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18/25pdr Gun Limber and Guy Ant truck tow (BEF)Add to Wish List
18/25pdr Gun and Limber - 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...
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 Early Tank Attack Force (MkVI & A10)Add to Wish List
Fighting for peace in Europe, Britain stands tall against the imposing German threat. Fighting alongside the French, Polish and Belgians, the British Expeditionary Force leads the charge. Utilise British tanks like the Vickers VIC and the A10 Cruiser to stop...
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 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...