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  • Accessories , New releases

    Vehicle HMG Eastern bloc

    5 pairs of vehicle heavy machine guns for Eastern Bloc tanks and armoured vehicles. Each pair has one with gunner, one with hatch shut. These allow you to convert vehicles without machine guns.  (Requires model to be drilled, some modelling skill required)

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

    Pearson Mine Plough

    The Pearson mine plough could be attached to the Centurion or Cheiftain tank to clear a vehicle wide path through mine fields

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

    Centurion AVRE 105 with mine plough

    The Centurion Mk12 AVRE 105 for the Royal Engineers. The 105mm tank gun version used converted surplus Mk12 Centurions. The Pearson mine plough cleared a vehicle wide path through mine fields, while the 105mm armed Centurion was more than able to defend itself or demolish fortifications

  • New releases , Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

    T55AM

    The T55 AM series was introduced during the late 1970s to early 1980s. The USSR, Czechoslovakia, Poland and East Germany began updating their elderly T55 fleets with extra armour, side skirts, laser range finder, barrel insulation and many other small modifications to increase its effectiveness. These vehicles look distinctively different from early T55s

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

    Samson FV106 ARV

    Armoured recovery vehicle based on the CVRT range of light fast vehicles introduced to replace armoured cars in the British army from 1973. This variant was able to recover vehicles up to 12 tons in weight and has been used by many different branches of the British armed forces. Crew 3

  • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

    Kraka – Milan ATGM (x2)

    The Kara was adopted by the West German Airborne 1974-1990s. They we used to equip the command and support companies of each battalion. These lightweight vehicles could be folded in half for transport by helicopter or for parachute drop.  Specialist versions were built to carry Milan missiles

  • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

    Kraka transport with 3 troops (x2)

    The Kara was adopted by the West German Airborne 1974-1990s. They we used to equip the command and support companies of each battalion. These lightweight vehicles could be folded in half for transport by helicopter or for parachute drop. They could carry up to 750kg in cargo or 2 stretcher patients. Specialist versions were built to carry TOW missiles, 20mm …

  • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

    West German specialists (10)

    West German specialist infantry includes figures equiped with: Carl Gustav recoiless rifle, sharpshooter rifle, folding stock G3 and UZI machine pistols.  This pack can be combined with the regular infantry pack to create Falschrimjager or Gebirgsjager units

  • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

    West German Engineers (10)

    West German Engineers busy clearing mines, creating obstacles and constructing, these mix in well with regular infantry.

     

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

    Tracked Rapier

    British fully tracked SAM system. The tracked Rapier was designed to provide mobile air defence for british armoured units. The chasis was based on the M548 transporter and the launcher improved to carrier 8 missiles. The system was steadily upgraded through its service from 1983 to early 1990s

     

  • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

    Jaguar 2 (RaketenJagdPanzer)

    The Raketenjagdpanzer was developed along with the gun armed KononeJagdPanzer. The Anti-tank missile allowed tanks to be attacked at greater ranges but early versions were slow firing and unable to engage close targets. This model represents the Jaguar 2 varient using the American TOW missile system from 1983 onwards.

     

    casement layout followed the very successful designs of WW2: the Stug, Jagdpanzer …

  • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

    JagdPanzer, Kanonen 90mm

    The Kanonenjagdpanzer was developed in the mid-1960s. The casement layout followed the very successful designs of WW2: the Stug, Jagdpanzer and Jagdpanther.  It was highly mobile with a low profile but the gun had limited traverse, excellent for ambush. With a crew of 4 it remained in service with reserve units until 1991 by which time the 90mm gun was …

  • New releases , Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

    BTR-80

    8×8 Soviet APC used by Motor rifle regiments to protect infantry from artillery fragments and small arms fire. Providing fully amphibious transport for 3+7. It was developed after experience with the BTR-60 and 70, the engine layout was changed to a single more powerful engine at the rear, side doors added and turret elevation was increased to allow AA use. …

  • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

    Gepard SPAAG

    The Gepard AA tank entered service with West Germany in 1973 and was retired in 2010. The vehicle is based and a Leopard 1 hull with twin 35mm cannon and radar in a large powered turret. Also manufactured for the Netherlands and Belgium. It is designed to keep pace with armoured units and protect them from air attack.

  • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

    Kraka Command vehicle with radios

    The command Kraka was used for command and communications, fitted with generator and long range radio set, leaving 2 seats free for passengers.

  • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

    Kraka 20mm cannon (x2)

    The Kara was adopted by the West German Airborne 1974-1990s. They we used to equip the command and support companies of each battalion. These lightweight vehicles could be folded in half for transport by helicopter or for parachute drop. They could carry up to 750kg in cargo or 2 stretcher patients. Specialist versions were built to carry TOW missiles, 20mm …

  • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

    Kraka mortar carrier (x2)

    The Kara was adopted by the West German Airborne 1974-1990s. They we used to equip the command and support companies of each battalion. These lightweight vehicles could be folded in half for transport by helicopter or for parachute drop. They could carry up to 750kg in cargo or 2 stretcher patients. Specialist versions were built to carry TOW missiles, 20mm …

  • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

    Kraka TOW (x2)

    The Kara was adopted by the West German Airborne 1974-1990s. They we used to equip the command and support companies of each battalion. These lightweight vehicles could be folded in half for transport by helicopter or for parachute drop. They could carry up to 750kg in cargo or 2 stretcher patients. Specialist versions were built to carry TOW missiles, 20mm …

  • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

    Kraka paratroop transport (x2)

    The Kara was adopted by the West German Airborne 1974-1990s. They we used to equip the command and support companies of each battalion. These lightweight vehicles could be folded in half for transport by helicopter or for parachute drop. They could carry up to 750kg in cargo or 2 stretcher patients. Specialist versions were built to carry TOW missiles, 20mm …

  • Arab States 1948-1991 , New releases

    Arab assault engineers (10)

    Arab assault engineers equiped with flame throwers, mine detectors, assault ladders and water pumps 1960-80s (10 figs from 4 poses)

  • New releases , United States, Cold War 1945-1991

    M60 A2 “Starship”

    The M60-A2 was an attempt to combine a gun and ATGM launcher to increase the range and accuracy of the main weapon. The system proved slow and unreliable. 540 built from 1973 and eventually withdrawn from service in 1981. The nic-name Starship is believed to have come from the amount of switches and lights inside.

  • New releases , United States, Cold War 1945-1991

    M551 Sheridan tank

    The M551 Sheridan Air Assault Vehicle, a controversial aluminium bodied light tank with the unpopular 152mm gun/missile launcher. This model has the ACAV “cup” commanders MG turret, developed to provide more protection from small arms fire. In service 1967-1996

     

  • New releases , United States, Cold War 1945-1991

    M125 81mm Mortar carrier

    Based on the M113 Fully tracked APC, the M125 was armed with the 81mm mortar and carried the tripod on the roof to allow the mortar to be demounted

     

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

    Chieftain ARV

    The Chieftain ARV entered service in  the early 1970s as a heavy armour recovery vehicle. Fitted with 90t capacity winch and doozer/anchor.  Later upgraded to a repair and recovery vehicle, remaining in service until 2007 and some exported to Jordan. (Multi part kit requiring some modelmaking skill)