Tagged: british-army

New: British Infantry Section Winter

The stoic British Tommy fought the enemy in all conditions – the sweltering jungles of the Far East, the scorching deserts of North Africa and the icy cold winters in…

Operation Sea Lion: City Banker’s

Patrolling the city, these Bankers are ready to defend their town, loved ones, and the money with undying determination! Urban Militia Patrol – City Banker Section View in Store Sculpted…

Operation Sea Lion: The Women’s Institute

With their husbands and sons fighting, England’s women have decided enough is enough and prepare to combat the Axis forces themselves. Shire Patrol Leader – The Women’s Institute Command View…

Staff Games Night: The Battle of the Two Bunkers!

British Vs Japanese By Peter Hely On Thursday last – an epic battle between the forces of Divine Light, the Imperial Japanese Army, and the Barbarian horde from the grey Northern…

Forces for Operation Sea Lion

With the Invasion of Britain imminent just who do we turn to for protection? Why those brave lads of the BEF (British Expeditionary Force) of course! battered and bruised and rescued…

New: British Home Guard Artillery units!

British ingenuity shines through with the newest form of infantry artillery, the Smith gun, Northover Projector and the Blacker Bombard spigot mortar! Home Guard Smith Gun View in Store The…

Operation Sea Lion Scenario: The Filthy Fifth

Here’s a quick snippet of what sort of scenarios to expect from the upcoming Campaign: Sea Lion book! Introduction The Royal Tank Regiments traced their pedigree back to the original…

New: Operation Sea Lion

Packed with reverent nods to our favourite wartime films and TV programmes, this action packed, full colour, 124 page, ‘What If?’ Bolt Action Campaign book brings the war to the shores…

New: A34 Comet Heavy Tank!

Tally ho! The new A34 Comet heavy tank proves itself on the battlefield, blasting through any enemy armour! View in Store The Comet in many ways was an up-rated Cromwell,…

Step by Step: Painting the Caunter scheme

Andy Singleton of Volleyfire Painting took some time out to help us with a ‘How To’ article as he paints the eye-catching caunter scheme! Andy: In this article, I look at a…

New: British Automated Infantry with MMG

With their rhythmic march, the new British Automated Infantry bring a whole new meaning to mechanised warfare. View in Store The Automated Infantry are capable of carrying considerable firepower, these…

Hobby: Converting a M7 Priest into a Priest Kangaroo

Learn how Warlorder Michele Isaja converted his M7 Priest into a Priest Kangaroo! Michele: Inspired by an iconic picture like this one; and after a few days spent researching historical…

New: British Automated Infantry with HMG

The British Automated Infantry marched endlessly towards the front, now toting the .50cal HMG! View in Store These mechanical monstrosities tower over the average soldier, this allows them to bear…

New: Konflikt ’47 British Armoured Infantry Section

Overwhelm the opposition with the new British Galahad Armoured Infantry… British Armoured Infantry Section View in Store As most nations began adopting heavily-armoured infantry, the British took a more extreme…

New: Konflikt ’47 British Starter Set

The new Konflikt ’47 British Starter Set is just bursting at the seems with new Automated infantry and special weapons! View in Store March 1947. Europe is gradually emerging from it’s…

Conversion Workshop: Bedford OY crane truck

Warlorder Dave Mathews, normally seen roaming the Black Powder forums or playing Bolt Action at the Dales wargames wrg club, dropped in to show his latest conversion work, a very…

Pre-Order: Plastic M3 Stuart

Fight your way across the deserts of North Africa, through the jungles of the Pacific, across Manchuria and the Russian steppe, and into Europe with this well armed light tank:…

Head to Head: Tiger Vs Churchill

With the recent release of Bolt Action Second Edition, I thought it time to take a look at two of the most famous and iconic tanks of the Second World…

37th Norbert Gisclair Memorial Ancients and Bolt Action Tournament

The 37th Norbert Gisclair Memorial Tournament is to be held at the Main Library in East Baton Rouge, which is situated on Goodwood Blvd. This is traditionally an ancients tournament…

Bolt Action Tournament at Little Wars in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

8th October at Little Wars in Baton Rouge, an open tournament, just bring along a 750 point army from any list or the rulebook. We will play v2 if the…

New: M5 A2 Coyote/Guardian Light Walker

Stalking forward and into combat for both the US and British forces in 1947 comes the Coyote/Guardian Light Walker View in Store November 1946 – February 1947 With Europe suffering…

Head to Head: the British Tetrarch Vs The German Luchs

Andy Singleton of VolleyFire Painting introduces us to the Light tanks used by the British and German forces toward the end of the war: Light Tank Mk VIII Tetrarch The…

Bolt Action Demo Day and Paint Tutorial at Hobbytown Shreveport 9/17/2016

Come over and enjoy a day of Bolt Action and a paint tutorial at Hobbytown Shreveport. 11-4 pm . Come join master painters and hobbyist – Doug and Annika Whittenburg….

