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  • Afrika Korps

    Sent to bolster their beleaguered Italian allies facing the combined forces of the British Commonwealth in North Africa, the Deutsches Afrika Korps proved a dangerous opponent. Commanded by the legendary Erwin Rommel, the Afrika Korps fought a series of ferocious battles in Egypt and Libya as each side pushed the other to breaking point.
     
    Fighting in what was referred to as the last 'Gentleman's War', the German soldier was well respected by those he faced, be they British, Australian, Indian or other nationalities. German tactics in the desert had a profound and deadly effect on how the British armour and infantry formations interacted with one another and these lessons were learnt for the later conflicts in North West Europe.
     
    The Afrika Korps foot troops were more than ably supported by the dreaded '88' (8.8cm Flak) gun as a direct fire weapon and the ubiquitous Panzer IV was developed into what the British troops referred to as the 'Pz IV special' - a tank the British tank commanders learnt to fear and respect in equal measure. Battles at El Alamein, Tobruk and Gazala honed their fighting capability, pushing the British High Command into changes that would bring eventual victory in the desert campaign.
     
    Supplied with a variety of headgear and weapon options Warlord Games' highly detailed and dynamically posed Afrika Korps are ideal for fighting in North Africa as well as into the Tunisian and the Italian campaigns.
     
    Afrika Korps set contains:
     
    Enough plastic components to make 30 Deutsches Afrika Korps miniatures. Includes a host of options to allow for different weapon configurations and command models.
    Equipment included: Kar 98K rifle, MP40 submachine gun, MG34 LMG, Pz 39 anti-tank rifle, 5cm light mortar and Luger pistol
    Plastic bases.
    Full-colour waterslide decal sheet.
    Construction leaflet.
    402012030
    £22.15
    £29.50 save 25%
  • Blood Red Skies Japanese A6MX 'Zero-Sen'

    The Mitsubishi A6M Zero was a fast, modern fighter, but had no armour for the pilot. When the Zero was in the hands of aggressive and well-trained pilots this weakness was rarely apparent. The A6-M5 model Zero featured improved engine, armament and protection, although the latter remained inadequate compared to other combat aircraft.
     
    The Japanese A6MX 'Zero-Sen' Squadron set contains:
     
    6 Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighters
    6 Advantage flying bases
    1 Aircraft card
    6 Aircraft Trait Cards
    6 Double-sided Pilot Skill Discs
    1 Aircraft Markings Sticker Sheet
    3 Action cards
     
     
    Note: models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    772016001
    £18.75
    £25.00 save 25%
  • Blood Red Skies British Spitfire

    Possibly the most iconic fighter of the Second World War the Supermarine Spitfire along with the Hurricane was instrumental to the RAF winning the Battle of Britain in 1940. Keeping its popular shape and constantly improving its armament and engine, Britain would go on to build more Spitfires than any other aircraft type during the war.
     
    The British Spitfire Squadron set contains:
     
    6 Supermarine Spitfire MKII Fighters
    6 Advantage flying bases
    1 Aircraft card
    6 Aircraft Trait Cards
    6 Double-sided Pilot Skill Discs
    1 Aircraft Markings Sticker Sheet
    3 Action cards
     
     
    Note: models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    772011001
    £18.75
    £25.00 save 25%
  • Blood Red Skies German BF ME-109

    The Messerschmitt BF-109 'Emil' was the Luftwaffe's premier single-engine fighter at the outbreak of WWII. This powerful Luftwaffe fighter ran wild over Poland, the Low Countries and France devastating its opponents. Throughout the war the Bf-109 constantly improved its aerodynamics, weapon systems and engines to keep up with Allied fighter development.
     
    The German BF-109 Squadron set contains:
     
    6 Messerschmitt Bf-109E Fighters
    6 Advantage flying bases
    1 Aircraft card
    6 Aircraft Trait Cards
    6 Double-sided Pilot Skill Discs
    1 Aircraft Markings Sticker Sheet
    3 Action cards
     
     
    Note: models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    772012001
    £18.75
    £25.00 save 25%
  • Blood Red Skies US P-51 Mustang

    The introduction of the Merlin engine transformed the initially mediocre P-51 Mustang into a world-class fighting machine with the iconic P-51D, all but supplanting other types of fighters used by the United States Eighth Air Force in Britain. By May 1945, Mustangs had flown 213,873 stories and claimed 4,950 enemy aircraft destroyed.
     
    The US P-51 Mustang Squadron set contains:
     
    6 P-51D Mustang Fighters
    6 Advantage flying bases
    1 Aircraft card
    6 Aircraft Trait Cards
    6 Double-sided Pilot Skill Discs
    1 Aircraft Markings Sticker Sheet
    3 Action cards
     
     
    Note: models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    772013001
    £18.75
    £25.00 save 25%
  • Blood Red Skies: MiG Alley!

    "MiG Alley" was the name given by the United Nations (UN) pilots to the northwestern portion of North Korea, where the Yalu River empties into the Yellow Sea. The area's nickname was derived from the Soviet-built Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 flown by North Korea (some unofficially crewed by Soviet airmen) and the People's Republic of China airmen. In response to the MiG threat the UN's P-51 Mustang squadrons began to convert to jet fighters... enter the North American F-86 Sabre. The Mig Alley set contains all the aircraft cards, pilot discs, traits doctrine and equipment cards you need to take your games of Blood Red Skies in to the Jet Age! A copy of the Blood Red Skies core box is required to use the contents of this set.

    772211016
    £18.75
    £25.00 save 25%
  • Cruel Seas Soviet Navy Fleet

    Description Voyenno-morskoy flot SSSR (VMF) – i.e. The Military Maritime Fleet of the USSR, or the ‘Red Fleet’ for short. The Russian Armed forces of WWII are an interesting blend of extraordinary innovation and technical achievement, and extraordinary inexperience and foolish management of its huge forces. Russia had plenty of small ships and boats for both offensive and defensive purposes. These small ships and boats came in many shapes and sizes. A common class, over 350 being put into service, was the MO small guard ship. It stood for Maly Okhotnik, or “small hunter” and gained the nickname Moshkaor “fly”. These useful vessels were primarily built for anti-submarine work, but soon extra roles were found for them: minelaying and sweeping, convoy, patrol and even supporting ground operations. Captured craft and lend-lease British and American MTBs were used in their light flotillas. Their home-grown efforts, however, produced the peculiar looking G-5 light torpedo boats. The G-5s main strike weapon was two torpedoes, stern launched, which was rare in WWII. They were dropped tail first into the water, so a sharp turn was necessary on launch to get out of the way. Unlike most other nations, the boats carried no cannon but were armed with one 12.7mm machine gun and normally two 7.62mm MMGs. Soviet Navy Fleet The Soviet Navy then is not a glamorous fleet for the gamer. Rather it’s a solid, unsophisticated affair, with no radar, little radio, few automatic cannons or other refinements. As ever with Russian forces, quantity has a quality all its own. Your best tactic is to get in quick, torpedo your target and escape fast as you are likely to take much damage from concentrated cannon fire. Use the MO boats to support you, use minefields to hide in, and if desperate, use the threat of your terrifying if inaccurate Katyusha rocket! URRAH! The Soviet Navy Fleet Contains: 4 x G5 MTB (metal) 4 x D3 MTB (metal) 2 x Bronekaters (metal) 1 x Fugas class Minesweeper (resin and metal) 1 x Il-2 Sturmovik (metal) Ship Cards Wakes Plastic Torpedo markers

    782611003
    £48.75
    £65.00 save 25%
  • Dr Who Time Lords

    Gallifrey, the home planet of the Time Lords, stands in the constellation of Kasterborous. The Time Lords invented space and time travel machines known as TARDISes, but closely monitored their use to ensure time was neither abused nor history changed. They had a strict policy of non-interference in other planets and their cultures.
     
    Thought destroyed in the Last Great Time War, the Doctor’s home planet was actually frozen in time in a pocket dimension. In the Citadel, a giant structure enclosed within a glass dome in the main city, Lord President Rassilon and the Time Lord council watch over their home world.
    602210204
    £6.50
    £13.00 save 50%
  • Empress of Mars

    In Empress of Mars, the Twelfth Doctor, Nardole and Bill travel to Mars, after NASA discover a message reading ‘God Save The Queen’ under the ice on the surface of the red planet. Upon their landing, they encounter Victorian soldiers, who have arrived to try to conquer the native home of the Ice Warriors. As the long dormant Martian hive begins to awaken, the Doctor must decide which side he is on – that of Queen Victoria's invading soldiers, or the Ice Warriors, led by Empress Iraxxa, and her loyal subject, Friday. The box includes two metal miniatures: The Empress Iraxxa and Friday, and six Exterminate! game cards.

    602210143
    £5.00
    £10.00 save 50%
  • German Pz IV-X Konflikt 47

    German Pz IV-X Konflikt 47 was based on the Panzer IV chassis which proved ideal for experimenting with new weapons derived from Rift-tech. The most prominent of these is the Panzer IV X that mounts a gravity pulse cannon (the Schwerefeld Projektor).

    Still only produced in limited numbers, its success in battle means it will undoubtedly be seen regularly in the future.

    Contains: 1 resin Schwerefeld Projektor turret and 1 plastic Panzer IV Ausf.H with standard turret option and spaced armour (known as Schürzen)

    452410203
    £18.30
    £27.50 save 33%
  • Hittite Spearmen Warlord Hail Ceasar

    24 Infantry in Metal - requires assembly
    WGH-CEM-03
    £21.00
    £28.00 save 25%

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  • Ice Warriors

    The Ice Warriors, natives of the planet Mars, are large, imposing bipedal reptilians, housed inside biomechanical armour and armed with sonic weaponry. In the year 3000, on an Earth in the midst of a second Ice Age, a Martian spaceship is discovered frozen in the ice, housing several Ice Warriors who laid dormant for thousands of years. Later in the 30th Century, the Ice Warriors invaded Earth, trying to change the planet’s atmosphere to make it suitable for their habitation, but their plan was thwarted by the Doctor. During the 40th Century, their race eventually became peaceful, choosing to join a Galactic Federation of Earth, Mars and other planets. This boxed set contains five highly detailed pewter Ice Warrior figures, based on their appearance in the 2017 episode Empress of Mars.

    602210142
    £16.50
    £22.00 save 25%
  • Judge Dredd - 2000 AD Dice

    The setting is late in the 22nd century. Many survivors of the devastating Atomic Wars were mutated by the Strontium 90 fallout. These mutants became an underclass, hated by the ruling ‘norms’. The only job left for them was bounty-hunting. The strongest of these mutants hunt down criminals throughout the galaxy for the Search/Destroy agency, cruelly nicknamed the Strontium Dogs by the ‘norms’. Operating from an orbiting space station known as The Doghouse, SD agents take many shapes and forms. Armed with highly advanced technology including, electrified brass knuckles, short-range teleporters and time bombs to name a few, they bring justice to the far reaches of the galaxy! Contains: 10 x 2000AD combat dice

    643410001
    £7.50
    £10.00 save 25%
  • Judge Dredd - 2000 AD Marker Set

    The setting is late in the 22nd century. Many survivors of the devastating Atomic Wars were mutated by the Strontium 90 fallout. These mutants became an underclass, hated by the ruling ‘norms’. The only job left for them was bounty-hunting.

    The strongest of these mutants hunt down criminals throughout the galaxy for the Search/Destroy agency, cruelly nicknamed the Strontium Dogs by the ‘norms’. Operating from an orbiting space station known as The Doghouse, SD agents take many shapes and forms.

    Armed with highly advanced technology including, electrified brass knuckles, short-range teleporters and time bombs to name a few, they bring justice to the far reaches of the galaxy!

    Contains:

    2 x plastic tokens sprues (1 red & 1 black)
    659010001
    £6.00
    £8.00 save 25%
  • Judge Dredd - Block Gang

    With unemployment and boredom rife in Mega-City One, many citizens, especially juves, join gangs. Many gangs identify with and recruit solely from a single block, whilst others pull in members from all across the city, attracted to the gang’s philosophy, colours, or charismatic leader. Many gangs will simply protect their own territory and try to take control of the local ‘black economy’ of illegal drugs and other banned substances such as tobacco, sugar, Umpty Candy and 20th-century comic books. Other gangs identify with causes or crazes, including the many anti-robot and anti-mutant outfits such as the ‘Neon Knights’ and ‘Purity First’ or anti-Judge and pro-democracy terrorism like the ‘Total War’ group. Others go on to specialise in organised crime such as body-sharking, organ-legging, alien- and perp-running. Box contains: 8 Warlord resin Block Gang miniatures Plastic bases 2 unit cards 1 Armoury card: Repair Kit 1 Big Meg card: Smokatorium

    652410001
    £15.00
    £20.00 save 25%
  • Konflikt 47 Rulebook

    Konflikt 47 Rulebook is written by Chris Hale and with fantastic artwork by Jon Cave and Russ Charles this mighty 208 page rule book contains the complete background and rules to play 1947 weird WWII with your Bolt Action forces.

    As World War II continues beyond 1945, the battling countries have become even more desperate to develop new super weapons to give them a winning advantage. Exploiting new technologies revealed from the first nuclear explosions, the Axis and Allied forces quickly develop new tanks and strange armoured walkers to become the vanguard of their armies, supported by new highly equipped or terribly twisted troops. With the Soviet Union seceding from the Allies the war now becomes a three-way conflict!

    Konflikt ’47 is a standalone game inspired by the hugely successful Bolt Action, designed by Clockwork Goblin Miniatures and produced by Warlord Games and Osprey Publishing. Adding to the core rules that many gamers are familiar with from Bolt Action, Konflikt ’47 allows the addition of completely new types of units and models to existing 28mm Bolt Action armies and the creation of completely new forces set in the alternate future of 1947.

    Konflikt 47 introduces ‘Weird War’ weaponry – including the stunning range of walkers and other mechanical monstrosities!

    The launch copies of the rulebook include Slammer Samuels, Paragon Trooper!

    KON03
    £20.00
    £30.00 save 33%
  • Macedonians Royal Guard plastic boxed set

    Silver Shields, White Shields and Brazen Shields - all elite hypaspist regiments that can be represented on the tabletop. Box contains 24 plastic and metal figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    WGH-MC-02
    £15.00
    £20.00 save 25%
  • Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero - Squadron Ace

    Saburō Sakai was the Imperial Japanese Navy's fourth highest ranking Ace. When was began he shot down the first B-17 to be lost in the Pacific theatre. During a mission over Guadalcanal Sakai was badly injured but still limped his damage plane home and reported to his superior before collapsing. Despite the loss of an eye, Sakai went on to score at least 69 kills.
     
    The Japanese Ace Pilot Saburō Sakai set contains:
     
    1 Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter
    1 Advantage flying base
    1 Aircraft card
    2 Aircraft Trait Cards
    2 Double-sided Pilot Skill Discs
    1 Saburō Sakai Ace card
    2 Ace Skill cards
     
     
    Note: models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    772016002
    £9.00
    £12.00 save 25%
  • Sherman with Tesla Cannon M4A9-T

    Sherman with Tesla Cannon M4A9-T was developed after US scientists had struggled to perfect the first weaponised application of Rift-tech knowledge. Much effort was devoted to an enhanced weapon capable of defeating heavy German and Soviet armoured vehicles. After much trial and error, the Tesla Cannon was fielded on a standard Sherman M4A3 chassis to great effect.

    Contains: 1 resin M17 Tessla turret and 1 plastic M4 Sherman

    451510402
    £18.30
    £27.50 save 33%
  • T-1000

    T-1000 infiltrators are made of mimetic polyalloy – liquid metal. This allows them to change their shape at will, from imitating any human they have come into contact with, as well as any item of equivalent mass. As well as being extremely strong, they can form stabbing and cutting parts out of their limbs, becoming a lethal close quarter fighter. Their most remarkable trait however is their uncanny resilience – destroying a T-1000 is almost impossible. The Resistance is going to need some bigger guns.

    This Warlord Games pack for Terminator Genisys contains 1 metal model.

     

    RH-TER-25
    £5.00
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  • Terminator Endoskeletons

    Terminator Endoskeletons expansion pack – containing 8 plastic Endoskeletons and 4 Crawlers.

    RH-TER-04
    £8.00
    £16.00 save 50%

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  • The Return of Doctor Mysterio

    The Return Of Doctor Mysterio sees The Doctor and the previously decapitated Nadole (Matt Lucas taking on the companion role, now thankfully with his head reattached) arrive in present day New York. They team up with reporter Lucy Fletcher and the mysterious superhero The Ghost to fight aliens with a fondness for brain-swapping.
     
    These two beautifully sculpted pewter figures feature The Ghost as portrayed by Justin Chitin, and Dr Sim, played by Aleksandar Jovanovic.
    602210221
    £7.50
    £10.00 save 25%
  • The Time Warrior

    Scientists go missing on 20th Century Earth and the Third Doctor deduces they are being kidnapped through time. Arriving in the middle ages with journalist Sarah Jane Smith he discovers a lone Sontaran warrior, commander Linx, who has crash-landed and is stranded. Irongron, a robber baron and leader of a local bandit gang, is offered 'magic weapons' in exchange for shelter, so the ship can be repaired. The two strike an uneasy bargain.

    602210224
    £7.50
    £10.00 save 25%
  • US Heavy infantry Konflikt 47

    US Heavy infantry Konflikt 47 did not appear on the battlefield until after the German version, the US were not far behind with their heavy armoured infantry. A more advanced system that allowed greater manoeuvrability than its rival, the US suits have become the benchmark for heavy armour.

    This Konflikt 47 pack contains: 5 metal Us Heavy Infantry

    453010401
    £10.00
    £15.00 save 33%
  • US Navy PT boat flotilla

    US Navy PT boat flotilla

    On December 7th, 1941, the US Navy could only boast 3 squadrons of motor torpedo boats, or PT boats (patrol torpedo) as they were named. PT squadron 1 was based on Pearl Harbor and the 12 boats opened fire on the incoming Japanese bombers, claiming 2 planes downed for sure and others damaged. Squadron 2 was based in Manila Bay of the Philippines and had a similar introduction to their war, shooting down a few attackers and learning that fast boats were a tricky target for bombers. Squadron 3 was in New York working up and would later see great service in Guadalcanal.
     
    The PT boats fought all over the globe, from Pearl Harbor to the Philippines, the Adriatic and Mediterranean and also in the English Channel. They achieved many successes, particularly in the last two years of the Pacific War they accounted for many stalking float planes and many hundreds of barges which were the lifeblood of the overextended Japanese army. This barge hunting was a gruelling business and needed a certain ruthlessness on the behalf of the American crews, Japanese soldiers and sailors being loath to surrender, hence a grizzly end to many a barge crew.
     
    Contains: Six PT boats (3x Elco & 3x Higgins)
    782011002
    £13.50
    £18.00 save 25%
  • Warlord Hail Caesar Sarmatian Horse Archers

    Warlord Hail Caesar Sarmatian Horse Archers

    This Warlord Games box set contains 3 horse and 3 riders in metal

    WGH-CE-SAR-22
    £9.00
    £12.00 save 25%
  • Warlord Hail Ceasar Hittite Levy Javelinmen

    Warlord Hail Ceasar Hittite Levy Javelinmen

    This Warlord Games box set contains 8 metal figures

    WGH-CEM-28
    £9.00
    £12.00 save 25%

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  • Warlord Hail Ceasar Hittite Light Chariot

    Warlord Hail Ceasar Hittite Light Chariot

    This Warlord Games box set contains 1 metal light chariot and 3 crew

    WGH-CEM-30
    £9.00
    £12.00 save 25%

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  • Warlord Hail Ceasar Later Hittite Chariot (Heavy Chariot)

    Warlord Hail Ceasar Later Hittite Chariot (Heavy Chariot)

    This Warlord Games box set contains 1 metal light chariot and 3 crew

    WGH-CEM-31
    £9.00
    £12.00 save 25%
  • Imperial Japanese HQ

    This Warlord metal box set contains 5 figures with interchangeable heads. There are 2 Officers, 1 Spotter, 1 Kempei-Tai, 1 Medic

    WGB-JI-31
    £8.10
    £9.00 save 10%
  • Last Levy The Defence of Berlin

    The Volkssturm (literally, ‘People‘s Storm’) were militia recruited from amongst the old, unfit and young. Many were drawn from the ranks of the Hitler Youth or from amongst veterans of World War I. They were ill-equipped with a variety of weaponry including crudely made Volkssturm MP3008 submachine guns and Volkssturmgewehr rifle. Others carried weapons captured from other nations earlier in the war or guns dating back to the previous century. Most did not have a uniform, but wore civilian clothing with just a black armband emblazoned with Deutscher Volkssturm Wehrmacht to show their allegiance. Volkssturm battalions were theoretically formed only for the defence of their own military district, but many ended up being sent to the front line.

    This Warlord metal box set contains 20 figures with interchangeable heads.

    WGB-WM-03
    £26.55
    £29.50 save 10%

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  • SS Veterans Sturmbatallion Charlemagne

    Each model is supplied with separate heads as you'd expect with our Figure Head System - allows you lots of variety in terms of headgear and posing. Whilst these miniatures have been specifically sculpted to reflect the Charlemagne troops they can just as easily be painted as any SS unit - all you need to do is remove the tri-colour sleeve badge.

    This Warlord metal box set contains 10 figures with interchangeable heads.

    WGB-SS-02
    £13.50
    £15.00 save 10%
  • Waffen SS MG42 MMG Team Firing (1943-45)

    Germany's armed forces in World War II were arguably the best-trained, equipped and motivated of all the major powers – understandably so in a nation geared to rearmament and aggression to its neighbours. Within these powerful forces emerged another force, the Waffen-SS, who were formed initially as armed bodyguards to Adolf Hitler himself, but later became a force to be reckoned with on the battlefield.

