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    • West Germany 1945-1991

      Iltis, VW 183 (x2)

      The VW Iltis was introduced in 1975 to provide the Bundeswehr with an inexpensive 4×4 runabout.  It was manufactured Canada became interested in the design and bought the rights to manufacture it producing 2500 for the Canadian army and a similar number for the Belgian Army. Small numbers were used as ambulance, radio vehicle and transport for AT or artillery …

    • West Germany 1945-1991

      Sustained fire MG3 team (x3)

      The MG3 was derived from the very succesful MG42 of WW2 and has only recently been retired from service. This model shows a crew served weapon on tripod.

    • West Germany 1945-1991

      West German Command team Officer and Radioman (x5)

      Command team can be used as it is or mixed in with other figures to create other team such as FAO or HQ units

    • West Germany 1945-1991

      Milan Team ATGM team

      The Milan was the standard West German ATGM from the early 1970s to the end of the Cold War

    • West Germany 1945-1991

      West German M120 Mortar team (x3)

      M120 West German heavy mortar. This has been the standard infantry support weapon since the 1960s. It is normally carried in a light truck or APC.

    • West Germany 1945-1991

      Fuchs TPz APC with Milan firing post

      The Fuchs(Fox) wheeled APC was first introduced in to the West German army in 1979. Almost1000 went into service in a variety of roles. This model depictics the armoured personel carrier fitted with a launching post for the Milan ATGM.  This carrier could be used to engauge tanks directly or the crew could dismount.



    • West Germany 1945-1991

      Fuchs TPz APC

      The Fuchs(Fox) wheeled APC with was first introduced in to the West German army in 1979. Almost 1000 went into service in a variety of roles. This model depictics the armoured personel carrier.  This basic carrier could be fitted with kits changing it to an ambulance or command post. Crew 2 upto 9 passengers



    • Germany 1939-45

      Hannomag SdKfz 251/1 Rocket launcher

      251/1 halftrack fitted with wurframen rocket launcher racks able to fire a devistating if inaccurate barrage of 6x 40cm  rockets. This was a simple addition to the basic APC half track. Nicknamed “stuka zu fuss” or walking stuka


    • Germany 1939-45

      Hannomag SdKfz 251/9 ausf D, 75mm gun halftrack

      The Hannomag 251/9 ausf D, 75mm gun half track, nicknamed “Stummel” used by the heavy weapons company to give supporting artillery fire.

    • Germany 1939-45

      Hannomag SdKfz 251/7 ausf D, Pioneer Halftrack

      The Hannomag 251/7 ausf D half track designed to transport engineers forward under fire to overcome obstacles and fortifications. The D model was produced in quantity from 1943-5.

      Model comes with crew and bridges

    • Germany 1939-45

      Hannomag SdKfz 251/1 ausf D Half track and passengers

      The Hannomag 251/1 ausf D half track was a mid war development, designed to reduce production time and costs while still transporting a 10 man Panzer Grenadier squad into battle protected against bullets and shell splinters.

      This model represents the standard 251/1 troop transport. There where 22 variants built to cover many specialist roles such as anti tank, artillery and engineering. …

    • Soviet Union WW2

      76mm ZIS-3 Divisional gun and crew (1x gun deployed, 1x gun on tow)

      Manufactured from 1941 the ZIS-3 divisional gun gave admirable service during WW2 and the Korean and Vietnam wars. It was significantly lighter than other contempory designs and proved a capable AT gun and artillery piece.


    • Soviet Union WW2 , United States WW2

      SEEP Amphibious jeep x1 on land and x1 waterline

      Approximately 3000 amphibious jeeps were constructed during WW2, they were used by the US army in North africa and Italy but proved unpopular due to their size and weight. Most were sent to the USSR under the lend-leasse scheme. The Soviet army liked them as the east had poorly maintained roads and many water ways to cross. The Soviet union …

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Giant Viper mine clearing trailer

      Giant Viper mine clearing system was able to rapidly clear a path through a mine field 7m wide by 200m long. The trailer unit could be towed behind the Centurion AVRE, FV432 APC or CET (Combat Engineering Tractor).

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Centurion AVRE 165

      The Centurion AVRE served from 1963 to 1997 as an armoured assault vehicle for the Royal Engineers. The 165mm demolition gun was design to destroy buildings and bunkers with it’s 60lb HESH round, its dozer blade for constructing ramps, firing pits or clearing obstacles
      The front tray carries a pipe “fascine” for filling in trenches. It could also tow the Giant …

    • Soviet Union WW2

      Soviet tank riders

      Due to a lack of armoured transport for Soviet infantry in support of tanks, troops took to riding into battle on the back of the tanks. They would descend from the tanks into combat with the enemy. This pack contains 6 clusters of troops riding into battle (tanks not included)

    • Soviet Union WW2

      Soviet Assault Engineers WW2 (x10)

      Soviet assault engineers where specialists trained to overcome fortifications and defences. They characteristically wore heavy steel body armour to protect them from shrapnel and SMG bullets. 10 figures from 3 poses; flamethrower, satchel charge and SMG.


    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      FV432 Engineer’s APC with Ranger and Bar minelayers

      British Engineers mine laying APC with Ranger scatter mine projector and Barmine laying plough. These would be used to quickly lay a minefield ahead of an advancing enemy, to blocking or delay their advance.


    • Arab States 1948-1991 , Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Unimog 404 Light truck

      The Unimog 404 was produced from 1955-1980 with 36,000 for the Bundeswehr. This successful 4×4 truck was used by many armies including Syrian forces during the Arab-Israeli conflicts. It’s has been seen in many “Bush” wars as a “technical” by mounting machine guns and cannon. Other users include: France, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland and the UK


    • Soviet Union WW2

      Soviet SMG sections, WW2 (x20)

      As World War 2 progressed the Soviet Union began to deploy companies and sometimes whole Battalions equiped with SMGs such as the PPSH, replacing all rifles. This gave such units tremendous firepower at close range. Squads still retained the DP28 LMG to give supporting fire.   20 figures are picked from 7 poses to form approximately 2 sections.

    • West Germany 1945-1991

      West German Infantry/Panzer Grenadiers 1960-80s (x20)

      West German Infantry wearing US pattern M1 Helmet and US style uniform with German webbing. Equiped with the G3 rifle, MG3, Panzerfaust2 and UZI, They represent troops in light order and are suitable as Infantry or Panzer Grenadiers of the 60s,70s and 80s.   20 figures are picked from 7 poses to form approximately 2 sections.

    • Germany 1939-45

      SdKfz 250/1 Neu Light Half track – leaders vehicle

      The Sdkfz 250/11 replaced the 37mm “door knocker” with the high velocity 28mm AT gun and was used by platoon leaders


    • Germany 1939-45

      SdKfz 250/8 Neu Light Half track “stummel”

      The Sdkfz 250/8  light half track with short 75mm gun, developed as a support vehicle for recconaisance units.


    • Germany 1939-45

      SdKfz 250/9 20mm cannon recce.

      The Sdkfz 250/10 Recce light half track Panzer Recce companies. This version was designed as a more mobile replacement for the Sdkfz 222 armoured car. The Neu version was manufactured from 1943 and used a simpler armour configuration that was much easer to manufacture and provided more space in the vehicle.