Back to the Corridor

You might remember that at Salute a couple of years ago, we brought along some really nice laser cut corridors produced by Assault Publishing. AP have now closed their doors to concentrate on rules publishing, so we’re not going to be able to get any more stock of them. We’ve decided to discount our remaining stock at Salute on Saturday to clear some space at the workshop, so we’ll be offering them at the reduced prices below. We don’t have many sets, so it’s first come first served, although if you would like to reserve a box then drop us a line and we’ll put them by for you.

LCAA-01 – EDCV Labs Set – £90.00 £65.00
LCAB-01 – Umbrella Set – £50.00 £35.00

AmRep Auxiliaries

We have a couple of support vehicles for our American Republic 15mm forces today, both based on the Baumann APC chassis. The first is an armoured command vehicle, packed with electronics and scanners but also sporting a pintel weapon at the top hatch for air defence; in this case, a tribarrel powergun.

The second vehicle is a utilitarian cargo hauler with an open flat bed cargo area but an armoured cab.

SF15-203c – Baumann Command Vehicle – £8.00
SF15-209 – Cargo Hauler – £7.00

Mobile Mortars

We have three new 15mm vehicles which will be available at Salute. There are two variants of the Mercenary Shinigami hover jeep and a new version of the EuroFed Javelot scout car.

The two Shinigamis are both weapon carriers with one carrying an automatic mortar and the other fitted with a 6-round missile launcher. The missile version handily fills a gap in the detachment list for the Hiroseki National Army in the Hammer’s Slammers universe.

The new Javelot model also carries a mortar (of the same design as the Shinigami – to be perfectly honest, we just made this because we could…

SF15-406e – Javelot Mortar Carrier – £4.00
SF15-1510a – Shinigami Missile Carrier – £4.00
SF15-1510b – Shinigami Mortar Carrier – £4.00

Neo-Soviet Heavy Weapons

Not to be outdone by the British, our Neo-Soviets get some new heavy weapon teams in 15mm as well. Like the Brits there are two sets, but with different weapons. The first team has a tripod mounted heavy tribarrel weapon, while the other has an automatic grenade launcher. Both come in packs of two weapons each with two crew and spare ammo cases. Available on April 6th at Salute, and on the website soon after.

SF15-1267a – Neo-Soviet Tri-barrel team (x2) – £3.00
SF15-1267b – Neo-Soviet Auto-GL team (x2) – £3.00

British Heavy Weapons

Our range of 15mm British sci-fi figures already has several tripod mounted crewed weapon options available. However, we also have a second set of prone crewman figures (unreleased to this point) for which there were no weapon models. So we’ve made some new guns for them and added them to our Salute line-up.

The first weapon is an anti-tank rifle, although that rather antiquated name is a bit of a misnomer as it’s somewhat more advanced than the Boyes weapon of WW2 vintage. This one is mounted on a tripod and also has a gun shield for the crew and will give a serious headache to a light tank or APC.

The second weapon is a twin-MG, inspired by our 6mm heavy weapon. This will put a huge amount of firepower downwind in the direction of any enemy infantry. Each pack contains two weapons each with two crew, a gunner and a loader with rifle.

SF15-168a – Anti-tank Rifle Team (x2) – £3.00
SF15-168b – Twin MG Team (x2) – £3.00

Salute 2019

Salute is the largest show on the UK gaming calendar – this year it’s a little earlier than usual, April 6th, at the now established venue in London’s ExCel centre. Once again Brigade will be in attendance, and you can find us on stand TE16). As always we try to bring a number of new items across our ranges, and this post is where you will find them all. It will be regularly updated as we release details of each new model, and we’ll stick it to the top of the blog until the show it over so it’s easy to find. For more details of the show, click the logo above and you’ll be taken to the official show website.

We’re happy to take orders for the show – you can either place an order and pay in advance using the collect in person option on the website, or just drop us an email with a list and pay on the day (cash or card). Our ranges have grown so much that even at a show as big as Salute we can no longer bring large quantities of every model, so if you’re after something in particular and want to guarantee that we have it then it’s wise to get your order in early. It’s often difficult to judge demand for new releases so they can sometimes sell out quickly.

Aeronef

VANFP-1703 – Spanish Carrier Pack – £22.00
VAN-102 – Exeter class Heavy Cruiser – £3.50
VAN-103 – Osprey class Patrol Ship – £1.00
VAN-105 – Cygnet class Torpedo Ship – £1.00
VAN-107 – Cossack class Corvette – £1.00
VAN-108 – Steadfast class Frigate – £1.25
VAN-112 – Arethusa class Fleet Destroyer – £2.00
VAN-112a – Arethusa class AA Destroyer – £2.00
VAN-128 – Medusa class Armoured Cruiser – £4.00
VAN-129 – Orion class Light Cruiser – £3.00
VAN-129a – Sirius class AA Cruiser – £3.00
VAN-1811 – Ammiraglio la Verde class Battlecruiser – £8.00
VAN-1710 – Príncipe de Asturias class Carrier – £9.00
VAN-1711 – Halcón class Fighter (x6) – £1.25

Spaceships

SFS-175 – Fort Linton class Replenishment Ship – £10.00
SFS-311 – Zugspitze class Light Carrier – £6.00
SFS-320 – Wuppertal III class Heavy Cruiser – £3.00
SFS-321 – Osnabruck class Attack Cruiser – £2.50
SFS-322 – Wiesbaden class Missile Cruiser – £2.50

Hammer’s Slammers

HSC-007 – Hammer’s Slammers Counters – £20.00

15mm SciFi Moonbase

B15-603 – Utility Dome – £7.00
B15-604 – Storage Dome – £5.00
B15-605 – LOX Tanks (x2)- £3.00

