World War II Miniatures

When gaming WWII in 28mm I use the Bolt Action rules by Warlord.

I used to ply with 20mm figures (mainly Britannia Miniatures) but switched to 28mm when Boltb Action was published. The reason for that was that all my other miniatures are 28mm and therefore all my terrain changed to that size.

Here is a bolt action game we had in our wargaming room in the basement of our house. Inspired by all the lovely bolt action games we saw at Crisis 2015:

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The terrain is partly scratch build figures are from Warlord and Artisan .

Here is the first vehicle I ever did with an airbrush. It is a Corgi die cast car repainted as an ambulance of the Panzer Lehr Division 1944 Normandy.

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Here is a very special miniature for my Bolt Action German army. It is a Warlord figure with a special head , sculpted by Paul Hicks for me. It resembles my own head, so I can actually lead my little soldiers from up front 🙂 !

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I will post more pictures of my WWII collection here soon

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