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Gunner Dunbar11 Jun 2023 10:17 p.m. PST

Hi guys

3 x German artillery limbers, Field limber 18 (spoked wheels), light field howitzer limber 18 (pressed wheels), and the field howitzer limber 98 are now available in my shop, link below, I've also done a test print of the limber for the anti aircraft wagon, it's the one with the rubber tyres, it will be included with the AA set, not with the arty limbers set, however the next progression, now that I've done the rubber tyres would be the Hf.7 wagon. Physical prints can be obtained by emailing me at

The next question is should I continue with releasing new models/files? Whilst comments and interactions are pretty positive it unfortunately isn't translating into sales (17 sales in total across 5 products, in the past month, whilst the free Hf2 wagon has been downloaded 507 on its own) what is the general consensus? It's a catch 22 situation, producers of models release endless streams of Tigers and panthers because they sell, and vehicle like this are left un produced, people say they want to see all these wholes in the market filled, but when they are produced they are ignored, continue or not? I was planning on producing French, Soviet and Hungarian horse drawn equipment, but I suspect they would sell much worse than these German ones, I would like some feed back because I'm seriously considering changing something.






N Drury12 Jun 2023 1:57 a.m. PST

I'd be interested in Soviet equipment.

In the photos above, what is the one with the rubber tyres? It isn't in the set of 3 on wargaming3d.

Frederick Supporting Member of TMP12 Jun 2023 4:57 a.m. PST


Gunner Dunbar12 Jun 2023 6:27 a.m. PST

It's the limber for the AA set, can also be used for light guns like IG18, but I want the AA set to have its own limber so only including it in that.

Gunner Dunbar12 Jun 2023 6:46 a.m. PST

It's this one




greenknight4 Sponsoring Member of TMP12 Jun 2023 7:43 a.m. PST

Nice stuff – w0mdering if you are an advertiser?

laretenue12 Jun 2023 8:18 a.m. PST

Please forgive my ignorance … I understand what a leFH18 is, and therefore its limber. But what ordnance gets hitched to the good Gunner's other offerings?

When I know this, I will better know how tempted I am to purchase …

14Bore12 Jun 2023 8:51 a.m. PST

Out my expertise a little but the limber gets your drive to the load but what that load cam be anything from gun, ammunition or supplies. British in Napoleonic era seems to be like this

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