15mm SciFi Figures

SF15-168a – Anti-tank Rifle Team (x2) – £3.00
SF15-168b – Twin MG Team (x2) – £3.00
SF15-169 – British Gun Crew – £1.50
SF15-566a – PLA Remote Twin Gun Teams (x2) – £3.00
SF15-566b – PLA Remote Missile Teams (x2) – £3.00
SF15-1267a – Neo-Soviet Tri-barrel team (x2) – £3.00
SF15-1267b – Neo-Soviet Auto-GL team (x2) – £3.00

15mm SciFi Vehicles

SF15-203c – Baumann Command Vehicle – £8.00
SF15-209 – Cargo Hauler – £7.00
SF15-406e – Javelot Mortar Carrier – £4.00
SF15-1510a – Shinigami Missile Carrier – £4.00
SF15-1510b – Shinigami Mortar Carrier – £4.00
HS15-2602 – Demeter Attack VTOL – £12.00
SF15-937 – VTOL Weapons (x8) – £2.50

6mm SciFi

SF300-167 – British Skimmers – £3.00
SF300-756 – PacFed Skimmers – £3.00

Small Scale Scenery

SSS-8122or – Octagonal Tower with Roof – £1.50
SSS-8122rr – Round Tower with Roof – £1.50
SSS-8122sr – Square Tower with Roof – £1.50
SSS-8132 – German Village – £6.00
SSS-8133 – German Churches – £5.00
SSS-8134 – Modern Farm Structures – £5.50
SSS-8135 – Belgian Dockside Warehouses – £5.00

A Harsh Mistress

Next on the Salute list for this year are some additions to our 15mm Moonbase range (well, we say range, until now it’s only been a single model !).

There are three new models – two hemispherical buildings, a storage dome and a habitable utility dome, and a pair of oxygen (or any other gas/liquid) storage tanks.

The utility dome has a spot for a radar on the roof, or alternatively that can be replaced with a missile or gun turret.

You can see some of these buildings in action on the Warlords’ Moon 2039 game at the show (table GF15) – it’s also featured in the show guide that came with this month’s Miniature Wargames magazine. There’s a photo of them ready for the game below.

B15-603 – Storage Dome – £5.00
B15-604 – Utility Dome – £7.00
B15-605 – LOX Tanks (x2)- £3.00

Waldheim Warriors

The Waldheim Dragoons is a mercenary outfit with Germanic origins, tracing its roots back to Saxony on Old Earth. They are a heavy armoured unit equipped mainly with blower vehicles, including the earlier A2 and A5 versions of the same M2 tank used by Hammer’s Slammers. They also use lighter Daedalus medium tanks and the GD-900 hover APC, which are the subject of today’s new releases.

The Daedalus has a domed turret equipped with a 10cm powergun and 2cm tribarrel. Although ostensibly a larger weapon, it doesn’t quite match the hitting power of the High Intensity version fitted to the Waldheim’s M2A2 tanks. Defensively the tanks are fitted with the Drozd active defense system to ward off missiles.

There is also an air-defence version which has its turret replaced by one fitted with four long-barrelled 2cm tri-barrel powerguns capable of knocking down incoming artillery shells and missiles.

The GD-900 is a simple ‘battle-taxi’ APC which can carry up to eight infantry and has an AI-controlled 2cm tri-barrel for self-defence on the commander’s hatch. They can also tow the 5cm HI Powerguns used by the Waldheim’s infantry.

There are also two 10-TU detachment packs available, Light and Heavy Armoured, taken from the Waldheim’s detachment sheet for Hammer’s Slammers:The Crucible.

HS15-1912 – Daedalus Medium Tank – £8.00
HS15-1912a – Daedalus AA Tank – £8.00
HS15-1913 – GD-900 APC – £8.00

HSD15-1901 – Waldheim Dragoons Heavy Armour Detachment – £58.00
HSD15-1902 – Waldheim Dragoons Light Armour Detachment – £63.25

Baby Ape

The question most often asked when we release a new 15mm model is will you be releasing this in 6mm ?. This answer to that question is (almost) always yes, but some take a little longer than others.

This week’s new release is one of the shorter time frames we’ve managed – following on from the release of the 15mm Silverback Tank Destroyer at the end of January, the 6mm version has appeared just three weeks later. Even at the smaller scale it’s an impressive beast, coming in at 35mm long and 22mm wide.

The model comes with a sprue of different two gun options, a 25cm powergun and over/under twin barrel weapon. We’ve also released two 6mm detachment packs for the Nonesuch National Guard, primary users of the Silverback. We’ll have stocks of all of these at ROBIN on Sunday.

HS6-3501 – Silverback Tank Destroyer – £1.75

HSD6-3501 – Nonesuch Heavy Armour Detachment – £14.25
HSD6-3502 – Nonesuch Mechanised Infantry Detachment – £7.75

Skimming Along

New this week we have some skimmers to get you infantry zipping about the battlefield at top speed. These are small, one-man hover vehicles used by some infantry units in the Hammer’s Slammers universe either in place of or as a supplement to normal APCs.

There are two options for the skimmer crew – a British infantryman or a PacFed one in full heavy armour. Both come in packs of four 2-piece skimmers and separate crew figures.

Units that use skimmers in the Hammerverse include the Wolverines, Anders Legion and the Eaglewing (the Slammers regiment themselves also use skimmers – you can already buy those from Ground Zero Games).

SF15-167 – British Infantry on Skimmers (x4) – £6.00
SF15-756 – PacFed Heavy Infantry on Skimmers (x4) – £6.00