    Tough, often lavishly equipped and politically indoctrinated, SS troops formed over 38 divisions and numerous other regimental and battalion-sized units, totaling nearly a million men under arms. Their armoured units won many plaudits for their actions, and although relationships between regular army units and the Waffen SS were sometimes strained, most SS units fought courageously, sometimes ferociously, against great odds until the wars end in Berlin, 1945.

    There are many examples of SS troops fighting well and within the bounds of what we can call 'civilised war', but too many incidents of brutality occured for most people's tastes.

    This version features a three man team with a tripod mounted MG42 in position and ready to fire and is manned by Waffen-SS soldiers.
    WGB-LSS-04
    £7.20
    £8.00 save 10%

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  • Waffen SS Squad (1943-45)

    Germany's armed forces in World War II were arguably the best-trained, equipped and motivated of all the major powers – understandably so in a nation geared to rearmament and aggression to its neighbours. Within these powerful forces emerged another force, the Waffen-SS, who were formed initially as armed bodyguards to Adolf Hitler himself, but later became a force to be reckoned with on the battlefield. Tough, often lavishly equipped and politically indoctrinated, SS troops formed over 38 divisions and numerous other regimental and battalion-sized units, totaling nearly a million men under arms. Their armoured units won many plaudits for their actions, and although relationships between regular army units and the Waffen SS were sometimes strained, most SS units fought courageously, sometimes ferociously, against great odds until the wars end in Berlin, 1945. There are many examples of SS troops fighting well and within the bounds of what we can call 'civilised war', but too many incidents of brutality occured for most people's tastes. This Warlord set contains 10 metal figures with interchangeable heads.

    WGB-LSS-03
    £13.50
    £15.00 save 10%

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  • Dads Army Home Guard Platoon

    During the dark days of 1940, Britain was under dire threat of Nazi invasion. A massive citizen army, the Local Defence Volunteers, was raised to defend their families and homes. Although armed with old or ad hoc weapons and equipment the Home Guard, as it became known, was a vital part of the defence of British shores. Based on these proud defenders of the realm, the classic TV series, Dad’s Army produced some of television's most enduring catchphrases and characters as it followed the adventures of Walmington-on-Sea's Home Guard platoon. The boxed set contains 18 superbly detailed miniatures sculpted by Paul Hicks - representations of the cast of the classic TV series, Dad's Army in civilian and Home Guard attire! Included are Captain Mainwaring, Sergeant Wilson, Lance-Corporal Jones, Privates Pike, Walker, Frazer and Godfrey, plus Warden Hodges, the Verger and Reverend Farthing.

    Also included are plastic bases and a leaflet chronicling Dad’s Army and how you can field them in games of Bolt Action on the tabletop

    402211004
    £36.00
    £40.00 save 10%
  • Australian Matilda Mk II

    Although obsolete in the European theatre, the A12 Matilda II infantry tank’s heavy armour and proven weaponry were ideal against the lightly equipped Japanese forces in the Far East.
     
    The nature of the terrain precluded the large armoured formations experienced in North Africa. Instead, the Matilda-equipped Australian 4th Armoured Brigade was broken up and deployed as individual troops of three tanks in direct support to the infantry.
     
    The Australians made several field conversions to the standard A12 Matilda II, the two main additions being armoured guards fitted to the front tracks and protection against the turret ring becoming a shot trap.
     
    The Matilda Frog was a terrifying weapon, firing gouts of pressurised flame. Needing a 20-second pause between shots while the pressure built up again, it required close infantry support to prevent the tank being overrun by the enemy.
     
    This set contains all you need to build either a Matilda II with 2-pounder, Close Support with 3” howitzer or Frog flamethrower variants.
    402411006
    £23.40
    £26.00 save 10%
  • BEF Anti tank rifle and 2" light mortar teams

    BEF Anti tank rifle and 2" light mortar teams 28mm

     

    The British Expeditionary Force (BEF) was the British force in Europe from 1939 - 1940 during the Second World War and constituted one-tenth of the defending Allied force.
     
    Pack contains 4 metal foot figures.
    WGB-BI-57
    £5.40
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  • BEF Infantry Section

    This box set contains a metal 10-man section:

    NCO with rifle
    2-men Bren gun LMG team
    7 riflemen
    The British Expeditionary Force was an army of nearly a third of a million troops sent out to France to try to resist aggression from Adolf Hitler's Third Reich. Allied with Belgium and powerful French forces, it fielded ten infantry divisions, artillery, tank brigades and supporting air squadrons.

    General Lord Gort’s BEF fought well, but were outmanoeuvred all too often, leading to tactical withdrawal and the heroic but tragic retreat at Dunkirk during May and June of 1940.
    402211005
    £13.50
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  • BEF Vickers MMG Team (1939-40)

    Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3 metal foot figures.

    WGB-BI-61
    £7.20
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  • British Infantry Section Winter

    As with most British Commonwealth infantry sections, the British Infantry Section Winter is based around the sustained firepower of the Bren light machine gun, the other infantrymen carrying extra Bren magazines in addition to their own weapons.

    Protected from the chill by their thick military grade woollen great coats and tough sleeveless leather jerkins, they also made good use of camouflaged groundsheets as protective capes along with woollen caps, scarves and gloves.

    Whether the fight is in the frozen Italian hills and mountains or in the deep winter of France, the low countries or in Germany itself, these cheery British infantrymen can be relied on to do their duty for King and Country!

    Contains a 10-man section:

    NCO with SMG
    1 infantryman with SMG
    2-man Bren gun LMG team
    6 riflemen
    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    402211003
    £13.50
    £15.00 save 10%

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  • German Infantry Winter

    Adolph Hitler’s aggressive campaigns across the world ensured his troops would face the enemy in all environments and climates. None were more unforgiving than the harsh winters on the Eastern Front or in the Italian hills and mountains. The resourceful German landser (common soldiers) often had to make do with little more than their standard issue woollen greatcoat, gloves, scarves and a steely determination to not only stave off the cold, but also be able to fight and win. These highly detailed plastic figures are ideal to represent German Infantry (Winter) – be they Heer or Waffen-SS – facing the enemy in cold weather or in the very depths of the bitter winter snows. Weapons, equipment and headgear options allow you to build the figures for all periods of the war from the Blitzkrieg operations of 1939 and 1940 right through to the death throes of the Third Reich in Berlin during 1945. German Infantry (Winter) Contains: Plastic components to make: 30 German infantry figures in greatcoats. Includes options for different weapon configurations and command models. Equipment included: STG44 assault rifle, Kar 98K rifle, MG34 light machine gun, MG42 light machine gun, MP40 sub-machine gun, Gewehr 43 rifle, stick grenades and Panzerfaust. Round plastic bases (25mm diameter). Construction leaflet. Full-colour waterslide decals. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    402012027
    £26.55
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  • M3 Grant (Western Desert)

    The first M3s were operational in late 1941 the U.S. Army needed a good tank and coupled with Great Britain's demand for a medium tank immediately, the Lee began production by late 1940.
     
    The tank's 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.
     
    Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle and 1 metal crew.
    402411007
    £21.60
    £24.00 save 10%
  • 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
    £20.70
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  • M3 Stuart Tank

    M3 Stuart Tank contains 1 x plastic M3 Light tank with options to use: •5 MMG •Flamethrower •External Fuel tanks •Sand guards •Rounded or plate turret variants

    402013002
    £16.20
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  • M4 Sherman Crocodile

    Inspired by the powerful British Churchill Crocodile and their own experiences in the Pacific with other versions of flamethrower tanks the US army ordered some 100 Sherman Crocodile variants from the British, who were recognised as leading the field in Flamethrower technology.
     
    Based on the M4A4 (Sherman V) welded hull the Crocodile retained full operation of its turret and 75mm gun and bow-mounted .30 Cal (7.62mm) machine gun. The flame gun was placed above the Bow Machinegunners hatch. All of the flamethrowing equipment was positioned externally, including the iconic wheeled trailer.
     
    The trailer weighed 6.5 tons and was protected by 12mm (0.47 in) thick armour. A special joint connector known as “The Link” (made up of 3 articulated joints allowing it to move up, down, left or right and swivel on the horizontal axis) allowed it manoeuvre through rough terrain. This link could also be released from inside the crew compartment in case of an emergency, a great design attribute as the trailer carried 400 gallons (1818 litres) of flamethrower liquid and 5 compressed bottles of Nitrogen (N?) gas!
     
    The flamer worked by using Nitrogen gas to propel the fuel along a pipe running from the rear of the tank, up and along the right flank, to a flame projector mounted on the right upper glacis. The co-driver/bow machine gunner would then operated the flamethrower or his machine gun.
     
    Of the initial order, only 3 M4A4 Crocodiles were actually made and along with a fourth, the prototype M4A2 (Sherman III), seeing action with the 739th Tank Battalion (Special Mine Exploder Unit). They were sent in February 1945 to take part in Operation: Grenade, the assault on the ancient 13th-century citadel in Julich, Germany. Helping demolish the garrison of the old citadel.
    402413008
    £27.00
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  • Panzer II Ausf A B C

    The Panzer II (also known as Panzerkampfwagen II), was a light tank that saw action at the start of and throughout the war and an almost all battlefields. It was produced with many variants, but most were armed with a 20mm KwK 30 L55.
     
    This tank can be also be used to reppresent the Luchs (Lynx or Panzer II Ausf. L), as the main differences (a part from a slight size difference) were the design of the track wheels and tracks themselves.
     
    Contents:
    1 resin Panzer II tank
    Metal pieces for detailing
    One metal crew man
    402412005
    £18.00
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  • Pershing M26 Heavy Tank

    Pershing M26 Heavy Tank was brought in towards the end of WW2 by the US army, the M26 Pershing was designed and built to counter the German heavy tanks like the Tiger and King Tiger. With its 90mm gun it was the highest calibre available to the US.

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

    WGB-AI-127
    £23.40
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  • US Airborne Plastic Box Set

    This Warlord box contains 5 US Airborne plastic sprues 1 US plastic weapons sprue, enough to make 30 US Airborne with a variety of weapons

    402013101
    £26.55
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  • US Airborne Squad Winter

    Forever immortalised in the epic TV Series, Band of Brothers, the paratroopers of Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division were desperately pressed directly into the front lines during the surprise German offensive in the Ardennes in December 1944. Unprepared for action in the bitterly cold environment, they would brave the extreme temperatures and enemy fire with little more than extra gloves and scarves to stave off the bitter cold.

    This boxed set contains a squad of metal battle-hardened paratroopers equipped in their 1943 pattern jump fatigues supplemented with little more than woollen gloves, scarves and a steely determination to take the fight to the enemy!

    Includes a 10-man metal US Airborne Squad:

    NCO & 4 paratroopers with SMG
    1 paratrooper with BAR
    4 paratroopers with rifles
    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    402213102
    £13.50
    £15.00 save 10%
  • US Marine Corps 81mm Mortar

    This Warlord blister pack contains 1 metal mortar and 3 metal foot figures
    WGB-AM-22
    £7.20
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  • US Marine Corps M3A1 37mm Anti Tank Gun

    The 37 mm Gun M3 was the first dedicated anti-tank gun fielded by United States forces. Introduced in 1940, it became their standard with its size enabling it to be pulled by a jeep. However, the continuing improvement of German tanks quickly rendered the 37 mm ineffective, and by 1943 it was being gradually replaced in the European and Mediterranean theatres by the more powerful British-developed 57 mm Gun M1.

    In the Pacific, where the Japanese tank threat was less significant, the M3 remained in service until the end of the war. Like many other light anti-tank guns, the M3 was widely used in the infantry support role and as an anti-personnel weapon, firing high-explosive and canister rounds.

    The M3 saw action for the first time during the defence of the Philippines in December 1941. It went on to become a factor in the Guadalcanal Campaign, where it was successfully employed against both Japanese armour and infantry.

    Throughout the war it remained effective against Japanese vehicles, which were thinly armoured and were rarely committed in large groups. The light weight of the gun made it easy to move through difficult terrain, against enemy fortifications the M3 was only somewhat effective because of its small high-explosive projectile.

    Its overall effectiveness and ease of use meant the gun remained in service with the Marine Corps and with some Army units in the Pacific until the end of the war.

    This Warlord blister pack contains 1 metal gun and 3 metal crew figures.
    WGB-AM-25
    £10.80
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  • US Marines Plastic Box Set

    This Warlord box contains 5 USMC plastic sprues 1 US plastic weapons sprue USMC leaflet enough to make 30 US Marines with a variety of weapons

    WGB-AI-06
    £26.55
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  • USMC M1917 MMG Team

    This Warlord blister pack contains Pack contains 3 metal foot figures and a medium machine gun.

    WGB-AM-21
    £7.20
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  • 1000pts Blitzkrieg German Army

    Bolt Action Points Values First Lieutenant (veteran) & two extra riflemen* 116 Heer Veteran Infantry Squad (10) NCO with SMG, LMG, Anti-tank grenades) 173 Heer Infantry Squad (10) NCO with SMG, LMG* 123 Heer Infantry Squad (10) NCO with SMG, LMG* 123 Sniper team* 50 Sd.Kfz 251/1 Hanomag half track with rear-facing LMG (veteran) 105 81mm medium mortar team 50 7.5cm leIG 18 light artillery 50 Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf. D (veteran) 210 Total 1000pts * Made from the components of the Early War Blitzkrieg German plastic sprues that are included

    WGB-START-06
    £76.50
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  • 1000pts British Army

    Bolt Action Points Values

    Description   Value
    Second Lieutenant & Two extra Riflemen   70
    Infantry Squad (10) NCO SMG, LMG   123
    Infantry Squad (10) NCO SMG, LMG   123
    Infantry Squad (10) NCO SMG, LMG   123
    Infantry Squad (10) NCO SMG, LMG   123
    Light Mortar Team   35
    Vickers HMG Team   50
    6 pdr   75
    Piat Team   40
    3" Mortar Team   50
    Cromwell   195
    Total   1007

    This army deal is made up of the following:

    • British Infantry plastic box set x2
    • British Army Six Pounder AT Gun
    • British Army Vickers HMG team
    • British Army 3" Mortar Team
    • British Cromwell
    WGB-START-04
    £83.00
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  • 1000pts US Marines Starter Army

    Guadalcanal. Tarawa. Iwo Jima. Okinawa. Just some of the legendary actions the US Marine Corps fought in - actions that have rightfully sent the USMC into legend. There are few fighting forces that can rival the fearsome reputation of the United States Marine Corps. Indeed they can trace their ancestry back to the Revolutionary War in the 18th Century, serving all over the globe up to the present day. During the Second World War the US Marines spearheaded the American response to Japanese aggression, leading to a ferocious island-hopping campaign. The technologically superior US forces made many amphibious assaults that wore down the Japanese and culminated in crushing American victories albeit with terrible loss of life on both sides. US Marines in the Pacific Theatre of Operations were eager to get the job done be it with the bayonet, shotgun or their Thompson submachine guns. Their loyalty to their comrades and the Corps stood them in good stead as they faced a fanatical foe where no quarter was given no received. This Warlord Games Bolt Action Box Set contains: 7 USMC sprues 2 US weapon sprues 1 M3A1 plastic half-track Metal Corpsman (medic) Metal Flamethrower team Metal medium Mortar team Metal 37mm light anti-tank gun 2 Metal 30 Cal teams USMC leaflet

    WGB-START-10
    £76.50
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  • 1250pts German Grenadiers Army

    This Warlord Games boxed set contains:

    • 6 plastic German Grenadier Sprues
    • German Heer 81mm Mortar Team
    • German Heer MG42 Team
    • German Heer Pak 40 Anti-tank Gun with Crew
    • Plastic Puma kit
    • Plastic Stug III G/StuH42 kit

    Please note that the 6 sprues of German Grenadiers contain enough components to make 36 models - so you will have 3 extra men - perhaps to create a FOO, Medic, or other additional units to further bolster your force.

    WGB-START-25
    £76.50
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  • 1500pts German Fallschirmjager Starter Army

    The world's first paratroopers to be used in large numbers, the German Fallschirmjager were at the tip of the spear when war broke out in 1939. They led daring assaults on strategic targets, such as the fortress at Eben Emael, enabling the following panzers to overrun Europe.

    As a paratrooper force the Fallschirmjager's greatest achievement would be the intense fighting they performed as they seized Crete in the face of more numerous British and Commonwealth forces during 1941. This pyrrhic victory meant that they were never again used en masse.

    Small units still operated by glider and parachute, famously rescuing Italian leader Mussolini, and raiding behind American lines in the Ardennes. Their finest hour would undoubtedly be the bitter fighting as they occupied the monastery at Monte Cassino for months in the face of overwhelming odds, earning themselves the nickname 'Green Devils'. The German Paratroopers were arguably the toughest in a tough army.

    Warlord Games Fallschirmjager miniatures are ideally suited for battles in North West Europe and can also be used in actions on the Russian Front.

    Box contents: made from the new plastic Fallschirmjager!

    • Oberleutnant (Veteran) & two extra riflemen
    • 116 pts Fallschirmjäger Squad - late war (10)
    • 8 Assault Rifles
    • LMG team
    • 4 Panzerfausts
    • Fallschirmjäger Squad - late war (10) MP40 SMGs, LMG team, 3 Panzerfausts
    • Fallschirmjäger Squad - late war (10). 2 MP40 SMGs, LMG team, 3 Panzerfausts
    • 81mm Mortar Team with Spotter
    • Panzerschreck Team
    • Flame-thrower Team
    • Sniper Team
    • 75mm PaK 40 anti-tank gun
    • Plastic Sd.Kfz 251 Ausf. D half-track with additional rear-facing MMG
    • Plastic StuG III Ausf G
    WGB-START-11
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  • 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%
  • 8.8cm Flak 37

    Originally developed as an anti-aircraft weapon, the Flak 37 8.8cm (or Eighty-eight as it became known by Allied troops) had a high muzzle velocity to allow it to reach the higher ranges modern bombers were capable of at the time. This would make it an exceptionally deadly anti-tank weapon as many Allied tank crews would learn to their peril. The 88 could also be deployed as a conventional artillery piece – as one infantryman noted, the 88 was 'anti-everything'...
     
    Capable of firing in extremis whilst still attached to its wheeled carriages (although with limited traverse or elevation), the 88 could be fully deployed onto its cruciform firing platform and ready to fire in around two and a half minutes.
     
    Many 88s were fitted with a large gunshield although there were many examples of this being dispensed with. Being such a large and heavy weapon it could only be towed by larger prime movers such as the Sd.Kfz 7 halftrack.
     
    The 88 saw service during the Spanish Civil War as well as on all fronts in which the Germans fought during WWII. Capable of penetrating armour plate up to 108mm thick at ranges of up to 1,100 yards, the 88’s fearsome reputation grew immensely during its service in the Western Desert where it was one of the very few weapons capable of dealing with the British Matilda II infantry tanks. A similar scenario unfolded on the Eastern Front as the 88 was among the rare weapons able to tackle the new Soviet T-34 and KV tanks.
     
    The Flak 37 was the final production iteration of the 88, being almost identical to the Flak 36 bar the updated instruments allowing for a greater level of autonomy in fire control.
     
    This Flak 37 kit is supplied with 8.8cm shells and shell cases and can be built to both traverse and elevate - neither enemy armour nor aircraft will be safe!
     
    Contains:
     
    One 1/56 scale hard plastic WWII 8.8cm Flak 37 dual-purpose AA/AT gun
    7 metal German Army crew
    Bolt Action stat card
    Full-colour waterslide decal sheet
    Construction leaflet
    402012026
    £22.50
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  • 8.8cm Flak 37 with crew (Italeri)

    This all plastic 28mm 1:56 scale kit is suitable for Bolt Action or other historical war games. Very similar to product 402012026 
     
    Contains:
     
    One 1/56 scale hard plastic WWII 8.8cm Flak 37 dual-purpose AA/AT gun
    7 plastic German Army crew
    Full-colour waterslide decal sheet
    Construction leaflet
    15771
    £20.25
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  • 8th Army 2 Pounder Anti-tank Gun

    At the outbreak of war, the QF 2-pdr (QF stands for ‘quick firing’) was the standard anti-tank gun of the British Army. It was an adequate weapon for the time, being slightly more effective in terms of armour penetration then the contemporary German 37mm PaK 36. It was, however, larger and heavier and employed an unusual carriage that required the wheels to be removed before it could fire. Against the early panzers, light vehicles and the poorly armoured Japanese tanks it did well and was popular, meeting success in France, North Africa and the Far East.
     
    Though the rapid rate of improvement in German armour made its replacement inevitable in Europe, it soldiered on rather longer against the Japanese and in light vehicles such as armoured cars, whose realistic defence against enemy tanks was flight. As a side-note, the BEF lacked sufficient 2-pdrs and as a result was partially equipped with French 25mm Hotchkiss AT guns, which can be represented by the same entry for players fielding BEF forces.
    403011012
    £11.70
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  • 8th Army 25 Pounder Light Artillery, Quad & Limber

    The standard British field gun of World War II was the 25-pdr gun-howitzer, a versatile weapon with a calibre of 3.45 inches (87.6mm). This was the weapon used in overwhelming numbers in every theatre, although the 3.7-inch (94mm) Mountain Howitzer was also deployed in the Netherlands and the Ruhr by units originally equipped for mountain fighting in Greece. Some airborne units used a lightweight version of the same weapon. We categorise the 25-pdr as a light field gun for our purposes – although it was really an intermediate type capable of providing close range support and longer-range indirect fire. It was also pressed into service in an anti-tank role, and we’ve allowed for this by giving it a separate anti-tank shell.
     
    In the Western Desert, the 25-pdr often found itself pitched against enemy tanks. It was provided with an AT shell which was fired with the maximum charge over a flat trajectory to achieve the highest velocity.
     
