Soldiers from World Wars 1 and 2 in 1/72 scale.
Box contains 6 unpainted figures
Paints are required
Italeri 6034 British Paratroopers Red Devils WW2 Plastic FiguresBox contains 50 figures
Box contains 50 figures
Paints are required
Contains 46 figures
Box contains 48 unpainted figures
Glue and paints are required
Paints are required to complete the figures (not included)
German paratroops (or Fallschirmjäger) took part in many of the famous battles of World War II. They saw action in the in Norway and Denmark campaign and the blitzkrieg attacks on Belgium, Holland and France in 1940. Major actions in the Balkans Campaign, Crete, Italy, and on both the Eastern Front and later the Western Front would follow.
Box contains 48 parts
Modelled on the Japanese Army in the Pacific this set includes infantry men armed with rifles, machine guns and grenades
Contains 40 parts including canoe, scaling ladders
Figures in this set are posed loading fixing and maintaining as well as including aircrew in both standing and running poses
Box contains unpainted plastic 48 parts
Number of parts 48
Box contains 48 figures
Glue and paints are required to assemble and complete the figures (not included)
4 x sprues with 68 figures plus heavy weapons, head and arm options and various ancillaries. Cut-out ruined building and street signs. A5 booklet of instructions, historical information and organisation chart
The 105mm leFH 18 was the standard divisional field howitzer used by the Wehrmacht (German Army) during World War II. It had a heavy, simple breech mechanism with a hydro-pneumatic recoil system. The howitzer had wood-spoked or pressed steel wheels. The former were only suitable for horse traction. In 1941 a muzzle brake was fitted to allow longer range charges to be fired. This increased the range by about 1,800 yards and was known as the leFH 18M.
In March 1942 a requirement was issued for a lighter howitzer. This led to a second modification, known as the leFH 18/40. This modification consisted of mounting the barrel of an leFH 18M on the carriage for a 75mm PaK 40 antitank gun. The new carriage increased the rate of fire as well as making the howitzer lighter. Additionally, a more efficient muzzle brake was added, decreasing the recoil.
The famous British 6-pounder anti-tank gun and crew. The gun can be assembled as a late or mid-war version or the US 57mm variant. Two model guns and eight crew figures in each box