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WW1 British Complete Tooling!

WW1 British Complete Tooling!

The next set in our Great War range is almost with us: British Infantry! We've just taken a couple quick and dirty photos of the sprue to give you an idea of what's in the set. Once painting, photography, and box design are done we'll have them up for pre-order for an expected January release! 

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Dan - April 7, 2023

Did these ever get released? Its been a while since the expected January release

Mark White - March 16, 2023

These look really useful as I am planning a British in Palestine army. How about doing something really radical that no one else appears to have done and give us some WW1 British Cavalry with the Wolseley helmet on the sprue. Not found any manufacturer offering British cavalry for Egypt/Palestine (they seem to think only the Australian Light Horse served there!).

Mark White - March 16, 2023

These look really useful as I am planning a British in Palestine army. How about doing something really radical that no one else appears to have done and give us some WW1 British Cavalry with the Wolseley helmet on the sprue. Not found any manufacturer offering British cavalry for Egypt/Palestine (they seem to think only the Australian Light Horse served there!).

Alistair James - March 9, 2023

Any news on when the great war British will be released. Original I believe it was going to be January but its gone very quiet and now its march?

Riccardo - January 17, 2023

Buongiorno quando usciranno gli inglesi della prima guerra mondiale. Grazie

Jeff Chapman - December 29, 2022

Too few figures; too much equipment. Poses too similar; no prone figure. Perry Miniatures create up to FIFTEEN individualised soldiers per set (see their WW2 American Infantry, for example). That’s why they’ve just been voted top supplier in the world. I like what Wargames Atlantic are trying to do but please be more thoughtful and expansive.

Laurence - December 16, 2022

Absolutely d e s p e r a t e for these

Les - December 10, 2022

Bloody good!

However, I hope that the WW1 Russians are coming soon as well! Any news about them?

Brendan Morrissey - December 2, 2022

Why no “cups” for the rifle grenadiers? With 8 rifles for just five figures, I would have thought one or two could have been “converted”? There do seem to be a lot of obvious mistakes and omissions from this set, which is a shame as it had the potential to sweep the WW1 market.

Allan Lougheed - November 24, 2022

@Doshu Tokeshi,
Hats off to you brother, that’s a good catch and as a student of WWI history myself I always enjoy meeting a like-minded person.
I wondered if it was the Canadian 1899 Oliver webbing but no, that’s not it either. I saw some 1916 Mills Cavalry webbing that had a clip in the back but it was also worn crossed.
With the knapsack on the back this won’t be visible and I plan on getting lots of these kits.
For historical interest though, I also wonder what the source was on this. I’m not being cheeky here, it’s possible you have found something historically interesting which would be fantastic.

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