German Tiger Zug
£50.00
German Tiger Zug
Our superbly detailed new kit, made by plastic manufacturers Italeri, has Zimmerit anti-magnetic mine paste giving it the authentic look for mid to late war. It also includes a plastic crewman model as well as full-colour waterslide decals to finish...
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Hellcat Platoon
£50.00
Hellcat Platoon
After the experiences of improvised tank destroyer vehicles such as the M3 half-track with 75mm gun, M6 truck with 37mm gun and the M10 tank destroyer (3-inch gun on a modified M4 Sherman hull), the US Army were keen to...
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Hetzer
£20.00
Hetzer
Based on the reliable Czechoslovakian Panzer 38(t) chassis, almost 3,000 of Hetzers (Baiters) were built by the war’s end. Their small size and very low profile gave them distinct advantages in the role of tank hunters. In addition, the Hetzer...
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Hetzer Zug
£50.00
Hetzer Zug
The Hetzer – or Jagdpanzer 38t to give it its proper designation – was a small-sized and cheap alternative to the bigger tank destroyers such as the Jagdtigers and Jagdpanther. It carried a relatively powerful 75mm gun – a version...
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IS2 Platoon
£50.00
IS2 Platoon
Most properly known as the Iosif Stalin 2 tank (IS-2) it is also widely known as the anglicised Joseph Stalin 2 (JS-2) heavy tank. Making its combat debut early in 1944, the IS-2 was designed predominantly as a heavy tank...
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Italian Stuart-T Tesla Tank
£25.00
Italian Stuart-T Tesla Tank
Italy’s demands for armoured vehicles was both passionate and excessive, but the Allies quickly recognised that if they were to release forces from Italy, they needed to arm the Italians. Numerous M3 Stuarts were available to transfer to Italy, and...
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Japanese Type 4 Ho-Ro self-propelled gun
£22.00 £19.80
Japanese Type 4 Ho-Ro self-propelled gun
Inspired by German self-propelled guns the Type 4 Ho-Ro assault gun was based on a reinforced Type 97 Chi-Ha tank chassis. The Type 4 Ho-Ro mounted the Type 38 150mm howitzer. Surrounding the front of the howitzer was 25mm of...
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King Tiger
£24.00
King Tiger
The Königstiger (officially named the Panzerkampfwagen Tiger Ausf. B or Sd.kfz 182) more commonly known as the ‘King Tiger’ or ‘Royal Tiger’ by Allied troops, was a development of the fearsome Tiger I tank. Its introduction to hostilities in 1944...
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King Tiger-X with heavy rail gun
Whilst production of the Tiger II remains limited and has been further curtailed by resources diverted to the heavy panzermech programme, the tank remains a highly potent vehicle. As rift-tech developments have led to newer and more potent weapon systems,...
£30.00
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Konflikt 47 Japanese Starter Set
June 1947. The Imperial Japanese Army is consolidating its position after almost 16 years of war, first with China, then in a brief struggle with the Soviet Union and later against the US and British Commonwealth. With major gains on...
£85.00
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KV1/2 Plastic Box Set
£20.00
KV1/2 Plastic Box Set
The KV1/2 plastic box is absolutely crammed packed with the might of mother Russia: Enough plastic components to create one tank body and both complete turret variants (KV-1 turret and KV-2 turret)! A detailed construction booklet. A set of full-colour...
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M10 Tank Destroyer Platoon (plastic)
Based on the proven and numerous M4 Sherman chassis, the M10 was fielded in large numbers during WWII. Although it would be replaced by other tank destroyers based on the same design the M10 continued to serve to the war's...
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M10 Tank Destroyer/Wolverine (Plastic Box)
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,...
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M18 Hellcat
£20.00
M18 Hellcat
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...
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M3 Stuart
£18.00
M3 Stuart
As American tank designers began to recognise the outdated and obsolete nature of the M2 light tank, they realised they needed to create something new. The M3 Stuart was a direct upgrade from its predecessor, the M2 light tank, with...
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M3 Stuart Platoon
£50.00
M3 Stuart Platoon
Before the war much effort went into building light tanks, which were felt to have a role analogous to cavalry in an earlier age. Once war began these precepts were quickly brought into question, and the need for more heavily...
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M4 Sherman medium tank (plastic)
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...
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M4A9-T Sherman with Tesla Cannon
As US scientists struggled to perfect the first weaponised application of Rift-tech knowledge, much effort was devoted to an enhanced weapon capable of defeating heavy German and Soviet armoured vehicles. After much trial and error, the Tesla Cannon was fielded...
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M5 Stuart
£18.00
M5 Stuart
This new versatile plastic kit can be assembled as either an M5 Stuart, M5A1 Stuart or an E7-7 Mechanised Flamethrower, and to boot is suitable for many a Bolt Action army, including US, British, Soviet and Chinese. The Americans favoured...
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M8/M20 Greyhound Scout Car Squadron
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...
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Marder III
£20.00
Marder III
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...
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Matilda II troop
£50.00
Matilda II troop
Battle For France The battle for France saw Matilda IIs fighting what would become a general retreat. However, Matildas caused problems for the Germans, whose 37mm and 50mm anti-tank guns were simply too small in calibre to penetrate the thick...
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Panther Ausf A
£20.00
Panther Ausf A
The Panther was the best all-round German tank of the war and although conceived as a medium tank, at 45 tons and with frontal armour over 100mm thick, it could easily be rated more highly. The Panther's thick, sloping front...
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Panther-X
£27.50
Panther-X
Recognised as highly versatile by the senior officers that appraised its early performance, the Schwerefeld Projektor had a reasonable anti-tank capability, a higher rate of fire than a traditional gun and a latent gravity field that restricted free movement. However,...
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Panther-X with light rail gun
The versatile and highly effective Panther tank has been upgraded with a modernised and field tested Schwerefeld Projector to create a well-armed and armoured medium tank. The Panther’s versatility has also led to it being fielded with the latest Rift-tech...
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Panzer 38(t)
£18.00
Panzer 38(t)
Most commonly known as the Panzer 38(t), this light tank was originally a Czech design – the LT vz. 38 – which fell under the Third Reich's control when Germany occupied Czechoslovakia in 1938. The 't' in its designation relates...
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Panzer 38(t) Zug
£50.00
Panzer 38(t) Zug
Another light tank, the 38(t) was a Czech design (the 't' relating to the German word for 'Czech' - 'tschechisch') which was adopted for service with the Wehrmacht after the annexation of Czechoslovakia in March 1939. This box contains: 3...
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Panzer IV Ausf. F1/G/H medium tank (plastic)
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...
£18.00
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Plastic IS-2 Heavy Tank
£20.00
Plastic IS-2 Heavy Tank
What do you do when you are told to upgrade an already giant metal monster that took a whole new generation of tank to actually deal with? You make it bigger and make it louder. The IS-2 is that very...
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Sd.Kfz 251/2 Ausf D (8cm Granatwerfer) Half Track
From the early stages of World War II, the German army began to equip their Panzergrenadiers with armoured half-tracks that would support their panzers in action. They developed the excellent Sd.Kfz 251 series, made by Hanomag, and steadily produced them...
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