     
     
    Contains:
     
    1x resin & metal Quad tractor
    1x metal 25pdr gun and limber
    3x metal crew
    Waterslide Decal sheet
    Damage markers
    Bolt Action data cards
    402211001
    £31.50
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  • 8th Army Carrier Patrol

    Formed from the Western Desert Force in 1941, the British 8th Army comprised men from across the British Commonwealth - British, New Zealanders, Australians, Indians and South Africans. Following early successes against the Italians in North Africa, the 8th Army suddenly faced a new, more deadly foe - the Deutsches Afrika Korps led by their mercurial commander, Erwin Rommel. Thus began a series of operations with Allied and Axis forces being pushed back hundreds of miles only to regain that territory and more with battles at El Alamein, Tobruk and Beda Fomm becoming legendary. With the Allied victory in North Africa, the fighting soon encompassed Tunisia and then the very heartland of Italy itself.
     
    This set contains:
     
    2 x Universal Carriers with Metal Crewmen
    12 x Plastic 8th Army infantry
    Also contains stat card, decals, damage markers and construction leaflet
    Universal Carrier
     
    More properly called the Universal Carrier, this was a fully tracked weapons and personnel carrier and one of the most distinctive and useful transports used by any side during the war. This entry is also used for all the similar Loyd carriers and for the pre-war designed Carden-Loyd Tankette tow.
     
    8th Army infantry
     
    Struggling against the oppressive daytime heat, choking dust and freezing cold nights in addition to battling their German and Italian opponents the 8th Army become more popularly known as the 'Desert Rats' - a nickname adopted from the 7th Armoured Division, a key component of the Western Desert force.
    402011018
    £27.00
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  • 8th Army HQ

    The middle ranks of officers were almost invariably drawn from the upper-middle classes: educated in the public schools, instilled with the values of empires, and imbued with a sense of confidence, duty and resolve that is difficult to conceive of today. An officer unit consists of the man himself and can include up to two other men acting as his immediate attendants.
     
    Pack contains: 4 command figures.
    403011009
    £6.30
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  • 8th Army Medium Mortar Team

    The 3-inch mortar was used to provide support from up to 3,000 yards dependent upon the projectile used
     
    The 3-inch mortar was operated by a crew of 3 and was often transported in a Universal 'Bren' Carrier.
     
    Pack contains: 3 crew and 3-inch mortar.
    403011008
    £7.20
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  • 8th Army MMG Team

    Pack contains: 3 crew figures and 1 MMG.
    403011010
    £7.20
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  • 8th Army Starter Army

    8th Army Starter Army

    Boxed set containing plastic, and metal miniatures.
    Enough troops to start playing with the forces of the British Commonwealth in the scorching, dust-filled desert of North Africa
    The 8th Army sprues can be used to make British, Scots, Punjabi and Sikh troops
    Contains 
    o 36 x plastic 8th Army Infantry
    o 1 x 8th Army 6-pdr anti-tank gun
    o 1 x 8th Army 25-pdr light artillery
    o 1 x 8th Army MMG team
    o 1 x 8th Army 3 inch medium mortar team
    o 2 x Bren Carrier with crew.
     
    402611001
    £67.50
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  • 8th Army Support Group

    This set contains:
     
    1 x British 8th Army HQ
    1 x British 8th Army Machine Gun Team
    1 x British 8th Army Medium Mortar
    British 8th Army HQ
     
    The middle ranks of officers were almost invariably drawn from the upper-middle classes: educated in the public schools, instilled with the values of empires, and imbued with a sense of confidence, duty and resolve that is difficult to conceive of today. An officer unit consists of the man himself and can include up to two other men acting as his immediate attendants.
     
    British 8th Army Medium Machine Gun
     
    The .303 Vickers water-cooled machine gun offered fire support to infantry units. This was another weapon of World War I vintage that soldiered on through World War II and beyond, proving effective at laying down continuous fire over a long range.
     
    British 8th Army Medium Mortar Team
     
    The 3-inch mortar was used to provide support from up to 3,000 yards dependent upon the projectile used. The 3-inch mortar was operated by a crew of 3 or more (we use 3 for games) and was often transported in a Universal 'Bren' Carrier.
    402211009
    £16.20
    £18.00 save 10%
  • A12 Matilda II Infantry Tank

    Battle For France
     
    The battle for France saw Matilda IIs fighting what would become a general retreat. However, Matildas caused problems for the Germans, whose 37mm and 50mm anti-tank guns were simply too small in calibre to penetrate the thick armour of the Matilda.
     
    Western Desert
     
    Perhaps the A12 Matilda II is more synonymous with the ferocious battles in the desert where it was to meet its match against the infamous 88s of the Afrika Korps.
     
    The Far East
     
    Later, as they became increasingly obsolete compared to the later German vehicles, many were sent to the Fast East where the opposing Japanese tanks were much lighter.
     
    It was the only British tank to remain in active service for the entire war.
    402011019
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  • Afrika Korps 2cm Flak 38

    Designed to engage enemy aircraft, many automatic cannons saw ample use against other type of targets. Their high-velocity shots were lethal against enemy lightly armoured or soft-skinned vehicles, not to mention against infantry.
     
    The standard light anti-aircraft weapon of the German armed forces was the 20mm Flak 38, and was widely used by all services. It could fire about 120 rounds per minute, including reloading time.
     
    Contains 1 metal anti-aircraft gun and 3 crew.
    403012030
    £11.70
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  • Afrika Korps 8.8cm Flak 37

    Originally developed as an anti-aircraft weapon, the Flak 37 8.8cm (or Eighty-eight as it became known by Allied troops) had a high muzzle velocity to allow it to reach the higher ranges modern bombers were capable of at the time. This would make it an exceptionally deadly anti-tank weapon as many Allied tank crews would learn to their peril. The 88 could also be deployed as a conventional artillery piece – as one infantryman noted, the 88 was 'anti-everything'...
     
    The 88’s fearsome reputation grew immensely during its service in the Western Desert where it was one of the very few weapons capable of dealing with the British Matilda II infantry tanks.
     
    Capable of firing accurately whilst still attached to its wheeled carriages, penetrating armour plate up to 108mm thick at ranges of up to 1,100 yards,  the 88 could be fully deployed onto its cruciform firing platform and ready to fire in around two and a half minutes.
     
    Many 88s were fitted with a large gunshield although in the desert there were many examples of this being dispensed with.
     
    In Bolt Action
     
    Use the Flak 37 just like Rommel did in the Western Desert, well placed with an open field of fire as far back out of reach of enemy units as possible and well dug in. Utilize the Super-heavy anti-tank gun on a rotating platform to blast apart enemy armour from far distances. With the addition of a spotter in a forward deployment position relaying coordinates, nothing will be safe!
     
    Bolt Action Profile:
     
    Cost: 128pts (inexperienced), 160pts (Regular), 192pts (Veteran).
    Teams: 7 Men
    Weapons: 1 Super-heavy anti-tank gun on a rotating platform.
    Options: - May add a spotter for +10 points
    Special Rules: - Gun Shield - Team Weapon - Fixed - Flak - Versatile
    Found in: Page 41 of the Armies of Germany 2nd Edition book  
    In the Box
     
    This Flak 37 kit is supplied with 8.8cm shells and shell cases and can be built to both traverse and elevate - neither enemy armour nor aircraft will be safe!
     
    Contains:
     
    One 1/56 scale hard plastic WWII 8.8cm Flak 37 dual-purpose AA/AT gun
    7 metal German DAK crew
    Bolt Action stat card
    Full-colour waterslide decal sheet
    Construction leaflet
    402012034
    £22.50
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  • Afrika Korps HQ

    German officers were capable and often experienced leaders. Junior officers were trained to undertake the role of their immediate superiors, enabling them to use their initiative to take control of situations when necessary.
     
    Pack contains 5 HQ Command figures.
    403012027
    £6.30
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  • Afrika Korps Medium Mortar Team

    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 a rate of fire of 15-20 rounds per minute. It was carried by its crew in three pieces: a base plate, tube and bipod.
     
    Pack contains: 3 figures and 1 81 mm mortar.
     
    403012026
    £7.20
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  • Afrika Korps MMG Team

    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'.
     
    Unlike other armies, the Germans used the same machine gun both as a squad weapon from its bipod and as a tripod-mounted support weapon. The tripod mounted provided a much more stable firing platform and made it easier to keep up a sustained fire using a belt feed.
     
    Pack contains: 3 figures and 1 MMG.
    403012025
    £7.20
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  • Afrika Korps Motorcycle

    Key to the campaign waged in the Western Desert was mobility in order to cross the vast sandy deserts. As a result both sides relied heavily on tanks and transports. Amongst these were the BMW 75 and Zundapp motorcycles utilised by the Deutsche Afrika Korps and adding extra speed and manoeuvrability to your Afrika Korps force.

    The riders are separate from the motorcycle so you can easily mix and match as you prefer. For instance, you could add the pillion rider to the back of the Motorcycle and sidecar combination. These models also utilise our Figure Head system so you have choose which heads to build them with as well as having freedom of positioning.

    This Warlord Games pack contains 1 metal motorbike with 1 metal rider and 1 metal pillion.
    WGB-AK-22
    £6.30
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  • Afrika Korps Pak 36 Light Anti-tank Gun

    The standard issue German anti-tank gun in 1939, it equipped the Panzerjäger battalions (Pak is short for Panzerabwehrkanone – anti-tank gun, and 36 indicates the year the weapon was designed). It was arguably the best antitank gun in the world at the onset of war, but was quickly outclassed by heavier armour on enemy tanks.
     
    Still, 15,000 were produced for Germany and its allies, and it was still in service in 1945. 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.
     
    Contains 1 metal anti-tank gun and 3 crew.
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  • Afrika Korps Starter Army

    Afrika Korps Starter Army

    With the Infamous 88, a Panzer III tank and 30 + men to command this is the German Afrika Korps Starter army you must have!
     
    Sent to North Africa to bolster the Axis war effort in the Western Desert, the Deutsches Afrika Korps, under their mercurial leader – Erwin Rommel, the Desert Fox – pushed the armies of the British Commonwealth almost to breaking point, earning the respect of the opponents in the dust-filled, scorching climate.
     
    This boxed set gives you all you need to start playing with Erwin Rommel's Afrika Korps as they face the forces of the British Commonwealth in the searing heat of the North African and Tunisian campaigns.
     
    Providing a strong core of infantry, support weapons, a Panzer III medium tank and the deadly '88' anti-tank gun this set is a great starting point for your adventures in the Western Desert. Will Rommel, The Desert Fox overcome his British opponents, the Desert Rats?
     
    Afrika Korps Starter Army contains:
     
    36 x Afrika Korps infantry (plastic)
    1 x Afrika Korps 8.8cm Flak 37 (plastic) with 7-man crew (metal)
    1 x Afrika Korps MMG team (metal)
    1 x Afrika Korps 81mm medium mortar team (metal)
    1 x Panzer III medium tank (plastic)
    Assembly and painting instructions, stat cards, full-colour decal sheets, vehicle damage markers, and plastic bases
     
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  • Afrika Korps Support Group

    This set contains:
     
    1 x DAK HQ
    1 x DAK Machine Gun Team
    1 x DAK 8th Army Medium Mortar
    Afrika Korps HQ
     
    German officers were capable and often experienced leaders. Junior officers were trained to undertake the role of their immediate superiors, enabling them to use their initiative to take control of situations when necessary. The Afrika Korps (DAK) proved this through consistent victories as well as elusiveness in retreat.
     
    Afrika Korps Medium Machine Gun
     
    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'. Unlike other armies, the Germans used the same machine gun both as a squad weapon from its bipod and as a tripod-mounted support weapon. The tripod mounted provided a much more stable firing platform and made it easier to keep up a sustained fire using a belt feed.
     
    Afrika Korps Medium Mortar
     
    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 a rate of fire of 15-20 rounds per minute. It was carried by its crew in three pieces: a base plate, tube and bipod.
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  • Age of Bronze Hail Caesar Supplement

    For two thousand years; from 3000 BC to 1000 BC, warriors fought battles with weapons of bronze. This gleaming red-gold metal is an alloy of copper and tin. The warrior nobles rode into battle in chariots and were clad in bronze armour. Their followers gripped bronze thrusting spears, battle-axes and slashing swords. Battle was a dazzling sight as weapons and armour glinted in the sun amid the clash of bronze against bronze and the clatter of charging chariots. This was the heroic age of legend! When the sand and rubble is cleared away from the mighty ruins of the temples, tombs and strongholds of this time; the tales of these battles are revealed inscribed in stone and on the imperishable tablets of baked clay.

    Around the ancient carvings of the warriors, which inspire the model soldiers depicted in this book, are the reports of their deeds on the battlefield. From what they tell us we can recreate battles for our model armies. In this book you will find many battle scenarios and skirmishes all based on real events. We begin with the Sumerians, rival city states. Then we see the rise and fall of the first great empire of the Akkadians. Ancient Egyptians fight to unite their nation and repel Hyksos invaders. The mighty Hammurabi takes on rivals to create the kingdom of Babylon. The chariot Empires of the Hittites and Mitanni clash and try and hold their own against the New Kingdom Pharaohs and the Mycenaeans. Egyptian and Canaanite chariots battle on the plain of Megiddo. Heroes fight duels upon the plain of Troy. Then Sea Peoples and Habiru tribes challenge the chariot lords as we approach the dramatic end of Bronze Age.

    Age of Bronze contains 32 scenarios - in addition to the traditional Hail Caesar massed battles we introduce skirmish rules for smaller scale conflicts between warbands so often seen during this period.
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  • Age of Caesar Rulebook

    Age of Caesar Rulebook from Warlord Games contains 61 pages.

    With this supplement for Hail Caesar we invite you to come, see and conquer for yourself in a series of new scenarios representing key battles in the career of Julius Caesar. We take a detailed look at the armies of Rome and her enemies, and we consider the lives of some of the greatest Roman commanders of them all, together with suitable rules to represent them on the tabletop.

    A copy of the Hail Caesar rulebook is required to use this supplement.

    NOT SUPPLIED WITH PICTURED MINIATURE

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  • Age of Caesar, Hail Caesar Supplement

    Gaius Julius Caesar was surely the most famous Roman of all time – conqueror, statesman and founder of an empire that would shape the destiny of the world. What’s more, we know just how great a commander he was because he took the trouble to write and tell us so, recording his heroic exploits in all their gloriously impressive detail.

    Join the mighty Caesar at the beginning of his glittering career of conquest and refight one of his most famous battles against those heinous enemies of civilisation, the dreaded Germans led by none other than that ambitious fiend Ariovistus of the Suebi.

    March with Caesar’s legions into the land of implacable savages as our hero subjugates the barbarous Gauls and confronts that most dangerous of moustachioed monstrosities the treacherous chieftain of the Arverni tribe, Vercingetorix.

    Cross the Rubicon and cast your own dice as Caesar pursues his rival Romans across continents in the Roman Civil War, facing his most deadly challenge yet in the form of famed conqueror of the East, Pompey the Great. Fight by Caesar’s side as he wages war for mastery of the Roman World upon battlefields soaked in Roman blood.

    Regretfully we cannot tarry, as did Caesar, in the arms of Egypt’s beautiful Queen Cleopatra, but we can join him for the concluding battles of the Civil War in Africa, where we shall at last confront Caesar’s relentless opponents together with the armies of that inveterate enemy of Rome, King Juba of Numidia.

    With this supplement for Hail Caesar we invite you to come, see and conquer for yourself in a series of new scenarios representing key battles in the career of Julius Caesar. We take a detailed look at the armies of Rome and her enemies, and we consider the lives of some of the greatest Roman commanders of them all, together with suitable rules to represent them on the tabletop.

    A copy of the Hail Caesar rulebook is required to use this supplement.
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  • Albion Triumphant Black Powder Supplement

    Chronicling the Flanders and Peninsular Campaigns during the Napoleonic Wars, Albion Triumphant is the first of two books covering the battles involving the British forces. Of course, it also looks at the French, Spanish and Portugese in depth too! 112 pages of Napoleonic army lists, background, troop stats and scenarios make this an absolute must for lovers of Black Powder, of Napoleonic gaming or simply of gloriously produced wargaming books! You will need the Black Powder rulebook (below) to use Albion Triumphant.

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  • Albion Triumphant Volume 2 – The Hundred Days campaign

    On a damp, overcast Sunday in June 1815, twenty years of continuous warfare – the Napoleonic Wars – came to a violent and bloody conclusion on a rain-soaked field in Belgium. These wars were truly a world affair, with European powers fighting battles not only on the mainland of Europe but as far as India, Egypt, the Caribbean and America. The greatest generals of the age finally faced each other on the field of battle; The Duke of Wellington, rooted to a little-known ridge, faced, the Emperor of the French. Napoleon Bonaparte, master of the attack, opposed brigades of British, Germans, Dutch and Belgians; brigades of an infamous army that, despite horrific casualties, clung to the ridge for over nine hours to ensure that the arrival of Blücher’s Prussian army would put the Duke’s victory beyond doubt. The Battle of Waterloo became a true landmark in miltary history, one that will never fade, and nothing on such a grand scale would be seen again. This supplement for Black Powder overviews the main battles, armies and personalities of the Hundred Days campaign, and includes army lists, scenarios and special rules to enable you to re-fight them using the Black Powder rules. Featured conflicts include: • Quatre Bras & Ligny (16th June 1815) • Hougoumont (18th June 1815) • Waterloo (18th June 1815) 132 pages of Napoleonic army lists, background, troop stats and scenarios make this an absolute must for lovers of Black Powder, of Napoleonic gaming or simply of gloriously produced wargaming books! You will need the Warlord Games Black Powder Rule Book to use Albion Triumphant.

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  • Allied Grizzly Medium Walker

    Allied Grizzly Medium Walker was the first truly practical walker designed using Rift technology; the Grizzly is a watchword in rugged and practical design. Armed with the proven 75mm gun and a .50 HMG, the Grizzly is versatile and adaptable.

    More useful are perhaps the powerful arms that can smash tanks and clear obstacles. Well-liked by its crews, the Grizzly is considered a better infantry support option than the Sherman, particularly in urban environments where it can carry out improvised route clearance and help build defensive obstacles.

    The 75mm gun was chosen ahead of the 76mm for its improved HE round, often the most heavily used ammunition in an engagement. Used by American and British forces the Grizzly is a perfect addition to all allied forces!

    This Warlord Games box contains 1 metal and resin model.

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  • American Infantry Plastic Boxed Set

    Designed to be equipped for use in all theatres of the war in which American soldiers fought and at anytime during America's involvement in the conflict, these great multi-pose plastics allow you loads of options - you can even use them as Free French or Brazilians during WWII and they're also ideal for us as American soldiers during the Korean War! Box contains 25 plastic infantry Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

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  • American Infantry Squad in Winter Clothing

    This Warlord Box Contains a 10-man US Infantry Squad in winter fatigues:

    1 NCO with SMG
    2 soldiers with BARs
    7 soldiers with rifles/carbines

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  • American M21 Mortar Carrier Half Track

    Bringing support fire to your mobile forces with the M21 Mortar carrier, ideal for winkling out those dug in infantry!

    By the middle of the war the US Army could field legions of tanks and support vehicles, backed by the industrial might of the USA. Using their reliable M3 Half-track as a basis, they created the M21, a mobile mortar carrier that could keep up with advancing tanks and armoured infantry. This useful vehicle carried the simple but effective 81mm mortar, with 97 ready-use rounds, and crewed by a team of six men.

    In general the mortar would be carried to a firing position and deployed, however it was not uncommon to sight and fire the mortar straight from the half-track, keeping the team on the move if needs be and sheltering from shrapnel or small arms fire. 110 M21s were built by the White company and saw service in Western Europe, predominantly by US forces, but some were also deployed by the Free French. The best tactic in Bolt Action is to shoot and scoot, before return fire catches you

    This fantastic Warlord Games support Half-track comes complete 1 pintle-mounted HMG, 1 hull-mounted rear facing medium mortar and a full decal sheet.

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  • Ancient Oakland 10mm Tufts

    Product comes with a selection of 10mm tufts, designed to be peeled off and placed onto any base with ease!
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  • Anglo-Zulu War: Married Zulu Regiment (1879)

    The Zulu army was a formidable foe. Well-trained, well-led, and well-equipped for campaigns, the Zulu regiments were the terror of Africa. Created by the great Shaka, founder of the nation, each regiment was composed of small companies who trained together, and a regiment could be 1,000 men strong.They were then brigaded together to form divisions that could move at great speed and with drilled precision, forming the classic Zulu attack formation of the Horns of the Buffalo. The military system formed units into married and unmarried units, so a cadre of young men would be forced to remain unmarried on the King's orders until they had “washed their spears” in the blood of their enemies. They are armed with throwing spears, smoothbore muskets and the deadly stabbing short spear whilst their patterned ox-hide shields help identify their parent regiment. Once they were blooded, and only then, would they sew in the characteristic head ring which is the symbol of a mature and married warrior, showing his much enhanced status in society. These then are the finest warriors of a fierce and proud army of 40,000 men, eager to preserve Zululand from all invaders, Swazi, Boer or British! Contains: Plastic components to make 32 Married Zulus 1 metal InDuna on foot with several weapon options

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  • Anglo-Zulu War: Natal Native Contingent 1879

    Largely being used as support for the Main British forces in South Africa they became the main defense force against the Zulu forces. Recruited from the local populace, mainly from the Basuto and Mponso tribes, this force excelled in dealing with Zulu due to an extensive history of fighting them.
     
    Given mainly menial labouring jobs they eventually saw action on the front with varying results, some fighting hard and to the last man alongside their British comrades, whilst others they broke alongside the NCO's. In either case, even if they fight today or tomorrow, they will certainly fight to the last.
     
