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Polish Army 100mm medium artilleryAdd to Wish List
At the outbreak of World War Two, Poland possessed many artillery weapons that had been developed many years before. They would be called upon to break apart the encroaching German formations and attempt to slow the aggressors. One of these...
SPQR: Dacia & Sarmatia - Dacian Scorpio teamAdd to Wish List
Once close allies of Rome, Dacia was the recipient of money and weapons, including the lethal Scorpio. Suitably reinforced, Dacian strongholds and villages became a lot tougher for Romans to assault when shot at by their own mightiest weapons. A...
Waterloo - Black Powder 2nd edition Starter Set (German Edition)Add to Wish List
An einem feuchten, bewölkten Sonntag im Juni 1815, kamen die zwanzig Jahre kontinuierlicher Kriegsführung der napoleonischen Kriege zu einem epischen und verlustreichen Abschluss, auf einem regennassen Feld in Belgien. Diese Kriege waren in der Tat eine weltweite Angelegenheit, in der...
Afrika Korps LeFH 18 10.5cm medium artilleryAdd to Wish List
105mm calibre and larger howitzers were employed at the divisional level. These long-ranged, heavy-hitting, weapons could sometimes be overrun and in bolt action provide a fearsome objective to take on for both men and machines. Note: Models supplied unassembled and...
Afrika Korps 2cm Flak 38Add to Wish List
Designed to engage enemy aircraft, many automatic cannons saw ample use against other type of targets. Their high-velocity shots were lethal against enemy lightly armoured or soft-skinned vehicles, not to mention against infantry. The standard light anti-aircraft weapon of the...
Waterloo - Black Powder 2nd edition Starter SetAdd to Wish List
On a damp, overcast Sunday in June 1815, twenty years of continuous warfare the Napoleonic Wars came to a violent and bloody conclusion on a rain-soaked field in Belgium. These wars were truly a world affair, with European powers fighting...
Blitzkrieg German sIG33 15cm howitzer (1939-42)Add to Wish List
The Germans employed a variety of heavy field guns, mostly of 150mm calibre, including the Feldhaubitze 18 or FH 18, which formed the standard divisional heavy artillery. The same weapon was used in the Hummel self-propelled gun. Of course, these...
Blitzkrieg German leFH 18 10.5cm medium artillery (1939-42)Add to Wish List
The Germans employed howitzers of 105mm calibre and larger at divisional level. These long-ranged weapons would be unlikely to see action in the kind of fire fights portrayed in the Bolt Action game, unless of course they were to be...
Napoleonic Portuguese Foot Artillery with howitzerAdd to Wish List
Contains 1 gun and four metal figures. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Napoleonic Portuguese ArmyAdd to Wish List
An essential part of Wellington’s forces and England's oldest ally the Portuguese, under their Commander-in-Chief William Carr Beresford, were of a quality and same level of training as that of their fellow British soldier. In Black Powder terms, this means...
Australian 2-pdr light anti-tank gun (Pacific)Add to Wish List
At the outbreak of war, the QF 2-pdr was the standard anti-tank gun of the British Army. It was an adequate weapon for the time, being slightly more effective in terms of armour penetration then the contemporary German 37mm PaK...
Australian 6-pdr anti-tank gun (Pacific)Add to Wish List
The QF 6-pdr was the highly successful replacement for the 2-pdr, being copied by the Americans as the 57mm gun, M1. Its useful lifespan was extended by new developments in ammunition that improved its armour penetration capabilities allowing it to...
US Airborne 75mm light artillery (1944-45)Add to Wish List
Small Calibre field artillery was not widely used in American Army except by the Paratroopers and Marines. The pack Howitzer (75mm) could be easily moved and, after breaking it down into its component parts, could be dropped by parachute. Models...
Soviet ZIS-2 anti-tank gun (Winter)Add to Wish List
The 57mm ZiS-2 was developed before the war to give anti-tank artillery regiments a weapon capable of destroying heavily armoured tanks. It was a rapid-firing semi-automatic gun that could shoot up to 25 rounds a minute. ZiS-2 production was cancelled...
Waffen-SS LeIG 18 7.5cm light infantry gun (1943-45)Add to Wish List
Contains 1 metal gun and 3 crew Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Napoleonic French Imperial Guard Foot Artillery laying 6-pdrAdd to Wish List
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...
Blitzkrieg German Pak 36 anti-tank gunAdd to Wish List
The standard issue German anti-tank gun in 1939, it equipped the Panzerjäger battalions, Pak is short for Panzerwehrkanone - anti-tank gun, and 36 indicates the year the weapon was designed). It was arguably the best anti-tank gun in the world...