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Australian 2-pdr light anti-tank gun (Pacific)Add to Wish List
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...
Australian 6-pdr anti-tank gun (Pacific)Add to Wish List
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...
Australian Forward Observer team (Pacific)Add to Wish List
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...
Australian medic team (Pacific)Add to Wish List
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...
Australian medium mortar team (Pacific)Add to Wish List
In most jungle operations the 3-inch mortar was the main, often only, form of artillery support available. In the reorganised Jungle Divisions, from 1943 onwards, the number of mortars was doubled to include two full platoons of these weapons. Models supplied...
Australian MMG team (Pacific)Add to Wish List
Initially thought to be of limited use in jungle warfare, the first campaign against the Japanese taught the Australians the Vickers machine gun was vital for pouring on firepower before assaults. The perfect weapon for protecting the flank or holding...
Australian PIAT and anti-tank rifle teams (Pacific)Add to Wish List
The Australian Army was supplied by Britain with the PIAT anti-tank weapon, but this saw only extremely limited use by the Australians, as the threat from Japanese tanks was minimal. The weapon found more use against Japanese emplacements as an...
Australian platoon scout team (Pacific)Add to Wish List
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...
BEF anti-tank rifle and 2" light mortar teamsAdd to Wish List
The British Expeditionary Force (BEF) was the British force in Europe from 1939 - 1940 during the Second World War and constituted one-tenth of the defending Allied force. Pack contains 4 metal foot figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
British Airborne CharactersAdd to Wish List
Use Major General John Frost to spearhead your allied troops into battle! Or have Major General Robert 'Roy Urquhart hold the line against the Axis forces! Don't forget Major Allison Digby Tatham-Warter signature umbrella and heroic actions! Models supplied unassembled and...