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Using its innovative order system that replicates the challenges faced by commanders on the battlefield, Bolt Action is fast paced and exciting, and is suitable for veteran wargamers and newcomers alike, with a range of starter sets and complete armies to get your collections off the ground. The Bolt Action miniatures are detailed and dynamic, yet easy to assemble, making it the most accessible historical wargame available. For ways to get started in Bolt Action click here.

  • 28mm Bolt Action WWII Rules and More
    28mm Bolt Action WWII Rules and More
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    Using its innovative order system that replicates the challenges faced by commanders on the battlefield, Bolt Action is fast paced and exciting, and is suitable for veteran wargamers and newcomers alike, with a range of starter sets and complete armies to get your collections off the ground.

  • 28mm WWII American Forces
    28mm WWII American Forces
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    By utilizing the industrial infrastructure, the United States Military was able to out-produce the Axis forces - with the likes of the ubiquitous Sherman tank being produced by the tens-of-thousands. With the trusty Garand rifle, Thompson SMG, Browning MGs, and (when a little more punch was needed) the Bazooka - the GIs were well equipped and supplied to take the fight to the enemy.

  • 28mm WWII British Forces
    28mm WWII British Forces
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    The British Army fought all around the world throughout the Second World War. Armed with characteristic equipment such as the Bren Gun, the PIAT, the Bren Carrier, Churchills and Cromwell tanks - and with the protection of the Brodie Helmet, the Tommies were a force to be reckoned with!

  • 28mm WWII German Forces
    28mm WWII German Forces
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    The German army utilized revolutionary tactics and equipment to conquer huge swathes of Europe during the Early War period (often referred to as the ‘Blitzkrieg’ period), and to simultaneously fight the British and Americans on the Western Front AND the Soviets in the East through the Late War.

  • 28mm WWII Italian Forces
    28mm WWII Italian Forces
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    Mussolini famously boasted that the Italian army had eight million bayonets standing at the ready. In actuality, the standing Italian army was far smaller than that, with huge numbers of troops conscripted into a war they neither believed in nor understood. The fighting ability of units of the Italian army varied greatly, with much of the rank and file lacking proper equipment, transport and even motivation. Still, there were several key battles in North Africa and the Eastern Front where they performed well.

  • 28mm WWII Japanese Forces
    28mm WWII Japanese Forces
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    Japanese forces became known for their fanatical fighting spirit - their soldiers having been subjected to years of indoctrination - they would rather take their own lives than risk the dishonour of being captured at the hands of the enemy. While their equipment was lacking considerably - they would often use guerrilla warfare tactics before launching desperate assaults where they would throw wave-after-wave of troops upon the enemy’s guns.

  • 28mm WWII Soviet Forces
    28mm WWII Soviet Forces
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    With the weight of the tireless Soviet industry behind them, the Soviet forces used wave after wave of infantry and armour to exhaust the enemy. T34 tanks were produced in vast numbers, outnumbering the German Panzers upon the battlefields of Kursk - with fire support coming in the form of Maxim Machine Guns, and even the improvised Molotov cocktail which caused fear and panic during the room-to-room urban fighting in the city of Stalingrad.

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