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supplied unpainted
£3.00
Panzerabwehrkanone 36
£4.00
Panzerabwehrkanone 36
£4.00
supplied unpainted
£2.00
Siedmiotonowy Polski - 7
£7.00
on gun carriage
£11.00
on emplacement
£8.00
Automitrailleuse de Reconnaissance Renault Modèle 35 Type ZT
£6.50
British Artillery
£6.00
British Artillery
£6.00
Bystrokhodny tank
£9.50
Bystrokhodny tank
£9.00
Bystrokhodny tank
£9.00
Bystrokhodny tank
£9.00
C7P
Polish Tractor
£10.00
4 x.505 cal Browning MGs
£10.00
British Fast Cavalry Tank
£12.00
British Fast Tank
£11.50
10 Oil Barrels
A set of 10 oil drums. Can be used as terrain or objective markers.

Each barrel measures approximately 12mm diameter by 19mm tall and are suitable as 1/56 or 28mm scale.
supplied unpainted
£3.00
10.5 cm K gepanzerte Selbstfahrlafette
Model comes in three parts; Hull and Tracks.

The Dicker Max was a German prototype self-propelled gun designed as a bunker buster for the Maginot Line in France.

It was built on a Pz.Kpfw IV E chassis and featured a 20.cm schwere Kanone 18 gun.

Only 2 models were built. They saw action in Russia with the Panzerjager Abteilung 521. One was destroyed by fire after flames spread to the ammunition and it exploded. The other fought into 1942.
Dicker Max
£14.00
3.7cm Pak 36
Model comes as one part.

The Pak 36 is a 3.7cm anti-tank gun.

It was used between 1936 and 1945. Germany had just over 9,000 Pak 36s at the start of the war and made another 5,339 during the war.

It had a crew of 5; commander, gunner, loader and 2 ammunition carriers.
Panzerabwehrkanone 36
£4.00
3.7cm Pak 36 (limbered)
Model comes as one part.

The Pak 36 is a 3.7cm anti-tank gun.

It was used between 1936 and 1945. Germany had just over 9,000 Pak 36s at the start of the war and made another 5,339 during the war.

It had a crew of 5; commander, gunner, loader and 2 ammunition carriers.

This is the limbered version for towing.
Panzerabwehrkanone 36
£4.00
6 Oil Barrels
A set of 6 oil drums. Can be used as terrain or objective markers.

Each barrel measures approximately 12mm diameter by 19mm tall and are suitable as 1/56 or 28mm scale.
supplied unpainted
£2.00
7TP jw Light Tank
This model comes in four parts; hull, turret & tracks.

The 7TP was a development of the British Vickers 6 Ton tank and was used during the invasion of Poland in 1939. Some 150 7TPs were built.

There were twin and single turret versions of the 7TP, the dw “dwuwieżowy” was the dual turret version while the single turret was designated jw “jednowieżowy”. It weighed 9.9 tonnes and had a crew of three; driver, commander and gunner.

The 7TP was armed with a 37 mm Bofors wz. 37 gun and a 7.92mm Ckm wz.30 machine gun. 

Most of the 7TPs were attached to the 1st and 2nd Light Tank Battalions.
Siedmiotonowy Polski - 7
£7.00
8.8 cm Flak 18 (Sfl.) auf Zugkraftwagen
Model comes as two parts: Truck and Gun.

Ar the start of the war 10 Sd.Kfz 8 & 9s were altered to carry the 8.8cm Flak. The cab replaced with armour. It was also known as the Bunkerflak.

The vehicles saw action in the invasion of Poland and France an Operation Barbarossa. It weighed 20 tons.
Flakbus
£14.00
8.8cm Flak 36 (carriage)
Model comes in two parts, gun and emplacement.

The 88mm Flak 36 is one of the most widely recognised weapons of World War II and was in service between 1936 and 1945. Over 21,000 units were produced.

It could be used as both anti-aircraft and anti-tank artillery and could fire 18 to 20 rounds per minute. It had a range of almost 10km or a ceiling of 35,000 ft.

The gun had a crew of 10.

This model comes on wheeled gun carriage. The gun can be rotated or removed from the carriage.
on gun carriage
£11.00
8.8cm Flak 36 (emplacement)
Model comes in two parts, gun and emplacement.

The 88mm Flak 36 is one of the most widely recognised weapons of World War II and was in service between 1936 and 1945. Over 21,000 units were produced.

It could be used as both anti-aircraft and anti-tank artillery and could fire 18 to 20 rounds per minute. It had a range of almost 10km or a ceiling of 35,000 ft.

The gun had a crew of 10.

This model comes on the static emplacement. The gun can be rotated or removed from the emplacement.
on emplacement
£8.00
AMR-35
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The AMR-35 was an infantry support tank produced between 1936 and 1939. There were several variants and a total of 167 plus all the variants were built.

