von BK-Bob | 20.03.2023 | eingestellt unter: Warlord Games / Bolt Action

Bolt Action: Neuheiten & Konflikt 47 Köpfe

Es gibt neue Unterstüzung für das Afrika Korps, mehr Waffenteams aus dem neuen Material und Köpfe für Konflikt 47.

WG BA Afrika Korps 7.5cm LeIG 18 Light Artillery 1 WG BA Afrika Korps 7.5cm LeIG 18 Light Artillery 2 WG BA Afrika Korps 7.5cm LeIG 18 Light Artillery 3

Afrika Korps 7.5cm LeIG 18 light artillery – 21,50€

The German light infantry support gun mark 18 was a short-barrelled 75mm howitzer. It was used throughout the war in most theatres and gave good quality, much needed support to the hard-pressed Infantry. It could be towed by light tractor, or even pulled by hand into position where its low profile, small size and rapid fire made it a useful addition to the frontline strength.

Contains one metal gun with 3 crew and a plastic 60mm round base.

WG BA Afrika Korps Forward Observer Team 1 WG BA Afrika Korps Forward Observer Team 2

Afrika Korps Forward Observer team – 8,00€

Ordering the support batteries to fire on their command, based on their assessment of the tactical situation, this Afrika Korps forward observer officer team proves invaluable in coordinating your indirect fire on your opponent.

Contains three metal figures with plastic bases.

WG BA British Airborne Weapons Teams 1 WG BA British Airborne Weapons Teams 2 WG BA British Airborne Weapons Teams 3

British Airborne weapons teams – 18,00€

Infantry weapons teams are a key component of any Bolt Action army, providing as they do great tactical flexibility for your force. Sniper teams, anti-tank teams and flamethrower teams are among the most prevalent, presenting your opponent with multiple challenges to overcome.

British forces were armed with 2-inch mortar for close support purposes. Two men were needed to operate it. An NCO was responsible for carrying and firing the weapon while the other carried ammunition. Weighing less than 11Ibs and offering an effective range of 500 yards, these mortars were quick to manoeuvre and deploy as needed.

Snipers were armed with a SMLE No.4 Rifle equipped with a No.32 Mk.1 telescopic sight. The team carried fifty rounds of ammunition, five tracer round and fiver-armour-piercing rounds. Two No.36 Mills bombs or two No.77 smoke grenades were also carried, along with binoculars and a camouflage net.

The portable flamethrower available to British forces was the Ack Pack. At a weight of 64Ibs, the Ack Packs could be carried and operated by one man. Fully loaded, the Ack Pack was capable of ten bursts each of a two second duration. With a range of fifty yards it was a truly fearsome weapon that excelled in clearing bunkers and buildings.

Contains the following Warlord Resin Plus™ figures:

  • 2-man Light Mortar team
  • 2-man Sniper team
  • 2-man Flamethrower team

These figures are cast in our new and improved Warlord Resin Plus™. For more information on this material click here

WG BA German Heer (Winter) Weapons Teams 1 WG BA German Heer (Winter) Weapons Teams 2 WG BA German Heer (Winter) Weapons Teams 3

German Heer (Winter) weapons teams – 18,00€

Infantry weapons teams are a key component of any Bolt Action army, providing as they do great tactical flexibility for your force. Sniper teams, anti-tank teams and flamethrower teams are among the most prevalent, presenting your opponent with multiple challenges to overcome.

The Panzerschreck was a German development of the American bazooka, first encountered in North Africa, firing a large calibre shaped-charge rocket projectile. The back-blast from the weapon was so intense that early teams wore protective capes and masks – later a blast shield was fitted to the weapon giving it a distinctive appearance. The Panzerschreck and disposable anti-tank Panzerfaust had replaced the Panzerbüchse 39 anti-tank rifle by 1944.

During the battle of Stalingrad, Russian snipers took such a heavy toll upon the beleaguered Wehrmacht that the Germans began to train and equip their own marksmen to undertake a specialist role as snipers. A variety of rifles were used for sniping, including the standard KAR-98K and the semi-automatic Gewehr 43, all fitted with the high quality ZF39 telescopic sight, and equipped with precision-manufactured ammunition.

Flamethrowers – Flammenwerfer – were used through the war and were often employed against buildings or fortifications. During the latter part of the war, the Germans produced a lighter, smaller design that carried enough fuel for a single burst – effectively a one-shot flamethrower –the Eintossflammenwerfe. It is not known, however, whether this weapon was actually ever employed.