Head to Head: Humber Mk II Vs Sdkfz 222

Sdkfz 222 The Sdkfz 222 was the most commonly used armoured car operate by the German military in World War 2. The vehicle was designed to operate as a scout…

Pre-Order: M5 A2 Coyote Light Walker Platoon

Pre Order the Coyote Platoon in Store November 1946 – February 1947 With Europe suffering the worst winter in memory, military activity slows to a crawl. Air operations struggle to…

Head to Head: Bishop V’s Semovente

With this versus article, Andy Singleton of VolleyFire Painting is back in the desert (No I don’t have an industrial quantity of sand paint I need to get through –…

New: The Bolt Action Churchill Troop

The Churchill, undoubtedly one of the most successful and famous British tanks of the Second World War, is ready to bolster your army, here is your chance to grab 3 of…

New: Plastic Sherman VC Firefly

Bane of the heavy German armour, the Sherman Firefly was the British invention that mounted the powerful 17 pdr anti-tank gun in a Sherman V. Our model is based on…

Focus: Bolt Action – Armies of Great Britain

Written by Jake Thornton, the Bolt Action supplement Armies of Great Britain is crammed with explosive action and ready to be triggered in readiness for invasion! View in Store From…

Pre-Painted: Battle Ready Tanks!

Ever wanted to start playing Bolt Action but been daunted by the prospect of painting your tanks? Have no fear – here at Warlord we’ve been striving for a way…

Hobby: Commando Amphibious Raiders

Warlord’s own Rich Carlisle has been researching these elite fighters – and has prepared a hobby guide. So – grab a brush, check your bearings, and keep watch for enemy…

Rules: 47 Royal Marine Commando

STRIKING FROM THE SEA: NO.47 (RM) COMMANDO AT PORT-EN-BESSIN This excellent article was written by Mark Barber. It represents a great example of how to go about fielding a Bolt…

Pre Order: British Sherman V Troop (including Vc Firefly)

The Sherman V, a stalwart of British tankers – as the preparations for D-Day built in intensity new equipment was pushed to the front-line troops and today we can proudly present the…

New: Plastic Sherman V

Ready to Pre Order today is our latest single plastic tank packed full of detail and ready to take on the might of German armour. Mount up in the new Sherman…

New: M10 Tank Destroyer Platoon!

The M10 Tank Destroyer Platoon is now rolling from the factories to a battlefield near you, order your reinforcements now! View in Store Our plastic set brings to the US and British armies a…

New: 18/25pdr Gun and Limber BEF

Incoming! Released today is our new 18/25 pdr field artillery – just the job for British commanders taking part in our Summer Offensive campaign! View in Store The forerunner of the…

New: Guy Ant Truck

Something a little diferent for you this week as we release our british Guy Ant 15cwt truck. THis relatively unknown and overlooked truck was built in considerable numbers with over…

History: Archer SP 17-pdr

View in Store With the release of our new resin British tank destroyer model last week, Sam Phillips takes us through the history of the Archer: As war raged across…

Webstore: British Cromwell Mk IV Cruiser Tank

The most produced Cruiser tank the European theatre! Armed with a potent 75mm gun and with good cross country performance this vehicle was more than a match for the venerable…

Webstore: British Churchill MkVII

The Churchill was one of the heaviest allie

Webstore: British Carrier Section plastic boxed set

One of the enduring images of the British (and other forces of His Majesty’s Commonwealth) are the brave lads being carried hell for leather in their Universal Carriers. The Bren…

Webstore: British Bofors QF 40mm Mk I

One of the most popular and recognisable anti-aircraft guns of WWII, the Bofors was used by many Allied and Axis forces. Often firing over open sights at ground targets as…

Webstore: British Army Command

What ho! Those frightfully good chaps at Warlord have sculpted some top brass for their WW2 Commonwealth range.

