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  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Land Rover Lightweight Reccon. x2

    The Land Rover 1/2 tonner “lightweight” recconaisance version this is an open top vehicle with MGs front and back. This can be used for airborne recon or just regular unit security patrol vehicle.
    An air transportable run-about that could be lifted by early Helicopters or parachuted from an aircraft. A military specification Land Rover 88 was “lightened” and all absolutely un-necessary …

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Ferret scout car Mk1/2: Liaison or Turret version

    British wheeled reconaisaince and liaison vehicle. The Ferret was a popular “maid of all work” proving armoured protection to personel on the battlefield. It could be found in most Britsh formations from the 1950 through to 2000.  It quiet engine and low profile made it very suited to reconaissance. When fitted with a turret it was used for security patrols. …

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Fox FV721 Armoured car

    British wheeled reconaisaince armoured car. A development on from the successful Ferret series. Tthe Fox was less popular due to it’s height, making it harder to conceal and problems with instability. In service 1974 -94. Exported to Nigeria and Malawi

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Rapier SAM system (2 launchers 1 firing post)

    Rapier system has been in service since 1971, it saw use in the Falklands conflict. The 2 launchers can be assembled* ready to launch or in towing position.  The is one firing post with the gunner and commander.  This represents the 1980 version.

    This is a multi-part model*

     

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    British gun crews (3×3 figures)

    Gun crew for British artillery, suitable for the 105mm Light weight (Gun not included).

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    FV432 FOX turret

    British fully tracked APC in service from early 1960 to present day. This version depictes the rare FOX turret conversion used by recon. units of Berlin brigade. The 30mm Rarden cannon gave the APV significantly more punch, but the conversion was not popular. ( for accuracy the comanders coupola should be filled flat as this was removed and plated over).

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    FV432 APC with PEAK turret

    British fully tracked APC in service from early 1960 to present day. This version depictes the popular PEAK engineering MG turret which allowed the APC to support infantry while staying under cover. Some units had all PEAK armed vehicles others mixed them with regular APCs

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    British Paratroopers 1960-80s (20 figures)

    This pack depicts a mixture of British Paratroopers in beret from the 1960-80s.  Some are in light order and some burdened with fully marching kit. Armed with: SLR rifle, Stirling SMG, GPMP and Carl Gustav RR. Suitable for Falklands conflict and Cold war.  There are 20 figures mixed from 8 poses to give approximately 2 sections. The figures can be …

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    British really useful specialists pack

    Realy useful British specialists: Snipers in ghillie suit x2, Blowpipe SAM gunner x1, Laser designator opperator x1 , spotter with binos x1, 51mm mortarman x1. These can be used on there own or mixed in with regular infantry and command figures depending on your rules and preferances

     

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    British WOMBAT 120mm RR (x3)

    The 120mm WOMBAT Recoiless Rifle was a powerful medium ranged AT weapon developed in the 1950s.  These could be towed or carried portee on Land Rovers and Snow Tracs. They were retained by the Berlin Brigade into the 1990s as they were considered more suitable than missiles in a built up area. (does not include land rover)

    *Model will replace the …

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    British Command teams (officer x6 radiomen x4)

    The British officer figures and radiomen, these can be used as is, or mixed in with other figures.

     

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Spartan with CMT (Compact Milan Turret) FV120

    Armoured personel carrier ungraded with a 2 missile Milan turret. The turret replacing the roof hatch. Converted in the late 1980s. These saw action in the 1st Gulf war.

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    British Milan ATGM teams (x3)

    These represent the 2nd generation ATGM similar to the Soviet Spigot and US TOW systems. These missiles were used by Britsh forces in the 1982 Falklands conflict to clear bunkers.

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    British infantry 81mm Mortar teams (x3)

    British infantry support teams, Mk4 helmet , 81mm L16 Mortar,  suitable 1960-80s (12 items)

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    British Infantry sustained fire GPMG teams (x3)

    British infantry teams with the tripod mounted sustained fire General Pupose Machine Gun

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    FV434 Repair and recovery vehicle

    British fully tracked repair and light recovery  vehicle. This APC based machine acts as a mobile workshop and repair facilty for armoured vehicles. The rear deck well can be used to transport powerpacks and parts or tented in to serve as a field workshop. A 3t crane aids removal of damaged or failed parts.

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Land Rover 1 tonner FC101 Paratrooper

    The Land Rover 1 tonner came out a project to find an air transportable tractor unit for the L118 105mm light gun. This unique variant of the Land Rover exceeded expectations, able to tow the gun while carrying the 6 gunners, their personal equipment and 1t of ammunition. It went on to be widely used within the Britsh army and …

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Light Gun 105mm L118 (1x firing 1x towing position)

    The Light gun was designed as a replacement for the 25pdr field gun. It has a unusual barrel forward towing system that creates a compact and stable trailer. The weapon can fire at extreme elevations and has been updated with sophisticated fire control systems. Used by 18 nations armed forces including the USMC

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Land Rover 1/2 tonner Lightweight x2

    The Land Rover 1/2 tonner came out a project to find an air transportable run about that could be lifted by early Helicopters or parachuted from an aircraft. A military specification Land Rover 88 was “lightened” and all absolutely un-necessary equipemnt removed bringing the weight to 1202kg. Manufactured from 1968-84. Used by 20 countries including Denmark, Belgium and Holland.

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Land Rover 1 tonner FC101

    The Land Rover 1 tonner came out a project to find an air transportable tractor unit for the L118 105mm light gun. This unique variant of the Land Rover exceeded expectations, able to tow the gun while carrying the 6 gunners, their personal equipment and 1t of ammunition. It went on to be widely used within the Britsh army and …

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Striker ATGM carrier FV102

    ATGM carrier based on the CVRT range of light fast vehicles introduced to replace armoured cars in the British army from 1973. The Striker was opperational between 1976-2005, it carried 5 Swingfire guided missile in a hydaulicly opperated launcher at the rear of the vehicle, with 5 more reloads carried inside. Used to support and protect armoured formations. Crew 3. …

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Spartan APC FV103

    Armoured personel carrier based on the CVRT range of light fast vehicles introduced to replace armoured cars in the British army from 1973. The APC variant has been used by many different branches of the British armed forces, compact and manoeuvrable. Crew 3 plus upto 4 infantrymen or various specialist teams such as Mortar spotters, Milan ATGM or Blowpipe AA …

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    British regular infantry 1960-80s (20 figures)

    Regular British infantry in Mk4 “Turtle” Helmet in light marching order.  Armed with: SLR rifle, Stirling SMG, GPMP and Carl Gustav RR. Suitable for BAOR and many other theatres.  There are 20 figures mixed from 8 poses to give approximately 2 sections. Note some TA units retained the SLR into the 1990s (vehicles not included)

  • Cold war , Great Britain

    Bedford MK 4 tonner

    Bedford MK 4×4, the “4 tonner” first produced in 1970 was still in British us as late as 2014, over 50,000 produced. It was used as logistics, troop transport,  artillery tractor to name a few uses of the basic version. It was also modified to have office bodies, cranes and tankers. Used by Britain, Bangladesh, Belgium, Brunei, Denmark, Indonesia, Ireland, …