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...
£20.00
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Armadillo MkIII
£25.00
Armadillo MkIII
Armadillos were improvised armoured self-propelled guns based on any available lorry chassis for airfield defence. The ‘armour’ consisted of wood and/or steel plates lined with gravel. The Mark I and II were armed with two Lewis Guns mounted in an...
£25.00
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BEF 3" medium mortar (1939-40)
Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£8.00
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British blacker bombard (spigot mortar)
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...
£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...
£13.00
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British LDV section
£18.00
British LDV section
On 14 May 1940, Britain’s Secretary of State for War Anthony Eden made a broadcast calling for men between the ages of 17 and 65 to enrol in a new force, the Local Defence Volunteers (LDV) to defend the country...
£18.00
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British Northover Projector
£13.00
British Northover Projector
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...
£13.00
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British Snipers in Ghillie suits
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...
£4.00
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Guy Ant Truck
£17.00
Guy Ant Truck
15CWT TRUCKS These smaller trucks are the equivalent size to a US ¾-ton vehicle and they perform the same kind of roles as weapons carriers and general-purpose utility vehicles. The Guy Ant, Morris CS8 and its replacement the C4 are...
£17.00
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