You are using an outdated browser. For a faster, safer browsing experience, upgrade for free today.
  • Your shopping cart is empty!

Colonial Wars Artillery and Equipment

Colonial Wars Artillery and Equipment

THE IMAGE TO THE LEFT SHOWS a representation model from the Nineteenth Century colonial artillery and equipment range. The full range is listed below as individual guns or pieces of equipment. All are suitable for use with many Victorian period armies.  There are a number of new items including a Boer War pop-pom gun. These products are sold as unpainted kits. Each of the more complex kits is accompanied by a hard copy A4 Instruction Sheet and a digital copy is to be found next to the product. Sculpted by Jack Alexander, Andrew Stadden and Mark Lodge, painting by Steve Rowland and Mark Lodge, colour photography by

NEW ITEMS: Egyptian Army 1882 gun crew (CE126), Regular Afghan Army gun crew (CE127) and Krupp field gun (CE125)

FUTURE RELEASES: Dervish gun crew 

Colonial Wars - Boer Pom-Pom gun and four crew

This product is sold as an unpainted kit.ORGANISATION OF BOER FORCES:  ARTILLERY‘1n 1899 the Staatsartillerie of the Orange Free State, under Major Albrecht, consisted of five officers and 400 men, including reservists. By 1901 it had lost all its guns and tit was reformed as mounted infantr..


Colonial Wars - Boer four mule team Pom-Pom gun, limber and three crew

This product is sold as an unpainted kit. A hard copy Instruction Sheet is supplied with the kit and a digital version is also to be found on this site.Jacklex Miniatures 20mm Colonial Boer War metal wargame figures...


Colonial Wars - Krupp 6pdr Field gun

This product is a kit and requires some basic assembly. It is sold unpainted.Additional Images.1. Engraving of an Egyptian Army gun emplacement.2. The new Egyptian Army 1882 figures sculpted by the superbly talented Andrew Stadden. The group includes infantry, cavalry, gunners and a Krupp 6Pdr Field..


Colonial Wars - Egyptian Army 1882 Gun crew (4 figures)

This product is sold unpainted. It contains four figures.Additional Images.1. A card issued in 1910 by Price's Patent Candle Company Limited, London. It illustrates the bombardment of Alexandria in 1882. The battleships were HMS Alexandra, Sultan, Superb, Inflexible, Temeraire, Monarch, Invincible (..



Showing 25 to 29 of 29 (5 Pages)