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  • CanadaIsrael 1948 - 1991

    TOW ATGM teams (x3)

    BMG-71 TOW Anti-tank missile, This missile was introduced in 1970 and continues in service with many nations around the world. It has been updated numerous times to maintain it lethality.   Most vehicles carrying TOW allow the system to be demounted for better concealment (x3)

  • Arab States 1948-1991Britain WW2

    25pdrQF Mk2 (gun x 2 and crew x3)

    The 25pdr QF mk2 entered Commonwealth service in 1942, the muzzle brake reduced recoil when firing Anti-tank ammunition. The gun remained in UK service until 1967. The Quad tractor and limber where gradually phased out in favour of 3t trucks. It continued in widespread use post WW2, seeing action in the Middle east and India. (Quad not included)

  • Arab States 1948-1991New releases

    Irregular infantry support (2x mortars,2x HMG,4x motorbikes, 4x command & 2x SAM)

    Since the beginning of modern conflict irregular troops have featured, either labelled terrorist or freedom fighter. Some operate in support of government, some for themselves. These figures represent the heavy weapons, recce and command team that typically support the infantry units. They wear head coverings and everyday civilian clothes. These fighters would not look out of place on many modern …

  • Arab States 1948-1991New releases

    Irregular infantry, Civilian clothes (20 figs)

    Since the beginning of modern conflict irregular troops have featured, either labelled terrorist or freedom fighter. Some operate in support of government, some for themselves. They carry the ubiquitous AK and light support weapons, they wear head coverings and everyday civilian clothes. These troops would not look out of place on many modern battlefields.

  • Britain WW2New releases

    Bedford MW radio truck

    This 15cwt Commonwealth radio truck saw widespread use.

  • Britain WW2New releases

    Bedford MW light truck

    Light 15hwt General service truck used for troops and cargo transport. The MW was the standard transport for a Commonwealth infantry battalion HQ

  • Britain WW2New releases

    Sherman Crab 2 flail

    This Commonwealth designed “funny tank” used a powered flail to clear a track through mines and barbed wire. If required the tank was still able to fight as normal. The Crab also saw limited use by US forces.

  • Britain WW2New releases

    Sherman DD tank

    This British designed “funny tank” used a canvas skirt to allow the 26ton Sherman tank to swim ashore straight into action. Used by the Allies on D-Day & several other actions in Europe. Almost 700 built

  • New releasesSoviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

    BTR-152K

    Developed from the successful BTR-152, K version was roofed over with better off-road ability and limited NBC protection. The BTR-152K entered service in 1951 and was widely exported. As newer vehicles entered service many remained in uses as ambulances or command vehicles. China built a copy called the Type 56

  • Israel 1948 - 1991New releases

    Merkava mk1

    The Merkava developed by Israel in 1979 incorporated some unique features, the engine is located at the front and there is a small door in rear. These features allow the tank to be resupplied while still in action. The tank also has a limited personnel carrying capacity. This is an early version with turret chain defence added to protect against …

  • Arab States 1948-1991New releases

    MTU Dozer blade for T-54/T-55/T62

    The MTU-dozer blade used on T-54/55/62 tanks. The detachable dozer blade allowed tanks to carry out basic combat engineering tasks such and clearing obstacles or creating basic defences. The model can be used with Red3’s T54/55, T62 or T64 (tank model not included)

  • New releasesSoviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

    BMP-3

    The BMP-3 entered service in 1987 using a unique 100mm low velocity gun/missile launcher. The turret also has a coaxial MG and 30mm cannon capable of engaging light armour and slow aircraft. There is a crew of 3 and room for 6 passengers. It can be made amphibious with minor preparation. Approximately 2000 built and models exported to Eastern Bloc …

  • New releasesSoviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

    BMD-1P Paratrooper MICV

    Soviet air transportable Mechanised Infantry Combat Vehicle. This unique lightweight aluminium vehicle was built for the Soviet Paratroop Force or VDV.  This is the 2nd generation version with upgraded Spigot/Spandrel ATGM introduced from 1977

  • CanadaNew releases

    AVGP Cougar

    A 6×6 armoured vehicle, based on the Swiss MOWAG Piranha, with a 76mm gun turret from a British Scorpion tank. These were used for reconnaissance, fire support and training from 1976. Issued to regular, mechanised and reserve units. Just under 200 were produced.

  • CanadaNew releases

    AVGP Grizzly

    A 6×6 armoured personnel carrier, based on the Swiss MOWAG Piranha, built for the Canadian Army and entering service in 1976. Issued to regular, mechanised and reserve units. Over 100 were later sold to Uraguay.

  • Arab States 1948-1991New releases

    GAZ69 “Shimel”

    Soviet built 4×4 “jeep” equiped with 4 Snapper Anti-tank missiles. The missiles were covered by a canvas hood when not in use leading to the nic name “the pram”. Used by Arab forces in the Six day war and war of attrition, many captured by Israel. The design was also copied by Cuba, China and N.Korea.

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991New releases

    No8 bridge

    Number 8 bridge was capable of spanning 80ft and carrying up to 80 tons. It was carried into action by the Chieftain AVLB which could lay or retrieve it rapidly (Multi part kit requiring some modelmaking skill, model is made from is 3D printed Acrylic plastic). Tank for scale

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991New releases

    Chieftain AVLB & No8 bridge

    The Chieftain AVLB with a Number 8 bridge was capable of spanning 80ft in under 3 minutes and carrying up to 80 tons. In service from 1969 to 1989
    (Large multi part kit requiring some modelmaking skill *bridge is 3D printed Acrylic plastic)

  • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991New releases

    Chieftain ARRV

    The Chieftain ARRV was a development of the earlier recovery vehicle with an Atlas crane allowing it to carry out lifting tasks such as power-pack replacement
    (Multi part kit requiring some modelmaking skill)

  • AccessoriesBritain WW2

    US Browning 30 cal. MG (3x strip of 4)

    3 strips of 4 Browning .30 cal MG to add extra detail to models. 1mm peg on base. (Requires model to be drilled, some modelling skill required)

  • AccessoriesNew releases

    Soviet vehicle HMGs (3x strip of 4)

    3 strips of 4 HMG to add extra detail to models. 1mm peg on base. (Requires model to be drilled, some modelling skill required)

  • United States, Cold War 1945-1991

    M35 6×6 Truck

    The M35 was a successor to the WW2 Duce and Half. It has served as the US forces medium truck from 1950 and can be found in service in the present day. Used as troop transport, cargo and artillery tractor with many NATO countries

  • Arab States 1948-1991Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

    BTR-40

    Soviet scout car and APC, this rugged 4×4 was in service form 1950 with 8500 being built. Exported throughout the eastern block and allied states including Egypt, Syria and N.Vietnam, captured vehicles used extensively by Israel. Crew 2+ up to 8 passengers

  • Arab States 1948-1991New releases

    BRMD-1

    Amphibious armoured scout car. Able to cross water with minimal preparation. In service from 1959 through to the 2000s. Around the world and used in may conflicts 11500 built. crew 4, armament pintel MG