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TacticalPainter0117 Mar 2024 6:02 p.m. PST

Several new additions to the British for NW Europe. Once again, you can't beat the quality of the 20mm AB Figures range. I picked up a couple of their sets of figures in defensive poses from the Eureka Miniatures stand at Cancon back in January. They make a good addition to the force and will be particularly useful for pictures for the AARs when the British are defending.






An often forgotten range of 20mm WW2 figures is the one sold by Wargames Foundry and sculpted by the Perrys. They have a few useful sets for adding new poses or additional weapons teams. These below are from the British support weapons sets. They match well in size with the AB range.




The two Vickers teams I've based differently. These are not for Chain of Command but for my Crossfire games which are set in urban settings hence the different basing style.


These join all the other figures and vehicles in the British WW2 force and you can see much more of those on the blog here British for NW Europe 1944-45

colkitto18 Mar 2024 12:14 p.m. PST

Very nice paint jobs there.

Personal logo deadhead Supporting Member of TMP18 Mar 2024 1:22 p.m. PST

That is useful. We do all assume that AB are the "Go to" for quality 20mm WWII figures in metal, but I, for one, had forgotten the small range of Perrys' sculpts from WF.


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