    Providing support for the British army these loyal chaps are just the job whether you're looking to refight Isandlwana, Ulundi, or the other battles during 1879.
     
    Contains:
     
    Enough plastic components to make 32 Natal Native Contingent.
    A detailed Booklet containing the history and Black Powder profile of the Natal Native Contingent.
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  • Anglo-Zulu War: Zulu Starter Army 1879

    60 plastic multi-pose unmarried Zulu warriors 60 plastic multi-pose married Zulu warriors 1 metal Empress Miniatures mounted InDuna 1 metal Empress Miniatures Zulu runner 1 metal Empress Miniatures Witch Doctor.

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  • Anti Tank Flak Bunker

    This Flak Bunker is based on the R677 bunker template with dual purpose anti-tank and anti-aircraft capability. Commonly house either 7.5cm anti-tank guns and light anti-aircraft guns such as the 2cm, 3.7cm and quad 2cm flak guns they provided deadly firepower capable of striking invaders as they landed as well, at sea and protection from Allied air attack.
     
    The Atlantic Wall on the coastal areas of North West Europe was ringed by hundreds of these dual-purpose bunkers amongst many other types, providing a fearsome barrier for the invading British,?Canadian and US?troops to breach during the Normandy landings on D-Day...
     
    This plastic kit contains one hard plastic R677-style bunker. In addition to a removable roof to allow access to your figures, the rear doors are fully openable allowing defenders to sally forth or assaulting troops to attempt to crack open this heavy defence!
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  • Anti Tank Obstacles

    Anti Tank Obstacles - another great plastic terrain piece for World War II battlefields The development of fast-moving reliable tanks led to many ideas of how to slow or destroy them. Large shaped blocks of concrete, strengthened with a steel core, often called Dragon's Teeth were a good way to block a vehicle's progress.

    Equally, infantry had to be stopped or channeled away, so engineers on all sides were kept busy constructing wooden and steel frames that held long rolls of taught barbed wire, solid enough to keep away all but the most determined men.

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  • Armed Trawler

    In Cruel Seas, the focus may be on the fast MTB's but these boats were also ably supported by many hundreds of other craft, from purpose-built landing ships, sloops and corvettes to converted trawlers thrust into the joys of minesweeping.

    There is great fun in researching these plucky little vessels, and even greater pleasure in gaming them on the wargames table. What they may lack in speed, armour or hitting power, they make up for in character, specialisation and being economic to field in your flotillas.

    Contains:

    1x resin & metal armed trawler
    Ship card
    Wake marker
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  • Armies of France and The Allies Rulebook

    World War II was truly a world war, and many nations joined the fight against Germany and the Axis. This latest supplement for Bolt Action covers the armies of France, Poland, Greece, Norway, Holland and Belgium that stood against the German Blitzkrieg, as well as the resistance forces that sprung up in the aftermath of occupation.

    A copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement. 108 page softback book

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  • Armies of Germany 2nd Edition Bolt Action Supplement

    'Armies of Germany 2nd Edition' is a supplement for the award winning tabletop wargame Bolt Action, and deals with the German Army of World War II. Within you will find background and details of the German Army’s organisation and equipment from the beginning of the war (the invasion of Poland in 1939) to the very end (the fall of Berlin in 1945).

    Central to this book is its Army List. This includes all the information you will need to play games using the German Army. This large list details all the main troop types, vehicles and equipment fielded by the Germany Army during World War II. Alongside this main list are a number of Theatre Selectors, which give the force details for different periods and theatres of the war. These are not definitive, but are designed to give a theatre-specific flavour and character to a force. Over six years of fighting the German Army changed a lot, and many units and vehicles that were common in 1939 were obsolete by 1945 - and there were countless oddities and exceptions on every front. These sub-lists allow players to select forces suitable for the theatre in which they are playing.

    What's New? We've taken the opportunity to include additional units and options, we've revised a few points costs here-and-there, and made some more changes to bring the book more in-line with the rest of the range... here's a teaser of what you'll find inside...

    Army Special Rules

    German forces now have FOUR Army Special Rules - some of which you'll be familiar with, some you won't...

    • Blitzkrieg - German officers were expected to act on initiative and take decisions on the field based on their judgement rather than wait for orders or confirmation from HQ. This made them very effective tactical commanders and made the Wehrmacht a formidably reactive force. This offers a bonus for German officers when they use the '‘You men, snap to action’' Special Rule, giving them more influence.
    • Initiative Training - Even at squad level, in the German army every man is trained with some of the skills of his superiors, and encouraged to show initiative and decisiveness rather than just sit and wait to receive orders. This Rule provides a little relief if squad leaders are KIA - as other squad members may adopt their roles
    • Hitler's Buzzsaw - German-made machine guns, but in particular the lethal MG42, are vastly superior to their enemies’ and rightly feared by Allied infantrymen. Carried over from the First Edition book, this rule combines with the MG boost brought-in with the Second Edition rules - making German MGs even more lethal...!
    • Tiger Fear - Such was the lethal reputation of Tiger tanks, that often Allied troops were spooked by the appearance of any German heavy armour, mistakenly thinking that any Panzer IV was a Tiger waiting in ambush! Any vehicle with the 'Tiger Fear' rule conveys a negative modifier to any enemy unit within line of sight's Morale...
    • New Units - We've also compiled the German Additional Units and Special Rules which we published elsewhere (in other books, and/or online) into the book - including the likes of Night Fighting Units, and more!

    Couple all of this with tactical notes, invaluable historical background text, gorgeous artwork and reference imagery from the masterful Peter Dennis and Osprey Publishing, and Armies of Germany 2nd Edition is the must-have Bolt Action book for all German generals out in the field!

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  • Armies of Great Britain Rulebook

    With this latest supplement for Bolt Action, players can now build an army for Great Britain and the Commonwealth. From early campaigns in Europe to the deserts of North Africa and the jungles of the Far East, British forces faced the Axis threat. The army lists presented here have all the information needed to field such elite units as the Paras, Commandos, Chindits and SAS alongside the steadfast ‘Tommy’. Contents Introduction Army Lists Theatres Written by Jake Thornton, a copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement.

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  • Armies of Imperial Japan Rulebook

    Following the assault on Pearl Harbor, the Imperial Japanese military saw action across Asia, from the capture and defence of the islands of the Pacific to the occupation of territory in China and Burma. With this latest supplement for Bolt Action, players have all the information they need to build a force of the Emperor’s fanatically loyal troops and campaign through some of the most brutal battles of the war. Contents Introduction Army Lists Theatres Written by Agis Neugebauer, a copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement.

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  • Armies of Italy & The Axis

    This book provides Bolt Action players with all of the information they need to field the military forces of Germany's allies. While many nations flocked to the side of the Allies, others joined forces with Germany as part of the Axis. This volume is the definitive guide to the armies of Italy, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania and Finland. Fight the Winter War against the Soviets, hold back the British in North Africa, or help shore up the German offensives on the Eastern Front with this latest supplement for Bolt Action. A copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement.

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  • Armies of the Soviet Union

    This book provides Bolt Action players with all of the information they need to field the military forces of the Soviet Union. From the bitter urban warfare of Stalingrad, through the Winter War against Finland and the final drive to Berlin, the detailed army lists provided in this supplement allow players to construct Soviet armies for any theatre and any year of the war. Contents Introduction Army Lists Theatres Written by Andy Chambers, a copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement.

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  • Armies of the United States Rulebook

    With this supplement for Bolt Action, players have all the information they need to field the military forces of the United States of America.

    Entering the war after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States immediately went to war on several fronts. In Europe and Africa, American troops battled against the Germans and Italians, while in the Pacific they faced the forces of Imperial Japan. This book allows players to choose from dozens of different troop types including Sherman tanks, Marine raiders, and paratroopers, and build a US force to fight in any theatre of the war.

    Contents - Introduction; Army Lists; Theatres.  Written by Massimo Torriani, a copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement.

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  • Armoured Fury - Bolt Action Tank War Starter Set

    Armoured Fury allows you to dive into action as either an American Sherman tank commander or become a Panzer commander of lethal Panther tanks. Filled with loads of awesome plastic tanks this boxed set is not only a great way to get started with Bolt Action Tank War but is superb value too!

    The Armoured Fury boxed set contains:

    • Bolt Action mini-rulebook Tank War supplement
    • Scenario booklet
    • 3 plastic 1:56 scale M4 Sherman medium tanks
    • 2 plastic 1:56 scale Panther Ausf. A medium tanks
    • 10 six-sided dice
    • 5 Bolt Action Orders Dice
    • Quick reference sheet
    • 60 card Pin Markers and 2 Rulers (need cutting out) 

    The scenario booklet eases you into the game with four scenarios each escalating in scale until you're ready to add more to your fledgling armoured formations. So whether you're a die-hard Bolt Action player or new to the game completely this will get you up to speed quickly.

    Bolt Action Tank War allows you to play the award-winning Bolt Action game with armoured formations as opposed to the more usual infantry-heavy forces. So, now your tanks can stalk the Normandy bocage, swarm across the open Russian steppes, duel with the enemy in the desert or ambush your foes in the steamy jungles of the Pacific!

    Tank War is an extremely popular way to play Bolt Action and Armoured Fury is the ideal way to join the action!

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  • Artillery Battery

    The effective use of Artillery during this period was still in its infancy. Most guns were heavy and cumbersome, and once deployed usually did not move again during the battle. Trained artillery men were also rare, with soldiers from the ranks often drafted in to help move or man the guns.
     
    Within this boxed set you will find all the parts necessary to create three artillery pieces. This is a choice of barrels allowing you to choose either eight pounder or twelve pounder options. Each gun is manned by four crew, who have a variety of head and arm options to allow you to vary their appearance as much as you wish. Their dress and appearance allows them to be used as generic artillery crew for the majority of European nations during this period. Also included are spare barrels, buckets and roundshot to decorate your artillery bases and to make your guns look like they are in the heat of battle!
     
    You will also find enclosed three mounted officers. These can be used as commanders to direct your artillery or, should you so wish, they can be detached to act as Colonels or Brigade commanders for your infantry or cavalry. Sufficient head and arm options are provided for whichever option you choose to make.
     
    Contains:
     
    3 plastic artillery pieces (with a choice of 8- or 12-pounder barrels)
    12 multi-pose plastic artillery crew.
    3 plastic mounted officers.
    A selection of cannonballs, barrels and buckets.
    Background and construction leaflet.
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  • Ashigaru Missile Troops Pike and Shotte

    The biggest change in the Sengoku period (1467-1603) would affect the role of missile troops in battle. At the start of the period, these were all armed with the yumi (bow) and fought in coordinated units to pepper the enemy with their arrows. This bow, like the equivalent English Longbow, took many years training to perfect but was deadly when used correctly. Due to the training needed there were never as many yumi armed troops as a daimyo may have wanted!

    This product contains:

    20 plastic Ashigaru with bow and arquebus
    Decal sheet with Takeda clan markings
    Assembly leaflet
    Plastic bases

    This would change with the introduction of firearms in 1543 via some Portuguese merchants. It did not take long for clever daimyos to see the opportunity they provided. As in Europe, the relative lack of training needed to use one meant Teppo (muskets) rapidly replaced the yumi as the missile weapon of choice.

    From having no gunpowder weapons before their introduction within 60 years teppo would outnumber yumi on the battlefield by a ratio of 4 or 5 to 1. However the yumi did not disappear, there would always be yumi armed troops amongst the teppo to help protect them while they reload.
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  • Ashigaru Spearmen Pike & Shotte

    Ashigaru Spearmen Pike & Shotte

     

    Ashigaru (literally “light foot”) were so named as they had lighter armour than the Samurai. They also formed the bulk of the armies of the day. Each Samurai was expected to provide two armed Ashigaru. Many of these would be armed with the yari (spear).
     
    This product contains:
     
    20 plastic Ashigaru with Yari spears
    Decal sheet with Takeda clan markings
    Assembly leaflet
    Plastic bases
    These are not the pike blocks of contemporary Europe as the Ashigaru were trained to fight in a looser formation, travel quicker and their spear was for slicing and thrusting. Many a battle was won by the Ashigaru, especially if cavalry were foolish enough to attack them from the front.
     
    As time went on in the Sengoku (1467-1603) period the proportion of Ashigaru spearmen increased. Their relative ease and speed of training meant they were easier to replace (and cheaper). Marching into battle with drums beating, worn on the backs of troops and beaten by the man behind, and displaying their masters Mon on their sashimono, they would be a formidable sight to behold. Tokugawa Ieyasu, the Shogun that pacified Japan, was himself the son of an Ashigaru.
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  • Australia Jungle Division Infantry Section

    Australia Jungle Division Infantry Section had vastly more short-ranged firepower, 981 SMGs as to the previous 400, for instance. The lack of roads or open terrain saw the men of now unnecessary support, transport and anti-aircraft units reassigned to the rifle platoons. The number of field engineers was doubled to overcome the thousands of rivers needing to be crossed and to deal with Japanese booby traps.

    This Bolt Action Warlord Games box contains: 

    • 1 NCO with SMG
    • 2-man Bren Gun LMG team
    • 4 soldiers with rifles
    • 3 soldiers with SMGs
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  • Australian Independent Commando Squad

    Australian Independent Commando Squad Contains a 10-man section:

    • 1 NCO with SMG
    • 2-man Bren Gun LMG team
    • 3 commandos with rifles
    • 4 commandos with SMGs
    402211202
    £13.50
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  • Autumn 10mm Tufts

    Product comes with a selection of 10mm tufts, designed to be peeled off and placed onto any base with ease!
    803510012
    £6.99
     

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  • Band of Brothers Bolt Action Starter Set

    Band of Brothers is the new Starter Set for the Bolt Action game, this time featuring German Grenadiers against a brand new plastic infantry set, the elite US Airborne:

    Band Of Brothers Contents:

    • 24 New Plastic US Airborne
    • 12 Plastic German Grenadiers
    • Plastic SdKfz 251/10 AusfD. 3.7cm PaK half track
    • Plastic Ruined Farm or Plastic Wrecked House
    • A5 Softback Bolt Action 2 Rules Book
    • Quick Start Guide
    • Quick Reference Sheet
    • 12 Plastic Pin Markers
    • Plastic Templates and Tokens
    • Construction Diagrams
    • 10 Six Sided Dice
    • 10 Order Dice
    401510001
    £63.00
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  • Banzai! Imperial Japaneses Starter Army

    Banzai! Imperial Japaneses Starter Army

    Boxed set contains the following:
     
    1 metal officer
    48 plastic infantry
    1 metal medium mortar team
    1 metal medium machine gun team
    1 plastic Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank
    Bolt Action stat card
    Vehicle damage markers
    The contents of the boxed were based on the following Bolt Action 1,000 point Imperial Japanese army list:
     
    Rikugun Chui (First Lieutenant) and two soldiers Regular* 95 pts
    IJA Infantry Squad Regular (10 men with SMG and LMG)* 123 pts
    IJA Infantry Squad Regular (10 men with SMG and LMG)* 123 pts
    IJA Infantry Squad Regular (10 men with SMG and LMG)* 123 pts
    IJA Grenadier squad Regular (14 men with SMG and 3 light mortars)* 218 pts
    Suicide anti-tank team Regular (one man with lunge mine)* 20 pts
    Suicide anti-tank team Regular (one man with lunge mine)* 20 pts
    Medium Machine Gun team Regular 50 pts
    Medium Mortar team Regular 65 pts
    Veteran Chi-Ha medium tank 162 pts Total: 999 pts
     
    * Made from the components of the plastic sprues included
    402616001
    £81.00
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  • Barbed Wire 28mm

    Introduce barbed wire to your games with this terrain from Warlord Games, easy to use just cut to the size you require. This Warlord games pack is suiutable for any 28mm scale game

    WG-TER-47
    £3.60
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  • Battle for the Pacific - Victory at Sea starter game

    Victory at Sea is the game of naval combat during the Second World War. Throughout 1939–45, the nations of the world duelled across the oceans across the globe, only to discover the fundamental nature of naval warfare changing in the face of rapidly developing technologies. Now you can play out these confrontations on the tabletop with entire fleets drawn from the Royal Navy, US Navy, Imperial Japanese Navy, German Kriegsmarine or any of the other nations featured in Victory at Sea.
     
    From skirmishes involving single destroyers hunting down merchantmen to the clashing of massive battleships, from invasions of islands across the Pacific to mastering waves of dive bombers, Victory at Sea enables you to fight exciting battles that take place on the oceans of World War II.
     
    The Battle for the Pacific starter set focuses primarily on actions in the seas of the Far East – the Imperial Japanese Navy and the mighty US Navy clashing for control of the islands, resources and seas of the Pacific Theatre. The Victory at Sea rules manual presented in this starter game contain all you need to know to begin playing with the fleets included.
     
    Contents:
     
    A4 Battle of the Pacific Rules manual
    Die-cut game tokens sheet
    15 Warlord Resin model ships:
    USS Indianapolis 1944
    USS Northampton 1942
    USS Chicago 1942
    Mogami 1939
    Kumano 1944
    Furutaka 1939
    Fubuki-class Destroyer x3
    Fletcher-class Destroyer x 6
    Ship Cards and damage sliders x 15
    Ten-sided dice x 4
    Six-sided dice x 12
    A0 Sea Mat x2
    Ships are in Warlord Resin
    741510001
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  • Battle of the Bulge Rulebook

    Battle of the Bulge Rulebook from Warlord Games for Bolt Action contains 124 pages.

    Battle Of The Bulge is a campaign expansion to Bolt Action & compatible with both 1st and 2nd editions. Crammed with scenarios, new units and new rules whilst still giving some historical background for context. Everything you need to explore one of the most complex series of engagements in the European Theatre of Operations is within the 124 pages of this full colour book. Battle Of The Bulge campaign book is divided into easy sections that take a brief look at a particular historical time frame, the combatants involved (including any special characters that made an appearance) - then move on to introduce the special Bolt Action scenario, with any special rule or new units clearly explained, along with the recommended force selectors to use when preparing your forces.

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  • Battlefield Debris

    Nothing makes a wargame better than fighting over great looking scenery. From a military checkpoint to the contents of a destroyed home, and from sandbag emplacements to ruined walls, this plastic set brings your wargames to life! Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    402010002
    £45.00
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  • Battleground Europe D Day To Germany - Bolt Action Theatre Book

    This first supplement deals with the final phase of World War II in Western Europe. It covers the build-up to the Invasion of Normandy, the fight through bocage country, the snowy forests of the Ardennes, and follows the combatants through to the crumbling of the Third Reich and German surrender.

    This theatre book is a supplement to the tabletop wargame Bolt Action and it’s goal is to describe the context for games set within this phase of the war. What was it like to storm the beaches of Normandy? How formidable was the bocage country? What was it like to fight in the snowy forests of the Ardennes?

    You will find several scenarios within the book some depicting actual historical battles while others offer a view on typical operations with the aim to give a sense of what the fighting was like. Additional units have also been included in the book, giving you something new to stretch your opponents with!

    Take the fight to the enemy with this new theatre book for Bolt Action. From the D-Day landings to the final battle for Berlin, this volume gives players everything they need to focus their gaming on these final campaigns in the European Theatre of Operations. Scenarios and special rules offer something for all Bolt Action players, regardless of the armies they collect. 

    A copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement.

    BP1454
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  • Belgian Army HQ

    Like most European armies, Belgian Army officers were recruited from the upper-middle class of society. Officers were well-educated and affluent. They were confident and trained on par with their French and British counterparts.
     
    Pack contains: 4 command figures.
    403017301
    £5.40
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  • Belgian Army Infantry Squad

    A Belgian infantry section consists of ten men. A section is led by a sergeant carrying either a MP-28 submachine gun or a Fusil 1889 rifle. The sergeant is supported by a corporal carrying a rifle. The Fusil-mitrailleur 1930 (FM 30) Browning Light Machine Gun or "Belgian BAR" served as the section LMG, which was carried and operated by one man. The remaining seven riflemen carried the Fusil 1889 rifle, one of which is a dedicated rifle grenadier carrying a rifle adapted to shoot grenades.
    403017307
    £13.50
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  • Belgian Army Light Mortar & Sniper Teams

    The Belgian sniper carried and operated the Fusil Mle 1935 rifle. Firing a 7.56mm round and with a scope attached, this rifle was lethal in the hands of a marksman.
     
    The Belgian Army was armed with the Lance DBT 50mm Light Mortar. Similar in design and the same calibre as the Japanese knee mortar, this weapon provided Belgian platoons with close infantry support and was capable of firing 20 rounds per minute.
    403017305
    £5.40
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  • Belgian Army Medium Mortar

    The Belgians used the 81mm Brandt mle 27/31 as its medium mortar support weapon. It was an effective weapon that was used by many nations. The Belgians also had a number of 7.58cm minenwerfer of World War I vintage.
    403017304
    £7.20
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  • Beyond the Gates of Antares Starter Set

    The Gates of Antares starter set contains everything you need to start gaming including complete tabletop wargame rules army list, battle scenarios and two opposing forces: the Concord and Ghar.

    • Full colour 260-page hardback rulebook.
    • Quick reference sheet.
    • Getting started booklet.
    • 3 multi-pose plastic Ghar Battle Squad walkers.
    • 3 multi pose plastic Ghar Assault Squad walkers.
    • 20 multi-pose plastic Concord Strike Troopers.
    • 4 plastic Concord support drones.
    • 8 plastic spotter drones.
    • Strike Leader Kai Lek Atastrin metal figure.
    • 12 order dice.
    • Ghar distort dice.
    • 13 Polyhedral dice.
    • Launch Edition plastic templates and tokens.
    • 12 red plastic pin markers.

    Due toi the weight of this box there is a £6.00 delivery charge, which will be added at the checkout.

