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Bolt Action Allied Star Dice Bag Bolt Action Allied Star Dice Bag
£12.00
Out of stock
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Bolt Action American Infantry Box Bolt Action American Infantry Box
£24.00
£21.50
7 in stock
Designed to be equipped for use in all theatres of the war in which American soldiers fought and at anytime during America's involvement in the conflict, these great multi-pose plastics allow you loads of options - you can even use them as Free French or Brazilians during WWII and they're also ideal for us as American soldiers during the Korean War! Box contains 25 plastic infantry
Bolt Action Buffalo Soldiers Infantry Box Bolt Action Buffalo Soldiers Infantry Box
£28.00
£27.00
1 in stock
Taking the fight to the Axis forces in Italy, the US troops of the 92nd (Coloured) Infantry Division had to overcome not only the enemy but also the prejudice their skin colour brought. Nicknamed Buffalo Soldiers in memory of their ancestors fighting in the American Civil War, they proved themselves and lived by their motto: Deeds not Words! Deeds not words was the proud motto of the 92nd (Coloure…
Bolt Action LVT-4 Buffalo Amtrac Bolt Action LVT-4 Buffalo Amtrac
£26.00
3 in stock
Carrying troops, light vehicles and essential supplies, either from ship to shore or during perilous river crossings, the LVT-4 Buffalo was used by US, British and Canadian forces from the Pacific to Northern Europe. The Landing Vehicle Tracked (LVT) was a small amphibious landing craft, introduced by the United States Navy, Marine Corps and Army during World War II. The LVT-4 Buffalo was by far t…
Bolt Action M10 Tank Destroyer/Wolverine (Plastic Box) Bolt Action M10 Tank Destroyer/Wolverine (Plastic Box)
£18.00
1 in stock
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…
Bolt Action M18 Hellcat Plastic Tank Box Bolt Action M18 Hellcat Plastic Tank Box
£20.00
2 in stock
The Hellcat’s prodigious speed was attained by keeping it’s armour to no more than 1″ thick. Hellcat crews quickly took advantage of the vehicle’s speed to minimise the enemy’s ability to pierce its thin armour. Hellcats used their speed to outflank and penetrate the side and back of the heavily armoured German Tiger and Panther tanks. The M18 Hellcat saw service in the Western Front in the main.…
Bolt Action M18 Hellcat Resin And Metal Tank Bolt Action M18 Hellcat Resin And Metal Tank
£23.00
£22.00
Out of stock
The fastest tracked armoured fighting vehicle of World War II with a top speed up to 60 mph (92kph), the M18 Hellcat was an American tank destroyer armed with a 76mm cannon. The Hellcat's prodigious speed was attained by keeping it's armour to no more than 1" thick. Hellcat crews quickly learned took advantage of the vehicle's speed to minimise the enemy's ability to pierce its thin armour. Hellca…
Bolt Action M24 Chaffee US Light Tank Bolt Action M24 Chaffee US Light Tank
£21.00
£20.00
1 in stock
Conceived to replace the M3/M5 Stuart light tanks, the M24 Chaffee fought in US service during the later years of WWII and on into the Korean War. The Chaffee also served with British and Russian forces during the Second World War. Reliable, armed with a 75mm gun and with a good off-road performance, the M24 was popular with it's crews. Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle Note: Models supplied…
Bolt Action M26 Pershing Heavy Tank Bolt Action M26 Pershing Heavy Tank
£26.00
2 in stock
Brought in towards the end of WW2 by the US army, the M26 Pershing was designed and built to counter the German heavy tanks like the Tiger and King Tiger. With its 90mm gun it was the highest calibre available to the US. Bolt Action stats Type: Tank Weapons: One turret-mounted super-heavy anti-tank gun with co-axial MMG and forward facing hull-mounted MMG Damage Value: 10+ (super-heavy tank) Pack…
Bolt Action M3A1 Half-Track Bolt Action M3A1 Half-Track
£17.00
£15.30
Out of stock
One of the most iconic pieces of hardware in US Military history, over 40,000 M3 half-tracks were produced during World War II with many thousands of similar models also being supplied to their allies. The M3A1 was ideally suited to rushing troops to the front and through gaps in the enemy lines. With a top speed of 45 mph, and armoured enough to keep out most small arms fire, they performed admir…
Bolt Action M4 Sherman Crocodile Bolt Action M4 Sherman Crocodile
£30.00
£27.00
2 in stock
Inspired by the powerful British Churchill Crocodile and their own experiences in the Pacific with other versions of flamethrower tanks the US army ordered some 100 Sherman Crocodile variants from the British, who were recognised as leading the field in Flamethrower technology. Based on the M4A4 (Sherman V) welded hull the Crocodile retained full operation of its turret and 75mm gun and bow-mounte…
Bolt Action M4 Sherman Plastic Tank Kit Bolt Action M4 Sherman Plastic Tank Kit
£20.00
£18.00
1 in stock
The Sherman Tank was the main stay of the American army. The Break out from the Normandy beaches and the bocage could never been achieved without the armoured support. Although they had their weaknesses their impressive adaptability, firepower and large production numbers enabled the Allies to over power the Germans. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Bolt Action M7 Priest Tank Bolt Action M7 Priest Tank
£23.00
£21.00
1 in stock
Rumbling onto the battlefield comes the M7 Priest, the workhorse of the motorised artillery units, bringing unparalleled close fire support to the US and British armies. In 1941 a converted prototype, the T32, based on the early M3 Lee chassis was chosen to test mount the US armies new M2 105mm Howitzer. The T32 was modified with an open-topped superstructure, mounting a 105mm howitzer and a M2 Br…
Bolt Action M8/M20 Greyhound Scout Car (Plastic Box) Bolt Action M8/M20 Greyhound Scout Car (Plastic Box)
£18.00
£16.20
3 in stock
