Warlords of Erehwon: Samurai riding Komainu Lion Dogs
The Samurai began life as retainers to the nobility and over time became known as the main warrior body of Japan. Initially, they were cavalry, armed with hand weapons and missile weapons. Hard hitting and superbly trained they were a...
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Victory at Sea - Navigatori-class destroyers
Originally classified as esploratori or scouts, this class was in response to the French contre-torpilleurs (destroyers) of the Jaguar and Guépard-classes. Trials with light displacement and overloaded machinery led to speeds of up to 43.5 knots. However, that could not...
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British Army 5.5 inch Howitzer (Late War)
Providing counter-battery fire primarily the 5.5 inch field guns brings the British Army potent indirect fire. The BL 5.5 inch field howitzer gave excellent service to British and Commonwealth forces throughout World War II. The guns continued to see action...
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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...
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Victory at Sea - Aquila
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Victory at Sea - Aquila
The role of aircraft carriers was undervalued by the Regia Marina, as the navy was expected to operate in the Mediterranean, close to Italian air bases. This attitude was best expressed by Mussolini who said, “Italy itself is an aircraft...
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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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Korean War: North Korean KPA ZIS-2 anti-tank gun
The 57mm ZiS-2 was a rapid-firing semi-automatic gun and could shoot up to 25 rounds a minute. This weapon was used by the KPA to give the troops more hitting power against the UN aggressors. Development of the weapon began...
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Soviet ZIS-2 anti-tank gun (Winter)
The 57mm ZiS-2 was developed before the war to give anti-tank artillery regiments a weapon capable of destroying heavily armoured tanks. It was a rapid-firing semi-automatic gun that could shoot up to 25 rounds a minute. ZiS-2 production was cancelled...
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US Army M2A1 105mm howitzer
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US Army M2A1 105mm howitzer
Pack contains 1 metal gun and 4 metal crew. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Victory at Sea - Conti di Cavour
Originally commissioned in 1915, Conte di Cavour and Giulio Cesare (Leonardo da Vinci was destroyed by sabotage during World War One) were rebuilt as first generation fast battleships in a process that left only 40% of the original structure in...
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Korean War: North Korean KPA M-42 anti-tank gun
The 45mm anti-tank gun, M1942, was designed to provide a weapon with greater penetrative power. However, like the prior M1937, it was outdated against the modern UN armour. The light-weight gun is mounted on the modified carriage of the M1937...
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8th Army 2 pounder ATG
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8th Army 2 pounder ATG
At the outbreak of war, the QF 2-pdr (QF stands for ‘quick firing’) 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...
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Japanese Type 98 20mm Gun
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Japanese Type 98 20mm Gun
The Japanese had a variety of large-calibre anti-aircraft guns, none of which really enter into the realm of the tabletop wargame. Smaller 20mm calibre weapons were supplemented by pintle-mounted machine guns of various types. The Type 98 20 mm AA...
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Japanese Type 1 47mm Anti Tank Gun
The Type 1 47mm AT gun was developed following the Japanese encounter with Russian armour and was the first indigenously developed dedicated anti-tank gun. It lacked the performance of other contemporary weapons of similar calibre, but was deemed sufficiently capable against...
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Napoleonic Prussian Jägers (1813-15)
The Prussian infantry consisted of fusiliers, musketeers, landwehr and jägers. Regiments, consisting of three battalions, were a tactical unit similar to those of the french. Each regular Line regiment had two musketeer battalions and one fusilier battalion, while the Landwehr...
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Korean War: North Korean KPA anti-tank rifle, light mortar & flamethrower teams
Give your KPA force some much-needed punch with this set of brand new support weapons! You'll get an anti-tank rifle, a light mortar, and a flamethrower. Supplied principally by the Soviet Union, these doughty Koreans are ready to support the...
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Early Libyan chariot
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Early Libyan chariot
The Early Libyan chariot was a significant danger on the ancient battlefields of the Bronze Age. They're an integral part of Libyan armies, forming up to a quarter of the total strength in Hail Caesar. The Libyans were also allied with...
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Achaean Chariot III
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Achaean Chariot III
Contains: 1 Chariot, 2 un-armoured Horses, 1 Driver, 1 Rider and 1 alternative Rider, all in metal. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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British Grenadiers
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British Grenadiers
Contains: 8 metal British Grenadiers Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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British Light Infantry
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British Light Infantry
Contains: 8 metal British Light Infantry Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Boromite Specialist Support Team with Plasma Light Support
The plasma light support gun – often abbreviated to Plasma LS – is the ultimate in rapid firing infantry support weapons and the mainstay of Concord and Isorian weapon drone units. The plasma light support gun is easily recognised by...
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Norman Unarmoured Infantry B
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Norman Unarmoured Infantry B
Unarmoured infantry was usually used for scouting purposes and acting as a secondary unit to reinforce any front being pressured during battle. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Norman Heavy Infantry B
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Norman Heavy Infantry B
With their spears and shortswords, they are just as effective at attacking as they are stoic in defence. Contains: 8 Norman Heavy Infantry Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Norman Unarmoured Cavalry A
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Norman Unarmoured Cavalry A
Sacrificing armour for added agility, this cavalry unit is mostly suited for flanking or dealing with unprotected artillery or archery units. Contains: 4 Norman Unarmoured Cavalry Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Portuguese Cacadores
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Portuguese Cacadores
6 battalions of Caçadores were created (with more added later) and each would include include a special Atiradores (sharpshooters) company armed with rifles. Some Caçadores units were integrated into the elite 'Light Division', brigaded with the British units of the...
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2-horse light chariot II
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2-horse light chariot II
During the Late Bronze Age, light chariots were constructed more substantially, acquiring sides made of animal hide or even additional scale armour. Further additions included bow cases and quivers attached to the sides of the chariot . Bronze scale armour...
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Dacians: Scorpio
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Dacians: Scorpio
According to the peace of 89, Decebalus became a client king of Rome receiving money, craftsmen and war machines from the Roman Empire, to defend the empire's borders. Undoubtedly this would have included the fearsome Scorpio that the Roman armies...
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Victory at Sea - Etna
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Victory at Sea - Etna
In 1939, Siam (now Thailand) placed on order for a pair of general-purpose light cruisers which were to be built in Italian yards. These hulls were subsequently taken over by Italy in 1942, with plans to complete them as anti-aircraft...
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Victory at Sea - Luigi Cadorna
A sub-class of the Condottieri-class and ordered by the Regia Marina as a follow on to the Giussano-class, these two ships had similar characteristics but were intended to have improved protection and stability. However, protection ended up being virtually the...
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Korean War: North Korean KPA heavy mortar team
The KPA used the 120mm mortar which had a range of about 6,000 yards. Although even heavier mortars were produced, these were breech-loading Soviet model weapons with carriages and required towing vehicles to move, making them true artillery pieces. The...
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