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Introducing the shiny new Starter Set for the Bolt Action game, this time featuring German Grenadiers against a brand new plastic infantry set, the elite US Airborne: 'Band Of Brothers' Contents: 24 New Plastic US Airborne 12 Plastic German Grenadiers Plastic SdKfz 251/10 AusfD. 3.7cm PaK half track Plastic Ruined Farmhouse A5 Softback Bolt Action 2 Rules Book Quick Start Guide Quick Reference She…
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The 2nd edition offers the same fantastic World War II gameplay with its exciting order dice system and mixed armies of infantry, tanks and artillery. Key New Features Officers activate other units! Used cleverly, this creates a huge tactical shift as you can order multiple units to fire or advance in concert. Big Explosions! HE fire now uses templates to determine damage - your opponent had bette…
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Sent to bolster their beleaguered Italian allies facing the combined forces of the British Commonwealth in North Africa, the Deutsches Afrika Korps proved a dangerous opponent. Commanded by the legendary Erwin Rommel, the Afrika Korps fought a series of ferocious battles in Egypt and Libya as each side pushed the other to breaking point. Fighting in what was referred to as the last 'Gentleman's Wa…
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Following the assault on Pearl Harbor, the Imperial Japanese military saw action across Asia, from the capture and defence of the islands of the Pacific to the occupation of territory in China and Burma. With this latest supplement for Bolt Action, players have all the information they need to build a force of the EmperorǃÙs fanatically loyal troops and campaign through some of the most brutal bat…
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Contains one resin and metal BA-6 Armoured Car, Decal sheet, Bolt Action Stat card and Vehicle damage markers.
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Representing the classic image of the German infantryman during World War II, these miniatures are equipped with knee-high jackboots, unadorned ǃÚcoalscuttleǃÙ helmet and a martial discipline that took them to almost complete dominance of mainland Europe. Whilst the glory often went to the armoured knights of the panzer divisions, the infantry were the spine of the Wehrmacht. GermanyǃÙs cunning us…
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Formed from the Western Desert Force in 1941, the British 8th Army comprised men from across the British Commonwealth - British, New Zealanders, Australians, Indians and South Africans. Following early successes against the Italians in North Africa, the 8th Army suddenly faced a new, more deadly foe - the Deutsches Afrika Korps led by their mercurial commander, Erwin Rommel. Thus began a series of…
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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 British and Commonwealth troops in every theatre of World War II. Well-loved by the men they supported, they were used to ferry troops up to the frontline, to evacuate wounded, bring up supplies and ammunition and to conduct…
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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 venerable Panzer IV! Though sadly it was still outclassed by the German "Big Cats" Cromwells were used in the 7th armoured division and in the armoured recce regts of the Guards and 11th Armoured Divisions. Even the 6th Airborne arm…
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Striking from the sea, most often from the dark, the army and naval Commandos caused great apprehension to German sentries and garrisons all over occupied Europe in their daring hit and run raids. The brainchild of Winston Churchill himself who had seen the damage Boer commandos could do to a static defensive force at first hand. This elite force (volunteers all) was Britain's only viable way of t…
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German Grenadiers contains: Enough plastic components to make 30 late war German Army miniatures. Includes a host of options to allow for different weapon configurations and command models. Equipment included: STG44 assault rifle, PPSh SMG, Kar 98K rifle, MG42 light machine gun, rifle grenade attachment, MP40 sub-machine gun,Kar 98K rifle, Gewehr 43 rifle, stick grenades, Panzerfaust, field glasse…
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Suggested Army List; 1 Lieutenant and 2 Riflemen* (70pts). 10 man squad of regular German Grenadiers* (2x SMG, 1x LMG, 4x panzerfaust). 146pts. 10 man squad of Veteran German Grenadiers* (10x Assault rifles, 4x panzerfaust). 200pts. 10 man squad of Veteran German Grenadiers* (2x LMG, 3x SMG, 2x panzerfaust). 189pts. Stug III Ausf G with Schürzen (veteran). 276pts. Plastic Puma armoured car (regula…
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Adolph Hitler’s aggressive campaigns across the world ensured his troops would face the enemy in all environments and climates. None were more unforgiving than the harsh winters on the Eastern Front or in the Italian hills and mountains. The resourceful German landser (common soldiers) often had to make do with little more than their standard issue woollen greatcoat, gloves, scarves and a steely d…
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Contents: 1 plastic Panther tank I Decals Bolt Action stat card Vehicle damage markers Bolt Action stats Type: Tanks Weapons: One turret-mounted super-heavy anti-tank gun with co-axial MMG and forward facing hull-mounted MMG Damage Value: 9+ (medium tank) Special Rules: The Panther's heavy frontal armour has a rating of 1 giving it the same frontal value as a heavy tank (10+)
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The Panzer III Plastic Box allows you to make the Ausf J, L, M, or N variants. The Panzer III was one of the most numerous German tanks of the war, and was the mainstay of German armoured forces when they invaded France and the Low Countries, then later Russia. It was well armoured for the time and equipped with the 5cm KwK 38 or 39 L/42 cannon, the N variant having a 7.5cm KwK 37 cannon. Set cont…
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Whilst the propaganda headlines may well have gone to the big cats such as the Panther and the Tiger, the Panzer IV was the backbone of German armoured capability throughout the war. You can choose to build your Panzer IV as one of three different variants: The short-barrelled Ausf. F1. The long-barrelled Ausf. G with its distinctive ball muzzle brake. Respectfully known by British forces in the d…
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The Puma is, arguably, one of the best-looking armoured cars of WWII. A variant of the Sdkfz 234 it boasted a fully enclosed turret with a 5cm gun and thicker armour than other variants. Despite this additional armour the Puma was still capable of speeds greater than 50 miles per hour (that's 85km) and saw use as a scout vehicle from 1943 onwards on both Eastern and Western fronts, as even the thi…
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Containing a single Sd.KLfz 251/1 ausf C half-track, more popularly known as a ‘Hanomag’, this easy to build, yet remarkably detailed, plastic boxed set gives your Landsers mobility, a degree of protection and the supporting firepower of their MGs for and aft. Box contains 1 plastic halftrack, leaflet and decal sheet
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Containing a single Sd.KLfz 251/1 "neue" ausf D half-track, the 'Late' version of the Hanomag, this easy to build, yet remarkably detailed, plastic boxed set gives your Panzergrenadiers mobility, a degree of protection and the supporting firepower of their MGs for and aft. Box contains 1 plastic halftrack, leaflet and decal sheet
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The M10's M7 3-inch (76.2mm) anti-tank gun was a considerable improvement over the 75mm carried by the Sherman. The M10’s relatively thin 37mm of armour (and open-topped five-sided welded turret) on the other hand made it vulnerable to anti-tank weapons, so its main role became defensive, often firing from concealed positions. The M10 was also widely used by the British, who called it the Wolverin…
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Marrying the obsolete but reliable chassis of the Czech-built Pz 38(t) tank and the captured Soviet 76.2mm PaK 36(r) L/51 anti-tank gun, the Marder (Marten) provided the Wehrmacht with a potent self-propelled gun. These captured Soviet weapons were rechambered to accept German 75mm PaK 40 ammunition and avoid supply issues. As the war progressed, the main guns were replaced with the PaK 40 anti-ta…
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