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Flak-In-The-Box

Perfect for children of all ages
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New from BorgCo for the Christmas season, the must-have toy that everyone's talking about.

The exterior of the toy is a cube, available in NATO olive drab, Field Grey, or a variety of camouflage patterns.

If you open the lid of a Field Grey box, there is a short delay, after which a voice shouts "ACHTUNG !" very loudly and a platform supporting a scale model of a Krupp 8.8cm FlAK 36 pops up. The weapon traverses and elevates, and then discharges a tiny, lightweight projectile at high velocity, emitting an ear-splitting BANG as it does so.

Other versions contain a British QF 3.7 inch AA gun (voice yells "STAND TO !"), a Russian 85 mm M1938 (untranslatable), an American 90mm M3 ("TEN-HUT !"), and a French Canon de 75 contre avion modèle 1940 Schneider (Voice shouts "Merde ! Fuir ! Allez, mes amis ! Fuir ! Vite, vite !". The gun does not fire; instead, a little white flag pops up and waves nervously).

Other versions under development. Collect the complete set.

Guaranteed to delight the kiddies and cause frail elderly relatives to suffer a cardiac arrest.

8th of 7, Dec 21 2013

http://en.wikipedia...ki/Volapuk_encoding [not_morrison_rm, Dec 21 2013]

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       Is there not a ballista version?
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 21 2013
  

       Sadly no, those are restricted under the ballista missile control agreements...   

       //Russian 85 mm M1938 (untranslatable)   

       Good grief, is it so hard to pick up the dictionary?   

       "M1938" in Russian translates to "M1938" in English.
not_morrison_rm, Dec 21 2013
  

       It's untranslatable because the HB sadly doesn't support Cyrilic, and using the Roman alphabet would lack authenticity.
8th of 7, Dec 21 2013
  

       volapuk?
not_morrison_rm, Dec 21 2013
  

       Yes please. Have you got one of those ones with the prawns on them?
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 21 2013
  

       Difficult to get prawns on an alphabet.   

       Possibly with a can of alphabet spaghetti, but I can't vouch for the flavour...
not_morrison_rm, Dec 21 2013
  

       I want some of the French ones, just for comic effect.
UnaBubba, Jan 01 2014
  
      
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