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    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      StuH 42

      StuH 42 assault gun, based on the Panzer III chassis with a 105mm gun to provide support to infantry units. These had limited AT ability using a HEAT shell. They served on all fronts from late 1942 approximately 1300 built.

    • Arab States 1948-1991Germany 1939-45

      Stug III G

      Stug III G assault gun, based on the Panzer III chassis, this combination of the Panzer III hull and long 75mm gun created a deadly defensive weapon able to destroy allied tanks from a distance while hidden. These served on all fronts from late 1942-45. Post war the Stug III went on to be used by Czechs upto the …

    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      Panzer 3 ausf N

      Panzer III medium tank, the Ausf N was a last production version with the L24 75mm infantry gun. These served through to the end of the war in decreasing numbers as production stopped in late 43

    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      Panzer 3 ausf J/L/M

      Panzer III medium tank, the Ausf L/M was a late production version with the L60 50mm AT gun. These served in N. Africa, Italy and Russia from 1941-4.

    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      PAK-40 75mm gun and crew (1x gun deployed, 1x gun on tow)

      PAK-40 75mm anti-tank gun, this robust and effect gun entered service in 1943. Light, simple and able to penetrate almost any Allied armour it could be towed by lorry or half-track. 23000 built. It continued in used post WW2 with Eastern bloc Nations, Austria, Portugal and North Vietnam

    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      Hannomag SdKfz 251/22 Pak40

      The Hannomag 251/22 late production ausf D fitted with a Pak40 anti-tank gun. Apparently not a popular vehicle, because of the limit traverse of the gun, the extra weight and severe recoil

    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      Hannomag SdKfz 251/6 Command

      The Hannomag 251/6 ausf D late war command and communications vehicle. These came in 4 sub types depending on the command level and radio fit. This shows the awning partly deployed to shelter the radios from the weather, often seen in photos.

    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      Tiger 1 (late version – Wittman)

      Late model Tiger 1 modelled on 101st SS Heavy Tank Battalion vehicles encountered in Normandy. The tank ace Michael Wittman commanded one in 1944. Steel wheels, extra track armour and low profile cupola. Can be modelled with commander or closed down.

    • Germany 1939-45New releases

      Tiger 1 (mid)

      The legendary German heavy tank, this model represents a mid-production version with “dustbin” cupola and rubber road wheels. Suitable for 1942-3. Can be modelled with commander or closed down

    • NetherlandsNew releases

      Dutch command (5x officers 5x radio)

      Dutch command teams, can be used as is or mixed in with other figures

    • NetherlandsNew releases

      Dutch FN MAG MG team (x3)

      Dutch sustained fire MG teams with FN MAG

    • France, Cold War 1945-91Netherlands

      120mm RT Mortar (1x towed 1x firing)

      French 120mm RT heavy mortar, a rifled mortar capable of accurate fire out to 8km. In service with many nations including France, Netherlands, Belgium and the USA. The mortar is towed by locking a hitch into its barrel. (1x towed 1x firing with crew)

    • France, Cold War 1945-91Netherlands

      AMX 13-105 light tank

      Introduced in 1957 the AMX 13-105 light tank was sold to the Netherlands (1961-83)and Argentina. The CN-105mm gun gave the AMX significantly more punch and wider selection of Ammunition. Crew 3

    • NetherlandsNew releases

      M113 C&V

      A compact Command and Reconnaissance vehicle base on components from the M113 APC known as the M113 C&V in Dutch service. Initial Dutch models carried the 50 cal HB Browning on the commanders cupola and a side hatch for fast entry and exit. In 1974 the fleet was upgraded with a 25mm Oerlikon cannon turret. It was now able to …

    • CanadaNew releases

      Lynx M113 C&R

      Known as the Lynx in Canadian service the M113 C&R was a compact Command and Reconnaissance vehicle base on components from the M113 APC. Crew 3, armed with a .50 cal. Browning MG for defence.

    • Netherlands

      Dutch Infantry 1960-1980s (20)

      Dutch Cold War infantry in M1 pattern helmet and armed with the FN FAL rifle, these are depicted in light marching order. 20 figures including SMGs and Light AT weapons.

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Fv180 CET (Combat Engineering Tractor)

      The CET is an amphibious armoured light engineering vehicle. It was multi-purpose, able to dig defences, carry out earth moving and bridge preparation. It’s 8t winch could be used for vehicle recovery or rigged as a light crane. When towing the Giant Viper it could be used for mine clearance. crew 2.

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Land Rover 110 hardtop FFR (x2)

      Land Rover 110 Hard Top FFR (Fitted for radio) During the 1980s Land Rover significantly updated the design with improved suspension and a wider range of modern engines, these became known as the Defender. Produced from 1983 to 2016. Over 2 million vehicles produced 1947-2016.

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Land Rover “Defender” 110 canvas (x2)

      During the 1980s Land Rover significantly updated the design with improved suspension and a wider range of modern engines, these became known as the Defender. The model was produced in a wide variety of versions including canvas and hard top variants in 90, 110 and 130 wheelbases. Produced from 1983 to 2016. Over 2 million vehicles produced 1947-2016.

    • Netherlands

      YP408 Command

      Dutch YP-408 8×6 wheeled APC based on DAF running gear. 750 were produced in the 1960s and it remained in service until 1987. Crew 2+10. A number of variants were produced including: Command version with additional radios and map tables, Unarmed ambulance, and TOW missile armed AT version. Used by Nederlands, Portugal and Suriname

    • Netherlands

      YP408 Ambulance

      Dutch YP-408 8×6 wheeled APC based on DAF running gear. 750 were produced in the 1960s and it remained in service until 1987. Crew 2+10. A number of variants were produced including: Command version with additional radios and map tables, Unarmed ambulance, and TOW missile armed AT version. Used by Nederlands, Portugal and Suriname

    • NetherlandsNew releases

      YP408 TOW ATGM

      Dutch YP-408 8×6 wheeled APC based on DAF running gear. 750 were produced in the 1960s and it remained in service until 1987. Crew 2+10. A number of variants were produced including: Command version with additional radios and map tables, Unarmed ambulance, and TOW missile armed AT version. Used by Nederlands, Portugal and Suriname

    • Netherlands

      YP408 APC

      Dutch YP-408 8×6 wheeled APC based on DAF running gear. 750 were produced in the 1960s and it remained in service until 1987. Crew 2+10. A number of variants were produced including: Command version with additional radios and map tables, Unarmed ambulance, and TOW missile armed AT version. Used by Nederlands, Portugal and Suriname

    • Netherlands

      YPR-765 APC-cupola

      The YPR-765 was developed as a private venture based on the M113, FMC created a more economic competitor to the Bradley M2, the US government was not interested but from 1975 the Dutch government ordered over 2000 vehicles, it was also purchased by the Belgium (500+) and by the Philippines. As the fleets have been updated many have been exported …