI
Don't forget building supplies!
This model kit requires assembly. Cement, paint and other construction materials not included unless specifically stated in the description.
Williams Brothers kits are re-issued kits from the 60s and 70s. Part fitment and quality is consistent with kits from that era.
World War One ushered in a new era of weapons, including the aero plane and the machine gun. It was inevitable that the two would come together, and aerial dog fighting was born. Both the Allies and Central Powers initially used heavier, water cooled, belt fed, tripod mounted infantry guns with the water jackets cut, or louvered, for airflow cooling. The lighter weight 'portable' guns were also adapted, and generally were used for the rear-seated observers on a flexible mount. In the 1960's, the Williams brothers created molds for the 4 guns most widely used, and helped initiate a surge of WWI modeling in the world of flying models that still exists today!
- Lewis Machine Gun
- Vickers Machine Gun
- Spandau Machine Gun
- Parabellum Machine Gun
Includes display rack (6.6" x 9.25") and labels.