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Bolt Action DUKW Amphibious Truck Bolt Action DUKW Amphibious Truck
£26.00
£23.40
2 in stock
During World War II, it became apparent that there was a need for amphibious transport that could both ferry men to the beaches and shuttle supplies back and forth. The DUKW (colloquially known as Duck) is a six-wheel-drive amphibious modification of the ​2 1⁄2-ton CCKW trucks used by the U.S. military in WW2. It excelled at approaching and crossing beaches in amphibious warfare attacks. The drive…
Bolt Action Korea supplement Bolt Action Korea supplement
£20.00
£18.00
4 in stock
Bolt Action Mash Unit Bolt Action Mash Unit
£20.00
£18.00
2 in stock
Scale: 28mm - 1/56th 10 Infantry Metal Requires Assembly This product is supplied unassembled and unpainted. Glue and paints not included. Add some character to your Korean War UN force with this fantastic MASH Unit. They could be used as medics, objective markers or part of a diorama! Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Bolt Action North Korean KPA LMG squad Bolt Action North Korean KPA LMG squad
£15.00
£13.50
Out of stock
The forces of the KPA were vast, incorporating between 150,000 – 200,000 personnel, divided into 10 Infantry divisions, 1 Tank division, and 1 Air Force division. Although North Korean conscription was in effect before the outbreak of war, many young men were encouraged or pressed into service by their own families for the promise of financial reward. At the outbreak of the Korea war in 1950, the…
Bolt Action North Korean KPA Rifle squad Bolt Action North Korean KPA Rifle squad
£15.00
£13.50
Out of stock
The forces of the KPA were vast, incorporating between 150,000 – 200,000 personnel, divided into 10 Infantry divisions, 1 Tank division, and 1 Air Force division. Although North Korean conscription was in effect before the outbreak of war, many young men were encouraged or pressed into service by their own families for the promise of financial reward. At the outbreak of the Korea war in 1950, the…
Bolt Action North Korean KPA SMG squad Bolt Action North Korean KPA SMG squad
£15.00
£13.50
1 in stock
The forces of the KPA were vast, incorporating between 150,000 – 200,000 personnel, divided into 10 Infantry divisions, 1 Tank division, and 1 Air Force division. Although North Korean conscription was in effect before the outbreak of war, many young men were encouraged or pressed into service by their own families for the promise of financial reward. At the outbreak of the Korea war in 1950, the…
Bolt Action North Korean KPA support group Bolt Action North Korean KPA support group
£20.00
£18.00
1 in stock
Containing the KPA HQ, a medium mortar team and a medium machine gun team, this set is an ideal way of beefing up your KPA platoons in games of Bolt Action: Korea. Contains 12 metal models: 4 infantry, 2 guns & 6 crew. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Bolt Action Sherman M4A3E8 Easy Eight Bolt Action Sherman M4A3E8 Easy Eight
£24.00
£21.60
2 in stock
The M4 Sherman was originally fitted with an M3 75mm gun. It was deemed that losses from superior German Panzers during WW2 were higher than expected. The M1A1 76mm gun was an improvement but the turret on the original M4 Sherman was too small to take it. This led to delays whilst a new turret was designed. The new M4A3E8/M4A3(76)W HVSS 'Easy Eight' was thus launched in late 1944. As well as the n…
Korean War British Army Infantry Section (Summer) Korean War British Army Infantry Section (Summer)
£15.00
£13.50
2 in stock
The backbone of the British and Commonwealth armies was the regular soldier. At the start of the war they may have lacked practical experience, but were well-trained professionals, and likely to be led by men who had fought for several years during WWII. The Commonwealth Brigade soldier who fought in Korea showed himself a capable force and only added to the laurels of the distinguished history of…
Korean War British Super Bazooka Team (Summer) Korean War British Super Bazooka Team (Summer)
£4.00
£3.60
2 in stock
Although the British still used the Projector Infantry Anti-Tank (PIAT), it became more common for them to upgrade to the American-made super Bazooka. The previous version of this weapon (2.36") had proved insufficient to penetrate the armour of the Soviet-made T-34/85 tanks. Enter the M20 'Super Bazooka', capable of penetrating roughly 11" of armour at a distance of 900 yards. More than capable o…
Korean War Centurion MkIII Heavy Tank Korean War Centurion MkIII Heavy Tank
£26.00
£23.40
2 in stock
The Centurion tank began as a Cruiser type in 1943 but the design of the sloped armour elevated it to an infantry style tank. Further developments in technology, upgraded powerplant, upgraded main gun, added stabilizer all increased the performance of the tank until the MK III quickly became the main battle tank of the United Kingdom. The Centurion outclassed most other Allied armour of the Korean…
Korean War Chinese Conscript Squad Korean War Chinese Conscript Squad
£15.00
£13.50
2 in stock
A large portion of the Chinese PVA was made up of conscript peasant soldiers and soldiers captured during the Civil War. Some soldiers had actually surrendered during the Civil War and were forcibly conscripted. Loyalty and capability remained in question for these conscript squads. Some soldiers had very little military training and were armed with rifles and shoulder satchels full of grenades. T…
Korean War Chinese PVA Infantry Squad Korean War Chinese PVA Infantry Squad
£15.00
£13.50
2 in stock
A Chinese infantry squad consists of 10 men led by a Corporal. Submachine guns were uncommon, but some units were issued with Soviet PPSh-41s. The Czechoslovakian designed and locally made Zb vz. 26 served as the squad's light machine gun. The remaining riflemen carried the Hanyang 88 rifle. Contains 10 metal models Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Korean War Chinese PVA Support Group Korean War Chinese PVA Support Group
£20.00
£18.00
2 in stock
Chinese PVA Support Group Headquarters Team Officers of the CCP army were selected on past military experience and political ideology. CCP army officers did not carry swords like Japanese officers. They had titles, not ranks; for example, Platoon Commander or Company Commander, rather than Lieutenant or Captain. There are also models to represent medics and/or forward observers. Medium Machine Gun…
Korean War M46 Patton Heavy Tank Korean War M46 Patton Heavy Tank
£26.00
£23.40
2 in stock
The M46 Patton was designed to replace the M26 Pershing & the M4 Sherman. It was one of the U.S Army's principal tanks of the early Cold War, serving from 1949 up to the mid-1950s. The only American combat use of the M46 Patton was during the Korean War. On 8 August 1950, the first M46 Patton tanks, belonging to the 6th Tank Battalion, landed in South Korea. The M46 proved to be capable against No…

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