Webstore: British Army FOO team

FOOs were assigned to a company or squadron of a battalion or regiment that their battery was supporting. In the British artillery system FOOs were always authorised to order fire…

Webstore: British Army 17 pdr anti-tank gun

Initially developed to overcome the more heavily German tanks encountered by the British during the North African campaign, the 17-pdr was used from 1942 onwards throughout Europe and in Africa….

Webstore: British Army 3″ Mortar Team

One of the unsung weapons to see action during the war, the 3 inch Mortar, served throughout the conflict and in all war zones, it provided British Army and Commonwealth…

Webstore: 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)…

Webstore: 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

Webstore: British 79th Armoured Division (Hobart’s Funnies) decal sheet

Pack contains 1 waterslide decal sheet Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: British 25 pdr Howitzer & Limber

The 25 pounder was the key howitzer used by the British Army throughout World War 2 and beyond.

Webstore: British 11th Armoured Division (Black Bull) decal sheet

Pack contains 1 waterslide decal sheet Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Bolt Action Rulebook

Written by veteran game designers Alessio Cavatore and Rick Priestley, Bolt Action provides all

Webstore: BEF Vickers MMG team

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

Webstore: BEF section

The British Expeditionary Force (BEF) was the British force in Europe from 1939

Webstore: BEF Command

Pack contains 4 metal foot figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: BEF anti-tank rifle and 2″ light mortar teams

The British Expeditionary Force (BEF) was the British force in Europe from 1939

Webstore: Bedford OY 3-ton Lorry

The OY was a 3-ton transport vehicle that saw service throughout the war and in many theatres of operations. Wherever your Tommies and Commonwealth troops want to go, the OY…

Webstore: AS.51 Horsa Mk I/II 1/72 scale

Box contains 1 plastic gllider. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Armies of Great Britain

With this latest supplement for Bolt Action, players can now build an army for Great Britain and the Commonwealth. From early campaigns in Europe to the deserts of North Africa…

Webstore: Armadillo improvised armoured vehicle

1 resin and metal vehicle Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: WW2 LCD Landing Craft

Laser cut 2mm MDF with Laser etched detail. Kit supplied unassembled and unpainted. Tank not included!

Webstore: WWII British Infantry plastic boxed set

Britain and her Commonwealth put huge numbers of men into uniform in WW2 to stem the aggression from Germany, Italy and Japan. Her small professional army was swallowed up defending…

Webstore: Quad C8 Tractor and British 25 pdr Howitzer & Limber

The 25 pounder was the key howitzer used by the British Army throughout World War 2 and beyond.

Webstore: Willys jeep with canopy

The famous jeep that was the workhorse of all the allied armies. Found in pretty much every theatre of war in many and varied roles it has been suggested that…

Webstore: The Bolt Action Collection

Get all the Bolt Action books in one easy deal along with all the special edition free miniatures and a free plastic box set from the drop down list of…

Webstore: Tulip – 60lb Rockets

If you're looking for a bit more punch for your British or Commonwealth armoured forces look no further than this beast! Mounting a 60lb air-to-ground rocket as carried by the…

Webstore: Vickers Light Tank Mk VIB

The Mk VI was produced from 1936 to 1940 with approximately 1,000 Mark VI tanks having been built.

Webstore: Vickers Light Tank Mk VIC

The Mk VI was produced from 1936 to 1940 with approximately 1,000 Mark VI tanks having been built.

Webstore: Sherman V Tank

The most populous British Tank, the only downside to which was a high silhouette but made up by its reliablilty and ruggedness.  It was armed with a 75mm gun and…

Webstore: Ram Kangaroo

Created by the Canadian commander Lt-General Guy Simonds as an expedient way of reducing losses in his infantry and to be able to manoeuvre along with the tanks, the Ram…

Webstore: Plastic M4 Sherman medium tank

The Sherman Tank was the main stay of the American army. The Break out from the Normandy beaches and the bocage could never been achieved without the armoured support. Although…

Webstore: Plastic LCM3 USN landing craft

The LCM (Landing Craft Mechanised) saw more than 8,500 were built in American yards between 1942 and 1945. As Britain had no tank-carrying craft lighter than LCT (Landing Craft Tank),…

Webstore: M3 Lee Medium Tank

The first M3s were operational in late 1941 the U.S. Army needed a good tank and coupled with Great Britain

Webstore: M3 Grant medium tank with track guards

Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle and 1 random crewman. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: M3 Grant medium tank

The first M3s were operational in late 1941 the U.S. Army needed a good tank and coupled with Great Britain

