Bolt Action – Battleground Europe

Focus: Battleground Europe – A Bolt Action supplement

Battleground Europe was the first in the Warlord range of Bolt Action Theatre Books, each of which focus on a specific theatre of operations, providing detailed history, scenarios, army lists and rules for…

History: The Rangers at Pointe du Hoc

One of the most daring, dangerous, and infamous attacks of D-Day was the US Army Rangers’ assault on the guns of Pointe Du Hoc. Sporting huge cliffs that overlooked the…

Scenario: Glider Assault D-Day

D-Day to Berlin – Battleground Europe supplement to Bolt Action takes you feet first into action with 15 challenge packed scenarios! Here Scenario 2 from pages 20-22 gets you mounted…

Profile: Major General John Frost CB, DSO & Bar, MC, DL

Major General John Dutton (Johnny) Frost CB, DSO & Bar, MC, DL was a British Officer of the 1st Airborne Division. He fought in numerous theatres throughout the war, including…

Market Garden Report!

Hey guys! Jamie here, we really love seeing your awesome games online in the Facebook groups! I saw this awesome Market Garden themed Bolt Action Game from Southend-on-Sea Wargames; posted…

New: Sarissa World War Europe range now in stock!

Sarissa Precision have vast collections to choose from and we noticed some missing from our range – so here they are! A great way to inexpensively cover your battlefield in gloriously…

Historical Account: Villers-Bocage

This battle is perhaps most well known due to the extraordinary actions of a famous German tank commander, Michael Wittmann. In the span of 15 minutes his unit would be responsible for destroying…

Focus: D-Day Airborne

The Weather clears and the orders are clear – the invasion begins! The early hours of June 6th 1944 – In the vanguard are the airborne, elite units sent ahead…

New: Industrial Battlefield

View in Store We’ve put together this collection of industrial terrain to provide everything you need for a fantastic Bolt Action battlefield – perfect for Western and Eastern Front or…

New: Word War II Single Storey Houses

This week sees us adding to our selection of terrain from Sarissa Precission with two different versions of a single story house, one intact and one destroyed. We think they…

New: Sherman V Duplex Drive

Duplex Drive or DD tanks, (nicknamed “Donald Duck tanks”) were a type of amphibious swimming tank developed by the British during the Second World War. DD tanks worked by erecting…

Historical Account: The Battle for Arnhem

On the 17th September 1944, preceding a bombing run from the Allies, the first British units landed near Arnhem. The British 1st Airborne Division, commanded by Major General Roy Urquhart…

Scenario: Omaha Beach

With our first Theatre Book, Battleground Europe, now in many of your hands, we thought we’d wring out our resident Italian gamesmaster, Alessio Cavatore, for all of his creative juices…

Profile: Michael Wittman

Michael Wittmann was one of Germany’s most famous ‘panzer aces’ of World War II. During his career he was credited with destroying 138 enemy tanks and 132 anti-tank guns. He…

Units in Profile: French Resistance

Patriots had been fighting the Germans ever since the fall of France. Hundreds of small groups were constantly sabotaging rail lines, demolishing German supply depots and sending invaluable information to the Allies….

Profile: Simone Segouin

The 17 year old French resistance fighter known as “Nicole Minet” was a farm girl when the war broke out. A few years later in 1943 she joined the Franc…

Historical Account: The Battle for Carentan

Carentan was a small town of about 4,000 people. It also happened to be right next to the N-13 highway as well as the Cherbourg-Paris railroad, and sat in between Utah…

History: The Battle for Pegasus Bridge

The night before D-Day, a force consisting of 200 men of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light companies as well as 20 sappers, men of the Glider Pilot Regiment and around…

Profile: Major John Howard

Major Howard was in command of the 2nd Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, which would spearhead the assault into German occupied France. Howard had risen through the ranks and had…

Regiment Profile: The Ox and Bucks

The “Ox and Bucks” first saw action on the retreat at Dunkirk, under Operation Dynamo 26th May-3rd June 1940. The 1st Battalion fought at the Battle of Ypres-Comines Canal, in…

Showcase: The Airborne Forces of Bolt Action

With the release of the optional rules set for Airlanding reinforcements for Bolt Action, now is the time… muster the troops, tighten your straps, check your ‘chute, say a quick…

New: Armoured Fury – Bolt Action Tank War starter set

Armoured Fury allows you to dive into action as either an American Sherman tank commander or become a Panzer commander of lethal Panther tanks. Filled with loads of awesome plastic…

Rules: Lights! Camera! Action! Using War Reporters in Bolt Action

Before we get into this article I would just like to point out this is a fun, optional rule allowing you to use the free miniature you get when you…