Rolling off the production line once more comes the fearsome King Tiger tank, now coated with zimmerit anti-magnetic mine paste. Not good news if you are an Allied tank commander!
One of the defining features of mid/late war German armour is the use of zimmerit anti-magnetic mine paste. It’s rough texture, which comes in a variety of patterns, makes painting panzers much easier as you can apply your usual techniques of drybrushing, blending or washes – something that can give a less than satisfactory result when applied to flat surfaces.
Our King Tiger is a resin and metal beast, armed with a long 8.8cm gun. It’s sloped, exceptionally thick armour provided it with ample defence against all but the most powerful Allied guns. This model has the Henschel production turret.
For those of you wanting your King Tiger as they rolled off the production line at the factory (ie, sans zimmerit), we also have our current King Tiger model…
Get your hands on three of these beasts (can you hear your opponent weeping yet?) with your choice of either zimmerit or not in our webstore as a special offer platoon deal.