Tagged: Artillery War-machines

Webstore: Anglo-Zulu War: British 7 Pdr & Crew 1879

This 7 pounder of the Royal Artillery was one of two used at Insandlwana. It used a rugged carriage and could fire shell ball or case shot at close range….

Webstore: Plastic Gabions (20)

Gabions are military fortifications made from wickerwork in the shape of large round cages with open tops and bottoms, Early examples were most commonly used to protect field artillery gunners…

Webstore: Pike & Shotte Mortar

  There were few more terrifying weapons in the 17th Century than the fearsome blast of the mortar bomb. Employed largely at si

Webstore: Pike & Shotte light gun

Pack contains 1 metal gun and 3 metal crew figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Pike & Shotte Engineer Working Party

It was not all marching and fighting in 17th century armies. Roads were normally appalling and needed to be

Webstore: Scots Frame Gun with Mule

The Scots Covenanters fielded a huge array of artillery, ranging

Webstore: Scots Frame Gun Close Support Battery

The Scottish Frame Gun Close Support Battery includes 3 Frame guns and 9 crew for £25 saving you £5!

Webstore: Saker Cannon

The Saker was the mainstay of the artillery park. Large and fearsome enough to pound the enemy in the field and also manageable (just!) so that it could arrive on…

Webstore: Swedish Leather Gun

The leather cannon, or leather gun, was designed from the desire to build a light and cost effective weapon that would help fill the gap between the portable musket an…

Webstore: Waffen-SS 10.5cm LeFH 18/40 medium artillery (1943-45)

The 10.5cm leFH 18 Gun was a medium sized howitzer, of an early design (1920s-30s) that was used throughout the conflict on almost every theatre. In this version it is…

Webstore: Waffen-SS 150mm Nebelwerfer 41 (1943-45)

German scientists had been working on rocketry for all manner of purposes in the years leading up to the war. When the Germans crashed over the border into Russia in…

Webstore: Waffen-SS 75mm PaK 40 anti-tank gun (1943-45)

The 7.5 cm PaK 40 (7.5 cm Panzerabwehrkanone 40) was a German 7.5 centimetre anti-tank gun developed in 1939-1941 by Rheinmetall and used during the Second World War. PaK 40…

Webstore: Scots Saker Cannon

Due to popular demand we've spliced together the Scottish crew from our great little Frame Gun and the  Saker cannon to give you a Scottish Saker! The Saker was the…

Webstore: Scots Multi-barrelled Frame Gun

Scotland might not have been one of the richest lands in Europe, but when its well organised army marched to war, it went well equipped with artillery in quantity and…

Webstore: Napoleonic Russian 6-pdr battery

The battery is made up of 3 cannons and their crew. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Napoleonic Russian 6 pdr cannon 1809-1815 with crew running back

The Russian Napoleonic army underwent massive organisational changes in 1805, and the revamping of the artillery arm was a vital part of this as it was considered the most important…

Webstore: Napoleonic Russian 6 pdr cannon 1809-1815 with crew firing

The Russian Napoleonic army underwent massive organisational changes in 1805, and the revamping of the artillery arm was a vital part of this as it was considered the most important…

Webstore: Napoleonic Russian 12-pdr battery

The battery is made up of 3 cannons and their crew. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Napoleonic Russian 12 pdr cannon 1809-1815 with crew running back

The Russian Napoleonic army underwent massive organisational changes in 1805, and the revamping of the artillery arm was a vital part of this as it was considered the most important…

Webstore: Napoleonic Russian 12 pdr cannon 1809-1815 with crew firing

The Russian Napoleonic army underwent massive organisational changes in 1805, and the revamping of the artillery arm was a vital part of this as it was considered the most important…

Webstore: Napoleonic Russian 10-pdr Licorne howitzer 1809-1815 with crew running back

The Russian Napoleonic army underwent massive organisational changes in 1805, and the revamping of the artillery arm was a vital part of this as it was considered the most important…

