Belgian Army anti-tank rifle team
Having trouble with the invading Panzers? Small arms fire not cutting the mustard? Help is at hand for your valiant Belgian troops in the form of the Boys anti-tank rifle. This new two-man team will help stave off the enemy...
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French Army Infantry section
£18.00
French Army Infantry section
Declaring war on Germany in 1939, the French armed forces were superior to the Germans in tanks and ships but suffered from outdated tactical and strategic doctrine at the highest level. Fighting alongside their British allies, the French army performed...
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French tank crew
£5.00
French tank crew
Pack contains 4 metal miniatures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted Tank not included!
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Belgian 47mm FRC carrier
£17.00
Belgian 47mm FRC carrier
Model supplied unassembled and unpainted - contents may vary.
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Australian Independent Commando squad
The Australian Army raised a number of units for commando-style operations during the Second World War – the first being the twelve Independent Commando Companies formed between 1941 and 1942. Predominantly serving in New Guinea, the Dutch East Indies and...
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Australian 6-pdr anti-tank gun (Pacific)
The QF 6-pdr was the highly successful replacement for the 2-pdr, being copied by the Americans as the 57mm gun, M1. Its useful lifespan was extended by new developments in ammunition that improved its armour penetration capabilities allowing it to...
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Kachin Native Irregular Squad
All sides made extensive use of native irregulars in the Burma theatre. Allied forces received help from Naga tribesmen in the mountainous northwest and from Chin, Karen and Kachin irregulars. These troops risked their lives many times over to help...
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Australian 2-pdr light anti-tank gun (Pacific)
At the outbreak of war, the QF 2-pdr was the standard anti-tank gun of the British Army. It was an adequate weapon for the time, being slightly more effective in terms of armour penetration then the contemporary German 37mm PaK...
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Australian platoon scout team (Pacific)
Japanese ambushes required a change in tactics to the desert fighting experienced so far. Instead of having the majority of a platoon’s sections ‘up front’, the Australians learnt to hold their platoons main strength in reserve until the enemy revealed...
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Australian Forward Observer team (Pacific)
Although the terrain prevented constant artillery support, in some key battles the Australian Field Regiment’s 25pdrs could be dragged into position to soften up a Japanese defensive position. If conditions were suitable, Australians could also call upon the 1st Tactical...
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Australian medic team (Pacific)
Medical support in the jungle was vital, with tropical diseases causing more casualties than enemy fire. Lucky for the Australians, they could call on the local Papuans to assist them in evacuating the wounded by stretcher as the terrain made...
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Australian 75mm pack howitzer (Pacific)
The ubiquitous 25pdr was the standard artillery piece of the Australian Army in the Pacific theatre, as it had been in the desert. The complete lack of roads and the dense jungle terrain encountered on the Pacific islands meant that...
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Australian 40mm Bofors AA gun (Pacific)
One of the most popular and recognisable anti-aircraft guns of WWII, the Bofors was used by many Allied and Axis forces. Often firing over open sights at ground targets as well as it's intended role as an anti-craft gun, the...
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Belgian Army HQ
£7.00
Belgian Army HQ
Like most European armies, Belgian Army officers were recruited from the upper-middle class of society. Officers were well-educated and affluent. They were confident and trained on par with their French and British counterparts. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Belgian Army medium mortar
£8.00
Belgian Army medium mortar
The Belgians used the 81mm Brandt mle 27/31 as its medium mortar support weapon. It was an effective weapon that was used by many nations. The Belgians also had a number of 7.58cm minenwerfer of World War I vintage. Models...
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Belgian Army MMG team
£8.00
Belgian Army MMG team
The most common machine gun operated by the Belgian Army was the MG08/15 Maxim machine gun. The German-made weapon had a proven track record in World War I. The Belgians modified the Maxim to fire 7.65 rounds. Models supplied unassembled...
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Belgian Infantry Squad
£18.00
Belgian Infantry Squad
A Belgian infantry section consists of ten men. A section is led by a sergeant carrying either a MP-28 submachine gun or a Fusil 1889 rifle. The sergeant is supported by a corporal carrying a rifle. The Fusil-mitrailleur 1930 (FM...
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Belgian Army light mortar & sniper teams
The Belgian sniper carried and operated the Fusil Mle 1935 rifle. Firing a 7.56mm round and with a scope attached, this rifle was lethal in the hands of a marksman. The Belgian Army was armed with the Lance DBT 50mm...
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Belgian Chasseurs Ardennais anti-tank rifle team
The British-made Boys anti-tank rifle was supplied to the French and Belgian armies as the Le Fusil Antichar Boys Mark I. The Boys was an effective anti-tank rifle against early German tanks. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Belgian Chasseurs Ardennais FRC 47mm anti-tank gun
More than 750 FRC 47mm anti-tank guns were in service when the German army invaded Belgium in 1940. The gun was used by the infantry and cavalry and was fitted to fixed positions, bunkers, and fortifications. The FRC 47mm anti-tank...
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Belgian Chasseurs Ardennais squad
The Chasseurs Ardennais were Belgium's elite force, and their primary role was to defend the Ardennes Forest. The Chasseurs Ardennais section consists of 12 men. A section was led by a Sergeant carrying either an MP-28 submachine gun or Fusil...
£15.00
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Belgian Chasseurs Ardennais  FRC 76mm infantry gun
The Canon de 76 FRC was produced by the Fonderie Royales des Cannon (FRC). The gun was designed to operate in direct support of infantry and be capable of being manhandled by their crews. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£13.00
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Belgian Army HMG team
£8.00
Belgian Army HMG team
The Fabrique Nationale FN M2HB (heavy barrel) was the licensed Belgian copy of the American Browning .50 cal. The weapon was used on a tripod, or could be found mounted to vehicles for use in an anti-aircraft role. Despite being...
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Belgian Army Forward Observer Team
Forward Observers are liaison officers responsible for coordinating the attack of heavy artillery batteries from behind the lines. They are likely to be accompanied by a radio operator and other immediate attendants. Bolt Action rates the officers as Regular or...
£5.00
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Belgian Army Bofors AA gun
£18.00
Belgian Army Bofors AA gun
The Bofors 40mm L/60 was purchased by the Belgian Armed Forces in 1935 in direct response to the development of the Luftwaffe. The Bofors impressed the Belgians because it came fitted to a towable carriage that allowed the gun to...
£18.00
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Citroen civilian coach
£22.00
Citroen civilian coach
Contains one resin and metal vehicle Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£22.00
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Lorraine 38L armoured carrier
Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£18.00
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French Army HQ
£8.00
French Army HQ
Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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