8th Army 2 pounder ATG
£13.00
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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8th Army 6 pounder ATG
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8th Army 6 pounder ATG
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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Afrika Korps 2cm Flak 38
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Afrika Korps 2cm Flak 38
Designed to engage enemy aircraft, many automatic cannons saw ample use against other type of targets. Their high-velocity shots were lethal against enemy lightly armoured or soft-skinned vehicles, not to mention against infantry. The standard light anti-aircraft weapon of the...
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Afrika Korps 5cm PaK 38 anti-tank gun
Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3 metal crew miniatures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Afrika Korps LeFH 18 10.5cm medium artillery
105mm calibre and larger howitzers were employed at the divisional level. These long-ranged, heavy-hitting, weapons could sometimes be overrun and in bolt action provide a fearsome objective to take on for both men and machines. Note: Models supplied unassembled and...
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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 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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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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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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Blitzkrieg German 2cm Flak 38
The 2cm Flak 38 anti-aircraft guns were employed by most arms of the German military during World War II following its acceptance into service in 1939. The primary German light anti-aircraft gun at the time, it was by far the...
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Blitzkrieg German 75mm LeiG 18 light artillery (1939-42)
The German Light infantry support gun mark18 was a short-barrelled 75mm howitzer. It was used throughout the war in most theatres and gave good quality, much needed support to the hard-pressed Infantry. It could be towed by light tractor, or...
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Blitzkrieg German Pak 36 anti-tank gun
The standard issue German anti-tank gun in 1939, it equipped the Panzerjäger battalions, Pak is short for Panzerwehrkanone - anti-tank gun, and 36 indicates the year the weapon was designed). It was arguably the best anti-tank gun in the world...
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Blitzkrieg German Pak 36 anti-tank gun with stielgranate
In order to extend its usefulness the Stielgranate 41 hollow-charge ammunition round was developed. This large, fin-stabilised shell fitted over the end of the barrel, but did not have a very long range. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Blitzkrieg German sIG33 15cm howitzer (1939-42)
The Germans employed a variety of heavy field guns, mostly of 150mm calibre, including the Feldhaubitze 18 or FH 18, which formed the standard divisional heavy artillery. The same weapon was used in the Hummel self-propelled gun. Of course, these...
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Blitzkrieg German leFH 18 10.5cm medium artillery (1939-42)
The Germans employed howitzers of 105mm calibre and larger at divisional level. These long-ranged weapons would be unlikely to see action in the kind of fire fights portrayed in the Bolt Action game, unless of course they were to be...
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Fallschirmjager 20mm Flakvierling 38 AA-gun (1943-45)
Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3 metal crew figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted.
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Fallschirmjager Starter Army
£90.00
Fallschirmjager Starter Army
The world's first paratroopers to be used in large numbers, the German Fallschirmjager were at the tip of the spear when war broke out in 1939. They led daring assaults on strategic targets, such as the fortress at Eben Emael,...
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French Army 105mm medium howitzer
The French artillery included a large number of 105mm calibre guns and howitzers including the 1913 Schneider (known as the L 13 S) and 1936 Schneider, both of which were taken into German service in large numbers after the fall...
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German Heer 10.5cm leFH 18 medium artillery (Winter)
105mm calibre and larger howitzers were employed at the divisional level. These long-ranged, heavy-hitting, weapons could sometimes be overrun and in bolt action provide a fearsome objective to take on for both men and machines. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted...
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German Heer 150mm Nebelwerfer 41 (1943-45)
German scientists had been working on rocketry for all manner of purposes in the years leading up to the war. When the Germans crashed over the border into Russia in 1942 they had a secret weapon, with the cover name...
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German Heer 3.7cm Flak-43 AA gun (1943-45)
The German flak 43 was a ubiquitous automatic anti-aircraft gun that served in most theatres of WW2 with the Army Navy and Luftwaffe. It carried quite a punch and was rightly feared by Allied fighter bombers, one hit often being...
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German Heer 7.5cm leIG 18 light artillery (Winter)
The Germans employed a tremendous variety of light infantry guns, field guns and howitzers, which generally had a caliber of 75mm. These guns were used for close support and were light enough to be manhandled by their crews. Models supplied...
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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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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...
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Polish Army 100mm medium artillery
At the outbreak of World War Two, Poland possessed many artillery weapons that had been developed many years before. They would be called upon to break apart the encroaching German formations and attempt to slow the aggressors. One of these...
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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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Soviet ZIS-3 divisional gun (Winter)
The ZiS-3 was a truly multi-purpose weapon that was used as artillery and as an anti-tank gun by the Red Army. The Germans came to know it well and a dubbed it the 'Ratsch-Baum' ('crash-boom') for its distinctive sound. By...
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