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22 Jul 2020

12mm BRDM-1 from Butlers Printed Models

One Soviet BRDM-1 armoured car or tank destroyer. Available in 6mm (1/285), 12mm (1/144), 15mm (1/100), 20mm (1/76) and 28mm (1/56).

5 different variants are available:

BRDM-1 - Armoured car, supplied with 3 MGs so you can choose the armament
BRDM-1U - Command version, almost identical with three additional antenna mounts
2P27 (AT-1) - Tank destroyer with 3 AT-1 Snapper AT missiles
2P32 (AT-2) - Tank destroyer with 4 AT-2 Swatter AT missiles
9P110 (AT-3) - Tank destroyer with 6 AT-3 Sagger AT missiles

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Pictures shown are for 15mm models

All models supplied unpainted, unbased and without crew (figures)

3D printed to order

Butlers Printed Models

20 Jul 2020

12mm Austin-Kegresse AC from Butlers Printed Models

One Russian Austin-Kegresse armoured car. Available in 6mm (1/285), 12mm (1/144), 15mm (1/100), 20mm (1/76) and 28mm (1/56).

The Austin Armoured Car was a British armoured car produced during the First World War. The vehicle is best known for its employment by the Imperial Russian Army in the First World War and by different forces in the Russian Civil War.

In addition to the British-built Austins, a few dozens of vehicles were manufactured in Russia in 1918 to 1920. These are usually referred to as Austin-Putilov or if fitted with a Kégresse half track chassis  Austin-Kégresse.

 Austin-Kegresse AC

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 Pictures shown are for 15mm models

All models supplied unpainted, unbased and without crew (figures)

3D printed to order

Butlers Printed Models

12mm Austin-Putilov AC from Butlers Printed Models

One Russian Austin-Putilov armoured car. Available in 6mm (1/285), 12mm (1/144), 15mm (1/100), 20mm (1/76) and 28mm (1/56).

The Austin Armoured Car was a British armoured car produced during the First World War. The vehicle is best known for its employment by the Imperial Russian Army in the First World War and by different forces in the Russian Civil War.

In addition to the British-built Austins, a few dozens of vehicles were manufactured in Russia in 1918 to 1920. These are usually referred to as Austin-Putilov or if fitted with a Kégresse half track chassis  Austin-Kégresse.

 Austin-Putilov AC

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Pictures shown are for 15mm models

All models supplied unpainted, unbased and without crew (figures)

3D printed to order

Butlers Printed Models

10 Jul 2020

12mm AEC AC from Butlers Printed Models

One British AEC armoured car. Available in 6mm (1/285), 12mm (1/144), 15mm (1/100), 20mm (1/76) and 28mm (1/56).

AEC Armoured Car is the name of a series of British heavy armoured cars built by the Associated Equipment Company (AEC) during World War II.

AEC of Southall, England was a manufacturer of truck and bus chassis and its Matador artillery tractor was used for towing medium field and heavy anti-aircraft guns. The armoured car based on the Matador chassis was developed initially as a private venture and shown to officials in 1941 at Horse Guards Parade in London, where it made a favourable impression on Winston Churchill and 629 vehicles were produced from 1942 to 1943.

AEC tried to build an armoured car with fire power and protection comparable to those of contemporary tanks. The first version carried a Valentine Mk II turret with a 2 pounder gun. Subsequent versions received a 6 pounder or a 75 mm gun. The vehicle also carried two machine guns, a smoke grenade discharger and a No. 19 radio set.

The Mk I was first used in combat in the North African Campaign late in 1942, where a few vehicles were reportedly fitted with a Crusader tank turret mounting a 6 pounder gun. The Mk II and Mk III took part in the fighting in Europe with British and British Indian Army units, often together with the Staghound.

The vehicle remained in service after the end of the war until replaced by the Alvis Saladin. The Lebanese Army used the car at least until 1976.
4 different variants are available:

Mk I - with a Valentine tank 2 pdr turret
Mk II - with a 6 pdr
Mk III - with 75mm gun
AA - with a Crusader AA turret

The AA version was only made as a prototype and didn't enter production.

 AEC AC

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Pictures shown are for 15mm models

All models supplied unpainted, unbased and without crew (figures)

3D printed to order

Butlers Printed Models

8 Jul 2020

BAe Jetstream J31/32 from Welsh Models

New release in 1:144th scale - SL494R - BAe Jetstream J31/32 in Highland Airways livery. A resin kit with metal props, engines and undercarriage.

BAe Jetstream J31/32

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Decals by Welsh. Full details and prices on the website. Kits are available now for purchase and shipping

Welsh Models

2S9 Nona from Butlers Printed Models

One Soviet 2S9 Nona-S (also known as Anona), airborne self-propelled 120 mm gun mortar. Available in 6mm (1/285), 12mm (1/144), 15mm (1/100), 20mm (1/76) and 28mm (1/56).

 2S9 Nona

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Pictures shown are for 15mm models

All models supplied unpainted, unbased and without crew (figures)

3D printed to order

Butlers Printed Models

7 Jul 2020

British Infantry Renders from Victrix Ltd

Here are some renders for the upcoming British Infantry. These are now being tooled, along with the German Infantry. The US Infantry are currently being sculpted.

Plenty more updates to come in the next few days. Keep your eyes peeled.

British Infantry Renders

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