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    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

      British Engineers (10)

      British Engineers busy clearing mines and creating obstacles, these should mix in well with regular infantry.

       

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

      Stalwart Mk2 amphibious truck (Waterline version)

      A waterline version of the Stalwart was developed to provide British armoured units with an amphibious all-terrain supply vehicle.  As part of the Alivis 600 series of 6×6 vehicles it proved very popular with Britsh forces but saw limited export success. (example shown with AC1, Box loads, available seperately)

       

       

       

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      FV433 Abbot 105mm SPG

      Self-propelled gun bases on the FV400 chasis and the 105mm Howiter gun. The Abbot was the main SPG of the Britsh army from 1965 to the mid 1990s. Exported to India.

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      FV439 Command and Signals

      British fully tracked radio and command vehicle

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      FV432 with Cymberline Radar

      British fully tracked APC with Cymberline radar.

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

      Stalwart Mk2 amphibious truck

      The Stalwart was developed to provide British armoured units with an amphibious all-terrain supply vehicle.  As part of the Alivis 600 series of 6×6 vehicles it proved very popular with Britsh forces but saw limited export success. (example shown with AC1, Box loads, available seperately)

       

       

       

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

      Saracen APC

      The Saracen was part of the Alivis 600 series of 6×6 vehicles.  Used by Britain, the Saracen saw action in the Malasian chrisis and became an export succes because of it was significantly cheaper to run than tracked APCs but offered full armour and an MG turret.

      It saw action as part of Jordanian forces in the Arab Israeli conflicts and …

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

      Saladin Armoured Car

      The Saladin is part of the Alivis 600 series of 6×6 vehicles.  Used by Britain, the Saladin became an export succes because of it was significantly cheaper than a tank but offered full armour and a useful 76mm gun. Users included West Germany, Austrailia, Jordan, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and UEA. It also sold well in Afica, Aisia and South America. …

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

      Challenger 1 MBT

      The Challenger 1 tank in British service between 1983-2001. The first British tank to use Chobam armour. It proved a success in the 1991 Gulf war and Bosnian conflict. Also opperated by Jordan

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Saxon APC – MG turret

      British wheeled APC developed to transport troops quickly and economically over large distances. The design is based on the running gear of the Bedford truck with basic armoured protection. A number were armed with the PEAK engineering MG turret.

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Saxon APC – commanders cupola

      British wheeled APC developed to transport troops quickly and economically over large distances. The design is based on the running gear of the Bedford truck with basic armoured protection

    • 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 …

    • 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

       

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      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 …

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      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. …

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Fox FV721 Armoured car

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

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      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.  There is one firing post with the gunner and commander.  This represents the 1980s version.

      This is a multi-part model*

       

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      British gun crews (3×3 figures)

      Gun crew in beret suitable for British artillery.

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      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).

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      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

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      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 …

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      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