German half tracks, they’re so iconic. I’ve already got a couple of the standard 251/1 troop carriers, now they’re joined by the command variant, the 251/10:
One of the things I love about 20th Century wargames are the tanks and vehicles. I’d much rather be painting an AFV than the infantry to go with it (although strangely I prefer playing games with plenty of infantry over tank-heavy ones…) One thing I try to do is get maximum bang for my buck […]
One of the most iconic tanks of WW2, the Churchill tank looked like something designed for the battlefields of Passchendaele, but fought right through to the last days of the war. When Warlord released a plastic one I felt like it was time I filled a big gap in my tank collection. Read on below […]
I’m a big fan of the Rubicon plastic kits, and their mid- and late-war Stuart kit fills a gap in my Allied collection. The same vehicle can be used as a gun-armed Stuart for Polish 1st Armoured in ’44-’45 and as a Recce Stuart for NZ 2nd Division in Italy ’43-’45.