Sd.Kfz 250 (Alte) Three Variant Bundle
Get a trio of the brand new plastic Sd.Kfz 250/1 boxed set, so you’re not limited to building just one of the variants offered by the kit! The Sd.Kfz 250/1 was a reconnaissance and transport half-track mainly used by scout...
£55.00
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Sd.Kfz 250 (Alte) Half-Track (Options For 250/1, 250/9 & 250/11 Variants)
The Sd.Kfz 250/1 was a reconnaissance and transport half-track mainly used by scout and HQ units. The vehicle was a shortened version of the ubiquitous Sd.Kfz 251 Hanomag series and much like its longer cousin there were many variants fulfilling...
£21.00
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Speciality Opel Blitz/Maultier Bundle
The wheeled Opel Blitz and the half-tracked Maultier version were amongst the most iconic and versatile German wartime vehicles. The truck fulfilled a number of roles with several variants. Whether your army is launching the Blitzkrieg into Poland, France and...
£70.00
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Opel Blitz/Maultier Radio Truck
The wheeled Opel Blitz and the half-tracked Maultier version were amongst the most iconic and versatile German wartime vehicles. The truck fulfilled many roles with over a hundred variants being produced, such as this radio truck which could operate as...
£24.00
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Opel Blitz Fuel Bowser
£24.00
Opel Blitz Fuel Bowser
The wheeled Opel Blitz and the half-tracked Maultier version were amongst the most iconic and versatile German wartime vehicles with over 100 variants being produced such as this fuel bowser to keep your armoured columns moving or refuel the Luftwaffe....
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Opel Blitz/Maultier Ambulance
The wheeled Opel Blitz and the half-tracked Maultier version were amongst the most iconic and versatile German wartime vehicles. The truck fulfilled a number of roles with several variants, such as this field ambulance. Whether your army is launching the...
£24.00
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Panzer IV Ausf D
£28.50
Panzer IV Ausf D
The Panzer IV was also developed before the start of the war, as a 20 tonne chassis to carry a 75mm howitzer for close infantry support. It was the largest German tank at the onset of war, and the earliest...
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Digital Battle of France PDF
£15.99
Digital Battle of France PDF
The Battle of France saw German forces sweep across the Low Countries and towards Paris, crushing Allied resistance in just six weeks. From Fall Gelb and the British withdrawal from Dunkirk to the decisive Fall Rot, this new supplement for...
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Blitzkrieg German support group
Blitzkrieg HQ German officers were capable and often experienced leaders. Junior officers were trained to undertake the role of their own immediate superiors, enabling them to use their initiative to take control of situations when necessary. Blitzkrieg Medium Machine Gun...
£28.00
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Blitzkrieg German Pak 38 5cm anti-tank gun (1941-42)
First issued in 1940, the Pak 38 was a good weapon in its day, with a 50mm calibre and tungsten cored ammunition. During the invasion of Russia it was one of the few German tank guns capable of piercing the...
£18.00
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Blitzkrieg German Kradschutzen Motorcycle (1939-1942)
Kradschützen, or motorcycle troops, were a common part of German Panzer Divisions until 1942, by which time they had largely been replaced by Panzer grenadiers mounted in armoured carriers. Their manpower was often recruited from former cavalry units. Although transported...
£9.75
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Blitzkrieg German medium mortar team (1939-42)
The standard German medium mortar of the war was the 80mm Granatwerfer 34. It was a very effective and accurate weapon that could provide longer range, on-call fire support. It had a maximum range of 2,400 metres and could maintain...
£11.00
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Blitzkrieg German MG34 MMG team (1939-42)
The Germans were equipped with two excellent machine guns in the MG34 and rapid-firing MG42 – known to Allied troops as ‘Hitler’s Buzz Saw’ because of its distinctive noise, or ‘Spandau’ because of where it was manufactured, which was erroneous...
£11.00
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Blitzkrieg German Panzer Crew (1939-42)
Contains: 3 metal tank crew figures Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£5.50
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Blitzkrieg German HQ (1939-42)
German officers were capable and often experienced leaders. In the German army junior officers were trained to undertake the role of their own immediate superiors, enabling them to use their initiative to take control of situations when necessary. An officer...
