Tagged: tank-destroyers-assault-guns

New: M10 Tank Destroyer/Wolverine

Rolling off landing craft onto the shores of Italy and France comes the plastic M10 Tank destroyer! View in Store With the final plans authorized and production started in summer…

Highlight: Italian M13/40 light tank

If you want a vehicle for your Italian force then this undoubtedly should be your first of many, the M13/40 Light Tank! View in Store The M13/40 series was Italy’s most-produced tank…

Head to Head: Jagdtiger vs ISU-152

The Big Guns go hunting The Second World War saw a constant evolution in armoured vehicles, with some real monstrously large machines prowling the battlefields by late 1944. The biggest…

Webstore: Borgward Wanze ausf C

This small two-man vehicle was armed with 8.8cm RaketenpanzerbǬchse 54/1 recoilless rocket launchers! Although having a relatively short 200 metres range, the Wanze was capable of penetrating 220mm of armour…

Webstore: Stug III ausf D assault gun

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

Webstore: Stug III ausf G

The Sturmgeschutz assault gun was based on the Panzer III Chassis.

Webstore: Sturmtiger

The fearsome Sturmtiger was designed to devastate towns.  Armed with a naval rocket launcher not many were built but it did see action in the crushing of the Warsaw uprising,…

Webstore: US M10 Tank Destroyer

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: Soviet SU-85 Tank Hunter

The first pure Soviet tank hunter armoured fighting vehicle. Based on the SU-122 assault gun. A nasty 85mm gun made this a powerful tank killer. Note: Models supplied unassembled and…

Webstore: Soviet SU-100 Tank Hunter

The SU-100 was developed from the SU-85, it sits on the T34 chassis. The SU-100 saw extensive service in the last year of the war. This was one of the…

Webstore: Sd.Kfz 251/22 7.5cm Pakwagen

Contains 1 resin and vehicle miniature. Supplied unpainted

Webstore: Sd.Kfz 184 Ferdinand heavy tank destroyer

Add some serious anti-tank firepower with the awesome

Webstore: Panzerjager I tank destroyer

The Panzerjager I (German “Tank Hunter 1”) was the first of the German tank destroyers to see service in the Second World War. It mounted a Czech

Webstore: M36/B1 tank destroyer

With the advent of heavy German armour such as the Panther and Tiger, the standard U.S. tank destroyer, the 3″ Gun Motor Carriage M10, was rapidly becoming obsolete, because its…

Webstore: Marder III Ausf. M tank destroyer

Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle and 2 crew. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: M36 Jackson tank destroyer

Produced as a solution to the increasing ineffectiveness of the M10 tank destroyer against heavy panzers, the M36 Jackson was introduced. With it’s 90mm gun mounted on the standard M10…

Webstore: Jagdpanzer IV L70(V) tank destroyer

The Jagdpanzer IV, Sd.Kfz. 162, was a tank destroyer based on the Panzer IV chassis built in three main variants. Minor modifications and improvements were made throughout the production runs…

Webstore: Jagdpanzer IV L/48

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

Webstore: Jagdpanther

The Jagdpanther tank destroyer was based on the Panther chassis and combined that tank’s excellent mobility with a hard-hitting KwK 43 88mm gun as used in the Tiger II. This…

Webstore: M18 Hellcat tank destroyer

The fastest tracked armoured fighting vehicle of World War II with a top speed up to 60

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: Sd.Kfz 165 Hummel self-propelled gun

Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle and 3 crew. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

Webstore: ISU-122 tank destroyer

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

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: Japanese Type 3 Ho-Ni III tank destroyer

Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle and 2 crew. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted

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: Hetzer Tank Hunter

The officially named Jagdpanzer 38(t) was introduced on the battlefields of Europe and Russia in the late stages of the war. It

Webstore: Early War Panzer Crew

3 metal tank crew figures Supplied unpainted

Webstore: Flammpanzer 38(t) Hetzer

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