Okay if thing your are going to say! Are you mad, yes. The best part is I have the rights to sell this set. 15mm print is my goal...
My past post showed pictures of a WW2 era Russian village. Here is your chance to build the village using Pegasus Hobbies Russian village buildings. This series building had been around for many years. Not many of us have seen these built. Why because they are still in the box or hidden away in one's gaming pile of stuff. Gary Beardaworth a member of the Battle Group face book page is the proud owner of these models shown below. The buildings are Christmas present from his friend Simon. The best part they come painted... Plus the unassemblied builds are $9.00 to 11.00 USD
These are picture taken in color of a small russian village. These are great reference for someone that is playing a russian front game.
These picture should be a great guide to paint Russian Snipers. The Lady snipers can be bought here :bad squiddo gamesTools of the trader.
I've covered the review on the German infantry in winter gear a couple of days ago and already opened up on the possibilities to convert them, by adding parts from other sprues and kits. Due to the way the miniatures in the Warlord Games kits are cut, it is quite easy to use parts from […]
This is the last of the Russian Armor. Hope you can put these charts to good use. Next will the American Armor series.
Another Russian Tank Destroyer that soldiered on after WW2. It was used in all off the Arab -Israeli conflicts. When armed with the D-5T 85 mm gun. The SU-85 could take out a tiger at 1000m
SU-76M was loved by the Russian Infantry because of its fire power. The SU-76 was the only other tank built it larger 13,932 like the T-34. The SU-76 could take out a Panther with a flank shot. But the Tiger was going to b...
Back to the Soviet armor. Starting with the BT7. Fast tank not a bad tank, but badly outclassed for the Germans