Webstore: LVT-4 ‘Buffalo’, Amtrac

Carrying troops, light vehicles and essential supplies ashore, either from ship or from the opposite bank of rivers, the LVT-4 Buffalo was a widely used landing vehicle tracked (LVT). Serving…

Webstore: Figure Heads: Gurkhas in Helmets Figure heads

Consists of one sprue with five heads Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Gurkhas boxed set

A quarter of a million Gurkas served in the Second World War – recruited from the British Empire’s colony of Nepal into over 40 battalions. They fought in Syria, North…

Webstore: Gurkha Vickers MMG team

1 metal gun and 3 metal foot figures Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Early War British Paint Set

We at Warlord have put our heads together and sorted out the colours that we use to paint models, saving you the time looking through paint codes and giving you…

Webstore: British Vehicle Driver

Gallant Tommy Atkens as shown here in rolled up sleeves and his tin hat pushed bank and having a crafty fag….. Nice day for a drive, just hope you don’t…

Webstore: A9 Cruiser tank Mk I

The A9 Cruiser, MK I was an effective tank in the North African campaigns, it’s 2 pdr gun was lethal against the early Italian tanks it encountered during the North…

Webstore: British Universal Carrier MkII

The Bren (or more accurately “universal”) carrier is possibly unique in all the armies of WW2. A small light weight armoured troop transport capable of carr

Webstore: A12 Matilda II (BEF) infantry tank

The A12, more commonly known as the Matilda II, had exceptional armour, allowing it to shrug off hit after hit that would cripple a lesser vehicle. Pack contains 1 resin…

Webstore: A11 Matilda I infantry tank

Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: British Stowage Pack

Pack contains 5 metal sprues. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: A10 Cruiser tank Mk II

Pack contains 1 metal and resin tank and 1 metal crew figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: British Sherman Firefly

This is a variant of the American Sherman equipped with a powerful 17 pounder anti-tank gun.

Webstore: British QF 40mm Bofors AA gun Mk III (1942-1945)

Pack contains 1 metal gun and 4 metal crew figures Supplied unpainted

Webstore: British Oerlikon light anti-tank gun (1939-40)

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

Webstore: British M10 Wolverine

Based on the proven and numerous M4 Sherman chassis, the M10 was fielded in large numbers during WWII and although it would be replaced by other tank destroyers based on…

Webstore: British painting guide – digital download

This 7 page Painting Guide will provide you with a step-by-step guide to painting an infantryman of the British Army and the Cromwell Cruiser-class tank. The basic colour schemes depicted…

Webstore: Sherman V Duplex Drive (no screens)

Contains Resin vehicle supplied unpainted and unassembled. Also contains one random British Tank Commander

Webstore: Sherman V Duplex Drive (lowered screens)

Contains Resin vehicle supplied unpainted and unassembled. Also contains one random British Tank Commander

Webstore: Great Britain Army Builder

Build your army from the selections available to you in the drop down boxes, make sure you choose your free tank too. This army gives you all the models you…

Webstore: Digital Bolt Action Rulebook PDF

Written by veteran game designers Alessio Cavatore and Rick Priestley, Bolt Action provides all the rules needed to bring the great battles of World War II to your tabletop. Using…

Webstore: 1/72 Spitfire Mk V

Box contains 1 diecast pre-painted metal plane and base. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Bolt Action getting started bundles

Perhaps you’re looking for a present for a friend – or sneakily you’re secretly plotting to spread the good word of Warlord and convert some new gamers to Bolt Action?…

Webstore: Digital Armies of Great Britain PDF

With this latest supplement for Bolt Action, players can now build an army for Great Britain and the Commonwealth. From early campaigns in Europe to the deserts of North Africa…

Webstore: Digital Bolt Action Rulebook eBook

Written by veteran game designers Alessio Cavatore and Rick Priestley, Bolt Action provides all the rules needed to bring the great battles of World War II to your tabletop. Using…

Webstore: US armoured platoon

The Sherman Tank was the main stay of the American army. The Break out from the Normandy beaches and the bocage could never been achieved without the armoured support. Although…

Webstore: Dad’s Army: Wilson

A distinguished veteran of the First World War, Arthur Wilson is something of a ladies man – as his effect on Pike’s mum shows! A man of breeding, Wilson has…

Webstore: Dad’s Army: Walker

Walker can get hold of anything – for a price! As a black market spiv (or ‘wholesale supplier’, as he prefers to be known…), regularly interrupts Mainwaring’s long-winded speeches. Walker…

Webstore: Dad’s Army: Rev. Farthing & Verger

One half of the double act played with the Vicar, the Verger fawns over Reverend Farthing, often referring to him wrongly as “Your Reverence”. Clearly antagonistic of the Home Guard…

Webstore: Morris C9/B with 40mm Bofors

Contains 1 resin & metal vehicle with 5 metal crew figures.

