THE IMAGE TO THE LEFT SHOWS a representation model from the Russo-Japanese artillery and equipment range. The full range is listed below as individual guns or pieces of equipment. The British field gun (CE100) should be used for the Russian Army. These products are sold as unpainted kits. Each of the more complex kits is accompanied by an A4 hard copy Instruction Sheet a copy of which is to be found next to the product. Sculpted by Jack Alexander and Mark Lodge, painting by Steve Rowland, colour photography by mska.uk. Buildings by Hovels and scenery by S&A Scenics.
NEW ITEMS: Russian and Japanese machine gun and crew, Japanese and Russian artillery crew.
FUTURE RELEASES: by late 2019 a Japanese field gun, limber, horse team and crew.
This product is sold as an unpainted kit.Additional Images.1-3. These lovely figures, vehicles and buildings are from the hand of Greg Potter. Greg has some fantastic ideas for his wargaming table which I very much admire. On this occasion he has recreated the Japanese invasion of Manchuria. The tan..
This product is sold as an unpainted kit. Additional Image.1. Image is a conversion by Mark Lodge using the Boer War pom-pom gun shield (CE 123/124). Image by kind permission of Alan Cook.2. Two Russian MGs deployed to take on a Japanese frontal attack. From the collection of Roy Boss.THE MAXIM MACH..
This product is sold as an unpainted kit. It is accompanied by an Instruction Sheet. The Russian gun used is also available as CE 100.Additional Images.1. Instruction Sheet2. Russian field guns deployed for firing during the Russo-Japanese War.THE RUSSIAN 76.2 mm FIELD GUNIn the latter part of the N..