St George’s Day Offer

Posted by Steve Kershaw on April 17, 2016  /   no comment

In celebration of St George’s Day, Last Man Last Bullet is offering 10% off all orders of £10 or over, up to 23rd April 2016. Simply enter coupon code 230416 at the checkout.

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Cavalier 2016

Posted by admin on February 07, 2016  /   no comment

Last Man Last Bullet’s first show this year will be a Cavalier on 28/02/16 at The Angel Centre, Angel Lane, Tonbridge, TN9 1SF. Available at the show, will be painted versions of the current range of models, including the 6mm gun pit shown in the picture. The picture includes an ‘Irregular Miniatures’ PaK 43/41, not […]

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Facebook Updates

Posted by admin on September 05, 2015  /   no comment

I’m pleased to announce that Last Man Last Bullet is now releasing weekly Facebook updates. The updates will include; Information on New releases, Information on models in development, Show dates and Articles on defences, fortifications and historical events.

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Pillboxes

Posted by admin on January 05, 2014  /   no comment

Concrete Pillboxes were first built by the Germans in WWI and quickly copied by the Allies. The Pillbox models include some of the standard designs which were built by the British in WWII. This includes the impressive Type 28a Gun Emplacement. Pillboxes which are typically built into defensive lines but have always been susceptible to […]

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Cloches & Cupolas

Posted by admin on January 05, 2014  /   no comment

Cloches and Cupolas were built into fortifications, such as the Maginot Line and Eben Emael, by European counties after WWI. The Cloche and Cupola models are typical of these defences. MG cloches were also built into sections of the D-Day Atlantic Wall. Cloche (which is French for ‘bell’) was the the name adopted for armoured […]

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Anti Tank Obstacles

Posted by admin on January 05, 2014  /   no comment

Antitank obstacles became prominent during WWII and were often combined with natural defences such as rivers and embankments to  slow down the advance of tanks. This would allow the defenders time to, bring up re-enforcements,   strengthen the defences and call for fire support on the attacking tanks. Cubes were typically constructed in rows 1 obstacle deep, […]

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Gabions

Posted by admin on December 30, 2013  /   no comment

Gabions were used by armies as an improvised defence, from the birth of gun powder through to the Zulu wars. The Gabion models include gabions suitable for building everything from a hastily erected gun emplacement to a Redoubt. At the birth of gunpowder, the weaving of coppice was an established technology/skill. As such it was only natural to […]

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