Slow progress on painting for me at the moment, but I have completed some Jump-off Points for my Kiwi/Polish platoon for Chain of Command:
We’re a bit spoilt for choice in 28mm armour right now. Besides the traditional resins we’ve got loads of plastic vehicles coming onto the market, with Warlord teaming up with Italeri and newcomer Rubicon jumping in with both feet. So instead of one tank in today’s review you get two. Well actually three!
You can’t collect a WW2 British or Empire infantry force without getting yourself a Universal Carrier. They’re an iconic vehicle, loved by the men who lived out of them. This nippy little workhorse went everywhere and did everything. Heck, even the Germans used them when they captured them. I bought these two from Warlord, […]
The story of the NZ 2nd Division’s is one of the longest and toughest of any Allied unit. For four years the division battled its way across Greece, Crete North Africa and Italy, facing some of the best units the Axis had to throw at them. They fought through deserts and snowy mountains, thousands of […]
The Daimler Dingo was a tiny armoured car used by British and Empire troops in WW2. Four-wheels, two blokes, and a machine gun or an AT rifle. What more do you need? To support my NZ troops as they battle through the Germans in Italy I bought a Warlord Dingo Mk2. Most of what the […]