Bolt Action: Platoon Deals und neue Panzer
Bolt Action haben zum einen neue Panzer vorgestellt aber auch passende Platoon Deals zusammengestellt.
The Mk VI was produced from 1936 to 1940 with approximately 1,000 Mark VI tanks having been built. The VIc was mechanically identical to the VIb but its .303 and .50 Vickers machine guns were replaced with 15mm and 7.92mm Besa machine guns. The VIb was mechanically identical to the VIa but with differences to make manufacture easier. It was armed with .303 and .50 Vickers Machine Guns.
Small and agile this is ideal for scouting but it’s weak armour makes it unsuitable for engaging in firefights.
Originally produced as a light cavalry tank for the Czech Army and also supplied to Afghanistan, Romania and Bulgari the Wermacht used 218 captured Czechoslovakian from March 1939 onwards. It saw plenty of use in the German Army being used in the Invasion of Poland, the Battle of France and the Invasion of the Soviet Union.
Armed with a 3.7cm KwK 34(t) gun it is capable of dealing with most armoured vehicles of this time, with hull-mounted and co-axial 7.92mm machine guns to deal with any infantry.
The sister tank to the 35(t) the 38(t) was also adopted by the German Army after the occupation of Czechoslovakia. Its crew praised it for its dependability and also ease of repair. Its light weight meant that it saw use as a fast attack and reconnaissance role. Sadly this lightweight also meant that it wasn’t able to take heavier guns suitable for destroying the heavier late-war tanks and so the 38(t) ceased production although the chassis was still used in other variants.
Es handelt sich um Fahrzeuge aus Resin mit Zinnanbauteilen und Miniaturen im 28mm Maßstab.
Quelle: Warlord Games