Re-release: Bolt Action Humber Scout Car & AEC Armoured Car!

The two latest Bolt Action resin vehicles to be released will help British and Commonwealth commanders support their gallant lads in the field. Have a good look at these two beauties here.

Humber Scout Car

Humber

When Daimler couldn’t keep up production of the Dingo, Humber stepped in to build their now iconic vehicle. It was used primarily by British armoured units for scouting or liaison duty and was armed with a Bren mounted to the roof that could be operated from inside the vehicle if necessary. Production of the Humber continued throughout the war.

Humber

Humber

Anyone who has seen the classic movie A Bridge Too Far will be familiar with Brigadier J.O.E. Vandeleur, played as he was by Michael Caine, sat atop his Humber Scout Car as he leads XXX Corps to relieve the Airborne forces in ill-fated Operation Market Garden.

Humber


AEC Armoured Car

AEC

AEC

The AEC Armoured Car was built with the firepower of a tank, but the mobility of an armoured car. It started off with a Valentine Mk II turret 2 pounder gun, then bumped up to a 6 pounder for the Mk II and ending up with a 75mm gun for the Mk III. Not to mention machine guns!

AEC Armoured Car

AEC Armoured Car

AEC Armoured Car

AEC Armoured Car

AEC Armoured Car

The heavy hitters of the recon regiments! Despite their size and appearance these apparent light weights carried a not too shabby 6pdr (57mm) gun. Pick one up here!

AEC Armoured Car

AEC Armoured Car

AEC Armoured Car

Mounting a potent 75mm gun the Mk III AEC armoured car was probably the most heavily armed recce vehicle of WWII.


Cromwell Mk IV Cruiser Tank

Plenty more recently released British for you to look at besides these lovely scouts cars. Such as the  Cromwell tank and of course our ever popular multipart plastic British.

Cromwell

Cromwell


Bolt Action British Infantry Plastic Boxed Set

British Box Art

Vickers

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 a worldwide Empire and soon her forces were shattered and in full retreat, culminating in crushing reverses at Dunkirk and in Singapore.

However, Britain stoically declined to surrender and, with her loyal Empire at her side, fought back. Re-equipped and refreshed they took the war to the Axis powers.The ‘Tommies’, as they were known, learned new techniques on the field of battle and by war’s end were highly trained and well-equipped.

Warlord’s British infantry are tooled up for the job in hand. They are multi-part and can be assembled in a wide variety of ways, with a huge array of exotic looking weaponry. Fix bayonets!

Painted Tommies

Order yours today! Inside every box you’ll find:

Enough plastic components to make 25 British infantry miniatures. Includes a host of options to allow for different weapon configurations plus command models.

Weapons included: Lee Enfield rifle No. 4 (plus scoped and bayoneted versions), Bren light machine gun, Thompson sub-machine gun, 2″ mortar, Sten gun sub-machine guns,
Webley revolver, Mills bomb grenades, bandoliers and the Tommies’ trusty shovel!

Round plastic bases  (25mm diameter) construction leaflet included.

Waterslide decals for shoulder flashes, NCO stripes, and armbands for Medics and MPs.