Webstore: Morris CS9 armoured car

This early war British light armoured car saw action during the Fall of France and the campaign in the Western Desert. Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle Note: Models…

Webstore: MMG Carrier

Based on the classic British Universal Carrier Mk II, this vehicle mounts the ubiquitous Vickers Medium Machine gun which will give you all the mobile firepower your brave Tommies will…

Webstore: M5A1 Stuart light tank Box Set

Pack contains 1 resin & metal vehicle Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: M5 Stuart light tank

Pack contains 1 resin & metal vehicle Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: M5 Halftrack

At last! The PBI (poor bloody infantry) have the right troop transport to take them right into the front line. The British and Canadian, not to

Webstore: Late War British Paint Set

We at Warlord have put our heads together and sorted out the colours that we use to paint models, saving you the time looking through paint codes and giving you…

Webstore: Late War Canadian Army Paint Set

We at Warlord have put our heads together and sorted out the colours that we use to paint models, saving you the time looking through paint codes and giving you…

Webstore: Dad’s Army: Jones

Local Butcher and veteran of many previous conflicts (as he is want of reminding everyone), Jones’ many catchphrases run throughout the show… “The first thing to remember: There’s no substitute…

Webstore: Dad’s Army: Mainwaring

Manager of Swallow Bank by day, leader of Walmington-on-Sea’s Home Guard force by night, Mainwaring is a pillar of the community and portrays the never-say-die spirit that saw Britain through…

Webstore: Dad’s Army: Pike

Youngest of Walmington-on-Sea’s Home Guard platoon, teenager Frank Pike lives with his mum having moved to the town at the same time as ‘Uncle Arthur’ Wilson – something of a…

Webstore: Dad’s Army: Hodges

The platoon’s nemesis – Mainwaring in particular, whom he refers to as “Napoleon” – Hodges is a greengrocer by day but also dons the black and white uniform of the…

Webstore: Humber Scout Car

The Humber Scout Car carried a crew of two, with an emergency seat for a third member. It was equipped with a

Webstore: Humber Armoured Car MKII

Fast, armoured and deadly, the Humber Armoured Car MKII, with its 15mm besa Machine gun and over 70mph top speed, is an essential component in a well equipped British and…

Webstore: Centaur Mk IV

  The Centaur IV close support vehicle was developed mid war to provide much needed firepower for a seaborne assault. &nbs

Webstore: Carden Loyd Mortar Carrier

p>One of the most important designs in the history of tank development, the Carden Loyd tankette inspired a huge number of similar vehicles worldwide, including the Panzer I and Russian…

Webstore: Carden Loyd MMG carrier

One of the most important designs in the history of tank development, the Carden Loyd tankette inspired a huge number of similar vehicles worldwide, including the Panzer I and Russian…

Webstore: Carden Loyd Carrier

One of the most important designs in the history of tank development, the Carden Loyd tankette inspired a huge number of similar vehicles worldwide, including the Panzer I and Russian…

Webstore: Carden Loyd Carrier with Oerlikon gun and crew trailer

One of the most important designs in the history of tank development, the Carden Loyd tankette inspired a huge number of similar vehicles worldwide, including the Panzer I and Russian…

Webstore: British Wasp Flamethrower carrier

Based on the ubiquitous universal, or Bren, carrier the WASP was a modified version carrying a flamethrower. Dreaded by Jerry! Wasps were used by the Armoured and Infantry divisions with…

Webstore: British Infantry on bicycles

Strange (even ludicrous!) as it may seem the humble bike can give you a tremendous edge in a battle! Even to have a few men able to move

Webstore: British Guards Armoured Division decal sheet

Pack contains 1 waterslide decal sheet Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: British Expeditionary Force

The British Expeditionary Corps was an army of nearly a third of a million troops which Great Britain sent to France to try to resist inevitable German aggression. Allied with…

Webstore: British Flamethrower & Combat Engineers

Pack contains 5 metal figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: A12 Matilda II Infantry Tank (Western Desert)

The A12, more commonly known as the Matilda II, had exceptional armour, allowing it to shrug off hit after hit that would cripple a lesser vehicle. Pack contains 1 resin…

