British D-Day Landing ForceAdd to Wish List
British infantry sections received specialised amphibious training and equipment for the landings. The Canadian 3rd Division had not seen combat but were supremely trained and prepared for the landings. The British 3rd had not seen combat since the battle of...
British Infantry section (Winter)Add to Wish List
As with most British Commonwealth infantry sections, the British Infantry Section Winter is based around the sustained firepower of the Bren light machine gun, the other infantrymen carrying extra Bren magazines in addition to their own weapons. Protected from the...
Dad's Army Home Guard PlatoonAdd to Wish List
During the dark days of 1940, Britain was under dire threat of Nazi invasion. A massive citizen army, the Local Defence Volunteers, was raised to defend their families and homes. Although armed with old or ad hoc weapons and equipment the Home Guard, as...
Dad's Army - Walmington-on-Sea Local Defence VolunteersAdd to Wish List
Contains Dad's Army figures in Home Guard attire. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
British Snipers in Ghillie suitsAdd to Wish List
Snipers were armed with a SMLE No.4 Rifle equipped with a No.32 Mk.1 telescopic sight. The team carried fifty rounds of ammunition, five tracer rounds and five armour-piercing rounds. Two No.36 Mills bombs or two No.77 smoke grenades were also...
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 blacker bombard (spigot mortar)Add to Wish List
Lieutenant Colonel Stewart Blacker was a retired Indian Army officer who dabbled in weapon research, especially in attempts to create an anti-tank weapon based around the spigot mortar concept: a barrel-less device that uses a steel rod – the spigot...
British Northover ProjectorAdd to Wish List
The last black powder weapon ever issued to the British Army, the Northover Projector was a 1940 improvised antitank weapon specifically designed for the Home Guard. It was the brainchild of Major RH Northover, a Home Guard officer. Another smooth...
British Army 17 pdr anti-tank gunAdd to Wish List
Initially developed to overcome the more heavily German tanks encountered by the British during the North African campaign, the 17-pdr was used from 1942 onwards throughout Europe and in Africa. It was the most formidable anti-tank gun developed by the...