It weighed 6.5 tonnes and carried a 7.5mm Reibel machine gun or a 13.2 Hotchkiss machine gun.
Automitrailleuse de Reconnaissance Renault Modèle 35 Type ZT
£6.50
BL 5.5 inch Medium Gun
Model comes as 4 parts; base, gun and wheels.

5,000 5.5 inch guns were made which saw service with the British Army as well as Canadian, Australian, South African, Polish and Indian regiments. It entered service in 1941 and remained in use up until 1980, seeing action in WWII, Korean War and Iran-Iraq war.

It weighed 6 tonnes and had a crew of 8.
British Artillery
£6.00
BL 5.5 inch Medium Gun (limbered)
Model comes as 4 parts; base, gun and wheels.

5,000 5.5 inch guns were made which saw service with the British Army as well as Canadian, Australian, South African, Polish and Indian regiments. It entered service in 1941 and remained in use up until 1980, seeing action in WWII, Korean War and Iran-Iraq war.

It weighed 6 tonnes and had a crew of 8.

This is the limbered version for towing.
British Artillery
£6.00
BT-42
Model comes in four parts; Hull, Turret & Tracks.

The BT series of Russian tanks were light cavalry tanks which were in service between 1932 and 1945. There were several models and many variants.

5,556 BT-7s of all varieties were built. 

The BT-42 was a captured vehicle used by the Finnish Army. The turret was replaced with a QF 4.5 pound howitzer. The machine gun was removed to accommodate the gun.

18 models were used by the Finns.
Bystrokhodny tank
£9.50
BT-5
Model comes in four parts; Hull, Turret & Tracks.

The BT series of Russian tanks were light cavalry tanks which were in service between 1932 and 1945. There were several models and many variants.

The BT-5s were equipped with 45mm 20-K tank fun and a coaxial 7.62mm DT machine gun.

1,884 BT-5s were built.
Bystrokhodny tank
£9.00
BT-7
Model comes in four parts; Hull, Turret & Tracks.

The BT series of Russian tanks were light cavalry tanks which were in service between 1932 and 1945. There were several models and many variants.

The BT-7s were equipped with 45mm 20-K tank gun and a coaxial 7.62mm DT machine gun. It had a crew of three.

5,556 BT-7s of all varieties were built.
Bystrokhodny tank
£9.00
BT-7A
Model comes in four parts; Hull, Turret & Tracks.

The BT series of Russian tanks were light cavalry tanks which were in service between 1932 and 1945. There were several models and many variants.

The BT-7As were artillery support vehicles and equipped with 76.2 mm howitzer and a coaxial 7.62mm DT machine gun. It had a crew of three.

5,556 BT-7s of all varieties were built. 

This model comes with a command turret, other turrets are available.
Bystrokhodny tank
£9.00
C7P
Model comes as three parts; body and tracks.

The C7P is a Ciągnik Siedmiotonowy Polski, a Polish 7 ton tractor. 151 of them were produced between 1934 and 1939 and they saw action, mainly with artillery units where they were used to tow 220mm mortars. They were also used to tow immobilised tanks.

Due to the complexity of the interior, this is a resin model.



Polish Tractor
£10.00
CCKW 353 M45 Quadmount
This model comes in 9 parts; Body, Bed, Quadmount MG & 6 Wheels.

The M45 Quadmount was developed by the W. L. Maxon Company in America for the American Army. It consisted of 4 .505 calibre Browning machine guns mounted on a trailer.

In this configuration the whole trailer was lifted onto a truck and secured to the bed.

Quadmounts were used in the Euopean and Pacific theatres. As the amount of enemy aircraft diminished towards the end of the war, they were often use din anti-personnel roles. It was operated by a crew of three; a gunner and two loaders.
4 x.505 cal Browning MGs
£10.00
Cruiser Mk III (A13 MKI)
Model comes in 2 parts; Hull & Turret.

The Mk III was in service in the British Army between 1938 and 1941.

It was armed with a QF 2 pounder gun and a .303 Vickers machine gun.

They saw action with the British Expeditionary Force in France as well as in Greece and the Western Desert in Libya.

They had a crew of four; commander, driver, gunner and loader. 65 units were made.

(note, in the photos I forgot to seat the turret properly when taking the pic, oops)
British Fast Cavalry Tank
£12.00
Cruiser MKI (A9)
Model comes in 4 parts; Hull & 3 Turrets.

The MK I was in service with the British Army between 1938 and 1941.

It weighed almost 13 tons. It was fitted with a main turret and two smaller turrets and was armed with a QF 2 pounder gun and 3 .303 Vickers machine guns.

It had a crew of six; commander, gunner, loader, driver and 2 machine gunners
British Fast Tank
£11.50
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