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  • Opel Blitz/Maultier

    Scale: 28mm - 1/56th
    1 Vehicle
    11 Crew
    Plastic
    Requires Assembly
    This product is supplied unassembled and unpainted. Glue and paints not included.

    Description

    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 Opel Blitz came as a Type S 2 wheel drive and a Type A or "Allrad" that had a 4 x 4 chassis, enabling it to cope with most conditions and provided a superb structure on which were built such conversions as a radio truck (a metal and wood superstructure on the rear that housed radio equipment), Kfz. 385 Tankwagon (a specialized fuel tanker conversion), plus a variety of local workshop produced anti aircraft weapon platforms - mounting everything from the standard Wehrmacht 20mm & 37mm AA to the more feared Quad 20mm Flakvierling 38 AA gun.

    Perhaps a more famous adaptation was the Opel Maultier "Mule" half-track. Introduced in 1941 following the dire Rasputitsa conditions of the Eastern Front that had brought the entire army to a stand still. This conversion, utilizing the track system of the obsolete Panzer I, gave the German army a very competent all purpose mover and it would see action through out the rest of the war.

    The new Warlord Games plastic kit features crisp detail in an easy to build format and allows you to build either the standard Opel Blitz truck with canopy up (open or closed at the rear) or down, or the enigmatic Maultier variant. Plus you'll find all those cool extras, such as data cards and vehicle damage markers, to help field either vehicle on your Bolt Action battlefield!

    Don't forget that you will also have a full-colour building guide and waterslide decals to build either variant!

    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    402012018
    £16.20
    £18.00 save 10%
  • KV1/2 Plastic Box Set

    Scale: 28mm - 1/56th
    8 Infantry
    1 Vehicle
    Plastic
    Requires Assembly
    This product is supplied unassembled and unpainted. Glue and paints not included.

    Description

    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 waterslide decals to allow you to put the finishing touches on your tank.
    A squad of 8 infantry that double-up as tank riders!
    A blast, smoke and fire marker to allow that cinematic touch.
    A stat card for either tank which holds all the information you need for your Bolt Action battles.
    The KV-1 Heavy Tank

    The KV-1 is a huge monster of a vehicle weighing at 45 tonnes it was one of Russia's first heavy breed of tanks used within the second world war, it was famed for it's near impregnability. The German anti-tank weaponry of the time had nearly no way of penetrating its armour, only the lack of training and manoeuvrability allowing it to fall foul of superior German tactics.

    Their size allowed KV-1s to literally crush anything beneath its giant treads, firing lines and encampments were abandoned on the sheer sight of it. The 76.2mm cannon still punched through any of the current German armour, so during 1941, it was nigh-unstoppable.

    The KV-1 set the example of how a heavy tank could or should be, nearly indestructible and to cause terror in their enemy. Over the following years it did fall out of favour, but it was used as the base for the next generation of heavy tanks.
    402014001
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • German Heer Pak 43 Anti-Tank Gun

    Description

    The Pak 43 was the most formidable German anti-tank gun used in significant numbers during the war and one of the most dreaded weapons to be found on the battlefield. This was a version of the same high-velocity 88mm gun that equipped the Tiger II, and it was easily capable of penetrating and destroying even the most heavily armoured Allied tanks, including such monsters as the Soviet IS-II.

    It was a very heavy weapon and early versions were fixed to a stable cruciform mount much like the Flak version of the weapon. However, by the late war, this had been augmented by a split-trail wheeled carriage – a version known as the ‘barn door’ from the appearance of the gun’s large, flat gun shield.

    This stunning 28 mm model contains all the parts required to build 1 metal Pak 43 anti-tank gun with its 5 man crew, plus its Bolt Action data card (base not included).
    402212008
    £17.10
    £19.00 save 10%
  • Hungarian Army Honved Division Section

    Scale: 28mm - 1/56th
    10 Infantry (Metal). Requires Assembly.
    This product is supplied unassembled and unpainted. Glue and paints not included.

    Description

    Although the majority of infantry forces fielded by the Royal Hungarian Army in 1944–45 were not combat hardened, there were some experienced units after 3 years of fighting on the Eastern Front. Infantry Divisions of the Hungarian First Army had recently fought in the defence of Galicia in early 1944, and would put their experience to good use, like the 25th Division at the Battle of Tordá and the 10th Division inside the Budapest pocket.

    A Hungarian rifle platoon was not as well trained in infantry tactics as their German comrades, nor did it possess their firepower. Although, with 3 sections of 13 men the Magyars did have an advantage in manpower, and the issuing of modern panzerfausts gave them a chance against Soviet tanks that their countrymen on the Don River in 1942 did not.
    402217401
    £13.50
    £15.00 save 10%
  • Hungarian Parachute Assault Section

    Scale: 28mm - 1/56th
    10 Infantry
    Metal
    Requires Assembly
    This product is supplied unassembled and unpainted. Glue and paints not included.

    Description

    The 1st Hungarian Parachute Battalion was formed in 1940 with transportation provided by the national airline Mágyar Légiforgalmi R.t. They saw their first combat experience against Yugoslavia in 1941 where they captured the Franz Josef Canal after some initial mishaps. The paratroopers did not see combat again until the 19 December 1944 when, as part of the elite Szent László Division, they were deployed as emergency troops to plug gaps in the Budapest defence rings. The Regiment suffered heavy losses but was praised in German Army despatches for its aggressive fighting spirit against overwhelming Soviet attacks.

    Even after the fall of Budapest the paratroopers, who were then incorporated into the elite Szent László Division, fought the Soviets all the way into Austria as they were pushed back, eventually surrendering to the Americans.
    402217406
    £13.50
    £15.00 save 10%
  • Hungarian Army Support Group

    Scale: 28mm - 1/56th
    4 Infantry
    2 Artillery Pieces/War Machines
    6 Crew
    Metal
    Requires Assembly
    This product is supplied unassembled and unpainted. Glue and paints not included.

    Description

    Available in this neat box set, the Hungarian Army Support Group - grab yourself the new Hungarian HQ, Medium Machine Gun and Medium Mortar!

    Hungarian Army HQ

    Since 1872, the Ludovica Military Academy had been turning out competent and efficient officers and graduated the majority of officers for the Hungarian Army. A core of competent and educated officers struggled to handle the large expansion of the Hungarian Army to meet the needs of the Eastern Front. The Hungarians enjoyed a professional and experienced core of staff officers.

    Hungarian Army Medium Machine Gun Team

    The Schwarzlose 7/31M machine gun was used extensively in World War I and put to use right away in the new conflict.

    Hungarian Army Medium Mortar Team

    Like virtually all nations, the Hungarians adopted a medium mortar based on the French Brandt 81.4mm. The 36/39M was common throughout the Hungarian Defence Force and employed modern shaped charges to good effect.
    402217407
    £16.20
    £18.00 save 10%
  • 39M Csaba Armoured Car

    Scale: 28mm - 1/56th
    1 Vehicle
    Metal Resin
    Requires Assembly
    This product is supplied unassembled and unpainted. Glue and paints not included.

    Description

    Named after a famous son of Attila, king of the Huns, the Csaba 39M was produced in Hungary based on designs by Nicholas Straussler, a Hungarian designer living and working in Great Britain between the wars. Its principal service was 1939–44 and 101 were manufactured.
    402417401
    £17.10
    £19.00 save 10%
  • Ancient Greek Hoplites

    Ancient Greek Hoplites
    WGH-GR-02
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%