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King Tiger (Porsche Turret)Add to Wish List
The Königstiger (officially named the Panzerkampfwagen Tiger Ausf. B), known as the 'King Tiger' or 'Royal Tiger' by the Allies, was a development of the famous Tiger I tank. It's introduction to hostilities in 1944 caused significant problems for the...
KV1/2 Plastic Box SetAdd to Wish List
The KV1/2 plastic box is absolutely crammed packed with the might of mother Russia: Enough plastic components to create one tank body and both complete turret variants (KV-1 turret and KV-2 turret)! A detailed construction booklet. A set of full-colour...
Marder IIIAdd to Wish List
Marrying the obsolete but reliable chassis of the Czech-built Pz 38(t) tank and the captured Soviet 76.2mm PaK 36(r) L/51 anti-tank gun, the Marder (Marten) provided the Wehrmacht with a potent self-propelled gun. These captured Soviet weapons were rechambered to...
Panther (Ersatz M10)Add to Wish List
It’s the 5th December1944 and SS-Obersturmbannführer (lieutenant Colonel) Otto Skorzeny desperately tries to gather men and equipment for the offensive due to start just a few days later. Skorzeny was famous for his daring rescue of Mussolini and perhaps more...
Panzer VIII Maus super-heavy TankAdd to Wish List
Read on for full Bolt Action rules: One of the most enigmatic armoured fighting vehicles of the Second World War... The subject has the fairly innocuous designation VK100.01 Porsche Type 205 yet to any serious student of WW2 AFVs this subject...
Panzerkampfwagen 35R 731(f) mit T-26 TurmAdd to Wish List
After the fall of France, the Wehrmacht found themselves with hundreds of Renault R35 light tanks - a tough if flawed design. Many of these would be used on the Eastern Front to supplement existing stocks of Panzer IIIs and Panzer IVs....