Webstore: Napoleonic Russian 10-pdr Licorne howitzer 1809-1815 with crew firing

The Russian Napoleonic army underwent massive organisational changes in 1805, and the revamping of the artillery arm was a vital part of this as it was considered the most important…

Webstore: Imperial Roman Century

Deal consists of 80 Romans, 1 Centurion, 1 Optio, 1 Scorpion. 1 x Imperial Roman Command Sprue 7 x Imperial Roman Infantry Sprues 1 x Imperial Roman Scorpion Sprue Note

Webstore: Early Imperial Romans: Legionaries and Scorpion boxed set

Well-drilled, and clad in his segmented armour the Legionary was the lifeblood of the Roman war machine –

Webstore: Demi-culverin cannon

Add more devastating firepower to your Pike & Shotte army with this menacing Demi-culverin. This new gun and crew are ideals for sieges or simply breaking up your opponents battleline….

Webstore: Caesarian Roman scorpion

Pack contains 2 metal figures plus 1 metal support weapon. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: French Napoleonic Foot Artillery 1804 to 1812

This superb set of miniatures represents French foot artillery from 1804 to 1812. The set contains: Three guns – a choice of 8pdr or 12 pdr guns for the Gribeauval…

Webstore: Le Grande Batterie

This superb bundle has been put-together to represent the Napoleonic French Grand Battery tactic – the massed guns waiting to rain fire down upon the enemy! The set contains three packs of Victrix…

Webstore: Napoleonic British Rocketeer with horse

Rockets were used by the Royal Marines and the Royal Artillery extensively during the War of 1812 campaigns of 1814; the Battle of Lundy’s Lane, the Plattsburg campaign, the Chesapeake…

Webstore: American War of Independence British Army starter set

New York – 1776, General Washington has been preparing his defences since April. After leading British troops to victory in the Battle of Bunker Hill, General William Howe took command…

Webstore: American War of Independence Continental Army starter set

March 1776 – Continental artillery is placed overlookiing the city of Boston forcing the evacuation of the British forces. For the next five years, the main bodies of the Continental…

Webstore: Pike & Shotte Ordnance Battery

It was a rare thing for a general in the 17th Century to take to the field without an artillery train to intimidate and pulverise the enemy lines. These cannon…

Webstore: Napoleonic British Rocket Bombarding Frame

Rockets were used by the Royal Marines and the Royal Artillery extensively during the War of 1812 campaigns of 1814; the Battle of Lundy’s Lane, the Plattsburg campaign, the Chesapeake…

Webstore: Imperial Romans: Plastic Scorpion

Each Roman Century would be provided with a Scorpio Catapult to accompany them on the battlefield.

Webstore: American Civil War Artillery 1861-65

The set contains 3 guns, 3 limbers and 18 crew plus bases. There are 4 gun barrels for each gun; Napoleon 12pdr, 3 inch Ordnance Rifle, 10 pdr Parrott and…

Webstore: Dacians: Scorpio

According to the peace of 89, Decebalus became a client king of Rome receiving money, craftsmen and war machines from the Roman Empire, to defen

Webstore: Dacians: Scorpio Battery

According to the peace of 89, Decebalus became a client king of Rome receiving money, craftsmen and war machines from the Roman Empire, to defen

Webstore: Early Imperial Romans: Carroballista

The Ancient world’s version of the self-propelled gun! Mounting a Scorpion in the back of a mule-driven cart gave the Legions great flexibility on the battlefield. There is much conjecture…

Webstore: Early Imperial Romans: Onager

Woe betide enemies of Rome who thought themselves safe behind their stockade, earthern rampart or high stone wall.All the fortifications in the world would count for naught when the Roman…

Webstore: Early Imperial Romans: Scorpion Battery

Each Roman Century would be provided with a Scorpio Catapult to accompany them on the battlefield but when fighting as a legion these would be combined to form a battery.

Webstore: “Liberty or Death” American War of Independence Battle Set

Resenting taxes imposed by the British parliament, patriot protests escalate to a peak on December 16, 1773 with the destruction of a shipment of tea, known as ‘the Boston Tea…