Pike & Shotte Ordnance Battery
It was a rare thing for a general in the 17th Century to take to the field without an artillery train to intimidate and pulverise the enemy lines. These cannon and mortars were terrifying weapons, belching smoke and flames with...
£45.00
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American Civil War Artillery 1861-65
The set contains 3 guns, 3 limbers and 18 crew plus bases. There are 4 gun barrels for each gun; Napoleon 12pdr, 3 inch Ordnance Rifle, 10 pdr Parrott and 12 pdr Howitzer. All the crew are multipose with many...
£20.00
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Pike & Shotte Mortar
There were few more terrifying weapons in the 17th Century than the fearsome blast of the mortar bomb. Employed largely at sieges, mortars spat their fizzing, hissing shells high into the air clearing the tallest walls or towers to crash...
£15.00
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Saker Cannon
The Saker was the mainstay of the artillery park. Large and fearsome enough to pound the enemy in the field and also manageable (just!) so that it could arrive on the battlefield. We forget today that 350 years ago in...
£15.00
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Scots Saker Cannon
Due to popular demand we've spliced together the Scottish crew from our great little Frame Gun and the  Saker cannon to give you a Scottish Saker! The Saker was the mainstay of the artillery park. Large and fearsome enough to...
£15.00
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Pike & Shotte light gun
Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3 metal crew figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£12.00
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Scots Multi-barrelled Frame Gun
Scotland might not have been one of the richest lands in Europe, but when its well organised army marched to war, it went well equipped with artillery in quantity and in many forms. The Frame gun was a Scots favourite....
£10.00
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Demi-culverin cannon
Add more devastating firepower to your Pike & Shotte army with this menacing Demi-culverin. This new gun and crew are ideals for sieges or simply breaking up your opponents battleline. Pack contains 4 metal figures & 1 metal gun Note:...
£15.00
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Swedish Leather Gun
The leather cannon, or leather gun, was designed from the desire to build a light and cost effective weapon that would help fill the gap between the portable musket an the more static heavy cannons in use at the time....
£12.00
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Marlborough's Wars: Artillery battery
The effective use of Artillery during this period was still in its infancy. Most guns were heavy and cumbersome, and once deployed usually did not move again during the battle. Trained artillery men were also rare, with soldiers from the...
£20.00
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Field Artillery and Army Commanders
In Europe, massed artillery was beginning to be a regular feature on the battlefield, and came at times to dominate the field. This was much less the case in America for various reasons, such as cost, availability and terrain to...
£20.00
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Napoleonic British Rocket Bombarding Frame
Rockets were used by the Royal Marines and the Royal Artillery extensively during the War of 1812 campaigns of 1814; the Battle of Lundy's Lane, the Plattsburg campaign, the Chesapeake campaign battles of Bladensburg and North Point and lastly, the...
£15.00
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Napoleonic French Imperial Guard Foot Artillery firing howitzer
The Howitzer was the go to gun ideally used break open formations and fortified locations prior to and in support of an attack. Contains 1 Metal Howitzer and 4 crew in firing positions. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£12.00
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Napoleonic French Imperial Guard Foot Artillery laying 6-pdr
The 6-pounder became the standard gun for light artillery batteries from 1805, and was used to deadly effect by their very capable crews. Stout and resolute, the gunners would fight ferociously if their precious guns were threatened. Contains 1 Metal...
£12.00
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Napoleonic French Imperial Guard Foot Artillery firing 6-pdr
The 6-pounder became the standard gun for light artillery batteries from 1805, and was used to deadly effect by their very capable crews. Stout and resolute, the gunners would fight ferociously if their precious guns were threatened. Contains 1 Metal...
£12.00
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Napoleonic French Imperial Guard Foot Artillery laying 12-pdr
The 12-pounder was the heavy gun, ideally used offensively to break open formations as a prelude to foot attack, and was used to deadly effect by their very capable crews. Stout and resolute, the gunners would fight ferociously if their precious...
£12.00
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Napoleonic French Imperial Guard Foot Artillery firing 12-pdr
The 12-pounder was the heavy gun, ideally used offensively to break open formations as a prelude to foot attack, and was used to deadly effect by their very capable crews. Stout and resolute, the gunners would fight ferociously if their precious...
£12.00
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Napoleonic Russian 6 pdr cannon 1809-1815 with crew running back
The Russian Napoleonic army underwent massive organisational changes in 1805, and the revamping of the artillery arm was a vital part of this as it was considered the most important branch of the Russian army at the time. Count ArakcheyevǃÙs...
£12.00
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Napoleonic Russian 6 pdr cannon 1809-1815 with crew firing
The Russian Napoleonic army underwent massive organisational changes in 1805, and the revamping of the artillery arm was a vital part of this as it was considered the most important branch of the Russian army at the time. Count ArakcheyevǃÙs...
£12.00
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Napoleonic Russian 12 pdr cannon 1809-1815 with crew running back
The Russian Napoleonic army underwent massive organisational changes in 1805, and the revamping of the artillery arm was a vital part of this as it was considered the most important branch of the Russian army at the time. Count ArakcheyevǃÙs...
£12.00
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Napoleonic Russian 12 pdr cannon 1809-1815 with crew firing
The Russian Napoleonic army underwent massive organisational changes in 1805, and the revamping of the artillery arm was a vital part of this as it was considered the most important branch of the Russian army at the time. Count ArakcheyevǃÙs...
£12.00
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Napoleonic Russian 10-pdr Licorne howitzer 1809-1815 with crew running back
Currently Unavailable Last Chance! This item is scheduled to undergo maintenance and is due to be removed from sale no later than Early March 2019 To be informed when they return please put your email into the 'Back in stock...
£12.00
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Napoleonic Russian 10-pdr Licorne howitzer 1809-1815 with crew firing
The Russian Napoleonic army underwent massive organisational changes in 1805, and the revamping of the artillery arm was a vital part of this as it was considered the most important branch of the Russian army at the time. Count Arakcheyev's...
£12.00
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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...
£13.00
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