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Great War Launch Sale

Great War is Battlefront’s World War One Miniatures game that brings to life to the battlefields of 1918.

To celebrate the launch of Great War (in store 16 March) we have opened up our webstore so you can start placing your pre-orders now. To celebrate our return to this period of history we will also be having a Launch Sale. The sale will apply to everything in the store, with the exception of the Book, Army Deals and Unit Card Packs.

Whether you are looking to add some new units to your existing armies, or start a completely new one now is a great time to take advantage of the 25% Discount Launch Sale.

Click here to go the Great War webstore…

Click here to go the Great War website…

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1973 Yom Kippur War AAR

A While back Duncan from Breakthrough Assault wrote an article about revamping his Fate Of Four Gamers army around a Thunderbolt Company formation and this article is all about testing that list in the fires of combat.

In this game he goes up against Lee and his Magach 6 Tank Company.  Check out the full article to see how it all played out and the results and his final thoughts on this idea.

Breakthrough Assault – Yom Kippur War AAR…

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Fate Of A Nation Unboxing: Jordanian Centurion Squadron

This time the Beasts Of War team is looking at the Jordanian  Centurion Squadron. The Jordanians stand as a unique force in the Fate Of A Nation Forces as an Arab Nation supplied with British equipment. Check out what you get in this army deal as well as a little bit of the history of the Centurion and the Jordanians themselves.

Fate Of A Nation Unboxing: Jordanian Centurion Squadron…

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Unboxing Fate Of A Nation Egyptian T-62 Tank Battalion

John and Gerry get to look at the T-62 Tank Battalion that Battlefront Miniatures have brought to Fate of a Nation. The T-62 was used by the Syrians and Egyptians in an effort to counter Israeli 105mm armed Centurion and Magach tanks. In this video they look at the T-62 model in detail and some of the history of this tank as well as the contents of the box. Check it out in the link below

Unboxing Fate Of A Nation Egyptian T-62 Tank Battalion…

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Beasts Of War: Fate of a Nation Unboxing: Syrian T-54 Tank Battalion

John and Jerry from Beasts Of War take a look at the Syrian T-54 Tank Battalion Boxset. They and look at not just what is in the box but also some of the background of the T-54 as one of the worlds most produced tanks as well as how to get the most out of your tanks.

Fate of a Nation Unboxing: Syrian T-54 Tank Battalion…

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Fate Of Four Gamers: Month Three, October War

The Fate Of Four Gamers continues. This week saw the beginnings of the  home stretch for painting with Lee and his 96 points of armour with Magachs, Fez will be finishing up his infantry and transports and Duncan is putting finishing touches on his T-62s. Check out the full article below for more details

A Fate Of Four Gamers: Month Three, October War…

We also have a Battle Report from the Fate Of Four Gamers with the Isreali Defense Forces going head to head with the Egyptians with 100 points worth of kit. See how it went and who triumphed in the link below.

Party Like Its 1969 – Fate Of A Nation Battle Report…

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Assembling the ZSU-23-4 AA Company

Step 1. Begin assembly by adding the tracks. there are left/right indicators on the back of each track to ensure they are put on the correct way.

Step 1c. Left and right tracks attached.

Step 2. Next glue the radar dish onto the top of the turret. There are two small notches towards the rear that the radar mount will fit into.

Step 3. The cannon assembly comes in two pieces. There are three small bumps and corresponding divots to ensure the two halves are positioned correctly.

Step 3c. The cannon halves glued together correctly

Step 4. Glue the cannon mount into the front of the turret. You’ll notice there are small notches on one side of the guns. These should be facing down.

Step 5. Next place the turret into the body of your ZSU-23-4 Shilka and you’re done!

The Finished ZSU-23-4 AA Shilka