£8.50
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Blitzkrieg German Kradschutzen Motorcycle combination (1939-1942)
Kradschützen, or motorcycle troops, were a common part of German Panzer Divisions until 1942, by which time they had largely been replaced by Panzer grenadiers mounted in armoured carriers. Their manpower was often recruited from former cavalry units. Although transported...
£14.00
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Blitzkrieg German leFH 18 10.5cm medium artillery (1939-42)
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...
£23.00
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Blitzkrieg German anti-tank rifle team (1939-42)
As in the case of many other weapons, the German Army pioneered the use of anti-tank rifles. It was a simple, functional design, firing a single tungsten-core ‘bullet’ at over 1000 metres per second. Unfortunately tank armour was also increasing,...
£5.50
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Blitzkrieg German LMG teams (1939-42)
The physical weapon used by the German army in the light machine gun and medium machine gun role was actually the same – most commonly the MG34 (augmented by captured foreign weapons) or later, the MG42. To utilise these weapons...
£8.50
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Bolt Action Campaign Sea Lion and Gigant PDFs
Invade the British Isles with the complete Operation Sea Lion and Operation Gigant campaign PDF bundle. First, lead a wave of assault boats across the channel with the fantastic Operation Sea Lion book, covering the desperate defence of the south...
£18.95
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Bolt Action Campaign: Battle of France
The Battle of France saw German forces sweep across the Low Countries and towards Paris, crushing Allied resistance in just six weeks. From Fall Gelb and the British withdrawal from Dunkirk to the decisive Fall Rot, this new supplement for...
£20.00
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Sd.Kfz 251 C Hanomag
£20.00
Sd.Kfz 251 C Hanomag
Containing a single Sd.KLfz 251/1 ausf C half-track, more popularly known as a 'Hanomag', this easy to build, yet remarkably detailed, plastic boxed set gives your Landsers mobility, a degree of protection and the supporting firepower of their MGs for...
£20.00
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Opel Blitz/Maultier
£21.00
Opel Blitz/Maultier
Includes: Components to make 1 Opel Blitz, or Maultier variant, model. Complete, full colour - building & painting guide. Plastic Seated Infantry Waterslide Decals Clear acetate template for windscreen and side windows Play data cards Smoke & damage markers The...
£21.00
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German Pioniers
£41.00
German Pioniers
Germany Assault Pioniers were skilled at building all manner of fortifications, communications lines, tank traps and minefields. In addition to building useful structures, they were adept at the destruction of similar enemy positions, blowing railway lines and making roads unsafe...
£41.00
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Sd.Kfz 222
£25.00
Sd.Kfz 222
The Sd.Kfz 222 Armoured Car was used a an armoured Scout vehicle issued to the Panzersphwagen squadrons of the Aufklrungs battalions. It operated well throughout the conflict and on most theatres. Its 4 wheels drive gave it some versatility but...
£25.00
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German Feldgendarme motorcycle team
The German Feldgendarmerie force had its origins in the 19th century, with most German states forming military units for policing duties. This was continued by the Imperial German Army during World War I when a large force was formed for...
£14.00
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Blitzkrieg German Pak 36 anti-tank gun
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...
£18.00
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Blitzkrieg German 2cm Flak 38
The 2cm Flak 38 anti-aircraft guns were employed by most arms of the German military during World War II following its acceptance into service in 1939. The primary German light anti-aircraft gun at the time, it was by far the...
£18.00
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Blitzkrieg German Pak 36 anti-tank gun with stielgranate
In order to extend its usefulness the Stielgranate 41 hollow-charge ammunition round was developed. This large, fin-stabilised shell fitted over the end of the barrel, but did not have a very long range. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£18.00
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Early War Waffen-SS squad (1939-1942)
As Hitler's military machine unleashed their devastating assault on Poland in 1939, the SS were still in the process of transitioning from political to military organisation, becoming the Waffen-SS (armed SS) and the military wing of the Nazi party. This...
£25.00
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