A34 Comet heavy tank
£26.00
A34 Comet heavy tank
The Comet in many ways was an up-rated Cromwell, retaining its low silhouette and improving on both armour and armament. It had more than 4 inches of frontal armour - the same as the much heavier American Pershing tank. The...
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Achilles: British 17pdr SPG
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Achilles: British 17pdr SPG
The standard infantry anti-tank gun was the 6 pdr - a gun capable of taking out most German armour but one that struggled against the heavier Panthers, Tigers and their ilk. The much moire potent 17 pdr was very effective...
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Daimler Armoured Car Mk 1
£19.00
Daimler Armoured Car Mk 1
Tough, fast and agile, the Daimler's design was an enlarged version of the successful Daimler Dingo. With four-wheel drive and extremely low gearing, it could climb extremely steep slopes with ease. Its rotating turret was armed with a 2 pounder...
£19.00
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British AEC Armoured Car Mk II
The heavy hitters of the recon regiments! Despite their size and appearance these apparent light weights carried a not too shabby  6pdr (57mm) gun.  The Mark III was upgraded to a 75mm cannon possibly the most potent anti tank weapon...
£21.00
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British AEC Armoured Car Mk III
Mounting a potent 75mm gun the mk III AEC armoured car was probably the most heavily armed recce vehicle of WWII. The earlier Mk II carried the 6 pounder (57mm) gun and can be found here. The 'heavy' troop in...
£22.00
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Korean War British Infantry section (summer)
The backbone of the British and Commonwealth armies was the regular soldier. At the start of the war they may have lacked practical experience, but were well-trained professionals, and likely to be led by men who had fought for several...
£18.00
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Korean War British super bazooka team (summer)
Although the British still used the Projector Infantry Anti-Tank (PIAT), it became more common for them to upgrade to the American-made super Bazooka. The previous version of this weapon (2.36") had proved insufficient to penetrate the armour of the Soviet-made...
£4.00
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Korean War: British MMG Team (Summer)
A .303 Vickers water-cooled machine gun offered fire support to infantry units. This was another weapon of World War I vintage to soldier on through World War II and into Korea. It proved extremely effective at laying down continuous fire...
£8.00
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Korean War: British Medium Mortar Team (Summer)
The 3-inch mortar was used to provide support from up to 3,000 yards dependent upon the projectile used. The 3-inch mortar was operated by a crew of three and was often transported in a Universal ‘Bren’ Carrier. Models supplied unassembled...
£8.00
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