Contains the following Warlord Resin Plus™ figures:

  • 2-man Panzerschreck team
  • 2-man Sniper team
  • 2-man Flamethrower team

These figures are cast in our new and improved Warlord Resin Plus™. For more information on this material click here

WG BA US Army (Winter) Weapons Teams 1 WG BA US Army (Winter) Weapons Teams 2 WG BA US Army (Winter) Weapons Teams 3

US Army (Winter) weapons teams – 18,00€

Infantry weapons teams are a key component of any Bolt Action army, providing as they do great tactical flexibility for your force. Sniper teams, anti-tank teams and flamethrower teams are among the most prevalent, presenting your opponent with multiple challenges to overcome.

The American Bazooka was first used in North Africa and on Tarawa in November 1942. The first version (M1A1) had two grips and a wooden support. By 1943 the new version was released which no longer had the front grip but had an improved electrical firing system. The final version was longer (1.55m) and improved the range from 200-250 yards to 300 yards. The M6 HEAT rocket could easily penetrate 76mm of armour at 30 degrees or 110mm at 90 degrees.

The tasks of scouting and sniping were similar in American doctrines. In the US manual it was clearly stated that the duty of a sniper was to kill enemy officers in order to damage the morale of enemy troops. They were equipped with a telescopic sight on a M1903 bolt-action Springfield rifle, and also had close-combat weapons such as pistols and shotguns with which to defend themselves if discovered. Both members of the team had sniper training so the role of spotter was interchangeable.

Flamethrowers were used throughout the war, especially in the Pacific, to clear out tunnels and bunkers. During the Normandy landings, the number of flamethrowers was increased to allow the men to open a gap in the fortified lines.

Contains the following Warlord Resin Plus™ figures:

  • 2-man Bazooka team
  • 2-man Sniper team
  • 2-man Flamethrower team

These figures are cast in our new and improved Warlord Resin Plus™. For more information on this material click here

WG K47 British Armoured Infantry Gas Mask Helmet Sprue

British Armoured Infantry Gas mask helmet sprue – 6,00€

Gas masks allow troops to protect themselves from dangerous and frequent gas attacks, giving them the ability to combat anything the enemy can throw at them. More importantly adding these new heads to your figures can really make your themed army stand out.

Contains two sprues. Each sprue contains a total of five British armoured infantry gas mask helmets.

WG K47 British Armoured Infantry Lancelot Assault Helmet Sprue

British Armoured Infantry Lancelot Assault Helmet sprue – 6,00€

A Lancelot helmet keeps the user protected whilst making them look the part of an heroic, ancient knight; truly inspiring honour within the grim reality of war.

Contains two sprues. Each sprue contains a total of five British lancelot assault helmets.

WG K47 German Assault Pioneer Helmet Sprue

German Assault Pioneer Helmet sprue – 6,00€

First to the front, these assault Pioneers provide fortifications for the upcoming divisions and must be protected to create such defences. Giving them heavy armour over their face and head is by far the most ideal source of protection.

Contains two sprues. Each sprue contains a total of five Pioneer helmets.

WG K47 German Heavy Infantry Head Sprue

German Heavy Infantry head sprue – 6,00€

Rift-tech was rapidly used in the development of heavy armour for the Wehrmacht to ensure casualties in intense operations were kept to a minimum. One of the first nations to introduce heavy personal armour it is effective and provided a much-needed boost to the German war effort when first deployed. Other nations have copied the principles, often to better effect, but the heavy infantry remain a potent force on the battlefield.

Contains two sprues. Each sprue contains a total of five German heavy infantry heads.

WG K47 US Heavy Infantry FE01 Blast Helmet Sprue

US Heavy Infantry FE01 Blast Helmet sprue – 6,00€

As the dangers of war increase, so does the need to increase the level of protection of our troops to give them a fighting chance. The blast helmet allows heavy infantry to shrug off close encounters with enemy ordnance and keep moving forwards.

Contains two sprues. Each sprue contains a total of five US heavy infantry blast helmets.

WG K47 US Heavy Infantry Gas Mask Helmet Sprue

US Heavy Infantry Gas mask helmet sprue – 6,00€

Gas masks protect their wearers from barbaric chemical concoctions; cruelly made to make any man suffer.

Contains two sprues. Each sprue contains a total of five US heavy infantry gas mask helmets.

Quelle: Warlord Games

BK-Bob

Seit 2010 im Hobby. Aktuelle Projekte: Herr der Ringe (Harad, Khand und Ostlinge), Saga Ära der Magie (Die Untoten Legionen), WarmaHordes (Crucible Guard, Söldner und Circle), Summoners (Erde), Konflikt 47 (Briten)

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