    WGA-START-01
    £63.00
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  • Biker Gang Project Z

    Biker Gang Project Z contains enough plastic parts to make 6 bikers including 2 bikes plus a stunning Gang Leader model with pillion rider (and lots of weapon options!). Also includes game cards unique to this expansion set. For use with Project Z Zombie Miniatures Game.
    WGZ-ZOM-03
    £22.50
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  • Biritish Flamethrower and Combat Engineers

    Pack contains 5 metal figures.
    WGB-BI-49
    £6.30
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  • Black Powder Armed Colonial Settlers

    Description
     
    Contains: 8 metal foot figures.
     
    Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
     
    WG7-FIW-49
    £10.80
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  • Black Powder British Characters

    Description
     
    Contains: 1x mounted & 2 dismounted Characters
     
    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    303013206
    £8.00
     

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  • Black Powder British Grenadiers

    Description

     

    Contains: 8 metal British Grenadiers

    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    303013208
    £10.80
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  • Black Powder British Light Infantry

    Description

     

    Contains: 8 metal British Light Infantry

    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    303013202
    £10.80
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  • Black Powder British Regulars on Campaign

    Description

     

    Contains: 8 metal British Regulars

    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    303013203
    £10.80
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  • Black Powder Colonial Provincial Regiment

    Description

     

    Contains: 12 metal Colonials

    302213806
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  • Black Powder Crimean War British Hussars

    Includes:

    8 Metal British Hussar cavalry
    302213803
    £21.60
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  • Black Powder Crimean War British Lancers

    Includes:

    8 Metal British Lancer cavalry
    302213804
    £21.60
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  • Black Powder Crimean War British Line Infantry Regiment

    Includes:

    24 metal British Line Infantry
    302213807
    £25.20
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  • Black Powder Crimean War British Royal Artillery with 9-pdr Cannon

    Includes:

    1 Royal Artillery 9-pdr cannon and 4 crew
    303013816
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  • Black Powder Crimean War Russian Foot Artillery with 12-pdr Cannon

    Includes:

    1 metal Russian foot artillery with 12-pdr cannon
    303013815
    £10.80
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  • Black Powder Crimean War Russian Line Infantry

    Includes:

    21 plastic Russian Line Infantry
    3 metal Russian command group
    3 plastic skirmishers
    302013801
    £18.00
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  • Black Powder French-Indian War Scenery Pack

    Fresh from the laser bed at Sarissa Precision comes the French Indian War scenery pack, perfect for backwater American settler battlefields!

    Contains:

    • 1x settlers House
    • 1x burned out house
    • 1 bridge
    3050100007
    £27.00
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  • Black Powder Frontiersmen

    Description

     

    Pack contains 6 metal foot figures.

    Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    303013204
    £9.00
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  • Black Powder Highlanders

    Description
     
    Contains: 12 metal Highlanders
     
    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    303013209
    £16.20
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  • Black Powder Indian Characters

    Contains: 4 metal figures

    303013205
    £9.00
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  • Black Powder Last of the Mohicans

    Description

     

    Contains: 6 metal figures

    Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    WG7-FIW-23
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  • Black Powder Marlborough at Blenheim

    Description

     

    Contains: Marquis de Montcalm Mounted and Dismounted

    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

    303015001
    £13.50
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  • Black Powder Roger's Rangers

    Description

    The legends of Robert Rogers and his Rangers have grown in the centuries since they stalked the North American woodlands in pursuit of marauding Indians and dastardly French guerillas. They are widely regarded as peerless trackers and marksmen, able to beat the native American at his own game and outfox Langy's irregulars.

    Contains:

    • Robert Rogers
    • x10 Rangers
    • x1 wolf
    302213805
    £16.20
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  • Black Powder Rulebook II

    This book describes the Black Powder game and its various procedures and rules as played by the authors and their friends. The authors’ aim is to enable and encourage the reader to recreate the great battles of the 18th and 19th centuries with armies of model soldiers on the tabletop.
     
    As well as providing for the fundamentals of warfare such as the command of troops, movement on the battlefield, the effects of musketry and artillery, and the role of morale, the book includes numerous examples of further rules allowing the player to tailor games to their own preferences.
     
    In addition, twelve complete examples of Black Powder battles are included, embracing a range of conflicts throughout the period covered.
     
    Battle of Elixheim – War of the Spanish Succession, 1705
    Battle of Clifton Moor – Jacobite Rising, 1745
    Raid on Fort Ligonier – French and Indian War, 1758
    Battle of Chinsurah – Seven Years’ War, 1759
    Battle of Bunker Hill – American War of Independence, 1775
    Battle of North Point – The War of 1812, 1814
    Quatre Bras – Napoleonic War, 1815
    The Eve of Waterloo – Napoleonic War, 1815
    Battle of Kernstown – American Civil War, 1862
    Battle of Antietam – American Civil War, 1862
    Battle of Dead Man’s Creek – Sioux War, 1876-77
    Action on the iNyezane – Zululand, 1879
     
    If you order direct with us you'll get a free exclusive miniature, the Master and Commander, John Lucky - This offer is subject to availability and offered exclusively to the first 6 customers who buy this and collect this in person from WarGameStore, CH63 6HD Any additional exclusive miniatures will be given out on the same basis.
    301010003
    £31.50
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  • Black Powder: A Dark and Bloody Ground Supplement

    Description
    French and Indian War
     
    Fought between 1754 and 1763, this conflict saw the French and British empires fighting for dominance of Canada and North America. The European armies had to overcome harsh weather conditions and the equally unforgiving wilderness before fighting battles and skirmishes in which little quarter was asked for or given.
     
    Inside
     
    Inside this book, you will find a complete history of the conflict with details of every major battle fought between the two sides. Also included are details of the uniforms, organisation and commanders of the European armies, their colonial regulars and militias, and the various Native American tribes that supported or opposed them. Scenarios are provided for many of the battles of the war along with suggestions for campaign games.
    301013801
    £19.80
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  • Black Seas: 3rd Rates Squadron 1770-1830

    A 3rd rate ship, as defined by the British rating system, was a ship of the line which mounted between 64-80 guns. Usually, this would mean two gun decks. Despite their relative size and power compared to larger 1st and 2nd rates, it was considered that 3rd rates maintained an effective, perhaps even superior balance between sailing ability, firepower and cost. For a number of nations, 3rd rates were the most popular ship size. Cheaper to operate and easier to sail without the sacrifice of offensive capability, the only ships a 3rd rate could not single-handedly engage were larger three-decked ships. A large number of 3rd rates were built and employed on a variety of missions. The Kit The 3rd Rates Squadron kit is generic, meaning you can use it to represent ships of any nation. The frame has options for you to customise your ships, in the form of differing figureheads and stern plates; enabling you to make your fleet truly unique. The 3rd Rates Squadron box contains all you need to get these vessels to the tabletop. These are suitable for navies of any nation. The kit includes a bobbin for rigging your vessels, sails and decals for every nation capable of building & sailing third rates, as well as all the gaming materials for using the vessels in your games of Black Seas. This box set contains: 3 plastic 3rd Rates Printed sails ship cards Wake markers Bobbin for rigging Acetate Ratlines Sheets of flags & pennants

    792010002
    £27.00
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  • Black Seas: British Royal Navy Fleet 1770-1830

    By the late 1700s, Great Britain had established itself as the most prominent and powerful navy of the time. This was mostly due to the discipline and commitment of its sailors, and the quality of the training for its leadership positions. The only way to rise through the ranks of the Royal Navy was to prove your mettle in action and bypassing gruelling exams. This was coupled with a very well managed gunnery programme that trained the men to shoot rapidly and accurately. Why sail the Royal Navy? The Royal Navy's national special rules demonstrate the power of a Royal Navy fleet. Indeed, they'll have a great bearing on how you select the components of your fleet. The quality of the Royal Navy's training is represented by their 'Drilled' special rule, which confers a bonus to shooting, and the 'Admiralty' rule confers an extra level of reliability to each of your ships. As such you may find yourself fielding a smaller number of ships than other fleets, though you'll be able to deck these ships out with upgrades. Each will have a staying power and reliability both in sailing power and in unleashing their weaponry. The Royal Navy is poised to dominate the Black Seas. Contents: 3 plastic frigates 6 plastic brigs 3 plastic third rates 1 resin first-rate 1 bomb ships base A selection of metal figureheads and backplates for famous Royal Navy Ships: HMS Ajax - a 74 gun third-rate ship of the line HMS Colossus - a 74 gun third-rate ship of the line HMS Mars - a 74 gun third-rate ship of the line HMS Indefatigable - a 44 gun frigate from 1795 (she was originally a 64 gun third rate) HMS Euralys - a 36 gun frigate HMS Naiad - a fifth-rate frigate Royal Navy Flags, Sails & rigging sheets + Bobbin for Rigging Game cards and wake markers

    792011001
    £67.50
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  • Black Seas: French 1st Rate Ship-of-the-Line

    1st Rate ships of the line were extremely large and powerful and were a true display of a Navy's power. They were, however, expensive to operate, so their service use was limited in times of peace. In the carronade era, a 1st Rate ship-of-the-line was defined as mounting no less than 100 guns.

    A French Navy 1st Rate can, when using the national special rules, be an extremely resilient foe to dislodge from battle. French ships have access to the 'sturdy' upgrade for a discount, and thus have a significant number of ship point to chew through. Of course, 1st rates are generally very powerful, but point for point, a French 1st rate should be sticking around longer to wreak havoc among your enemy's formations.

    The Kit

    The highly detailed kit comes with optional figureheads (see picture) enabling your 1st Rate to truly stand out. It also comes with a ship card, flag sheet, bobbin for rigging, ratline sheet and wake markers.

    Contains 1 resin & Metal ship
    792412003
    £21.60
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  • Black Seas: French 3rd Rates Squadron

    This box set outfits you with three French Navy Third-Rate-Ships-of-the-line. Building upon the superb third rate plastic sprues, the box contains additional metal components to make the following famous vessels, all of which were present at the Battle of Trafalgar!
     
    Indomptable- A Tonnant-class 80-gun ship of the line, Indomptable was laid down in 1788 and saw active service from 1791. In her first engagement at The Glorious First of June she lost her mast and had to be towed back to Brest.
     
    Under the command of Admirable Villeneuve she went to sea as part of a large fleet bound for the West Indies, but returned for Europe upon news that Nelson had arrived there. In the Battle of Cape Finisterre, a violent artillery exchange was halted by thick fog, an exhausted French fleet thus anchored in Ferrol before sailing on to Cadiz. Admiral Villeneuve, with his command under threat, vowed to meet the British at the Cape of Trafalgar.
     
    At Trafalgar, Indomptable was part of the Spanish line, engaging Vice Admiral Collingwood's flagship HMS Royal Sovereign, as well as HMS Belleisle, HMS Revenge, HMS Dreadnought and HMS Thunderer. Drifting downwind, and out of range, she turned back towards Cadiz but got caught in a rescue operation for Bucentaure which had struck a reef. The following night, Indomptable was caught in a storm and carried onto rocks offshore from Cadiz. Only 150 (of between 100 and 1400 men) are estimated to have survived the wreck.
     
    Formidable- an 80-gun Tonnant-class ship of the line of the French Navy, she was briefly named Figuieres, but this was restored to Formidable prior to her launch at Toulon on 31 May 1795. She participated in the Battle of Algeciras, the Battle of Cape Finisterre and the Battle of Trafalgar - in which she served as the flagship of Rear-Admiral Pierre Dumanoir le Pelley in the six-ship vanguard of the French fleet.
     
    She was captured by the British at the Battle of Cape Ortegal on 4 November 1805. Renamed HMS Brave whilst in service of the Royal Navy, she was eventually sold to be broken up in 1816.
     
    Argonaute- a 74-gun ship of the line of the French Navy. Under Vice-amiral Villaret de Joyeuse, she took part in the expedition to Saint-Domingue in 1802. She took part in the Battle of Trafalgar but managed to return to Cadiz. She could not leave port due to heavy damage and the British blockade, she was eventually exchanged for the Spanish ship Vencedor in December 1806. At this point, she was renamed Argonauta, but was never recommissioned.
     
    Box contains 3 plastic vessels, with metal components
     
    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    792012002
    £33.75
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  • Black Seas: French Navy Fleet 1770-1830

    The French Navy has a history of highs and lows, both in terms of successes in battle and in the number and quality of its ships. In the mid-1700s, after the defeats of the Seven Years’ War, the French Navy was at a nadir. However, due to the efforts of Louis XV and later Louis XVI, France rebuilt and reinforced its fleets with well-designed and well-built ships.

    Why sail the French Navy?

    Though French gunnery and training had formally equalled that of its Spanish and British counterparts prior to the French revolution, those events severely weakened the French Navy. High ranking officers had been removed or even guillotined, and inexperienced crewmen through necessity had been promoted.

    French ships, however, were generally well built, and quick. This is reflected in the national special rules for the French Navy. They are able to purchase both the 'sturdy' and 'streamlined' upgrades for a discounted cost. French crews were also trained to shoot high, in order to capture enemy ships rather than destroy them. As such, they do not suffer the same penalties to hit when aiming high as the other navies do.

    Contents:

    3 plastic frigates
    6 plastic brigs
    3 plastic third rates
    1 resin & metal first-rate
    1 bomb ships base
    A selection of Metal figureheads and backplates to make famous French Navy Ships:
    Redoubtable - a 74 gun third-rate ship of the line
    Themis - a 40 gun frigate
    L'Aigle - a 74 gun third-rate ship of the line
    L'Hermione - a 32 gun frigate
    Comete - a frigate
    Bucentaure - an 80 gun third-rate ship of the line
    French Navy Flags, Sails & rigging sheets + Bobbin for Rigging
    Game cards and wake markers
    792012001
    £67.50
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  • Black Seas: Frigates and Brigs Flotilla 1770-1830

    Frigates

    Frigates were perhaps the hardest-worked of warship types during the Age of Sail. A small warship with a perfect balance of speed, armament and resilience that made it one of the perfect vessels for single-ship action and privateering against merchant ships. It usually had one main gun deck as well as the guns positioned on the top decks. These were categorised as either 5th or 6th rate within the British Rating System, dependent on the number of guns they mounted.

    The 5th rates were the archetypal frigates of the period. Used for single-ship actions and privateering, they could make their crews very rich as a result of the share of the prize money for any captured ship. A frigate was a desirable posting for a Royal Navy officer as they often saw action, so glory and promotion were more likely in addition to monetary benefits.

    Frigates scouted for the fleet, went on commerce-raiding missions and patrols, and conveyed messages and dignitaries. Usually, frigates would fight in small numbers or singly against other frigates. They would avoid contact with ships-of-the-line; Indeed, even in the midst of a fleet engagement, it was bad etiquette for a ship of the line to fire on an enemy frigate which had not fired first... Wargamers take note!

    Brig

    A two-masted square-rigged vessel, with between 10 and 18 cannons, frequently used in combat actions by various navies. Ships with less than 20 cannons were considered Unrated. These were not really meant to participate in large battles – that was the domain of the ships of the line. However, they were the vessels of choice for privateers and still played a valuable role during larger battles, relaying orders and messages in a similar fashion to the 6th rates.

    The Frigates & Brigs Flotilla box contains all you need to get these vessels to the tabletop. These are suitable for navies of any nation. The kit includes a bobbin for rigging your vessels, detailed sails and pennants for every nation, as well as all the gaming materials for using the vessels in your games of Black Seas.

    This box set contains:

    2 plastic frigates & 4 plastic brigs
    Printed sails
    ship cards
    Wake markers
    Bobbin for rigging
    Acetate Ratlines
    Sheets of flags & pennants
    792010001
    £18.00
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  • Black Seas: Gunboat Squadron

    In Black Seas, Gunboat squadrons are tiny vessels. This means that they are extremely difficult to hit, but are vulnerable to collisions from larger vessels, particularly if that vessel was travelling at speed. They mount only a single light cannon and are too small to allow for upgrades - their relative evasiveness, however, means that they will be difficult to deal with in battle. Contains 3 resin & metal ships

    792410011
    £13.50
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  • Black Seas: HMS Royal Sovereign

    HMS Royal Sovereign is an exceptionally powerful 1st Rate in the game. Beware the brunt of her broadside, particularly if you choose to include Admiral Collingwood as a character in your fleet. His presence will allow his ship and friendly vessels near, to re-roll its initial broadside. This gives you a distinct advantage for this crucial portion of any battle. Contains 1 resin and metal ship

    792411002
    £21.60
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  • Black Seas: HMS Victory

    H.M.S Victory is a potent force on the tabletop. Aside from a formidable array of weaponry and fantastic resilience, her inspiring presence confers a bonus to all nearby friendly ships when they are required to take a skill test. If Nelson is present, this bonus is augmented yet further! HMS Victory This box set contains: Components for 1 resin HMS Victory ship hull Metal components for masts Printed sails HMS Victory ship card Wake markers Bobbin for rigging Acetate Ratlines A sheet of flags & pennants

    792411001
    £21.60
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  • Black Seas: L'Orient

    Orient is an extremely powerful 1st Rate Flagship on the tabletop. Woe betides the enemy that suffers the full brunt of her broadside. Remember that you can only take a limited number of 1st rate ships in a Black Seas fleet, therefore Orient provides an impressive and powerful centrepiece for your French fleet. She also receives a very characterful set of special rules in the game, gaining a combat bonus when facing British ships, and if should she ever catch fire, she will immediately explode as per her famous historical demise. L'Orient This box set contains: Components for 1 resin Orient ship hull Metal components for masts Printed sails L'Orient ship card Wake markers Bobbin for rigging Acetate Ratlines A sheet of flags & pennants

    792412001
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  • Black Seas: Martello Tower (MDF)

    Black Seas allows you not only to recreate naval battle on the high seas but also conduct actions off the coast, including landing expeditions. To this end, as well as fleets, players are also able to purchase land fortifications. In fact, this is a crucial component of scenario 10, Capture the Fort (page 47), which sees two fleets compete to take a strategically important Martello Tower.

    A Martello Tower is a large target and is armed similarly to a small third rate in the game. It benefits greatly from a 360° arc of fire and like all land fortifications, gets bonuses in both range and accuracy. Games featuring Martello Towers can make for some highly thematic and narratively rich games.
    BS01
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  • Black Seas: Master and Commander Starter Set

    Alongside a softback copy of the Black Seas core rules, you'll get nine beautifully detailed plastic miniatures; three frigates and six brigs. You'll also get sails, rigging and flag sheets for all your ships and all the ship cards, wake markers and tokens that you'll need to play. We've also included an A0 battle mat, dice and rulers!

    791510001
    £45.00
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  • Black Seas: Merchant Vessels

    Merchant vessels were not designed for combat. They were slow lumbering vessels designed to have a large capacity for transporting goods but at the sacrifice of manoeuvrability. In Black Seas there are many scenarios that necessitate the use of merchant vessels. Scenario 4 - Blood & Plunder! (Page 41 Black Seas rulebook), see two opposing privateer fleets attempt to claim the contents of merchant vessels for their own, whereas Scenario 9 - Landing Expedition (Page 46 Black Seas rulebook) sees merchant vessels loaded with troops attempting to cross hostile waters and disgorge their loads onto a contested island. For an alternative use of the merchant vessels, consider the Smugglers Run free downloadable campaign. The kit contains one large and one small merchant vessel, each customisable with optional figureheads. Contains 2 resin and metal vessels.

    792410009
    £21.60
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  • Black Seas: Royal Navy 1st Rate Ship-of-the-Line

    A Royal Navy 1st rate is a particularly dangerous foe in Black Seas, especially true when using the National Special Rules. In the game, 1st rates have the best access to customisation and upgrade options. Combine certain upgrades (we're fans of Master Gunner) with the British 'Drilled' special rule and your 1st rate will truly be an unstoppable force - but don't go into battle unsupported! The highly detailed kit comes with optional figureheads (see picture) enabling your 1st Rate to truly stand out. It also comes with a ship card, flag sheet, bobbin for rigging, ratline sheet and wake markers. Contains 1 resin & Metal ship

    792411003
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  • Black Seas: Royal Navy 3rd Rates Squadron

    This box set outfits you with three Royal Navy Third-Rate-Ships-of-the-line. Building upon the superb third rate plastic sprues, the box contains additional metal components to make the following famous vessels, all of which were present at the Battle of Trafalgar!
     
    HMS Bellerophon - This 74 gun third rate has a long and storied history, serving during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. Whilst most of this time was spent on blockades or convoy escort duties, she distinguished herself in three fleet actions: The Glorious First of June, the Battle of the Nile, and the Battle of Trafalgar. At Trafalgar, she fought an embittered battle against both Spanish and French ships and suffered heavy losses including the death of her Captain, John Cooke.
     
    After Trafalgar, she resumed blockade duties around France, as well as performing more escort duties in North America between 1813 and 1814. Assigned to blockade Rochefort in 1815, HMS Bellepheron was the vessel on which Napoleon came aboard to officially surrender to the British following his defeat at Waterloo (finding his escape to America blocked).
     
    HMS Revenge - Launched on 13 April 1805, HMS Revenge was a 74-gun third rate. She was one of a larger class of 74s with 24-pounder guns on the upper deck rather than the more common 18-pounders.
     
    Newly commissioned, and under the command of Captain Robert Moorsom, she served at the Battle of Trafalgar in Admiral Collingwood's column. She would continue to serve until 1842.
     
    HMS Tonnant - An 80-gun third-rate of the Royal Navy, she was originally the lead ship of the French Tonnant class captured by the British at the Siege of Toulon (August 1793), recaptured by the French at the break of the Siege (December 1793) and subsequently recaptured by Horatio Nelson's fleet at Aboukir Bay during the Battle of the Nile (1 August 1978). She would go on to fight at the Battle of Trafalgar against the French.
     
