3" Mortar Carrier
The Bren (or more accurately ǃ_universalǃ_) carrier is possibly unique in all the armies of WW2. The Carrier, 3-inch Mortar was designed to enable the mortar to have 360 traverse and to be fired either from the vehicle, or dismounted. Contains: One...
£17.00
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40M Nimrod SPAA Gun
The Nimrod is a Hungarian self-propelled anti-aircraft gun based on the Swedish L-62 Anti II anti-aircraft gun. It was developed independently of the Swedish design, and utilised a new turret design. The chassis was an enlarged version of the Landsverk...
£24.00
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Archer SP 17 pdr
Contains 1 resin and metal vehicle Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£24.00
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Bedford OY SP 3-pdr
The Bedford OY was a militarised version of the Bedford O series lorry capable of carrying three tonnes. A Hotchkiss 3-pdr naval gun mounted in the rear on a pedestal turned it into a self-propelled gun. Cost: 52pts (inexperienced), 65pts...
£26.00
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Bishop SPG
£24.00
Bishop SPG
Contains 1 metal and resin vehicle Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£24.00
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BM-13 Katyusha rocket launcher
The Katyusha Zis-6 BM-13 Urss - based upon the rugged and widely used  Soviet Zis-6 truck chassis First seeing action in 1939, the Katyusha Rocket Launcher was a system for mounting platforms onto trucks, tanks, artillery tractors, armoured trains and...
£25.00
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British Home Defence Force
Tasked with defending Britain with everything it's got, the BEF uses the LDV and their ingenuity to help stave off the German onslaught. This Army contains: 1 x British Expeditionary Force 1 x BEF Infantry Section 1 x Royal Navy...
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ISU-152 Self-propelled Gun
Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£25.00
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Italian Semovente 75/18 assault gun
The Semovente 75/18 self-propelled gun brings some much needed armoured reinforcements to Italian forces. The Semovente was an Italian self-propelled gun, built by mounting the 75mm Obice da 75/18 modello 34 mountain gun on the chassis of a M13/40 or...
£20.00
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KV-2 heavy tank
The KV tanks were a series of heavy tanks, named after the Soviet defence commissar and politician Kliment Voroshilov. Known for their extremely heavy armour protection during the early part of the War, especially during the first year of the...
£23.00
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KV-85 heavy tank
Contains 1 resin and metal tank plus 1 metal crew figure. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£24.00
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MMG Carrier
Based on the classic British Universal Carrier Mk II, this vehicle mounts the ubiquitous Vickers Medium Machine gun which will give you all the mobile firepower your brave Tommies will need as they take the fight to Jerry.   Contains: One...
£17.00
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Soviet SU-76 Self-Propelled Gun
This small but powerful self propelled gun was produced in vast quantities by the Soviets in WW2. It used a tried and tested tank chassis with the excellent 76mm gun howitzer, enabling either high explosive bombardment or direct fire with...
£24.00
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Soviet ZIS-30 Tank Destroyer
In the desperate days of 1941, Komsomolets tractors were used as improvised tank destroyers, and around a hundred were converted to carry a ZiS-2 57mm anti-tank gun as the short-lived ZiS-30. Cost: 96pts (inexperienced), 120pts (Regular) Weapons: 1 forward-facing ZiS-2...
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SU-122M Assault Gun
This version of the Su122 was classified M. Unfortunately this version never saw battle and was still in production at the end of the war. Why not add it your Soviet tank forces and see what difference it could have...
£22.00
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SU-76M self-propelled gun (covered)
The SU-76 was based on the lengthened chassis of the T-70 light tank and featured a dual-purpose 76.2mm ZiS-3 field gun in an open superstructure. It was used as an assault gun, to provide ranged support (at maximum elevation it...
£24.00
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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...
£15.00
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Waffen SS Starter Army
Tough, lavishly equipped and politically indoctrinated, SS troops formed over 38 divisions and numerous other regimental and battalion-sized units, totalling nearly a million men under arms. Their armoured units won many plaudits for their actions, and although relationships between regular...
£90.00
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