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ZSU M17 AA Platoon (Plastic) (SBX78)
IL-2 Shturmovik Assault Company (SBX77)
Heavy Tank-Killer Company (Plastic) (SBX71)
Light Tank-Killer Company (Plastic) (SBX70)
SU-76 Light SP Battery (SBX65)
Valentine Tank Company (Plastic) (SBX69)
Katyusha Guards Rocket Platoon (Plastic) (SBX74)
KV Tank Company (Plastic) (SBX73)
BA-64 Armoured Car Platoon (Plastic) (SBX76)
Heavy Artillery Battery (Plastic) (SBX75)
SU Tank-killer Battery (Plastic) (SBX64)
ISU Heavy SP Battery (Plastic) (SBX63)
T-34 Tank Company (Plastic) (SBX66)
IS-2 Guards Heavy Tank Company (Plastic) (SBX62)
T-34 Tank Battalion (SUAB12)
Soviet Starter Force - Heavy Assault Group (Plastic) (SUAB13)
T-70 Tank Company (Plastic) (SBX68)
M3 Scout Transports (SU206)
100mm Heavy Tank-Killer Company (SU521)
82mm And 120mm Mortar Company (Plastic) (SU781)
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FI722 Jääkäri SMG Platoon (Winter)
Jääkäri SMG Platoon (Winter) (FI722)
Jääkäri SMG Platoon (Winter)
includes two Command Rifle teams, four Jääkäri Squads each with two SMG teams, two Small three-hole bases & eight four-hole bases.
The Suomi (or Finland in English) was a submachine-gun developed during the 1920s – 1930s by the Finnish weapons designer Aimo Lachti. The first prototype was built in 1922 and by 1926 Lachti had perfected his creation which was later adapted by the Finnish Army in 1931 under the designation of Suomi-KP Model 1931 or simply KP-31 (KP short for
; Finnish for automatic pistol).
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Rising Sun brings you into the Soviet Union’s wars with the Japanese and Finns on its borders in 1939. Take command of the Red Army’s tank forces, infantry or cavalry forces as you throw the Japanese back into Manchuria or fight the stubborn Finns to expand the Soviet border.
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The KP-31 was used to great effect during the
(30 November 1939 – 13 March 1940) against the forces of the Soviet Union and established the role of the submachine-gun in modern warfare. Its influence was such that when a 71-round drum was developed for the KP-31, the Soviets were inspired to do the same with the PPSh-41. While production of the KP-31 ended in 1944, the weapons remained in service into the 1990s.
Designed by James Brown
Painted by James Brown
The Extra Command Team
The Jääkäri Squads
The SMG Team in Flames Of War
Full ROF when moving.
Each Finnish division has a light detachment which includes a
or Light Infantry) Battalion of three companies. These companies are more lightly equipped than normal infantry companies and have three platoons per company instead of the usual four platoons. They also have more transport and are more nimble than infantry companies.
Their tactics emphasise speed and mobility, utilising skis during the Winter War to swiftly move through the forests. These highly motivated and skilled fighters are men from rural areas and have excellent fieldcraft skills.
Jääkäri SMG Platoon (Winter) On The Move
Painting Finnish Infantry
James demonstrates how to paint Battlefront's new Winter War Finnish infantry, including an effective method for painting white, and how to do snow basing.
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Thursday, October 10, 2013
by Blake at Battlefront
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