Hungarian Army 44M 'mace thrower' rocket launcherAdd to Wish List
Roughly translated as the ‘mace-thrower’, the 44M Buzogányvető was a prototype rocket weapon designed towards the end of the war. The dual unguided rockets were mounted on either captured and converted Soviet Maxim MG wheeled carriages, or a custom tripod....
Soviet 82mm medium mortar team (Winter)Add to Wish List
The standard Russian medium mortar of the war was the 82-PM-41 or 82mm battalion mortar Model 1941. This served alongside the otherwise similar 82mm Model 1937. Both were very effective and accurate weapons with a range of about 3,000 yards....
Finnish 37 PstK/36 Bofors anti-tank gunAdd to Wish List
Faced with the vast forces of the Soviets, the courageous and resourceful Finnish soldiers, masters of fieldcraft, sniping, and small unit tactics, slowed and then began to roll back the massive Soviet assaults. Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3...
Korean War: North Korean KPA heavy mortar teamAdd to Wish List
The KPA used the 120mm mortar which had a range of about 6,000 yards. Although even heavier mortars were produced, these were breech-loading Soviet model weapons with carriages and required towing vehicles to move, making them true artillery pieces. The...
Korean War: North Korean KPA M-42 anti-tank gunAdd to Wish List
The 45mm anti-tank gun, M1942, was designed to provide a weapon with greater penetrative power. However, like the prior M1937, it was outdated against the modern UN armour. The light-weight gun is mounted on the modified carriage of the M1937...
Polish Airborne 6-pdr anti-tank gunAdd to Wish List
This particular 6-pdr has a cutdown shield, folding trails, tie down points and other minor mods to enable it to be dropped on the battlefield. Having the flexibility to deploy a reliable anti-tank weapon really gives the Polish Airborne much...