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Free with the November issue of Wargames Illustrated magazine. One plastic frame of Bolt Action US Marines! Full Contents: QUICK FIRE! Our readers take aim and fire in posts about their current hobby projects. OBSERVATION POST From the Dark Ages to World War III, we look at some recent releases...
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Free with the November issue of Wargames Illustrated magazine. One plastic frame of Bolt Action US Marines!

Full Contents:

QUICK FIRE!

Our readers take aim and fire in posts about their current hobby projects.

OBSERVATION POST

From the Dark Ages to World War III, we look at some recent releases in the wargaming world.

FULL PAPER JACKET

Your monthly book preview Column.

IN AT THE DEEP END. INTRODUCING ‘HIT THE BEACH’

Regular contributor and amphibious enthusiast Pete Brown introduces this month’s ‘Hit the Beach’ theme, taking a deep dive into the ocean of wargaming possibilities.

DESIGNER’S NOTES: LION RAMPANT: THE CRUSADER STATES

Co -author of the new Lion Rampant expansion supplement The Crusader States Dr Gianluca Raccagni gives us his Designer’s Notes on the latest edition to the Rampant stable.

INVASION SUSSEX!

Games Designer Dan Mersey introduces us to some early Saxon battles that begin with beach hitting action on the south coast of England.

BILLHOOKS FIELD DEFENCES AND STAKES

Last month our in-house model-making maestro James created movement trays for his Bows and Bills. This time round he is making field defences and stakes, adding flexibility and defensive potential to his Never Mind the Billhooks army.

WHAT A CORKER! MARLBOROUGH’S IRISH INVASION 1690

Barry Hilton provides the words and (glorious!) pictures for this ‘Hit the Beach’ article in which Chrurchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough leads his forces into Ireland.

WARGAMING CRÉCY

Simon Macdowall tackles one of the most famous battles of the Hundred Years War and throws in a bit of Billhooks and Zoom along the way.

THE BRITISH INVASION OF EGYPT 1801

The beach landing at Abu Qir Bay led to the defeat of the French in Egypt - an important but not widely known action within the Napoleonic period. That relative obscurity didn’t stop Alan Perry designing an entire range, including a flat boat and crew, to recreate its beach landing!

HOW TO BUILD AN AFGHAN GATEHOUSE AND WALL

When both Wargames Atlantic and Perry Miniatures announced plans to produce some plastic NW Frontier Afghan figures, Paul Davies decided to create his next ‘How to…’ on a similar theme; in this case a gateway and walls which could be used as the starting point for a fort or even a walled town or city. The Kabuli Gate at Fort Rohtas in the Pakistani province of Punjab provided his inspiration.

SCENARIO 20.5: ANGUAR ISLAND AMPHIBIOUS INFANTRY, 1944

Our pals at Warlord Games have provided us with an unused scenario from their latest Bolt Action book Campaign Mariana & Palau Islands. There’s also a new special rule for a Preliminary Airstrike!

HOW TO BUILD AN IRISH ROUND TOWER

Pringles tubes were recently nominated as the most un-environmentally friendly food packaging, basically because they are unrecyclable, but clearly the people who shamed Pringles didn’t account for turning an empty tube into a model of an Irish Round Tower! Glenn Clarke show us how….

HIT THE BEACH (MAT)

If you want your wargames figures to go hitting the beach, you are going to need some to beach to hit - we look at the ready-made options available.

LITTLE BIG HORN. FROM BOARD TO BATTLEMAT

John Hart takes a trip down Memory Lane, turning a much-loved childhood boardgame into a retro wargame.

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