    Tonnant was the flagship of Vice-Admiral Sir Alexander Cochrane over the majority of the Chesapeake Bay campaigns as part of the War of 1812. Of particular note, Francis Scott Key dined aboard the Tonnant as part of a prisoner release negotiation. As a result of their inferred knowledge of the forthcoming attack on Baltimore at Fort McHenry. As a result, he and his fellows were not allowed to return until after the attack. It was in witnessing the bombardment of Fort McHenry that Key wrote the poem 'Defence of Fort M'Henry' later to become "The Star Spangled Banner".
     
    Box contains 3 plastic vessels, with metal components.
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  • Black Seas: Rulebook

    The Black Seas Rulebook is gloriously detailed and you can see Gabrio's passion for the period throughout the 96 pages. It includes everything to play rules-wise, also delving into the likes of painting & rigging your vessels, campaign play, linking to games of Black Powder and national special rules options!

    791010001
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  • Black Seas: Santisima Trinidad

    The vast bulk of the Santisima Trinidad is alluded to with its special rules in Black Seas - she is only ever able to make a single change of direction during her activation. She also requires a successful skill test to be able to travel at full sails. The trade-off for this deficiency is an arsenal that dwarfs any other ship in the game. Any vessel unfortunate enough to be caught in the broadside is sure to be shredded. You'll want to capitalize on this as best you can, unleashing your initial broadside (which conveys additional bonuses) at the optimal moment. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

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  • Black Seas: Scenery Pack

    You'll find within the box plenty to add variety to your games of Black Seas. Rocks of various shapes and sizes can provide tricky obstacles to negotiate with your vessels. They are also capable of blocking line of sight - a wily Captain, should his sailing be savvy enough, can use them to stalk an enemy in relative safety before pouncing upon his prey. But be careful not to collide. They are particular use in Scenario 11 (Page 48 of the Black Seas Rulebook). Sinking vessels can lend a game an extra layer of authenticity. Use them to replace your own ships as they fall in battle. Wrecks are treated the same as rocks, as such a sinking vessel can provide a sudden and unexpected obstacle for either side to negotiate. Alternatively, they could be used as the objective for a scenario - to rescue a crew or a valuable cargo. Fortifications are a significant part of a number of scenarios in the book, such as scenario 7 - Coastal Raid (Page 44 of the Black Seas Rulebook). Martello towers were a common sight along the British coastline and employed a 360-degree arc of fire - a formidable coastal defence. Also included are gun emplacements and a lighthouse. Miniatures are a mixture of metal & resin

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  • Black Seas: Schooners Squadron

    Black Seas: Schooners Squadron 6 Metal Schooners for Black Seas. 1/700 scale.

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  • Black Seas: Sea Base Multipack

    These resin sea bases are sculpted to suit each size of ship in Black Seas. Make your fleet truly stand out on the waves!
     
    Contains:
     
    6 x Brigs resin sea bases
    3 x frigates resin seas bases
    3 x third rate ship of the line sea bases
    1 x generic first rate ship of the line resin sea base
    1 x British first rate ship of the line resin sea base
    1 x French first rate ship of the line resin sea base
    1 x Spanish first rate ship of the line resin sea base
     
    Supplied Unpainted
     
    This is a Warlord Direct Order product and is sold at RRP
     
    799910020
    £25.00
     
  • Black Seas: Spanish Navy 1st Rate Ship-of-the-Line

    First-rate ships of the line are the ultimate vessel in Black Seas. These ships pack a tremendous punch and can take quite the pummelling. Any enemy unfortunate enough to be caught in the broadside of a 1st Rate is not likely to be around long enough to take the tale. 1st Rates also have access to the greatest quantity and wealth of customisation and upgrade options in the game.

    Spanish 1st Rates are especially characterful when utilising the national special rules in the game. Many Spanish vessels were extremely heavily armed, and thus can take the ’Over Gunned’ upgrade for no additional cost. This bonus does not come without penalty however, as such bulky ships were difficult to sail. They must therefore pass a skill test when attempting to sail at a quicker rate of knots. Veteran crews are also not allowed to be taken on such ‘Over Gunned’ 1st Rates ships.
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  • Black Seas: Spanish Navy 3rd Rates Squadron

    This box set outfits you with three Spanish Navy Third-Rate-Ships-of-the-line. Building upon the superb third rate plastic sprues, the box contains additional metal components to make the following famous vessels, all of which were present at the Battle of Trafalgar!
     
    Monarca - a 74-gun third rate ship of the line belonging to the Montañés-class. Her main guns were arranged over two complete decks, with 28 24-pounder cannons on her lower deck and 30 18-pounders on the upper, in addition to 12 8-pounders and 4 8-pounders on her quarterdeck and forecastle respectively.
     
    Under the command of Captain Teodoro Argumosa, she took part in the Battle of Trafalgar, in which she suffered heavy damage at the hands of HMS Bellerophon. 55 Royal Marines boarded and captured her, but one night later the survivors overpowered their captors and set them adrift in the storm. 3 days after the battle, the survivors had decided to attempt repairs to return to Cadiz but were pursued by HMS Leviathan (which had picked up the adrift marines). She ran aground on 28 October near Huelva and was destroyed by HMS Naiad to prevent her restoration.
     
    Argonauta - an 80-gun third rate ship of the line, she was the last of the Montañés-class of ships (of which there were four). On 25 August 1800, she fought off the British Ferrol expedition as part of Joaquin Moreno's squadron.
     
    Subsequently, she fought at the Battle of Cape Finisterre, and as part of Federico Gravina's second squadron at Trafalgar. Captured at the latter battle, she was taken in tow by HMS Poyphemus, but was abandoned due to the storm which followed the battle On 24 October HMS Defiance rescued survivors and attempted to re-establish a tow unsuccessfully. The Argonauta sank 6 days later, its survivors landing at Algeciras the next day.
     
    San Justo - a 74-gun ship of the line, San Justo was launched 11 November 1779. She participated in such actions as the Battle of Cape St Vincent, and the Siege of Gibraltar. She later participated in the battle of Trafalgar, managing to escape destruction. She was eventually broken up at Cartagena in 1828.
     
    Box contains 3 plastic vessels, with metal components
    792013002
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  • Black Seas: Spanish Navy Fleet (1770-1830)

    Spanish Navy Fleet Contents: 3 plastic frigates 6 plastic brigs 3 plastic third rates 1 resin first-rate 1 bomb ships base A selection of metal figureheads and backplates for famous Spanish Navy Ships: San Juan Nepomuceno - a 74 gun third-rate ship of the line Neptuno - an 80 gun third-rate ship of the line Montañés - a 74 gun third-rate ship of the line Ceres - a 40 gun frigate Diana - a 34 gun frigate Ninfa - a 36 gun frigate Spanish Navy Flags, Sails & ratline sheets + Bobbin for Rigging Game cards and wake markers

    792013001
    £67.50
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  • Black Seas: US Navy Fleet (1770-1830)

    US Navy Fleet Contents: 2 over gunned resin frigates - the USS President & the USS United States 3 plastic frigates 6 plastic brigs 1 bomb ships base A selection of metal figureheads and backplates for famous US Navy Ships: USS Chesapeake - a 38 gun frigate USS Congress - a 38 gun frigate USS Constellation - a 38 gun frigate US Navy Flags, Sails & ratline sheets + Bobbin for Rigging Game cards and wake markers

    792014001
    £54.00
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  • Black Seas: USS Constitution

    USS Constitution should be in the thickest fighting on the table, leading the charge into the enemy battle line, using her exceptional survivability to weather the storm of shot and shell while blasting away with her own guns. While she might not be able to tangle with larger First Rates like Victory, she can hold her own in frigate actions, tying up the enemy fleet while the remainder of your ships go after other objectives or gain a more advantageous position. This box set contains: Components for 1 resin USS Constitution ship hull Metal components for masts Printed sails USS Constitution ship card Wake markers Bobbin for rigging Acetate Ratlines A sheet of flags & pennants

    792414001
    £21.60
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  • Black Seas: USS Essex

    The USS Essex was a 36-gun frigate that participated in the Quasi-War with France, the First Barbary War, and the War of 1812. She was very successful in disrupting British whaling in the Pacific, before being captured in 1814, and re-purposed as the HMS Essex under the Royal Navy.
     
    Launched on 30 September 1799, she was armed with short ranged carronades that could not hope to match the range of 18 or 24 pounder naval guns. The US Navy accepted her nevertheless and under the captaincy of Edward Preble, holding the distinction of being the first US Naval ship to cross the Equator in early 1800.
     
    The first Barbary War saw duties shift to the Mediterranean, with blockading and convoy escort duties at Gibraltar as well as participating in the Battle of Deme (27 April 1805).
     
    After the declaration of the War of 1812, USS Essex achieved major success in disrupting British whaling activities in the Pacific under the command of Captain David Porter. From February 1813, over the course of a year, Porter successfully captured 12 British Whalers, and 360 prisoners, whilst sailing around Cape Horn and cruising the Pacific.
     
    However, On 28 March 1814 at the battle of Valparaiso, Porter was forced to surrender to the frigate HMS Phoebe and the sloop-of-war HMS Cherub when Essex became too disabled to offer any resistance. Of the 12 ships Porter had captured, only one returned to the United States; seven returned to British control, three were sunk, and the Chilean.
     
    As HMS Essex, she was reclassed as a 42-gun ship, serving as a troopship in 1819, and hulked in 1823 to serve as a prison ship in Cork initially, and Kingstown from 1824 until 1834.
     
    When used as part of a US Navy fleet in Black Seas, the special rules pay tribute to its successful run in capturing whaling vessels. When making boarding actions with the USS Essex, the benefits from a +2 modifier.
     
    Contains 1 Resin & Metal Vessel
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  • Blasted Winter Battlefield Theme Set

    World War II is littered with tales of hardship and heroism as whole armies struggled against not only the enemy but the harsh, unforgiving cold of winter. The Battle of the Bulge, the Russo-Finnish Winter War and countless battles on the Eastern Front are all synonymous with snow, ice and suffering.
    This great battlefield theming set allows to to recreate those shattered settings and add extra atmosphere to your games. The contents of this set are also ideal for basing your models as well as dioramas – for WWII and other periods of history.
    The Blasted Winter Battlefield theming set contains enough material to cover
    approximately a 2’ x 2’ board:

    4 resin shell scrapes/trenches (3″ x 4.5″ (7.5×11.5cm))
    10 resin shell burst-shattered tree stumps
    80g bag of snow
    20g bag of melting snow
    50g bag of forest ground cover
    1 winter tufts
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  • Blitzkrieg German Infantry plastic boxed set

    Representing the classic image of the German infantryman during World War II, these miniatures are equipped with knee-high jackboots, unadorned ‘coalscuttle’ helmet and a martial discipline that took them to almost complete dominance of mainland Europe. Whilst the glory often went to the armoured knights of the panzer divisions, the infantry were the spine of the Wehrmacht. Germany’s cunning use of Blitzkrieg tactics conquered Poland, swept through the Low Countries and defeated France, before turning their attention to the Soviet Union. Soviet forces were pushed all the way to Moscow as the relentless march of Hitler’s landsers swept all before them. Well-led, superbly trained and equipped with the finest infantry weapons in the world, the German infantryman was a skilled and dangerous foe capable of thinking for themselves if needed, giving them a significant advantage over their foes. Blitzkrieg German Infantry contains: • Enough plastic components to make 30 German infantry miniatures. Includes a host of options to allow for different weapon configurations and command models. • Weapons included: Kar 98K rifle, MP38/MP40 sub-machine gun, Luger pistol, MG34 light machine gun, Kar 98K with attached bayonet, stick grenades, scoped Kar 98K rifle. • Round plastic bases (25mm diameter). • Construction leaflet. Box contains 30 plastic foot figures which require assembly.

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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 (but hence the term ‘Spandau Ballet’ for a man hit by one). Unlike other armies, the Germans used the same machine gun both as a squad weapon from its bipod and as a tripod-mounted support weapon. The tripod mount provided a much more stable firing platform and made it easier to keep up a sustained fire using a belt feed

    403012015
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  • Blood on The Nile Black Powder Rulebook Supplement

    They charged out of the shimmering desert, thousands of fanatical warriors dressed in white, brandishing fearsome weapons. These were the Mahdi’s men and a British soldier’s worst nightmare. The Mahdi had emerged from the wilderness to lead a rebellion against the Egyptian government in Sudan. His armies overwhelmed the Egyptians and trapped Governor Gordon in Khartoum. The British launched a relief expedition, but it arrived too late. Such an insult to the Empire could not go unpunished, and the British returned to crush the Mahdists. Sudan then came under British Imperial control, but, like shifting sands, history could have turned out very differently.

    Using this Black Powder supplement, you can take charge of the British army fighting in the desert, or assume command of the Mahdi’s forces in their struggle against the world’s greatest military power. Along the way, learn about the battles and campaigns of the Mahdist Wars, and the soldiers who served in them.

    A copy of the Black Powder rulebook is required to use this supplement.

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  • Blood Red Skies British Spitfire Ace

    Blood Red Skies Briish Spitfire Ace:
     
     
    Note: models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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  • Blood Red Skies German BF ME-109 Ace

    Blood Red Skies German BF ME-109 Ace:
     
     
    Note: models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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  • Blood Red Skies Starter Game

    Blood Red Skies is the new World War II mass air combat game from Warlord Games, written by renowned game developer Andy Chambers.
     
    Packed with everything you need to play this fast paced air combat game, the Blood Red Skies starter set does what it says on the tin. Plus once started you'll have the extra rules to introduce the play cards that really bring your fighter aircraft to life, allowing you to fly them just as they would have been by the Ace's of WW2!
     
    Blood Red Skies starter set includes:
     
    12 coloured plastic fighter aircraft
    12 clear plastic advantage flying bases
    10 combat dice
    12 Pilot Skill level discs
    3 Gaming booklets: Rules, Expanded rules, Scenarios
    45 cards to use in game
    38 markers to use in game
    A set of tools: a movement template, range finder and navigation caliper
    6 Clouds / Air defence balloons clusters
    3 Blenheim IV / Dornier Do17 Z2 bombers
    2 Quick Reference sheets.
     
    Note: models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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  • Blood Red Skies US P-51 Mustang Ace

    Blood Red Skies US P-51 Mustang Ace:
     
     
    Note: models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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  • Blood Red Skies Yak1 - Squadron

    Blood Red Skies Yak1 - Squadron :
     
     
    Note: models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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  • Blood Red Skies Yak1 - Squadron Ace

    Blood Red Skies Yak1 - Squadron Ace :
     
     
    Note: models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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  • Bolt Action 28mm British Vehicle Decals

    Bolt Action British Vehicle Decals - 4 sheets

    Contains one each of:

    WGB-DEC-009 British Senior Tank Regiment Tactical Markings
    WGB-DEC-003 Allied Stars in Broken Ring
    WGB-DEC-021 British Guards Armoured Division
    WGB-DEC-028 British War Department Numbers
    WGB-DECAL-01
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  • Bolt Action 2nd Edition Hardback Rulebook

    Bolt Action 2nd Edition Hardback Rulebook offers the same fantastic World War II gameplay with its exciting order dice system and mixed armies of infantry, tanks and artillery.

    Key New Features

    • Officers activate other units! Used cleverly, this creates a huge tactical shift as you can order multiple units to fire or advance in concert.
    • Big Explosions! HE fire now uses templates to determine damage - your opponent had better spread out his troops to avoid carnage!
    • Armed Transports! Once your squad has piled out of its halftrack, the driver can speed around and unleash a hail of lead at the enemy!
    • Player Feedback! We've listened carefully to the community and taken advantage of the thousands of battles you've played to improve the game in dozens of other ways.
    • New Army List The main rulebook now includes a fifth army list - adding Imperial Japan to Germany, Great Britain, USA and the Soviet Union - giving you even more choice for your army.
    • Special Figure As you would expect we have a fantastic new figure specially made and FREE for those ordering the rule book direct from WarGameStore: General George Smith Patton Jr. General George Smith Patton Jr. (November 11, 1885 – December 21, 1945) was a senior officer of the United States Army, who is perhaps best known for his leadership of the United States Third Army in France and Germany following the Allied invasion of Normandy in June 1944. A perfect commander for your US armies, from the Mediterranean and on into the European Theaters in Bolt Action.
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  • Bolt Action Blitzkrieg German Support Group

    Description 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 Team 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’. Unlike other armies, the Germans used the same machine gun both as a squad weapon from its bipod and as a tripod-mounted support weapon. The tripod mount provided a much more stable firing platform and made it easier to keep up a sustained fire using a belt feed. Blitzkrieg Medium Mortar Team 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 a rate of fire of 15–20 rounds per minute.

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  • Bolt Action British Airborne Jeep and Trailer

    Description In addition to normal Jeeps, the airborne forces at Arnhem were supplied with special Recce Jeeps, fitted with single or twin Vickers machine guns. British Airborne Recce Jeep in action Using speed as it's main offensive and defensive tool, this recce Jeep is able to become a threat to any undefended target. Use the jeep to hunt down auxiliary and support units such as FOO teams, Lieutenants and immobile weapon teams.

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  • Bolt Action British Airborne Support Group

    Contains 10 Metal miniatures. This set contains: 1 x British Airborne HQ 1 x Field Medic 1 x British Airborne Medium Machine Gun Team 1 x British Airborne Medium Mortar Team

    402212108
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  • Bolt Action British Paint Set

    Everything you need to accurately paint your British Infantry on the worn-torn fields and battle-scarred towns of Europe! This paint set contains these paints: This paint set contains these paints: 1x Strongtone Quickshade 1x anti-shine matt varnish 1x British Battledress 1x Green Webbing 1x Khaki Webbing 1x German Army Grey Green 1x PIAT green

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  • Bolt Action Campaign: Fortress Budapest

    Throughout the autumn of 1944, the Axis forces in the Carpathian Basin were fighting for their very existence. Campaign: Fortress Budapest will inspire and guide you through the entirety of this particular conflict and on to many more victories with your Bolt Action forces!
     
    What is this book?
     
    The Siege of Budapest, the Soviet invasion of Hungary that led up to it, and the desperate German offensives to relieve the city covered kilometres of frontline; these battles lasted eight months and involved hundreds of thousands of combatants. Within the 168 pages of this impressive resource, the authors have squeezed in a variety of very different scenarios for players.
     
    Fortress Budapest is the latest Campaign expansion to Bolt Action Second edition. Whilst there is historical detail within the narrative, this volume is not a history book – it is first and foremost an impressive wargaming supplement. The intention of the author Bryan Cook and the team who put this book together was to provide a good mixture of scenarios, new units, and new rules whilst still giving some historical background for context. Some previously published rules and units have also been reprinted – this is to save players the expense of buying additional books for content which is vital to this volume, but might form only a small part of other books.
     
    What's in this book:
     
    Packed with history Fortress Budapest contains complete scenarios, additional special rules, army lists, new units and of course the all-important complete theatre selectors.
     
    Fighting for Transylvania
    Scenario 1: Hold the Ojtózi Pass
    The Battle of Tordá
    The Red Army Arrives
    Direct Assault on Tordá
    Scenario 2: Into the Valley of Death
    Counter-attack at Debrecen
    Operation Debrecen
    Coup in Budapest
    Scenario 3: Operation Debrecen
    A Phone Call With Stalin
    Encirclement
    Operation Budapest
    Fortress Kecskemét
    Scenario 4: Flak-Regiment 133
    Breakout Under Moonlight
    Chaotic Retreat
    The Attila Line
    Scenario 5: The Attila Line
    Breakthrough at Pestszentimre
    Scenario 6: Counter-attack at Pestszentimre
    Enter the 3rd Ukrainian Front
    Festung Budapest
    SS IX Mountain Corps
    German Strength in Budapest
    Scenario 7: The Back Door Left Open
    The First Assault on Pest
    Scenario 8: Street Fighting in Pest
    Block by Block
    Scenario 9: Withdrawal Across the Danube
    Relief Attempts
    Scenario 10: Operation Konrad I
    Operation Konrad II
    Scenario 11: Operation Konrad III
    Last Stand in Buda
    Városmajor Grange
    Scenario 12: Farkasréti Cemetery
    Scenario 13: The Buda Hills
    Scenario 14: Supply Drop
    The End is Nigh
    Scenario 15: The Last Redoubt
    The Breakout Attempt
    Sacrificed for the Reich
    Operation Spring Awakening
    Hitler’s Last Gamble
    Scenario 16: Death Ride of the Panzers
    New Units
    Include; German, Hungarian, Soviet and Romanian
    New Theatre Selectors:
     
    For Germany
    Panzer Kampfgruppe Armoured Platoon
    1944–45 Panzergrenadier Reinforced Platoon
    Panzer Reconnaissance Reinforced Platoon
    Heavy Anti-aircraft battery Reinforced Platoon
    IV SS Panzer Corps Armoured Platoon
    6th SS Panzer Army Armoured Platoon
    For Hungary
    Carpathian Mountains Border Guards Reinforced Platoon
    Assault Artillery Battery Armoured Platoon
    Hungarian Armoured Field Division Armoured platoon
    For Hungary & Germany
    Budapest Pocket Defenders Reinforced Platoon
    For Soviet Union
    Guards Mechanised Brigade Armoured Platoon
    Forward Detachment Reconnaissance Party Reinforced Platoon
    Urban Assault Group Reinforced Platoon
    Soviet Anti-tank Strongpoint Reinforced Platoon
    For Romania
    1944 Allied Romanian Infantry Division Reinforced Pl
    Additional Special Rules:
     
    City Fighting
    Buildings
    Sewer Movement
    Command and Control in a City Fight
    City Siege Assets
    Minefields
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  • Bolt Action Campaign: Market Garden

    Campaign: Market Garden complements the Bolt Action wargame system by providing information and scenarios for games set in the greatest airborne operation ever mounted...
     
