Tagged: self-propelled-guns

New: 4.7cm Panzerjäger R35 (f)

The latest addition to the German arsenal drives towards the Normandy beaches this week, the 4.7cm Panzerjäger R35 (f) is here for your Bolt Action battles! View in Store The…

New: German Heer Begleit Stug riders (Winter)

Prepare for an intense battle with the German Heer Begleit Stug riders! Protecting their Stug as it advances on your enemies… View in Store As Stugs lacked a turret they…

New: Marder III Ausf. H tank destroyer

Sacrificing armour for power, this superbly detailed new plastic Marder III Ausf. H will pack one helluva punch in your games of Bolt Action! View in Store Marrying the obsolete but…

New: German Pak 40 auf RSO

German ingenuity and efficiency have bought a new weapon to the Bolt Action battlefields – the new Pak 40 auf RSO… available in three different options. Crew with either Heer,…

Hobby: Crafting a Kätzchen!

An amazing scratch build was sent to us by Jakob Lotz and we just had to share it with all of you! A bit of its short history The “Kätzchen”…

Conversion Workshop: The Type 4 Ho-To

Conversion-holic Jakob Lotz brings us more plastic card and resin conversions, this time for a very flavoursome Japanese self propelled gun (SPG). The Ho-To was a SPG and an ad…

Work Shop Conversion: SU-76P

Jakob Lotz is quickly becoming a regular contributor with his fantastic conversions and he’s at it again with the SU-76P – aka. SU-26, SU-T-26 or Leningrad self-propelled gun.   Jakob:…

Head to Head: SU-76 vs Marder III

Andy Singleton of Volley Fire Painting Services has been scrubbing up his brushes and sharpening knives as he delves into the background of 2 iconic mainstays of the German and…

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…

New: Bishop Self Propelled Gun

Our latest addition to the huge range of Bolt Action resin and plastic vehicles is this resin British Bishop. The Bishop was a British self-propelled artillery vehicle based on the…

Webstore: SU-122M Assault Gun

This version of the Su122 was classified M. Unfortunately this verison never saw battle and was still in prodcution at the end of the war. Why not add it your…

Webstore: Soviet SU-76 Self-Propelled Gun

This small but powerful self propelled gun was produced in vast quantities by the Soviets in WW2. It used a tried and tested tank chassis with the excellent 76mm gun…

Webstore: Sd.Kfz 251 ‘Stuka zu Fuss’, halftrack rocket launcher

The Wurfrahmen 40 (literally “launch frame 40″) was a German World War II multiple rocket launcher. It com

Webstore: Sd.Kfz 250/7 Neu Mortar Carrier half track

The Sd. Kfz (abbreviation for the German word Sonderkraftfahrzeug that means special motor vehicle) 250/7 was used for mobile mortar support. The vehicle was a shortened version of the Sd…

Webstore: Sd.Kfz 250/8 Neu ‘Stummel’ 7.5cm SP gun

The Sd. Kfz (abbreviation for the German word Sonderkraftfahrzeug that means special motor vehicle) 250/8 was used to support the advance of the formidable German infantry. The vehicle was based…

Webstore: Panzerwerfer 42 auf Maultier

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

Webstore: Italian Semovente 75/18 assault gun

The Semovente 75/18 self-propelled gun brings some much needed armoured reinforcement to Italian forces. The Semovente was an Italian self-propelled gun, built by mounting the 75mm Obice da 75/18 modello…

Webstore: Sd.Kfz 251/2 Ausf D (8cm Granatwerfer) Half Track

From the early stages of World War II the German army began to equip their Panzergrenadiers with armoured half-tracks that would support their panzers in action. They developed the excellent…

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: M8 Scott GMC

It was developed on the chassis of the then-new Light Tank M5 (Stuart VI). The test vehicle had the standard M5 turret removed, and replaced with an open-topped turret. Armament…

Webstore: KV-2 heavy tank

The KV tanks were a series of heavy tanks, named after the Soviet defence commissar and politician Kliment Voroshilov. Known for their extremely heavy armour protection during the early part…

Webstore: ISU-152 tank destroyer

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

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: Japanese Type 4 Ho-Ro self-propelled gun

The Ho-Ro was built on a modified Type 97 Chi-Ha chassis. On to this platform, a Type 38 15cm howitzer was mounted. This gun was capable of firing a 79…

Webstore: German ‘Stummel’ crew in Winter kit

Two figures for fitting out your 251 or 250 Stummel half tracks. One standing with binoculars, hood over helmet. One picking a shell from a shell box. Dressed in winter…

Webstore: KV-85 heavy tank

Contains1 resin and metal tank and 1 metal crew figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Archer SP 17 pdr

Note: Model supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: Bishop SPG

Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: BM-13 Katyusha rocket launcher

The Katyusha Zis-6 BM-13 Urss – Katusha Catusha Katysha based upon the rugged and widely used  Soviet Zis-6 truck chassis First seeing action in 1939, the Katyusha Rocket Launcher was…