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.
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)
In the 1960s the landrover was adapted to carry the powerful 120mm WOMBAT anti-tank gun. In continued in service even after the introduction of anti tank missiles up until the 1980s as a reserve weapon. It also remained in service with the Berlin Brigade, as ATGM were of limited use in built up areas.
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. …