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  • Churchill Tank Warlord Plastic

    The Churchill was one of the heaviest allied tanks of the war, best known for its heavy armour, large longitudinal chassis with all-around tracks with multiple bogies, and its use as the basis of many specialist vehicles. It will be no surprise to you to know that it was named after the Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, but you may not know that he had also been involved with the development of the tank as a weapon during the First World War. The Churchill MkVII first saw service in the Battle Of Normandy. It was sometimes known as the Heavy Churchill as it was wider than the previous models and had more armour.

    In this plastic kit from Warlord and Italari you'll get 7 turret variations allowing you to build the following marks:

    • MkIII - with 6pdr gun
    • MkIV - Cast turret with 6 pdr gun
    • MkV - Cast turret with 95m Howitzer
    • MkVI - Cast turret and Welded turret with 75mm gun
    • NA 75
    • AVRE (Armoured Vehicle Royal Engineers) with 290mm Petard Mortar (aka the flying dustbin!)
    402011002
    £20.00
     
  • German Puma SD KFZ 234/2 Armoured Car (Plastic)

    The Puma is, arguably, one of the best-looking armoured cars of WWII. A variant of the Sdkfz 234 it boasted a fully enclosed turret with a 5cm gun and thicker armour than other variants. Despite this additional armour the Puma was still capable of speeds greater than 50 miles per hour (that's 85km) and saw use as a scout vehicle from 1943 onwards on both Eastern and Western fronts, as even the thickened armour didn't offer much in the way of protection.

     

    The fully enclosed turret of the Puma variant had a KwK 30 50mm gun.

    This Warlord Games Bolt Action plastic box set contains 1 model complete with crew and decals

    402012009
    £18.00
     
  • M10 Wolverine Tank Destroyer

    M10 Wolverine Tank Destroyer M7 3-inch (76.2mm) anti-tank gun was a considerable improvement over the 75mm carried by the Sherman. The M10’s relatively thin 37mm of armour (and open-topped five-sided welded turret) on the other hand made it vulnerable to anti-tank weapons, so its main role became defensive, often firing from concealed positions.

    The M10 was also widely used by the British, who called it the Wolverine. As such this plastic set comes complete with choice of US or British crew plus extensive decal sheets to gear up your tank hunters for action!

    402013007
    £20.00
     
  • M8 Greyhound Armoured Car

    The M8 Armoured Car saw extensive service with the American army in Europe and the Far East. It also saw service with both British (who nicknamed it 'Greyhound' due to it's high speed) and Canadian armies - especially in the Italian theatre. Although thinly armoured the M8 was very fast and armed with a 37mm gun and co-axial .30 Cal MG. This popular armoured car was still in active service right up to 1995!

    Contains: One M8 armoured car (resin hull with metal wheels and turret).

    Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    WGB-AI-101
    £18.00
     
  • Bolt Action M5A1 Stuart light tank

    This Warlord Games Bolt Action Game Pack contains 1 resin & metal vehicle Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    WGB-AI-119
    £21.00
     
  • M3 Lee Medium Tank

    The first M3s were operational in late 1941 the U.S. Army needed a good tank and coupled with Great BritainǃÙs demand for a medium tank immediately, the Lee began production by late 1940. The tankǃÙs first actions during the war was during the North African Campaign in 1942. They continued to serve in North Africa until the end of that campaign during which time the M3 was generally appreciated for its mechanical reliability, good armour and heavy firepower. This Warlord Games Bolt Action Game Pack contains 1 resin & metal vehicle.

    WGB-AI-124
    £23.00
     
  • Plastic M4 Sherman Medium Tank

    The Sherman Tank was the main stay of the American army. The Break out from the Normandy beaches and the bocage could never been achieved without the armoured support. Although they had their weaknesses and were nicknamed ‘Ronsons’ by the Germans as they lit up every time; their impressive firepower and large production numbers enabled the Allies to over power the Germans. This Warlord Plastic kit contains one vehicle.

    WGB-AI-502
    £20.00
     
  • British Churchill MkVII

    The Churchill was one of the heaviest allied tanks of the war, best known for its heavy armour, large longitudinal chassis with all-around tracks with multiple bogies, and its use as the basis of many specialist vehicles. It will be no surprise to you to know that it was named after the Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, but you may not know that he had also been involved with the development of the tank as a weapon during the First World War. The Churchill MkVII first saw service in the Battle Of Normandy. It was sometimes known as the Heavy Churchill as it was wider than the previous models and had more armour.

    WGB-BI-111
    £25.00
     
  • British Sherman V Tank

    The most populous British Tank, the only downside to which was a high silhouette but made up by its reliablilty and ruggedness. It was armed with a 75mm gun and two .30 cal Machine Guns. It was supplied to Britain under the Lend-Lease programme by the Americans. Contains Resin vehicle, supplied unpainted and unassembled. Also contains one random British Tank Commander

    WGB-BI-115
    £23.00
     
  • British Sherman Firefly Vc Tank

    This is a variant of the American Sherman equipped with a powerful 17 pounder anti-tank gun. It soon became highly valued as the only British tank capable of defeating the Panther and Tiger tanks it faced in Normandy at standard combat ranges. In recognition of this, German tank and anti-tank gun crews were instructed to attack Fireflies first. Between 2100 and 2200 were manufactured before production wound down in 1945. This is the perfect British medicine to deal with the plethora of German tanks we've recently released! Also included is a tank commander. Contains a resin and metal vehicle, supplied unpainted and unassembled.

    WGB-BI-116
    £24.00
     
  • British Cromwell Cruiser Tank

    The most produced Cruiser tank of the European theatre! Armed with a potent 75mm gun and with good cross country performance this vehicle was more than a match for the venerable Panzer IV! Though sadly it was still outclassed by the German "Big Cats" Cromwells were used in the 7th armoured division and in the armoured recce regts of the Guards and 11th Armoured Divisions. Even the 6th Airborne armoured recce regt acquired about 8 Cromwells in Normandy and kept hold of them during the Winter fighting in "The Bulge".

    Normally a troop would comprise 3 Cromwells and a Firefly.

    The new kit includes an optional Culin Prong hedgerow cutter for those of you wanting to burst through the Normandy bocage! It also comes with a full-colour waterslide decal sheet with many options in terms of the formation you can build - British, Canadian and Polish units are included.

    WGB-BI-503
    £18.00
     
  • Sherman Firefly VC (Plastic)

    Sherman Firefly VC was the British invention that mounted the powerful 17 pdr anti-tank gun in a Sherman V. Our model is based on the later Sherman V and is now available in plastic to tear apart Panthers, Tigers et al at your command...

    This is a variant of the American Sherman equipped with a powerful 17 pounder anti-tank gun. It soon became highly valued as the only British tank capable of defeating the Panther and Tiger tanks it faced in Normandy at standard combat ranges. In recognition of this, German tank and anti-tank gun crews were instructed to attack Fireflies first. Between 2100 and 2200 were manufactured before production wound down in 1945.

    Often known as the 'Charlie' tanks in the field because of the 'c' denoting them as rearmed with the 17-pdr. There were enough of them by D-Day to issue 1 per troop, providing the British with a good answer to the threat of the German big tanks.

    The Firefly kit comes with its own sheet of waterslide decals with a variety of unit markings, tank names, and other identifying markings to give your model that additional touch of realism when it takes to the tabletop battlefield!

    WGB-BI-505
    £20.00