    For Bolt Action players Market Garden has it all – daring attacks, determined resistance and heroic last stands by American, British, German and Polish troops ranging from elite veteran paratroopers to novices and from obsolete armoured cars to King Tiger tanks.
     
    This volume covers a very short space of time compared to other Bolt Action campaign books – just a matter of nine days in September 1944 – and is focused on a much smaller geographical area; a single narrow route through the Netherlands rather than a broad sweep of very variable terrain across several countries.
     
    The fighting was incredibly intense; you’ll find bullets, blood, bombs, and bravery in abundance. The Allies struggled to keep the road open and the Germans struggled to cut it, so both sides engaged in attacks and counter-attacks over the same ground and therefore faced the same challenges.
     
    Inside Campaign: Market Garden you'll flow through 116 pages full of glorious content, history, stunning art and photography, new rules and units! Here's just some of what you can expect:
     
    Campaign Overview
    Timeline
    Prelude to Market Garden
    The Original Bolt Action Scenarios
    Market Garden Forces (This section includes the American Forces, British or Polish forces, British XXX corps, Resistance fighters, and German forces).
    26 scenarios (including American scenarios, British Airborne scenarios, War in a small space: A Campaign Game, On To Oosterbeek..., Driel: Polish Airborne Scenarios, Hell’s Highway: The Road to The Reich, Space-Saving Scenarios and Going Solo...
    Legends of Market Garden
     
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  • Bolt Action Campaign: The Road to Berlin

    Bolt Action's next step within its gaming world is exploring the downfall of the Third Reich. Diving through the Eastern front, you'll be able to learn about the very bloody and arduous operations both Germany and the Soviets endured, and the uprising of the Polish AK and Czech forces. With unrelenting leadership and an absurd amount of 'political motivation', the Russians finally managed to expose Nazi Germany after brutal years of fighting.
     
    In June 1944 the Axis powers in Europe were about to be subjected to two major hammer blows. In the West, the final preparations were being made for Operation Overlord, the Allied invasion of Western Europe. In the East, the Red Army was planning a massive offensive, with bold objectives to critically damage the German Army and eject it entirely from the Soviet Union and, by pushing deep into Poland, providing the springboard for later offensives that would eventually find the Red Army in the streets of Berlin ushering in the final collapse of Hitler’s Third Reich.
     
    For the Germans, a sense of fatalism began to grow, whilst amongst the Soviets, spirits rose. After the months of crushing defeats, encirclements and mass capitulations, the Germans were finally revealed to be beatable and their aura of invincibility had finally been ripped aside. This is well illustrated by a common story from the end of the Stalingrad operations where Soviet troops harassing sullen German prisoners, pointed at the remains of the devastated city and screamed that it would only be a matter of time before Berlin resembled the ruins of Stalingrad.
     
    Contained within in the 148 pages of detailed text, breathtaking imagery and full-colour art, this book also has:
     
    Campaign Overview
    Operation Bargration
     
    Fighting Bargration
    Which includes scenarios, special rules and historical context
    Bargration Theatre Selectors
    Which includes famous platoons such as the 53rd Guards tank Brigade, German Heavy Tank Abteilung and the 5th Panzer Division!
    Additional German Units
    Scenario 1: The Tigers of Krupki
    Scenario 2: The battle of Pleshchenitsy
    Scenario 3: The '34'
    Lvov-Sandomierz Offensive
     
    Fighting the Lvov-Sandomierz offensive
    Which includes scenarios, special rules and Lvov-Sandomierz specific scenarios
    Lvov-Sandomierz theatre selectors
    Scenario 4: big game hunting
    Which includes a hero of the Soviet Union, Lt. Aleksandr P. Oskin
    The Warsaw Uprising
     
    Fighting the Warsaw uprising
    Which includes scenarios, special rules and Warsaw uprising specific scenarios
    Warsaw uprising theatre selectors
    Armia krajowa theatre selector
    Which includes additional Armia Krajowa Units and German Warsaw Uprising Units
    Scenario 5: Man the barricades
    Scenario 6: Kubus and the grey wolf
    The Struggle Continues
     
    Fighting ‘the struggle continues’
    Which includes scenarios, special rules for ghost wars and the Struggle Continues Theatre Selectors
    NKVD Theatre Selector
    NKVD Additional Units
    Clearing The Flanks
     
    Scenario 7: Breakout from Petsamo
    The Vistula-Oder Offensive
     
    Fighting the Vistula-Oder offensive
    Which includes General Scenarios and Vistula-Oder Scenarios
    Vistula-Oder offensive theatre selectors
    Scenario 8: ‘the Ivan’s are coming…’
    Scenario 9: race to the Pileca river
    Scenario 10: an unexpected encounter
    Operation Berlin
     
    Fighting Operation Berlin
    Scenarios
    Which include General Scenarios and special rules for Operation Berlin Scenarios
    Operation Berlin theatre selectors
    Which include the extended Last Levy Theatre Selector and the replacement Panzer Force
    Additional German Units
    Which include The German Replacement Army and a hero of the Soviet Union, junior Sergeant Vasily Kharinaevich Khantaev
    Scenario 11: The Seelow heights
    Scenario 12: Tank hunting
    Scenario 13: Berlin: crossing the spree
    The Prague Uprising
     
    Fighting the Prague uprising
    Which includes scenarios, general scenarios, Prague specific scenarios and The ROA
    ROA theatre selector
    Additional Units
    Scenario 14: The Prague uprising: enter the ROA
    Appendices: Additional Special Rules
     
    Snow, mud, ice and frostbite
    Dug-in: foxholes, trenches and gun pits
    Minefields
    City fighting
    That's certainly a lot of content, but remember that's just an overview! Each page is packed with information and iconic imagery to give you everything you need to play on the battlefields of Berlin in 1945!
     
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  • Bolt Action Campaign: The Western Desert

    When compared to the enormous campaigns waged on the Eastern Front and in Western Europe during World War II, the struggle in North Africa between the British Commonwealth and the Axis might seem an unimportant sideshow. However, its influence and impact were far-reaching and dictated many strategic decisions that influenced the course of the war.
     
    This Bolt Action campaign book will focus on the conflict in the area most commonly referred to as the Western Desert - a campaign theatre reaching from the Libyan city of Tripoli to Cairo, and the Egyptian Nile valley, a distance of some 1300 miles, a featuring some of the most hostile terrains on Earth.
     
    It covers a period of time from September 1940 when Mussolini's Italian Army invaded British-held Egypt to the final retreat of Rommel's Afrika Korps from Egypt during October 1942. During that period the conflict witnessed much hard fighting resulting in spectacular victories and the capture of territory, equipment and prisoners for both sides whilst also subjecting them to a series of demoralising retreats where final and irrevocable defeat seemed assured.
     
    This book has 167 pages full of content, ranging from new rules and units, full-colour images, history and backgrounds and more!
     
    This book contains:
     
    What is This Book?
     
    Campaign Background
     
    Operation Compass: The Fighting Begins
    Scenario 1: Frontier Battle
    The Italians Invade!
    Scenario 2: Fort Nibeiwa, 9 December 1940
    Scenario 3: The Battle for Bardia, 4 January 1941
    On To Tobruk and the Race to Beda Fomm
    Scenario 4: Tank Clash at Mechili, 24 January 1941
    Scenario 5: Fox killed in the Open, 5 February 1941
    Operation Sonnenblume
     
    Scenario 6: Mersa Brega, 31 March 1941
    The Siege of Tobruk
    Scenario 7: Ras El Madauur, 13 April 1941
    Operation Brevity and Battleaxe
     
    Scenario 8: Hellfire Pass, 15 June 1941
    Operation Crusader
     
    Scenario 9: Bir El Gubi, 19 November 1941
    Scenario 10: Gabr Saleh, 19 November 1941
    Scenario 11: Point 175, 29 November 1941
    Crusader Finale
    Gazala: Rommel's Greatest Victory
     
    Scenario 12: The Cauldron, 1 June 1942
    Scenario 13: Bir Hakeim, 27 May 1942
    The Jewish Brigade at Bir-El Harmat
    Scenario 14: Bir-El Harmat 2 June 1942
    El Alamein: The End of the Beginning
     
    First Alamein
    Last Chance for Rommel: Alam Halfa
    Scenario 15: Alam Halfa, 31 August 1942
    El Alamein
    Operation Lightfoot
    The Battle continues
    Scenario 16: Outpost Snipe, 27 October 1942
    Operation Supercharge
    Scenario 17: The Charge of the 9th Armoured, Tel El Aqqaqir, 2 November 1942
    Raid Scenarios
     
    Scenario 18: Dawn Raid
    Scenario 19: The Via Balbia Raid, 27 May 1942
    British and Commonwealth New Units
     
    Infantry Squads and Teams
    Vehicles
     
    Italian New Units
     
    Infantry Squads and Teams
    Artillery
    Vehicles
    German New Units
     
    Infantry Squads and Teams
    Vehicles
    Artillery
    Theatre Selectors
     
    British and Commonwealth
    Commonwealth Armies in Bolt Action
    Italian Theatre Selectors
    The Afrika Korps in Bolt Action
    Free French Forces in the Western Desert
     
    Free French Units
    Special Forces in the Western Desert Campaign
     
    Special Forces in Bolt Action
    British Special Forces in the Western Desert
    Italian Special Forces and Desert Raiders
    German Special Forces
    Heroes of the Western Desert
     
    British and Commonwealth
    German
    Special Rules for Fighting Bolt Action Games in the Western Desert
     
    Typical Terrain types for the Western Desert
    Roads and Tracks
    Desert Climate Effects
    Environmental Effects
    Weather Effects
    Desert Combat Special Rules
    Dug-In: Foxholes, Trenches and Gun Pits
    Minefields
     
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  • Bolt Action Chindit Vickers HMG & Crew

    One of the oldest and best serving weapons of the British Commonwealth armies, the Medium Vickers machine gun on tripod served through both World Wars and even on past Korea. Reliable and accurate, Warlord's Chindit machine gun team is just what the doctor ordered to support the infantry platoons as they advance.

    Carry on sergeant...!

    Blister pack containing 3 metal miniatures and a metal gun
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  • Bolt Action Commandos Support Group

    1 British Commando Support Group Box Set contains:


    10 Metal models


    1 British Commando HQ squad
    1 British Commando mortar team
    1 British Commando MMG team
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  • Bolt Action D-Day Overlord Supplement

    With over 200 pages this new Campaign Book, written by Robert Vella, for Bolt Action allows players to take command of both Allied forces assaulting the beaches and inland defences and those of the axis manning such fortifications. Packed with new, linked scenarios, rules, troop types, and Theatre Selectors providing plenty of options for novice and veteran players alike.
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  • Bolt Action Dice Bag and Orders Dice

    Bolt Action Dice Bag and Orders Dice
     
    Make a choice:
    • Black Dice Bag and Grey with Red Order Dice
    • Allied Star Dice Bag and Green with Black Order Dice
    • Soviet Dice Bag and Red with Yellow Order Dice
    • German Dice Bag and Grey with Black Order Dice
    • Imperial Japanese Dice Bag and White with Red Order Dice
     
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  • Bolt Action German Heer Support Group

    This set contains: 1 x German Heer HQ 1 x German Heer Medium Machine Gun Team 1 x German Hear Medium Mortar Team German Heer 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. An officer unit consists of the man himself and can include up to two other men acting as his immediate attendants. German Heer Medium Machine Gun Team 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’. Unlike other armies, the Germans used the same machine gun both as a squad weapon from its bipod and as a tripod-mounted support weapon. The tripod mount provided a much more stable firing platform and made it easier to keep up a sustained fire using a belt feed. German Hear Medium Mortar Team 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 a rate of fire of 15–20 rounds per minute. It was carried by its crew in three pieces: base plate, tube and bipod.

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  • Bolt Action German Paint Set

    Everything you need to accurately paint your Germany Infantry on the worn-torn fields and battle-scarred towns of Europe and Asia! This paint set contains these paints: 1x Strongtone Quickshade 1x anti-shine matt varnish 1x German Army Fieldgrey 1x German Helmet Green 1x German Army Grey Green 1x Zeltbahn Camo Brown 1x Panzerfaust Brown

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  • Bolt Action German Vehicle Decals

    Bolt Action German Vehicle Decals - 4 sheets
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  • Bolt Action Imperial Japanese Type 91 105 Howitzer

    This Bolt Action Pack contains 1 metal gun and 4 metal crew. The Japanese fielded several types of medium weight artillery of 105mm calibre, of which the Type 91 was typically assigned to field artillery regiments. It was a capable, modern and effective weapon of which many more than a thousand were produced. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

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  • Bolt Action Luftwaffe Field Division 88mm Flak 37

    Originally developed as an anti-aircraft weapon, the Flak 37 8.8cm (or Eighty-eight as it became known by Allied troops) had a high muzzle velocity to allow it to reach the higher ranges modern bombers were capable of at the time. This would make it an exceptionally deadly anti-tank weapon as many Allied tank crews would learn to their peril. The 88 could also be deployed as a conventional artillery piece – as one infantryman noted, the 88 was 'anti-everything'... Capable of firing in extremis whilst still attached to its wheeled carriages (although with limited traverse or elevation), the 88 could be fully deployed onto its cruciform firing platform and ready to fire in around two and a half minutes. Many 88s were fitted with a large gunshield although there were many examples of this being dispensed with. Being such a large and heavy weapon it could only be towed by larger prime movers such as the Sd.Kfz 7 halftrack. The 88 saw service during the Spanish Civil War as well as on all fronts in which the Germans fought during WWII. Capable of penetrating armour plate up to 108mm thick at ranges of up to 1,100 yards, the 88’s fearsome reputation grew immensely during its service in the Western Desert where it was one of the very few weapons capable of dealing with the British Matilda II infantry tanks. A similar scenario unfolded on the Eastern Front as the 88 was among the rare weapons able to tackle the new Soviet heavy KV tanks. The Flak 37 was the final production iteration of the 88, almost identical to the Flak 36 bar the updated instruments allowing for a greater level of autonomy in fire control. This Flak 37 kit is supplied with 8.8cm shells and shell cases and can be built to both traverse and elevate - neither enemy armour nor aircraft will be safe! Contains: One 1/56 scale hard plastic WWII 8.8cm Flak 37 dual-purpose AA/AT gun 7 metal Luftwaffe crew Bolt Action stat card Full-colour waterslide decal sheet Construction leaflet

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  • Bolt Action M5A1 Stuart light tank

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

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  • Bolt Action Orders Dice

    Pack contains 10 Warlord Games order dice.

     

    Choose your flavour from the options menu

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  • Bolt Action Polish Army Support Group

    Description

    Polish HQ

    Considering the country’s location and involvement in major European conflicts for centuries, Polish officers came from a society that valued a proud military tradition. After the end of World War I, having freshly wrested its independence from neighboring powers, Poland was in a state of almost constant conflict. Most of the officers in Poland’s military were experienced and capable leaders.

    Polish Medium Machine Gun Team

    An almost exact copy of the American M1917 machine gun, the Polish military fielded its CKM wz.30 machine gun in a fashion similar to that of other European nations. It fired a 7.92mm round, like those utilized by most riflemen. Several thousand of these were produced for Poland’s armed forces during the build-up to World War II. The CKM Hotchkiss wz.14 was also used as was the CKM Maxim.

    Polish Medium Mortar Team

    Poland made use of 81mm mortars of similar design to most other nations at the time. These weapons were not as commonplace in the Polish Army as they were in other forces. Nonetheless, when available, they proved a reliable firing platform for the Polish crews manning them.
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  • Bolt Action Soviet Army Support Group

    This set contains: 1 x Soviet HQ 1 x Soviet Medium Machine Gun Team 1 x Soviet Medium Mortar Team Soviet HQ Like the soldiers they commanded, many Soviet officers were inexperienced and lacked training at the beginning of the Great Patriotic War. Stalin’s ruthless purge of the officers of the Red Army in 1937 had denuded the organization of leadership and left deep scars in the survivors’ minds. Throughout the war, showing initiative was seen as a dangerous trait, and most Soviet officers would follow their orders to the letter even if they meant marching their men to certain death. Soviet operational leadership improved immeasurably over time, but the heavy casualties endured by the Red Army indicates that overall battlefield control remained a blunt instrument. A great reliance was placed on forward planning, timetables and pre-set objectives to overcome shortcomings. An officer unit consists of the officer himself and can include up to two other men acting as his immediate attendants. Soviet officers can be rated as Inexperienced, Regular or Veteran. Soviet Medium Mortar Team The standard Russian medium mortar of the war was the 82- PM-41 or 82mm battalion mortar Model 1941. This served alongside the otherwise similar 82mm Model 1937. Both were very effective and accurate weapons with a range of about 3,000 yards. 82mm mortars were regarded as artillery rather than infantry weapons by the Russians and were usually massed together in batteries for battalion-level support. Soviet Medium Machine Gun Team The Red Army used the venerable Maxim Model 1910 as its medium machine gun throughout the war, the very same weapon that had served the Tsarist army in World War I. It was a capable weapon that could be tripod-, sledge- or wheelmounted and was often given a useful shield to help preserve the crew. The Maxim was so heavy and cumbersome, however, that, unlike most other Soviet weapons, the Germans seldom made use of captured examples. The Maxim was slowly replaced by the newer, lighter but equally effective SG43 model machine gun, which was also usually deployed on a small, wheeled mount with a gun shield.

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  • Bolt Action Soviet Assault Engineers Squad

    Shortages meant that Soviet formations were sparsely served when it came to transport and rear-echelon support. Pioneer detachments were a notable exception. Their expertise was too essential to do without: bridge-building, demolitions, fortification construction and minefield placement and clearance. These all required skills the conscripted masses did not have. Assault engineers were specialists tasked with liquidating enemy strongpoints during an advance and clearing obstacles to allow tank units to breakthrough. This was extremely dangerous work with a high casualty rate (even by Red Army standards) and assault engineer units were sometimes equipped with SN-42 body armour to give them a fighting chance. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted. 10 Infantry sized models supplied.

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  • Bolt Action Soviet Paint Set

    Everything you need to accurately paint your Soviet Army on the worn-torn fields and battle-scarred towns of Asia & Europe! This paint set contains these paints: 1x Strongtone Quickshade 1x anti-shine matt varnish 1x Soviet Khaki Green 1x Soviet Body Armour 1x Brown Leather 1x Soviet Greatcoat Brown 1x Drab Khaki

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  • Bolt Action Soviet Vehicle Decals

    Bolt Action Soviet Vehicle Decals - 4 sheets contains:

    • 2 x Soviet Stars
    • 1 x Slogans and numbers A
    • 1 x Slogans and numbers B
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  • Bolt Action Stalingrad Battle Set

    To go alongside the fantastic new Stalingrad campaign book, we've got an amazing battle set to complete your collection - this set is crammed with miniatures and exclusive MDF terrain produced by our friends at Sarissa Precision.
     
    The Stalingrad battle set contains:
     
    Ruined MDF factory
    Barmaley Fountain
    5 resin craters/shellholes
    3 resin barricades/rubble
    3m of barbed wire
    Sd.Kfz 139 Marder III
    T34/76
    Soviet Sniper team
    56 plastic Soviet infantry
    42 plastic German Army infantry
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  • Bolt Action Templates (Plastic)

    Bolt Action Templates (Plastic) are brand new for Bolt Action Second Edition! All the tokens required to keep track of your squads actions and other useful reminders plus the essential new template for High Explosive (HE) ordnance - the bigger the artillery the bigger the area!

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  • Bolt Action The Longest Day - D-Day Battle Box

    Description
     
    Years of planning culminate in The Longest Day, the long-awaited invasion begins with the assault on the beaches of Normandy; D-Day 6th June 1944...
     
    The longest day
     
    Normandy, 6 June 1944. The Allies undertake the largest and most ambitious amphibious landings in history to return the fight to western Europe.
     
    Re-create the turning point of the war, that allowed the Allies to gain a foothold in Europe and which was to set the stage for the Axis downfall.
     
    This set contains:
     
    2x LCVP landing craft
    1x AT/Flak bunker
    1x Coastal Defence bunker
    2x German Pak 40 ATG (for inside the bunkers)
    Craters/shell holes
    1x Duplex Drive Sherman with lowered screens
    32x plastic US Infantry
    16x plastic German Grenadiers
    2x MG 42 MMG teams
    4x US Army casualties
    2x US Engineers carrying Bangalore torpedoes
    2x MMG sandbag emplacements
    Set of battlefield accessories
    2m of barbed wire
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  • Bolt Action Themed Dice

    Pack contains 16 Warlord Games order dice.

    408401101
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  • Bolt Action US Airborne Support Group

    Contains 10 Metal miniatures This set contains: 1 x US Airborne HQ 1 x US Airborne Medium Machine Gun Team 1 x US Airborne Medium Mortar Team

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  • Bolt Action US Army M2A1 105mm howitzer

    This Bolt Action Pack contains 1 metal gun and 4 metal crew.

    Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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  • Bolt Action US Army Support Group

    Contains 10 Metal miniatures
     
    This set contains:
     
    1 x US Army HQ
    1 x US Army Medium Machine Gun Team
    1 x US Army Medium Mortar Team
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  • Bolt Action US Command

    Bolt Action US Command
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  • Bolt Action US Paint Set

    Everything you need to accurately paint your US Infantry on the worn-torn fields and battle-scarred towns of Europe! This paint set contains these paints: 1x Strongtone Quickshade 1x anti-shine matt varnish 1x Bazooka Green 1x British Battledress 1x US Gaiters Brown 1x US Army webbing 1x US Army Green

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  • Bolt Action US Vehicle Decals

    Bolt Action US Vehicle Decals - 4 sheets

    Contains 1 each of:

    WGB-DEC-001 Ringed Allied Stars
    WGB-DEC-002 Allied Stars
    WGB-DEC-026 US Tank Codes & Stars and Stripes
    WGB-DEC-032 US Army Vehicle Numbers

    Suitable for 28mm models
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  • Bolt Action: British Infantry Squad (Korean War, Summer)

    Boxed Set containing 10 metal miniatures

    • Troops of the British Empire provided the second largest contingent of Allied forces in the Korean War, second only to the United States
    • This box contains a ten man section, 8 armed with Lee-Enfield .303 rifles and a Bren LMG group.
    • During the hot summer months the Commonwealth troops wore slouch hats instead of helmets.
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  • Bolt Action: British Super Bazooka Team

    Blister pack containing two metal miniatures.

