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Friday, 27 April 2018

QUICK INDEX TO ITEMS ON BLOG

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WW 2 Late war British (Northern Europe theater) 28mm
Infantry Platoon
Infantry section in foxholes
17 pounder Anti tank gun
6 pounder anti tank gun
Vickers machine gun
Engineer Teams Part 1
Engineer Teams Part 2
Sniper
2" mortar team
PIAT
Medic
Adjutant
Forward Observer
Sherman tank part 1
Sherman tank part 2
Stuart M5A1tank
Jeep
Churchill tank
Churchill ARVE tank
Churchill crocodile flamethrower tank 
Cromwell tank 
Cromwell Centaur tank 
Universal Carrier
Half track



WW 2 Late war Germans (Northern Europe theater) 28mm
Infantry Platoon
Panzerfaust
Medic
Forward Observer
Adjutant
Sniper
Staff car: Citroen Traction Avant 11CV
Sdkfz 222 armoured car
MG 42 + crew
Panzershreck team
IeIG 18 Infantry Gun
Late war German vehicle Painting guide and German armoured arsenal 
Pak 40 anti tank gun
German Section in foxholes







WW 2 Late war Australians : (Pacific theater) 28mm
Matilda Tank
Sniper, Flame thrower, 2" mortar team, Anti tank rifle, FO, medic.
2 pounder Anti tank gun 
Vickers Machine gun manned by Australians.
Papuan Infantry 
Late war Australian Platoon




BEF
Morris CS9 light armoured car.
A9 Cruiser tank 
Matilda II tank
Vickers Mk IVc light tank
Guy armoured car
2 pounder anti tank gun, ATR, 2"mortar, Medic, FO, Ranking Leader, Vickers MMG, entrenched troops
Bren Carrier conversion 
BEF Platoon 

Painting  Tutorials:
Late war British vehicles
Late war British Infantry
Late war German Armoured vehicles 



Modeling Tips:
#1 Modelling a magnetic holder/ Citadel wash Pod holder 
#2 Modelling a tank commander/ ropes and chains on vehicles/ Antennas/ grit and dirt on vehicles.
TRANSPORT and STORAGE CASE FOR MINIATURES



Terrain:
Static Grass Applicator
MDF buildings Northern Europe part 1
MDF buildings Northern Europe  part 2
MDF buildings Northern Europe part 3
MDF building part 4
MDF Radar Station part 1
MDF Radar Station part 2
Wire fences
Dirt road
Ashphat road
cobblestone road
Low stone walls
High stone walls
River
Streams
Pond
Pig pen
Minefields and exploded mine craters
Barbed wire
Czcheh Hedge Hogs
Scatter terrain #1 Tractor and Trailer
Scatter terrain #2 Wagons and carts
Scatter terrain # 3 Statues and Monuments
Jungle Terrain mat
Trees
Water Tower
Hedges and Gates.
German Sentry box with gate 
Concrete Bunker 
Tobruk
Flak emplacement 
Trench system
Scratch built MDF Box Girder Bridge 
Scratch built MDF Signal Box 


Chain of Command gaming aids:
Patrol Markers
British Jump off Points
Shock,Pinned and Broken Markers part 1
Tracker MK1
Tracker MK 2
Tracker Mk 3
Final Tracker 
Tracker in production
Smoke Grenade, 2"mortar smoke,Barrage smoke markers
German Jump off points 




Chain of Command gaming  Events:
MOAB 2017
CANCON 2018
MOAB 2019



After Action Reports:
Saving the Honorable "Tootles" Ash rescue scenario 





I ain't been shot mum gaming aids:
Blinds
Card Deck start
Card Deck finished




French-Indian wars 28mm
Colonial settlers
Armed Colonial settlers


File Downloads:
Quick reference chart for using Chain of Command Dice
Patrol Markers for CoC
I ain't been shot mum Blinds
I ain't been shot mum Card Deck, British and German




6 comments:

  1. Thanks John - very useful indeed.

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    1. Yes is it for me too, thanks Carlo
      cheers JOhn

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  2. This is great and probably something I should do!

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    1. Yes its very useful ,got the idea from Matt from the "Wargames Table"
      cheers John

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  3. Hey John, I'm glad to have helped in a small way. I thoroughly enjoy your articles so keep 'em coming!
    Cheers
    Matt

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    1. Thanks Matt, for helping me with the index, its a very good idea.
      cheers John

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