Afrika Korps Starter army
£75.00
Afrika Korps Starter army
With the Infamous 88, a Panzer III tank and 30 + men to command this is the German Afrika Korps Starter army you must have! Sent to North Africa to bolster the Axis war effort in the Western Desert, the...
£75.00
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Pike & Shotte Ordnance Battery
It was a rare thing for a general in the 17th Century to take to the field without an artillery train to intimidate and pulverise the enemy lines. These cannon and mortars were terrifying weapons, belching smoke and flames with...
£45.00
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8th Army 25 pounder Light Artillery, Quad & Limber
The standard British field gun of World War II was the 25-pdr gun-howitzer, a versatile weapon with a calibre of 3.45 inches (87.6mm). This was the weapon used in overwhelming numbers in every theatre, although the 3.7-inch (94mm) Mountain Howitzer...
£35.00
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Royal Horse Artillery 6-pdr and Limber Team
This is a combination set of the Napoleonic British Royal Horse Artillery 6-pdr gun & Crew plus Royal Horse Artillery Limber team. The detail on the components of the kit are accurate & sharply defined giving you a great base from which to...
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Royal Artillery 9-pdr and Limber Team
£30.00 £28.00
Royal Artillery 9-pdr and Limber Team
This is a combination set of the Napoleonic British Royal Artillery 9-pdr gun & Crew plus Royal Artillery limber team. The stunning Limber kit has been beautifully sculpted with pinpoint historical accuracy in mind and complements the cannon on your battlefields....
£30.00 £28.00
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BM-13 Katyusha rocket launcher
The Katyusha Zis-6 BM-13 Urss - based upon the rugged and widely used  Soviet Zis-6 truck chassis First seeing action in 1939, the Katyusha Rocket Launcher was a system for mounting platforms onto trucks, tanks, artillery tractors, armoured trains and...
£25.00
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Field Artillery and Army Commanders
In Europe, massed artillery was beginning to be a regular feature on the battlefield, and came at times to dominate the field. This was much less the case in America for various reasons, such as cost, availability and terrain to...
£20.00
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Marlborough's Wars: Artillery battery
The effective use of Artillery during this period was still in its infancy. Most guns were heavy and cumbersome, and once deployed usually did not move again during the battle. Trained artillery men were also rare, with soldiers from the...
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18/25pdr Gun and Limber (BEF)
LIGHT ARTILLERY The standard British field gun of World War II was the 25-pdr gun-howitzer, a versatile weapon with a calibre of 3.45 inches (87.6mm). This was the weapon used in overwhelming numbers in every theatre, We categorise the 25-pdr...
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American Civil War Artillery 1861-65
The set contains 3 guns, 3 limbers and 18 crew plus bases. There are 4 gun barrels for each gun; Napoleon 12pdr, 3 inch Ordnance Rifle, 10 pdr Parrott and 12 pdr Howitzer. All the crew are multipose with many...
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British 25 pdr Howitzer & Limber
The 25 pounder was the key howitzer used by the British Army throughout World War 2 and beyond. It was found in every theatre of war. It was fast firing and hard hitting but also easily manoeuvrable when pulled by...
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Hungarian 37M medium artillery
Designed and built by Skoda, this howitzer was first fielded by the Austro-Hungarian army during the first world war. The 100mm gun proved to be particularly useful as an infantry support weapon, and over 6,500 would be procured by Austria-Hungary....
£18.00
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Japanese Type 91 105mm Howitzer
The Japanese fielded several types of medium weight artillery of 105mm calibre, of which the Type 91 was typically assigned to field artillery regiments. It was a capable, modern and effective weapon of which many more than a thousand were...
£18.00
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Finnish Army 105 H/33 howitzer
Faced with the vast forces of the Soviets, the courageous and resourceful Finnish soldiers, masters of fieldcraft, sniping, and small unit tactics, slowed and then began to roll back the massive Soviet assaults. Pack contains 1 metal gun and 4...
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French Resistance Light Artillery
The most useful kinds of light artillery were often mountain guns, as these were more easily moved about and could be disassembled and carried by mules if necessary. All kinds of artillery would be used. The old World War I...
£16.00
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Korean War: North Korean KPA ZIS-3 divisional gun
The ZiS-3 was a Soviet-made 76mm used during the Great Patriotic War. Zis stood for Zavod imeni Stalina (factory named after Stalin), named after the honorific title of the first factory to manufacture the weapon. The weapon was popular with...
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Soviet ZIS-3 76mm Divisional Gun
The 76mm was the backbone in many ways of the Soviet field guns. Capable of accurate direct fire and also as a howitzer, the 76mm was a classic in design and was universally used by the Russian armies even though...
£16.00
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Polish Army 75mm light artillery
  The 75mm Gun was also exported to Poland who used it with its old spoked wheels rather than the more modern pneumatic wheels on the French gun. This set contains 3 metal miniatures and metal gun. Models are supplied...
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French Army 75mm light artillery
    The famous seventy five millimetre gun of the Great War served France and other countries well in the Second World War too. Used extensively throughout the war this model was reliable and could take on bombardments or anti tank duties.  ...
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Napoleonic British Rocket Bombarding Frame
Rockets were used by the Royal Marines and the Royal Artillery extensively during the War of 1812 campaigns of 1814; the Battle of Lundy's Lane, the Plattsburg campaign, the Chesapeake campaign battles of Bladensburg and North Point and lastly, the...
£15.00
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Demi-culverin cannon
£15.00
Demi-culverin cannon
Add more devastating firepower to your Pike & Shotte army with this menacing Demi-culverin. This new gun and crew are ideals for sieges or simply breaking up your opponents battleline. Pack contains 4 metal figures & 1 metal gun Note:...
£15.00
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Pike & Shotte Mortar
£15.00
Pike & Shotte Mortar
There were few more terrifying weapons in the 17th Century than the fearsome blast of the mortar bomb. Employed largely at sieges, mortars spat their fizzing, hissing shells high into the air clearing the tallest walls or towers to crash...
£15.00
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Saker Cannon
£15.00
Saker Cannon
The Saker was the mainstay of the artillery park. Large and fearsome enough to pound the enemy in the field and also manageable (just!) so that it could arrive on the battlefield. We forget today that 350 years ago in...
£15.00
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Scots Saker Cannon
£15.00
Scots Saker Cannon
Due to popular demand we've spliced together the Scottish crew from our great little Frame Gun and the  Saker cannon to give you a Scottish Saker! The Saker was the mainstay of the artillery park. Large and fearsome enough to...
£15.00
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French Resistance light anti-tank gun
Captured anti-tank guns were put to use again their former owners – these would very likely include German 37mm guns. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£13.00
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Australian short 25-pdr (Pacific)
The ubiquitous 25-pdr 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...
£13.00
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British Home Guard Smith Gun
£13.00
British Home Guard Smith Gun
The Smith Gun actually looked like a real field artillery engine. It was developed by the chief engineer of the Trianco heating appliance company under his own initiative: the cynical called it the ‘Triang gun’ after the toy company. It...
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Polish Airborne 75mm pack howitzer
The venerable 75mm Gun was exported to Poland who used it with its old spoked wheels rather than the more modern pneumatic wheels on the French gun. Lightweight and durable, the 75mm pack howitzer became the go-to weapon for any...
£13.00
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Japanese Type 92 70mm infantry gun
Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3 metal foot figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£13.00
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Belgian FRC 76mm infantry gun
Pack contains 3 metal figures & 1 metal gun Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£13.00
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