    • The M20 'Super Bazooka' could easily destroy any armour the North Korean or Chinese could muster.
    • It could penetrate roughly 11" of armour at 900 yards, enough to take down any enemy tank.
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  • Bolt Action: Centurion MkIII

    Boxed set containing resin and metal kit, plus decals and game components.

    • The Centurion was the primary British main battle tank of the post-Second World War period.
    • in November 1950 three squadrons of this tank 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars were deployed in Pusan.
    • General John O'Daniel, commanding the US 1st Corps, stated: "In their Centurions, the 8th Hussars have evolved a new type of tank warfare. They taught us that anywhere a tank can go, is tank country: even the tops of mountains."
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  • Bolt Action: Chinese PLA Conscripts Squad

    Boxed Set containing 10 metal miniatures

    • A large proportion of the Chinese PVA was made up with conscript peasant soldiers forced into service after the civil war.
    • These units could be unpredictable in battle and needed the 'encouragement' of a political officer.
    • Most of these troops had very little training and were armed with rifles and satchels of grenades.
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  • Bolt Action: Chinese PLA Infantry Squad

    Boxed set containing ten metal miniatures.

    • In November 1950 the 130,000 strong Chinese Peoples Volunteer Army (PVA) crossed the Yalu river and entered the Korean War.
    • Squads were generally 10 men armed with rifles and the occasional SMG.
    • In games of Bolt Action PVA infantry Squads can be increased to a maximum of 17 men.
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  • Bolt Action: Chinese PLA Support Group

    • This support group is perfect to finish off a Chinese PVA army
    • As well as a command group this box contains a MMG team and mortar team.
    • The command group consists of officer, medic, trooper and political officer.
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  • Bolt Action: D-Day: British & Canadian Sectors campaign book

    This campaign book focuses on some of the key clashes fought in Normandy in the summer of 1944 as British, Canadian, Polish, and other Allied forces engaged in desperate battles against a dedicated and determined German opposition. As well as summarising the history, this book also details a number of scenarios inspired by the engagements within the Normandy campaign, and the special rules required to play them.
     
    This book tells the story of the British and Canadian contribution to this monumental task, and the stoic German resistance they faced. It guides Bolt Action players from the latter stages of D-Day, beginning with the fierce fighting in the coastal towns off the beaches at Gold, Juno and Sword, through the violent clashes around the strategically vital city of Caen, and to the march against Germany itself.
     
    Inside, you’ll find thirteen diverse scenarios, covering the action from the first pushes inland, to the dramatic climax of the campaign in the British & Canadian sectors during Operation Tractable.  We’ve also included army lists for four of the campaign’s most important forces – the Canadian Army, the battle-hardened Commandos, the fanatical 12th SS Panzer Division ‘Hitlerjugend’, and the Luftwaffe Field Division. These new army lists add a whole new dimension of play, allowing you to create themed forces for your campaigns in Normandy!
     
    We’ve also included a whole stable of new special characters, including the VC-winning medic Corporal Frederick Topham, who put life and limb on the line to rescue wounded men, and the fanatical Kurt ‘Panzer’ Meyer, who earned his Iron Cross leading the Liebstandarte division’s reconnaissance battalion in Russia. These special characters are the perfect opportunity to theme your force further and make for amazing conversion opportunities.
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  • Bolt Action: DUKW Amphibious Truck

    Boxed set resin and metal kit plus decals and game components

    • The DUKW (colloquially known as Duck) is a six-wheel-drive amphibious truck used by the U.S. military during World War II and the Korean War
    • Excelling at approaching and crossing beaches in amphibious warfare the DUKW was used for the transportation of goods and troops over land and water.
    • DUKWs were used extensively to bring supplies ashore during the Battle of Pusan and in the amphibious landings at Incheon.
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  • Bolt Action: Korea Supplement

    Fought between 1950 and 1953, the Korean War was one of the first major conflicts of the Cold War. Backed by the Soviet Union and Communist China, the North Korean regime battled for control of the peninsula against the South Korean government and a 21-country UN task force.

    The Korean War is unique and interesting in the annals of world and military history in its own right. An aspect rarely discussed is the cultural implications of so many Western, non-Western and European nations fighting against combatants from the Orient. Due to the vast cultural diversity of so many nations fighting in such a geographically small area, cultural differences would have a significant impact on how the combatants treated each other on the field of battle. These differences went beyond simple language barriers, they included problems in logistics, religion, personnel replacements and the method in which war was conducted.

    Inside the book, you'll find a comprehensive history of the conflict with details of every major battle fought between the two sides. It also includes details of the various forces and their organisation, commanders, and equipment. Scenarios are provided for many of the battles, along with comprehensive force selectors to help you assemble your force.

    A copy of the Bolt Action 2nd Edition rules is needed to use this supplement.
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  • Bolt Action: M46 Patton Heavy Tank

    Boxed set resin and metal kit plus decals and game components

    • This tank was one of the US Army's principal medium tanks of the early Cold War
    • Named after General George Patton the M46 proved to be capable against North Korean T-34 medium tanks.
    • Patton tanks formed 15% of US tank strength during the Korean conflict.
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  • Bolt Action: MASH Unit

    Add some character to your Korean War UN force with this fantastic MASH Unit. They could be used as medics, objective markers or part of a diorama!
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  • Bolt Action: North Korean LMG Squad

    The forces of the KPA were vast, incorporating between 150,000 – 200,000 personnel, divided into 10 Infantry divisions, 1 Tank division, and 1 Air Force division. Although North Korean conscription was in effect before the outbreak of war, many young men were encouraged or pressed into service by their own families for the promise of financial reward. At the outbreak of the Korea war in 1950, the KPA were better prepared in every way for the coming conflict. Not only were they better trained and more favourably equipped, but earlier guerilla warfare in South Korea had also left ROKA forces little time to re-establish a strong military presence. As such, the initial attacks on June 25, 1950, were highly effective. The KPA foot soldier has long been celebrated for his ability to endure the worst the enemy, the harsh Korean climate, and the hardships his own superiors can throw at him. Modelled on the mechanized Soviet Army, sporting armaments supplied by Stalin and bolstered by veterans released from China, the KPA forces were considerably larger and more dangerous than the UN anticipated. KPA LMG Squad The basic KPA infantry squad consisted of ten men led by a sergeant and a junior sergeant (equivalent to a Corporal). Each squad included a light machine gun and required a second man to act as a loader. Typically the LMG would be the DP (Degtyaryov Pekhotny) machine gun, nicknamed the ‘record player’ for its distinctive round pan magazine. Contains 10 metal models

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  • Bolt Action: North Korean Rifle Squad

    The forces of the KPA were vast, incorporating between 150,000 – 200,000 personnel, divided into 10 Infantry divisions, 1 Tank division, and 1 Air Force division. Although North Korean conscription was in effect before the outbreak of war, many young men were encouraged or pressed into service by their own families for the promise of financial reward.

    At the outbreak of the Korea war in 1950, the KPA were better prepared in every way for the coming conflict. Not only were they better trained and more favourably equipped, but earlier guerilla warfare in South Korea had also left ROKA forces little time to re-establish a strong military presence. As such, the initial attacks on June 25, 1950, were highly effective.

    The KPA foot soldier has long been celebrated for his ability to endure the worst the enemy, the harsh Korean climate, and the hardships his own superiors can throw at him. Modelled on the mechanized Soviet Army, sporting armaments supplied by Stalin and bolstered by veterans released from China, the KPA forces were considerably larger and more dangerous than the UN anticipated.

    KPA Rifle Squad

    The standard Rifle Squad in the North Korean Army, the KPA, is a well-trained and well-disciplined team prepared for the many hardships anticipated in the struggle to come. To represent the vastness of the KPA in Bolt Action, a KPA army is allowed to include a free ten-man rifle squad of inexperienced infantry!

    Contains 10 metal models
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  • Bolt Action: North Korean SMG Squad

    The forces of the KPA were vast, incorporating between 150,000 – 200,000 personnel, divided into 10 Infantry divisions, 1 Tank division, and 1 Air Force division. Although North Korean conscription was in effect before the outbreak of war, many young men were encouraged or pressed into service by their own families for the promise of financial reward.

    At the outbreak of the Korea war in 1950, the KPA were better prepared in every way for the coming conflict. Not only were they better trained and more favourably equipped, but earlier guerilla warfare in South Korea had also left ROKA forces little time to re-establish a strong military presence. As such, the initial attacks on June 25, 1950, were highly effective.

    The KPA foot soldier has long been celebrated for his ability to endure the worst the enemy, the harsh Korean climate, and the hardships his own superiors can throw at him. Modelled on the mechanized Soviet Army, sporting armaments supplied by Stalin and bolstered by veterans released from China, the KPA forces were considerably larger and more dangerous than the UN anticipated.

    KPA LMG Squad

    The basic KPA infantry squad consisted of ten men led by a sergeant and a junior sergeant (equivalent to a Corporal). Each squad included a light machine gun and required a second man to act as a loader. Dedicated submachine gun armed companies were formed in the KPA at a regimental level. The primary purpose of the submachine gun company was to serve as the recon company for the infantry regiment. Each soldier is armed with the PPSh 41.
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  • Bolt Action: North Korean Support Squad

    Containing the KPA HQ, a medium mortar team and a medium machine gun team, this set is an ideal way of beefing up your KPA platoons in games of Bolt Action: Korea.

    Contains 12 metal models: 4 infantry, 2 guns & 6 crew
    402218105
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  • Bolt Action: Sherman M4A3E8 'Easy Eight'

    Boxed set resin and metal kit plus decals and game components. • Nicknamed as the "Easy-Eight" or "E8", this tank is a quicker, slightly better armoured version of the M4 Sherman. • It also had an upgraded 76mm gun with an improved rate of fire and better accuracy. • Produced from 1942 to 1945 this tank was used in many post-war conflicts, including the Korean War, up to 1965.

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  • Bolt Action: Stalingrad Campaign Book

    This campaign book seeks to help wargamers recreate the incredible struggles between the German Wehrmacht and the Soviet Red Army for control of the region between the Don and Volga rivers – ultimately centring on the city of Stalingrad.
     
    This six-month-long battle saw some of the fiercest fighting of the war, with each side losing hundreds of thousands of men and culminating in the encirclement and eventual destruction of the German Sixth Army.
     
    While this book provides a historical overview of the Stalingrad campaign, its primary purpose is to provide new scenarios, rules, and inspiration to help wargamers bring this bitter struggle to life on the tabletop.
     
    This book covers the southern region of the Ostfront from August 1942 to February 1943 including:
     
    The opposed crossing of the Don River
    The dash to the Volga river by German mobile divisions
    Soviet counter-attacks against the German cordon of Stalingrad
    The fighting for control of the city of Stalingrad
    Operation Uranus and the subsequent encirclement of the German Sixth Army
    Operation Winter Tempest: Manstein’s attempt to break the encirclement of the Sixth Army
    The final destruction of the Sixth Army
     
    Vasily Zaitsev model available while stocks last
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  • Bristol Blenheim MkIV Bristol Bomber

    Bristol Blenheim MkIV Bristol Bomber for use with Blood Red Skies

    Scale: 1/200th
    3 Aircraft
    Plastic
    Requires Assembly
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  • Britannia - Rome's Invasion of Britain Book

    In 43AD Aulus Plautius led the Roman legions to the edge of the known world: to the mysterious land of the Britons. The Emperor Claudius demanded a victory, and what better way of doing it than to bring this savage nation under the Roman yoke. Rome commanded huge armies of professional soldiers with the infrastructure needed to feed, transport, equip and command them. Opposing this mighty military machine was a mere patchwork of tribes and wild barbarian warriors. Refusing to yield to the conquerors, one man emerged as the champion of the Britons: Caractacus! Defeated in open battle, Caractacus turned to guerilla warfare: raiding and ambushing enemy troops on the march. No Roman could defeat him; in the end it was treachery that overcame the Briton’s greatest champion: the treachery of Queen Cartimadua of the Brigantes. It was another Queen of the Britons who, ten years later, led the greatest rebellion of all against Roman rule: Boudica, Queen of the Iceni. Years of resentment and oppression boiled over into a war that almost drove the Romans from Britain altogether,burning London and humbling even the mighty legions. This then is the story of the Roman invasion of Britain, from the Claudian Conquest and wars of Caractacus until the defeat of Boudica and the destruction of the druids upon Mona. Included in this supplement is a map-based campaign game recreating the invasion, as well as historical scenarios covering the wars of Caractacus and the Boudican revolt. A copy of the Hail Caesar rulebook is required to use this supplement. This rulebook needs little preamble so read on to find out all the juicy details!

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  • British 8th Army

    Formed from the Western Desert Force in 1941, the British 8th Army comprised men from across the British Commonwealth - British, New Zealanders, Australians, Indians and South Africans. Following early successes against the Italians in North Africa, the 8th Army suddenly faced a new, more deadly foe - the Deutsches Afrika Korps led by their mercurial commander, Erwin Rommel. Thus began a series of operations with Allied and Axis forces being pushed back hundreds of miles only to regain that territory and more with battles at El Alamein, Tobruk and Beda Fomm becoming legendary. With the Allied victory in North Africa the fighting soon encompassed Tunisia and then the very heartland of Italy itself.
     
    Struggling against the oppressive daytime heat, choking dust and freezing cold nights in addition to battling their German and Italian opponents the 8th Army become more popularly known as the 'Desert Rats' - a nickname adopted from the 7th Armoured Division, a key component of the Western Desert force.
     
    This boxed set contains a multitude of parts and options allowing you to field soldiers as diverse as British, Sikh, Punjabi, Mosselman or Scottish. Just the job to tackle Rommel's Afrika Korps or Mussolini's Italians!
     
    British 8th Army contains:
     
    Enough plastic components to make 30 British Commonwealth miniatures. Includes a host of options to allow for different weapon configurations and command models.
    Equipment included: Lee Enfield rifle, Thompson submachine gun, Bren gun LMG, Boys anti-tank rifle, Webley pistol and 2-inch mortar.
    Plastic bases.
    Construction leaflet.
    Optional Indian (Sikh, Punjabi and Yusufzai) and Scottish Highlander heads.
     
    402011015
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  • British Achilles 17pdr SPG Bolt Action

    The standard infantry anti-tank gun was the 6 pdr - a gun capable of taking out most German armour but one that struggled against the heavier Panthers, Tigers and their ilk. The much more potent 17 pdr was very effective but at the same time heavier and more unwieldy. The British knew from past experience that German forces would usually counterattack quickly and the 17 pdr would be unlikely to be able to be positioned in time. Thus the British saw the Achilles as a perfect way to put the lethal 17 pdr in position and to manoeuvre it to react to the situation at any one time - something the towed 17 pdr could not hope to achieve. Over 1,000 M10 tank destroyers were converted into Achilles during WWII.

    This Warlord Games Bolt Action pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle

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  • British Airborne 75mm Pack Howitzer

    British airborne paratroopers with 75mm pack howitzer. One gun and three crew.

    Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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  • British Airborne Flamethrower and sniper teams

    Pack contains 4 metal figures - 2 snipers and a 2-man flamethrower team.

    Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted. Contents may vary from those shown.
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  • British Airborne PIAT and Light Mortar teams

    Pack contains 4 metal miniatures.

    Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted. Contents may vary from those shown
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  • British Airborne Polsten Gun

    Designed by a team of British, Polish and Czech designers before 1941 it was built with the focus on being simpler and much cheaper to manufacture than the Oerlikon without reducing its effectiveness.
     
    Although the British command at the time preferred the 40mm Bofors over 20mm weapons, it was decided there was still a need - the Polsten, only having 119 parts compared to the Oerlikon cannon which was made out of 250 parts, would see over 13500 built and in service by the end of 1944.
     
    300 light weight and collapsible frames were designed specifically for the needs of the new airborne service as preparation for the invasion of Europe, and would be seen in service for Operation Market Garden and the drop on Arnhem.
     
    Many other variants of this simple and effective weapon would be developed to fit a wide array of vehicles, such as the Crusader AA, and it would remain in service in to the 1950s.
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  • British Airborne Section

    Pack contains 10 metal figures: 2-man Bren gun LMG team, 4 paratroopers with rifles and 4 paratroopers with Sten gun SMGs.

    Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted. Contents may vary from those shown
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  • British Airborne Six Pounder AT Gun

    A model of the British airborne six pounder anti tank gun. This version has a cut down shield, folding trails, tie down points and other minor mods to enable it to be dropped on the battle field. The gun comes with two paratrooper crew figures, shot shells, shell cases.

    Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

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  • British Airborne Starter Army

    Description
    This box set contains - British Airborne Army 1,000 points army list:
     
    Second Lieutenant & one extra rifleman (Veteran)* - 78 pts
    Artillery Forward Observer* - FREE
    Paratroop Section (10) NCO and 2 soldiers with SMGs, LMG team* - 169 pts
    Paratroop Section (10) NCO and 1 soldier with SMGs, LMG team* - 166 pts
    Paratroop Section (8) NCO and 3 soldiers with SMGs* - 127 pts
    Vickers MMG team (Veteran) - 65 pts
    Light Mortar team (Veteran) - 46 pts
    Medium Mortar team with Spotter* (Veteran) - 75 pts
    PIAT team (Veteran)* - 52 pts
    Sniper team (Veteran)* - 65 pts
    Flamethrower team (Veteran) - 65 pts
    QF 6-pdr anti-tank gun (Veteran) - 90 pts
    Total: 998 pts
     
    * Made from the components of the plastic sprues included
     
    With trademark red beret and armed with Sten and Bren Guns the British Airborne were determined and tenacious, as only the British Tommy can be.
     
    Striking German forces with precision and speed during actions at Pegasus Bridge, the Merville Battery and during Operation Market Garden in Arnhem, the Red Devils became legendary.
     
    This boxed set contains enough to make a 1,000 point army of plastic and metal British (or Polish) airborne troops in mid to late war uniforms.
     
    The army list can easily be reconfigured to suit your playing style and when you are ready to expand your force there are plenty of options in the ever-growing Bolt Action range of miniatures and vehicles.
     
    Check your kit and fix bayonets – it’s time to drop in on the enemy...
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  • British Airborne Vickers HMG Team

    A tripod mounted Vickers MG and three Paratrooper crew.

    Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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  • British Airborne WWII Allied Paratroopers

    British Airborne WWII Allied Paratroopers contains:

    • Enough plastic components to make 30 British or Polish Airborne miniatures. Includes a host of options to allow for different weapon configurations and command models.
    • Plenty of equipment including: Lee Enfield rifle, Mk V Sten Gun, Bren gun LMG, scoped Lee Enfield rifle, PIAT, Webley pistol, Mills Bomb hand grenades.
    • Round plastic bases (25mm diameter).
    • Full-colour waterslide decal sheet
    • Construction leaflet. 
    • Also allows for Polish airborne troops to be built – their larger grey berets being a distinctive difference to their British counterparts.
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  • British Armoured Infantry Konflikt 47

    British Armoured Infantry Konflikt 47 are large, tough, and resilient infantry ideal for bolstering a weak point in defences or spearheading a break through attack!

    This Warlord games box contains 8 metal figures.

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  • British Army 17 pdr anti-tank gun

    Initially developed to overcome the more heavily German tanks encountered by the British during the North African campaign, the 17-pdr was used from 1942 onwards throughout Europe and in Africa. It was the most formidable anti-tank gun developed by the western Allies, and was capable of penetrating over 200mm of armour at short range! It was however very bulky, so make sure to add a quad tractor to ease transportation.

    Canadian and other Commonwealth troops also used this formidable gun.

    Contents: The kit includes 1 metal 17 pound Gun and 5 crew members.

    Bolt Action stats
    Type: QF 17 Pounder
    Crew: 5 men
    Weapons: Super-heavy anti-tank gun (84” range, 1 shot, pen +7)
    Special Rules: Gun shield, team weapon, fixed NB:

    Can also be veteran, see Bolt Action rulebook for more details
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  • British Army 3" Mortar Team

    One of the unsung weapons to see action during the war, the 3 inch Mortar, served throughout the conflict and in all war zones, it provided British Army and Commonwealth personnel with the capability to lob explosive projectiles against enemy emplacements and troop concentrations, with devastating effect.

    This Bolt Action British Army Team can also be used in your Canadian Army as they also used this weapon throughout the war and their uniforms were practically the same.


    Contents:
    1 x 3inch Mortar.
    3 x metal crew members.
    large Round plastic base.
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  • British Army Forward Observer Team

    FOOs were assigned to a company or squadron of a battalion or regiment that their battery was supporting. In the British artillery system FOOs were always authorised to order fire commands to their own troop or battery, based on their assessment of the tactical situation and if necessary liaison with the supported arm commander. From mid World War II some artillery observers were authorised to order fire to all batteries of their regiment, it also became the practice for some observers to be designated 'Commander's Representative' able to order fire to a divisional or corps artillery. Unauthorised officers could request fire from more than their own battery. In World War II FOO parties were normally mounted in an armoured carrier, although those assigned to support armoured brigades usually had a tank. Initially a Stuart but in NW Europe usually a Sherman. Pack contains 3 metal foot figures.

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