A range of artillery pieces for the wargamer with a range of interest from the norm to the unusual.
All guns are code N except where stated otherwise.
|Separate wheels - banded small or large, tyred small , medium or large , cleated large , German solid , or spoked small Mediun or large -All 60p each.|
Gun Type One A
British 15pdr Krupp m.00 as used in the Boer war. It was used with and without shield. See later for another version of this under 3b. Also represents the Danish m02, Swedish m02, Romanian m03, Belgian Krupp tr, Chinese Krupp 00, Boer Krupp 00. (used against the British) Japanese Krupp 00 (used against the Russians 1904-1905) also used by various small Balkan countries in the first and second Balkan wars prior to WW1. It also becomes the Turkish m03/10 fieldgun, the most common gun used against the allies in the middle east in WW1. The same gun was sold to the Spanish army and was used by both sides in the Spanish Civil War. In most cases these guns soldiered on from the turn of the century up until WWII. If used without shield it is very similar to the Egyptian Krupp quickfirer some of which became Mahdist.
GunType One B
Russian 76mm m02 and m02/30 fieldguns. Some were supplied to the Spanish for use against the fascist forces during their civil war.
Gun Type One B(A)
Russian 76mm m33 divisional gun. Used by soviet army in 1930's and start of WWII. Some supplied to communist Chinese prior to WWII and after.
Gun Type One C
Use as Swiss 75/30, Dutch m03, Japanese 75mm Meiji 38 type supplied to them by Krupp in Jan 1905 for the last part of the Russo/Japanese war but also used by them in WW1 against the Germans at Tsingtao as well as against the Chinese in the 1930's. Italian Krupp m06, m11 used extensively in WW1 as their main fieldguns but also part of their colonial equipment. In this appearance the gun was also used by the Spanish during their civil war.
Gun Type One D
Krupp 7.7cm fg96 the main field gun of the German army in WW1. Also supplied to central powers allies. Used by Bulgaria and Turkey. Also supplied to fascist forces during the Spanish Civil War.
Gun Type One E £
German 7.7cm PAK16. Used as an anti tank gun during WW1 from 1917 onward. Also provided to the special Sturmtruppen units as support and anti-tank gun. Some are supposed to have appeared in the Spanish Civil War.
Gun Type Two A
This becomes the 7.7cm fk17 used by Germany in WW1 from 1917 onward. Also supplied to Turkey. Post war supplied to Finland. The post WW1 development was the almost identical 7.5cm fk28 used by German cavalry in WWII on the eastern front and also by Finland. Extensively used during the Spanish Civil War. The equipment of the Belgian army in 1940. Almost identical to the Japanese 7.5cm Meiji (improved). Used extensively against China and standard WWII equipment. Almost identical to the Bohler 8cm fgm18 used by Austro/Hungarian army in late WW1. Equipment of Austrian and Hungarian armies up to WWII. Used by Yugoslav army up to and during WWII.
Gun Type Two B
This becomes the Dutch 7.5cm (mod) used in Europe WWII. Captured guns used by the Germans. Very similar to improved guns used by the Chinese against the Japanese in the 1930's. Various Balkan countries.
Gun Type Two C
This is the same gun as two b but as modified for use in the anti tank role and for towing by truck. It is the main field gun of Dutch forces in the far east against the Japanese. Captured guns used by the Japanese. Also similar to gun supplied to China.
Gun Type Two D
7.5cm Krupp with rubber tyres. In this form it is similar to the motorized version of Gun Type Two A used during the Spanish Civil War and by various Balkan countries.
Gun Type Two E
Austrian WW1 8cm fg m5 state/skoda. This is the main field gun of the Austro/Hungarian army in WW1. It is almost identical to the skoda 7.5cm fg m12 which was supplied to china but was also used by the Austro/Hungarian army and later by Czechoslovakia up to WWII. Captured guns used by Italy and Russia.
Gun Type Three A
This is the 18pdr British WW1 main fieldgun but introduced from 1904, or as the 13pdr British WW1 horse artillery gun. There is no difference shown because there is almost no difference except calibre. Issued to all empire forces as well. Some supplied to the Americans
Gun Type Three B
This converts the 15pdr Krupp Boer war gun used by the British to the WW1 version of it. In this form the gun was issued to territorial artillery, then used in the middle east, also used by Indian army. Gunshield slips on to the front of the barrel and sits between the wheel
Gun Type Four D £4.50
Schneider 120mm howitzer TR. 1915. Used by French army WW1, Spanish during Civil War.
Gun Type Four E £4.50
Schneider 120mm howitzer M97. Serbia 1898.
Gun Type Five A £4.50
St. Chamond 12cm QF howitzer. Used by Belgian army WW1.
Gun Type Six A £4.50
Krupp 12cm L14 & M09 howitzer. Used by Dutch Army WW1 to WWII.
Gun Type Six D £4.50
Krupp M92. 12cm howitzer. Used by Turkey and various Balkan states 1895 onwards.
Gun Type Six E £4.50
Krupp 15cm FH13 (short). Used by Germany throughout WW1. Turkey and other central powers.
Gun Type Six F £4.50
Krupp 15cm FH13/17 Lange (long howitzer). Replacement for FH13. Important field howitzer for last two years of the war.
Gun Type Six F(1) £4.50
Krupp 15cm F11/13/17 Lange. Same as above but in second line WWII service.
Gun Type Six G £4.50
Krupp 15cm. Meiji 38/15cm. Japanese 15cm heavy field gun used against Tsingtao WW1, later against China. Second line service WWII.
Gun Type Seven A
UK 26CWT M1915. 6" howitzer, heavy field howitzer introduced during WW1. Used by British and Commonwealth forces. Still in use in WWII.
Gun Type Seven A(1)
UK 26CWT M1915. 6" howitzer modified, same as above except as used in WWII. Standard heavy field howitzer in the North African campaign WWII.
Gun Type Seven B
Pulitov/Obuchov M04. 12cm howitzer. Used by Russia 1904 to WW1 and later by USSR.
Gun Type Eight A
State 10cm field howitzer M99. Used by Austria-Hungary. Actual calibre 104mm. Main equipment of field howitzer regiments from1900. Standard field howitzer well into WW1. Also used by Balkan countr
Gun Type Eight C
6" howitzer 30CWT 1886. Used by Great Britain and Commonwealth. Extensive service in Colonial Wars, Boer War and WW1.
Gun Type Thirty-Three
German 15cm FH02. 1902 field howitzer.
Gun type Fifty one A
French 75mm quick-fire gun with spoked wheels
Gun type Fifty one B
French 75mm quick firing gun, with rubber tyred wheels
RUCR 1. set of 4 crew in shirtsleeves, trousers and boots, with shells and box. Choose Early German, late German or Russian heads. P
RUCR 1 with early German heads.
RUCR 2. set of 4 crew in shirtsleeves, trousers and putees, with shells and box. Choose Early British, late British, Turkish, ANZAC, Indian or Sun helmet heads. P
RUCR 3. set of 4 crew in shirtsleeves, trousers and short boots, with shells and box. Choose Early French/Belgian or any you think appropriate heads! P
RUCR 3 with early French/Belgian heads