Webstore: Dad’s Army: Godfrey

Although well-liked by the others in the platoon, retired shop assistant Godfrey’s relaxed demeanour, weak bladder (“Do you think I might be excused?”) and tendency to fall asleep can lead…

Webstore: Dad’s Army: Frazer

“We’re doomed!”. Frazer’s catchphrase is amongst the most popular of the series as the dour Scotsman sees the bleak side of many a plan. The wild-eyed Frazer saw service during…

Webstore: Cromwell with burlap camo

Burlap camo was a type of netting which was very popular with Commonwealth armies during W.W.II. It differs from ordinary netting in that it has attached to it many strips…

Webstore: Universal Carrier

The Universal Carrier, or Bren carrier as it became popularly known, was just that – a multi-purpose, tracked and armoured vehicle that filled a whole variety of roles with all…

Webstore: Sherman III medium tank

Contains a resin and metal vehicle, supplied unpainted and unassembled.

Webstore: K2 ‘Katie’ Ambulance

The Austin K2/Y was a British heavy military ambulance built by the Austin Motor Company for use during the Second Wor

Webstore: 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…

Webstore: 500pts British Army

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Webstore: Figure Heads: Gurkhas in Netting Covered Helmets and Bush Hats Figure Heads

Consists of one sprue with five heads Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: 1/72 Hurricane MkII

Box contains 1 diecast pre-painted metal plane and base. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Flying Standard 10′ “Tilly”

The Flying Standard 10 was produced by the Standard Motor Company and used by the British Commonwealth forces during the early stages of the war, in the desert campaign  and…

Webstore: Crusader MK I/II tank

With war clouds gathering, the British general staff ordered the acceleration of their cruiser tank programme

Webstore: Cullin Prong Hedgerow Cutter

 Contains 1 resin Cullin Prong Hedgerow Cutter

Webstore: Dad’s Army Home Guard Platoon

During the dark days of 1940, Britain was under dire

Webstore: 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…

Webstore: Downed RAF Pilot

Originally only available with pre-orders of our plastic German Infantry, our Downed RAF Pilot, Squadron Leader ‘Topper’ Redfern, is now available separately The Squadron Leader is sculpted having just bailed…

Webstore: Cromwell Cruiser tank plastic box set

The most produced Cruiser tank of the European theatre! Armed with a potent 75mm gun and with good cross country performance this vehicle was more than a match for the…

Webstore: British tank troop

The most produced Cruiser tank of the European theatre! Armed with a potent 75mm gun and with good cross country performance this vehicle was more than a match for the…

Webstore: Digital Armies of Great Britain eBook

With this latest supplement for Bolt Action, players can now build an army for Great Britain and the Commonwealth. From early campaigns in Europe to the deserts of North Africa…

Webstore: Valentine II infantry tank

Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Crusader AA Mk II/III

A Crusader armed with twin Oerlikon 20 mm guns for anti-aircraft use. Mk III only differed from the Mk II by the position of the radio, which was moved to…

Webstore: Archer SP 17 pdr

Note: Model supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Bishop SPG

Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Guy Ant Truck

15CWT TRUCKS These smaller trucks are the equivalent size to a US ¾-ton vehicle and they perform the same kind of roles as weapons carriers and general-purpose utility vehicles. The…

Webstore: 18/25pdr Gun and Limber (BEF)

LIGHT ARTILLERY The standard British field gun of World War II was the 25-pdr gun-howitzer, a versatile weapon with a calibre of 3.45 inches (87.6mm). This was the weapon used…

Webstore: 18/25pdr Gun Limber and Guy Ant truck tow (BEF)

18/25pdr Gun and Limber – Light Artillery The standard British field gun of World War II was the 25-pdr gun-howitzer, a versatile weapon with a calibre of 3.45 inches (87.6mm)….

Webstore: M8/M20 Greyhound Scout Car Squadron

The M8 Greyhound was originally designed to replace the US military’s portee gun in an anti-tank role, but was quickly repurposed once it was realised that its performance against German…

Webstore: Allied Desert Tank War

Duel In The Sun is a perfect starting point for anyone interested in the Desert campaigns of 1940-43 and on into Italy through to 1945. To help you get started…

Webstore: Dad’s Army – Walmington-on-Sea Citizens

Contains Dad’s Army figures in civilian attire. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Dad’s Army – Walmington-on-Sea Local Defence Volunteers

Contains Dad’s Army figures in Home Guard attire. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted