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Bolt Action Belgian Army HQ Bolt Action Belgian Army HQ
£6.00
£5.40
1 in stock
Like most European armies, Belgian Army officers were recruited from the upper-middle class of society. Officers were well-educated and affluent. They were confident and trained on par with their French and British counterparts. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Bolt Action Belgian Army Infantry Squad Bolt Action Belgian Army Infantry Squad
£15.00
£13.50
2 in stock
A Belgian infantry section consists of ten men. A section is led by a sergeant carrying either a MP-28 submachine gun or a Fusil 1889 rifle. The sergeant is supported by a corporal carrying a rifle. The Fusil-mitrailleur 1930 (FM 30) Browning Light Machine Gun or "Belgian BAR" served as the section LMG, which was carried and operated by one man. The remaining seven riflemen carried the Fusil 1889…
Bolt Action Belgian Army Light Mortar & Sniper Teams Bolt Action Belgian Army Light Mortar & Sniper Teams
£6.00
£5.40
Out of stock
The Belgian sniper carried and operated the Fusil Mle 1935 rifle. Firing a 7.56mm round and with a scope attached, this rifle was lethal in the hands of a marksman. The Belgian Army was armed with the Lance DBT 50mm Light Mortar. Similar in design and the same calibre as the Japanese knee mortar, this weapon provided Belgian platoons with close infantry support and was capable of firing 20 rounds…
Bolt Action Belgian Army Medium Mortar Bolt Action Belgian Army Medium Mortar
£7.00
£6.30
1 in stock
The Belgians used the 81mm Brandt mle 27/31 as its medium mortar support weapon. It was an effective weapon that was used by many nations. The Belgians also had a number of 7.58cm minenwerfer of World War I vintage. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Bolt Action Belgian Army MMG Team Bolt Action Belgian Army MMG Team
£7.00
£6.30
1 in stock
The most common machine gun operated by the Belgian Army was the MG08/15 Maxim machine gun. The German-made weapon had a proven track record in World War I. The Belgians modified the Maxim to fire 7.65 rounds. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Bolt Action Belgian FRC 47mm AT Gun Bolt Action Belgian FRC 47mm AT Gun
£13.00
£11.70
1 in stock
Bolt Action Belgian FRC 76mm infantry gun Bolt Action Belgian FRC 76mm infantry gun
£13.00
2 in stock
Pack contains 3 metal figures & 1 metal gun Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Bolt Action Belgian Infantry Squad (Bonnets de Police) Bolt Action Belgian Infantry Squad (Bonnets de Police)
£15.00
2 in stock
This pack contains: - 1 NCO with LMG 2-man LMG team 7 riflemen Contains 10x metal miniatures. Model supplied unassembled and unpainted - contents may vary.
Bolt Action Belgian T15 Light Tank Bolt Action Belgian T15 Light Tank
£17.00
£16.00
1 in stock
The Carden Loyd tankettes were a series of British pre-World War II tankettes; the most successful of which was the Mark VI, the only version built in significant numbers. It became a classic tankette design worldwide, was license-built by several countries and became the basis of several designs produced in several different countries. The Belgians had 42 of these, designated the “T15”. It has a…
Bolt Action Belgian Vickers Utility Tractor Bolt Action Belgian Vickers Utility Tractor
£14.00
£12.00
1 in stock
Looking like something straight out of a Wallace& Gromit adventure is this gun tractor. Used to pull field pieces around the Vickers Utility fulfilled a vital role for the Belgian army. Metal and resin vehicle. Model supplied unassembled and unpainted - contents may vary.

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Like most European armies, Belgian Army officers were recruited from the upper-middle class of society. Officers were well-educated and affluent. They were confident and trained on par with their French and British counterparts. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
A Belgian infantry section consists of ten men. A section is led by a sergeant carrying either a MP-28 submachine gun or a Fusil 1889 rifle. The sergeant is supported by a corporal carrying a rifle. The Fusil-mitrailleur 1930 (FM 30) Browning Light Machine Gun or "Belgian BAR" served as the section LMG, which was carried and operated by one man. The remaining seven riflemen carried the Fusil 1889…
The Belgian sniper carried and operated the Fusil Mle 1935 rifle. Firing a 7.56mm round and with a scope attached, this rifle was lethal in the hands of a marksman. The Belgian Army was armed with the Lance DBT 50mm Light Mortar. Similar in design and the same calibre as the Japanese knee mortar, this weapon provided Belgian platoons with close infantry support and was capable of firing 20 rounds…
The Belgians used the 81mm Brandt mle 27/31 as its medium mortar support weapon. It was an effective weapon that was used by many nations. The Belgians also had a number of 7.58cm minenwerfer of World War I vintage. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
The most common machine gun operated by the Belgian Army was the MG08/15 Maxim machine gun. The German-made weapon had a proven track record in World War I. The Belgians modified the Maxim to fire 7.65 rounds. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Pack contains 3 metal figures & 1 metal gun Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
This pack contains: - 1 NCO with LMG 2-man LMG team 7 riflemen Contains 10x metal miniatures. Model supplied unassembled and unpainted - contents may vary.
The Carden Loyd tankettes were a series of British pre-World War II tankettes; the most successful of which was the Mark VI, the only version built in significant numbers. It became a classic tankette design worldwide, was license-built by several countries and became the basis of several designs produced in several different countries. The Belgians had 42 of these, designated the “T15”. It has a…
Looking like something straight out of a Wallace& Gromit adventure is this gun tractor. Used to pull field pieces around the Vickers Utility fulfilled a vital role for the Belgian army. Metal and resin vehicle. Model supplied unassembled and unpainted - contents may vary.