Bolt Action 2nd Edition Rulebook
The 2nd edition offers the same fantastic World War II gameplay with its exciting order dice system and mixed armies of infantry, tanks and artillery. Key New Features Officers activate other units! Used cleverly, this creates a huge tactical shift as you can...
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Early War British Paint Set
We at Warlord have put our heads together and sorted out the colours that we use to paint models, saving you the time looking through paint codes and giving you more time actually putting paint to model.  Fantastic chaps the...
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British Expeditionary Force
The British Expeditionary Corps was an army of nearly a third of a million troops which Great Britain sent to France to try to resist inevitable German aggression. Allied with Belgian and French forces, its ten infantry divisions were supported...
£29.50
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BEF Command
Pack contains 4 metal foot figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£7.00
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BEF Infantry Section
This box set contains a metal 10-man section: NCO with rifle 2-men Bren gun LMG team 7 riflemen The British Expeditionary Force was an army of nearly a third of a million troops sent out to France to try to...
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Dad's Army Home Guard Platoon
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...
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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...
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British Infantry on bicycles
Strange (even ludicrous!) as it may seem the humble bike can give you a tremendous edge in a battle! Even to have a few men able to move rapidly from one threatened area to another can make a big difference....
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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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BEF anti-tank rifle and 2" light mortar teams
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...
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BEF Vickers MMG team
Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3 metal foot figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£8.00
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BEF 3" medium mortar (1939-40)
Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£8.00
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BEF 2 pounder anti-tank gun
 An Early War British 2 pounder Anti-Tank Gun with three crew. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£13.00
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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...
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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...
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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...
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The Great Panjandrum
The Panjandrum was actually developed in 1943 and was intended as a beach invasion device to be used for Allied landings on the European continent. However, it has become associated with the Home Guard through an episode of Dad’s Army...
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British Army FOO team
FOOs were assigned to a company or squadron of a battalion or regiment that their battery was supporting. In the British artillery system FOOs were always authorised to order fire commands to their own troop or battery, based on their...
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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...
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18/25pdr Gun Limber and Guy Ant truck tow (BEF)
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...
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British Oerlikon light anti-tank gun (1939-40)
Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3 metal crew figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£7.00
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Carden Loyd MMG carrier
One of the most important designs in the history of tank development, the Carden Loyd tankette inspired a huge number of similar vehicles worldwide, including the Panzer I and Russian T-27. Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle Note: Models...
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Armadillo MkIII
£25.00 £22.50
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...
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Vickers Light Tank Mk VIB
The Mk VI was produced from 1936 to 1940 with approximately 1,000 Mark VI tanks having been built. The VIb  was mechanically identical to the VIa but with differences to make manufacture easier. It was armed with .303 and .50 Vickers Machine...
£18.00
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Vickers Light Tank Mk VIB (Western Desert)
Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle and 1 random crewman. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£18.00
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Vickers Light Tank Mk VIC
The Mk VI was produced from 1936 to 1940 with approximately 1,000 Mark VI tanks having been built. The VIc  was mechanically identical to the VIb but its .303 and .50 Vickers machine guns were replaced with 15mm and 7.92mm...
£18.00
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Vickers Light Tank Mk VIC (Western Desert)
Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle and 1 random crewman. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£18.00
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Valentine II infantry tank
Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£22.00
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A9 Cruiser tank Mk I
£24.00 £21.60
A9 Cruiser tank Mk I
The A9 Cruiser, MK I was an effective tank in the North African campaigns, it's 2 pdr gun was lethal against the early Italian tanks it encountered during the North African campaign and could also hold its own against Rommel's...
£24.00 £21.60
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A10 Cruiser tank Mk II
Pack contains one metal and resin tank plus metal crew figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£24.00
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