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  • 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 , Israeli

    Makmat 160mm Mortar carrier

    Israeli self propelled heavy mortar based on the M4 Sherman chasis. This artillery was used during the Yom Kippur war and Lebanon campaign to provide fire support.  This model can be assemble with front deck open or closed.

  • Cold war , Middle East wars

    ZU 23-2 Anti-aircraft gun (2 pairs)

    This Soviet light AA gun developed in 1955 is also used as a devastating ground support weapon. The twin 23mm cannon are aimed and fired manually. The gun can be towed by jeep, light truck or mounted “portee”  to form a “technical” as often seen in news fotage. Used in dozens of conflicts since the 1950s to the present day. …

  • Cold war , France

    AMX 13-75 light tank

    Introduced in 1952 the AMX 13-75 light tank was used by the French army until the 1980s going through several updates. Other users include: Israel, Nederlands, Belgium, India, Morocco, Lebanon, Peru and Venezuela. Features included; Autoloader for the gun which held 12 rounds in the turret bustle this allowed the crew to be reduced to 3. The gun was rigidly …

  • Cold war , Israeli

    IDF Officer and Radioman x5

    IDF officer in garison cap and radioman

  • Cold war , France

    Citroen 2CV “technical”

    A somewhat doubtful support vehicle for Viet Cong forces in Vietnam, A light weight and light hearted French car fitted with a Soviet 12.7mm HMG. It featured breifly and explosively in “Apocalypse now” so it must be true….

     

  • Cold war , Middle East wars

    2S1 Gvozdika 122mm SPG

    Bulky amphibious self-propelled artillery, designed to keep pace with fast moving armoured formations. Developed in the late 1950s and entering service with the USSR in 1960. This succesful design is still in service around the world and has been updated several times. In Warsaw pack service it was often found near the front line giving direct fire support.

    Used by both …

  • Cold war , Israeli

    IDF Infantry sustained fire MG teams x3

    IDF Infantry, M1 helmet, FN MAG sustained fire MG teams x3  suitable 1960-80s

  • Cold war , Israeli

    IDF infantry 81mm Mortar & team x3

    IDF infantry support teams, M1 helmet , 81mm Mortars  suitable 1960-80s

  • Cold war , Israeli

    IDF Paratrooper sustained fire MG teams x3

    IDF Paratrooper FN MAG sustained fire MG teams x3  suitable 1960-80s

  • Cold war , Israeli

    IDF Paratrooper 81mm Mortar & team x3

    Elite IDF Paratrooper support teams , 81mm Mortars  suitable 1960-80s

  • 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, …

  • Cold war , Israeli

    M3 Half track 120mm Mortar

    Israeli development of the American M3/M5 half track with 120mm mortar. These are often seen attached to armoured battalions to provide rapid artillery support,  smoke or illumination.

  • Cold war , Israeli

    M3 Half track TCM-20 AA

    Israeli development of the American M3/M5 half track with TCM twim 20mm cannon AA mount

  • Cold war , Israeli

    Israeli Anti tank infantry teams (x5)

    The French Blindecide AT launcher was very similar in size and performance to the American super Bazooka. The IDF used this as their primary infantry anti tank weapon during the 1967 and 1973 conflicts

  • Cold war , Israeli

    IDF Paratroopers

    Elite IDF Paratrooper infantry with mixed weapons including LMGs and AT team( 20 figures) suitable 1960-80s

  • Cold war , Israeli

    IDF seated infantry strip of 4 (x6)

    Line of 4 seated infantry suitable for M3 halftrack, enough for 3 vehicles. They can be cut and used to populate other transports

  • Cold war , Middle East wars

    Arab officers (x6) and radioman (x4)

    2 Offers and radioman can be used as a command group or  mixed with other figures to form obsever teams

  • Cold war , Middle East wars

    Arab seated infantry strip of 4 (x6)

    Line of 4 seated infantry suitable for BTR-152  enough for 3 vehicles. They can be cut and used to populate other transports

  • Cold war , Middle East wars

    Arab 120mm Mortar teams (x3)

    The 120mm PM-43 a Soviet design, copied and used all over the world. Still in use in many nations for it’s hard hitting simplicity. 9 figures and 3 mortars

  • Aircraft (1/144) , Cold war

    A4e Skyhawk fighter bomber

    The Skyhawk was developed as a tough compact carrier fighter bomber. It was loved for its easy handling and flexibility. Introduced in 1954 it served the USMC in Vietnam where its huge contribution was overshadowed by the more glamorous aircraft.  This version also served with Israel and Argentina. Approximately 3000 manufactured.

    *Weapons packs extra

  • Aircraft (1/144) , Cold war

    MIG 17 (Fresco) fighter bomber

    The MIG 17 was a development of the MIG 15, larger and more powerful. Introduced in 1952 this rugged and agile air fought for the Warsaw pact and it’s allies in the Middle East and Vietnam. Over 10,000 manufactured.

    *Weapons packs extra

  • Cold war , Israeli

    BTR-50 PB Armoured Personnel Carrier

    An amphibious armoured personnel carrier based on the successful PT-76 tank hull. The BTR-50 could swim with minimal preparation and offered crew and passengers protection from small arms fire and shell splinters. Early versions were unarmed but an MG was usualy pintle mounted at the front of the crew hatch. Occationally they can be seen with Zis-2 Anti tank guns …

  • Cold war , Middle East wars

    PT-76(b) Amphibious Tank

    Unusual amphibious tank designed for water crosing without preparation. Used by Warsaw Pact forces and allies. Saw action in the Middle east crossing the Bitter lake in the Yom Kippur and saw action at Ben Het in Vietnam, one of the few tank actions of that war.

    Introduced in 1951 and still in service.