On the Revell model, it allows you to show the outer doors open or closed.
Now. On US boats the shutters slid forward, a distance equal to the diameter of the door plus the hinge displacement, as the doors opened.
The distance from the leading edge of the shutters, on the Revell, to the nearest edge of the bow seems too short, to allow that. So, how did the Germans get the shutter out of the torpedo path, when they opened the doors? Or did Revell mess up there, and we're stuck with it?
I don't suffer from ulcers, I'm a carrier.