The M8 Greyhound was originally designed to replace the US military's portee gun in an anti-tank role, but was quickly repurposed once it was realised that its performance against German armour was lacking. It found use as a popular and successful armoured car that served American and British armies well throughout the war. Its crew of four served a 37mm gun, a co-axial .30 cal, the more aggressiv…
Bolt Action Merrills Marauders Squad Infantry Box Bolt Action Merrills Marauders Squad Infantry Box
£15.00
2 in stock
In 1943 the US high command raised a unit to rival the famous British Chindits, men who were to take the war to the Japanese behind their lines. They were officially called 5307 Composite Unit but, under their tough and charismatic leader – Brigadier General Frank Merrill – soon earned their famous name. These hard-marching, tough volunteers raided Japanese supply lines and airfields, carrying the…

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Dice bag for Bolt Action
Designed to be equipped for use in all theatres of the war in which American soldiers fought and at anytime during America's involvement in the conflict, these great multi-pose plastics allow you loads of options - you can even use them as Free French or Brazilians during WWII and they're also ideal for us as American soldiers during the Korean War! Box contains 25 plastic infantry
Taking the fight to the Axis forces in Italy, the US troops of the 92nd (Coloured) Infantry Division had to overcome not only the enemy but also the prejudice their skin colour brought. Nicknamed Buffalo Soldiers in memory of their ancestors fighting in the American Civil War, they proved themselves and lived by their motto: Deeds not Words! Deeds not words was the proud motto of the 92nd (Coloure…
Carrying troops, light vehicles and essential supplies, either from ship to shore or during perilous river crossings, the LVT-4 Buffalo was used by US, British and Canadian forces from the Pacific to Northern Europe. The Landing Vehicle Tracked (LVT) was a small amphibious landing craft, introduced by the United States Navy, Marine Corps and Army during World War II. The LVT-4 Buffalo was by far t…
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…
The Hellcat’s prodigious speed was attained by keeping it’s armour to no more than 1″ thick. Hellcat crews quickly took advantage of the vehicle’s speed to minimise the enemy’s ability to pierce its thin armour. Hellcats used their speed to outflank and penetrate the side and back of the heavily armoured German Tiger and Panther tanks. The M18 Hellcat saw service in the Western Front in the main.…
The fastest tracked armoured fighting vehicle of World War II with a top speed up to 60 mph (92kph), the M18 Hellcat was an American tank destroyer armed with a 76mm cannon. The Hellcat's prodigious speed was attained by keeping it's armour to no more than 1" thick. Hellcat crews quickly learned took advantage of the vehicle's speed to minimise the enemy's ability to pierce its thin armour. Hellca…
Conceived to replace the M3/M5 Stuart light tanks, the M24 Chaffee fought in US service during the later years of WWII and on into the Korean War. The Chaffee also served with British and Russian forces during the Second World War. Reliable, armed with a 75mm gun and with a good off-road performance, the M24 was popular with it's crews. Pack contains 1 resin and metal vehicle Note: Models supplied…
Brought in towards the end of WW2 by the US army, the M26 Pershing was designed and built to counter the German heavy tanks like the Tiger and King Tiger. With its 90mm gun it was the highest calibre available to the US. Bolt Action stats Type: Tank Weapons: One turret-mounted super-heavy anti-tank gun with co-axial MMG and forward facing hull-mounted MMG Damage Value: 10+ (super-heavy tank) Pack…
One of the most iconic pieces of hardware in US Military history, over 40,000 M3 half-tracks were produced during World War II with many thousands of similar models also being supplied to their allies. The M3A1 was ideally suited to rushing troops to the front and through gaps in the enemy lines. With a top speed of 45 mph, and armoured enough to keep out most small arms fire, they performed admir…
Inspired by the powerful British Churchill Crocodile and their own experiences in the Pacific with other versions of flamethrower tanks the US army ordered some 100 Sherman Crocodile variants from the British, who were recognised as leading the field in Flamethrower technology. Based on the M4A4 (Sherman V) welded hull the Crocodile retained full operation of its turret and 75mm gun and bow-mounte…
The Sherman Tank was the main stay of the American army. The Break out from the Normandy beaches and the bocage could never been achieved without the armoured support. Although they had their weaknesses their impressive adaptability, firepower and large production numbers enabled the Allies to over power the Germans. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Rumbling onto the battlefield comes the M7 Priest, the workhorse of the motorised artillery units, bringing unparalleled close fire support to the US and British armies. In 1941 a converted prototype, the T32, based on the early M3 Lee chassis was chosen to test mount the US armies new M2 105mm Howitzer. The T32 was modified with an open-topped superstructure, mounting a 105mm howitzer and a M2 Br…
The M8 Greyhound was originally designed to replace the US military's portee gun in an anti-tank role, but was quickly repurposed once it was realised that its performance against German armour was lacking. It found use as a popular and successful armoured car that served American and British armies well throughout the war. Its crew of four served a 37mm gun, a co-axial .30 cal, the more aggressiv…
In 1943 the US high command raised a unit to rival the famous British Chindits, men who were to take the war to the Japanese behind their lines. They were officially called 5307 Composite Unit but, under their tough and charismatic leader – Brigadier General Frank Merrill – soon earned their famous name. These hard-marching, tough volunteers raided Japanese supply lines and airfields, carrying the…