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  • Modern Australian Infantry (AUS01)

    Modern Australian Infantry. This Empress Miniatures Blister Pack contains 4 metal model miniatures with 4 separate heads.

    HK417 x 1

    F88 x 1

    F88/GL x 1

    7.62 Minimi x 1

    AUS01
    £8.00
     
  • Modern Australian Infantry (AUS02)

    Modern Australian Infantry. This Empress Miniatures Blister Pack contains 4 metal model miniatures with 4 separate heads.

    • HK417 x 1
    • F88 x 1
    • F88/GL x 1
    • 7.62 Minimi x 1
    AUS02
    £8.00
     
  • Modern Australian Infantry (AUS03)

    Modern Australian Infantry. This Empress Miniatures Blister Pack contains 4 metal model miniatures with 4 separate heads.

    • HK417 x 1
    • F88 x 1
    • F88/GL x 1
    • 7.62 Minimi x 1
    AUS03
    £8.00
     
  • Modern Australian Infantry (AUS04)

    Modern Australian Infantry. This Empress Miniatures Blister Pack contains 4 metal model miniatures with 4 separate heads.

    • HK417 x 1
    • F88 x 1
    • F88/GL x 1
    • 7.62 Minimi x 1
    AUS04
    £8.00
     
  • Modern Australian Infantry (AUS05)

    Modern Australian Infantry. This Empress Miniatures Blister Pack contains 4 metal model miniatures with 4 separate heads.

    • HK417 x 1
    • F88 x 1
    • F88/GL x 1
    • 7.62 Minimi x 1
    AUS05
    £8.00
     
  • Road to Baghdad Iraq 2003 Book

    Road to Baghdad, the first companion book for the new Osprey/AAG edition of Force on Force is available! Guarantee that you'll have the hottest modern miniatures game on the market in your hands by ordering your copy today!

    The Road to Baghdad gives Force on Force players all the information they need to re-fight the Allied invasion of Iraq in 2003. From small village actions to armored thrusts across the Tigris River, The Road to Baghdad offers a wealth of varied scenarios and mission objectives that will challenge the tactical abilities of newcomers and experienced wargamers alike. The book includes massive amounts of new information to expand Force on Force including; orders of battle for United States, United Kingdom, and Iraqi ground forces during the invasion and games stats for a host of new vehicle types.
    BP1305
    £14.99
     
  • Day of the Rangers Somalia 1993 Book

    In the early 90s, Somalia was a country in chaos. As civil war raged, warlords carved out their own territories, enforcing their will through militia gangs, while famine compounded the situation. As a joint US–UN mission struggled to maintain order, the warlords began to unite behind Mohamed Farrah Aidid, who was to proclaim himself President of Somalia and embark upon a campaign to force the peacekeepers out of the country. Operations against Aidid and his strongholds intensified, culminating in the famous Operation Gothic Serpent, and the rescue mission to save a downed Black Hawk helicopter carried out by US Rangers and Delta Force operatives. Day of the Rangers, the latest companion for Force on Force, provides wargamers with all the background, orders of battle, and scenarios they need to immerse themselves in the epic battle for Mogadishu.
    BP1344
    £14.99
     
  • Classified: Special Operations Missions Book 1940–2010

    From covert actions against insurgent groups and daring sabotage missions to precision strikes against fortified positions and reconnaissance deep behind enemy lines, the special forces units deployed by many nations are the spearhead of modern combat operations. Classified, the latest companion volume for Force on Force, allows wargamers to recreate any and all of them. With detailed background information, extensive orders of battle for the world’s preeminent special forces units, and a range of scenarios, Classified gives Force on Force players a detailed and realistic experience of modern special operations missions across the globe.
    BP1376
    £14.99
     
  • Modern British Infantry (BRIT04)

    Modern British Infantry.

    This Empress Miniatures Blister Packs contains 4 metal model miniatures with 5 separate heads and a variety of covers and equipment.
    BRIT04
    £8.00
     
  • Modern British Infantry (BRIT06)

    Modern British Support Infantry.

    This Empress Miniatures Blister Pack contains 4 metal model miniatures with 5 separate heads and a variety of covers and equipment.

    British support including 2 x Minimi and 2 riflemen (one with stowed Vallon Mine Detector)
    BRIT06
    £8.00
     
  • Modern United States Bradley M2/M3

    Model height 6cm (to turret top); length 13cm; width 6cm. designed for use with 28mm models.

    America's Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle (M2) and Cavalry Fighting Vehicle (M3) was designed as a successor to the M113 APC. With a 25mm Bushmaster chain gun and two-tube TOW launcher it has a greatly increased firepower, and its mobility and protection is better than the M113. It had a long development: first projects were begun in 1964, and it was not until 1983 that the first Bradleys were delivered to US Army units, but the long wait proved worth it when it proved a complete success in its first combat test, the 1991 Gulf War. There is very little difference between the M2 and the M3. The M2 has a crew of three – commander, gunner, driver – can take a fully equipped squad of six infantry into battle, and has firing ports.

    The M3, designed for reconnaisance missions, has the same crew, carries two observers and four infantry, but also has more ammunition and 12 TOW missiles instead of the M2's seven, and the firing ports are sealed. Improvements have continually been made to the Bradley since it was first produced, and it is still being improved. The A2 series had better armour, back-up sight for the commander and a ballistic shield, and internal armour for important equipment. This led to increased weight, which in turn led to an uprated engine, drive train, transmission and suspension, and upgraded air cleaners and exhaust system. The A2 versions also had a day/night thermal vision sight and an Integrated Sight Weapon Fire control system.

    Experience in the Gulf War led to ODS (Operation Desert Storm) upgrades, including a Digital Compass system and Portable Lightweight GPS Receiver. Two other enhancements being put into place are the Battlefield Combat Identification System, currently on use in the Abrams, and a missile countermeasure system to defeat hostile anti-tank missiles. Currently A2 status vehicles are being upgraded to A3, with the addition of digital vehicle electronics, a new ballistic fire control and auto-tracking system and extra roof protection.

    EMPVEH01
    £25.00
     
  • Modern British Army Scimitar

    FV107 Scimitar is an armoured reconnaissance vehicle (sometimes classed as a light tank) used by the British Army, manufactured by Alvis in Coventry. It is very similar to the FV101 Scorpion but mounts a high velocity 30 mm L21 RARDEN cannon instead of a 76 mm gun. It was issued to Royal Armoured Corps, Armoured Regiments in the Reconnaissance role. Each Regiment had a Close Reconnaissance Squadron of 5 Troops of 8 FV107 Scimitar. The old but fast and valued light reconnaisance tank of the British Army, used in both Iraq wars, and now in Afghanistan. Armed with the Warrior 30mm cannon. Designed for use with 28mm models.

    EMPVEH02
    £22.00