June 25, 2018
New out of the Brigade Models factory are a trio of support half-tracks for their 15mm Polish forces. The Wilk (Wolf) chassis carries either a pair of tri-barrel AA gatlings, a quad anti-tank missile system or a 12-barreled multiple rocket artillery system.
The Wilk is derived from the Suwalska half-track family, but with a flat-bed rear replacing the former’s passenger compartment. The turrets are of Soviet origin, bought in and retro-fitted with indigenous electronics and sensors.
The models can also see service in the Cecach Federal Army, a force from the Forlorn Hope novel and part of the Hammer’s Slammers universe.
SF300-1305 – Wilk AA Half Track – £8.00
SF300-1305a – Wilk with ATGW Launcher – £8.00
SF300-1305b – Wilk Rocket Launcher – £8.00
Oct 20, 2017
In the Brigade Models Small Scale (15mm) Scenery range, they have updated and re-released their sound mirror models, replacing the old ones with slightly tweaked new versions and adding two new types of smaller acoustic mirror. These now come six to a pack, two each of three designs.
And in the City Blocks series, they have added two new designs. The first is a set of four inner curves that can replace the existing corner pieces, or when used together will make up a circular plaza. And finally, two end terrace blocks which can be used to terminate a row of city blocks.
August 8, 2017
Khurasan are very pleased to release six new codes for their 15mm later 14th century range, the first sets of men-at-arms on foot, and more sets of infantry.
As most men-at-arms fought on foot in this period rather than mounted, these releases permit the gamer to build the basic components of armies of the period — either an English herce (longbows flanking men at arms) or the French men at arms formations with crossbows supporting at a distance. In addition to the men-at-arms (these first sets are in jupons), they also have pavisiers, crossbowmen, and armed peasants. (Please note these are the larger “15mm” figures pioneered by Testudo which are now the size offered by several manufacturers.)
July 17, 2017
Khurasan have neglected the 15mm Little Carinthia Eldritch Horror range too long, but help is on the way — the Papal Purgator Battalions have arrived.
These include conventional weapons to strip away the damned human followers of the dark powers — rifles as well as heavier weapons — but the real demon fighting power is provided by the Exorcists, wielding the Flame of the Sacred Heart. To use the Flame, those fearless souls have to approach the demon … eye to eye. The Purgators all wear the pointed hood of the penitent — this prevents demons from seeing their faces and thus stealing their souls.
July 7, 2017
Khurasan are very pleased to release our latest 15mm Soviet/Russian vehicle of the Cold War to Modern period, the BMP-1P.
After its trial by fire in the Yom Kippur War, the BMP-1 was found to have room for improvement, and one key issue was the mounting of the ATGM launcher above the main cannon. This was remedied on the BMP-1P, which has a pintle mounted ATGM launching tube. Thousands of these remain in service around the world today
June 15th, 2017
Khurasan are very happy to release the first codes in their 15mm Hundred Years War/Late Fourteenth Century range, two sets of English longbowmen.
One set is wearing aketons (or gambesons if you prefer) with the other set adding leg harness and chainmail hauberks. Each figurine is provided with its own separate arrow bunch stuck into the ground.
The core period of the range is 1350-1400, when bascinets reigned supreme. A bit into the period (there’s some disagreement as to exactly when) the extended visor called the hounskull was adopted, one of the most distinctive and menacing looks ever used by knights. Of course the range will focus on the Hundred Years War to start, and codes for knights in jupons and French infantry types are in production now as well, to be released soon. But other nations will be covered as well, and we are already making comprehensive lines of Spanish and Italians (these will be combined due to the close resemblance between many of their troop types). Look for foot knights and French infantry next, including crossbows, pavisiers and peasants.
June 1st, 2017
Available now from Baueda is their new 15mm Hellenistic Camp for FOG and DBA!
This is a scale model of a camp fortified using sharpened stakes in the Hellenistic manner, of the type also used by early Republican Roman armies on the march.
With a bit of literary license and considering the scale, it can be used also for all ancient armies based on the Hellenistic model, such as Greek, Macedonian, Syracusan, Pyrrhic, Carthaginians, Republican and earlier Romans, Italians and many others.
it‘s available in two formats: a 120x80mm using high embankments (perfect for DBMM, FOG, AdlG, etc.) and a 120x40mm one using much less substantial earthwork, suitable for DBA.
May 7th, 2017
The first of Brigade Models’ Salute releases have started to arrive on their website for general sale.
In the past week they’ve added new Yenpalo infantry figures and the imposing new Xarledi grav tank in both 6mm and 15mm scales.
The 15mm Xarledi has a resin hull and turret with metal guns and details. It’s accompanied by two new packs of support weapons – railgun teams and automatic mortars.
The 6mm Xarledi is joined by a pack of Yenpalo infantry which are available for the first time in 6mm. They’ve been expertly scaled down by Martin Baker who sculpted the original 15mm versions. There is also a Yenpalo Combat Group pack with six tanks and 36 figures.
SF15-1101 – Xarledi Grav Tank – £9.00
SF15-1164 – Railgun Teams (x2) – £3.00
SF15-1165 – Mortar Teams (x2) – £3.00
SF300-1101 – Xarledi Grav Tank – £1.25
SF300-1170 – Yenpalo Infantry (x24) – £2.75
IC-1101 – Yenpalo Company Pack – £12.00