COLD WAR 84

British Army of the Rhine

TimeCast Historic Buildings in Miniature




British Army of the Rhine
This range covers the troops and equipment of the British Army of the Rhine (BAOR) during the mid-1980's, which saw the transition from the weapons and equipment of the 1960's and 70's to the modern weapons, vehicles and technology which would soon dominate the modern battlefield.

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Cold War 84 copyright TimeCast 2016

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British Infantry
British Infantry and Heavy Weapons
The figures are sculpted with 58 pattern webbing, scrimmed (camouflaged) Mk IV steel helmets and are armed with Self Loading Rifles (SLRs), SMGs and GPMG. The range includes officers/ncos, radio operators, heavy weapon crews and FO/MFCs.

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Code
Description Price Order
BR1
British Infantry Command
Officers, NCOs and Radio Operators (8 models)
1.30
 
BR2
Infantry with SLR
Advancing, kneeling and prone poses (8 models)
1.30
 
BR3
2" Mortar Teams
(4 teams - 8 models)
1.30
 
BR4
GPMG Teams
GPMG team firing prone (4 teams - 8 models)
1.30
 
BR5
84mm MAW Teams
84mm Carl Gustav MAW team firing (4 crews - 8 models)
1.30
 
BR6
Milan ATGM Teams
Milan ATGM missile launcher and gunner, with assistant gunner and spare missiles.
Firing from prone position. (4 teams - 8 models)
1.30
 
BR7
Blowpipe Missile Teams
Blowpipe missile launcher and gunner, with assistant gunner and spare missile tube.
 (4 crews - 8 models)
1.30
 
BR8
Infantryman firing 66mm LAW
Infantry soldier firing 66mm LAW from kneeling position (8 models)
1.30
 
BR9
81mm Mortar and crew
2 mortars and 6 crew plus 2 man FO/MFC team (10 models)
1.50
 
BR10
GPMG SF Role (tripod)

(4 teams - 8 models)
1.30
 
BR11 Casualty Marker
Casualty figure (8 models)
1.30
 
BR12Sappers and Engineers. Mine detector and sappers preparing demolition chargesComing soon!
BR13120mm Wombat Recoiless Rifle and crew.Coming soon!
British Vehicles and Equipment
Staring with the iconic Chieftain MBT this range will cover the front line vehicles used by the British Army in 1984
Code
Description Price Order
Chieftain Mk 5/8 MBT
Chieftain Mk 5/8 MBT
The Chieftain was the standard British MBT until the introduction of the Challenger 1. Characterised by its powerful 120mm gun, heavy and well designed armour, and accompanied by clouds of white exhaust smoke from the tempermental British Leyland L60 engine, the Chieftain became the iconic symbol of the Cold War British Army. Model comprises 5 parts and some assembly is required.
Coming soon!
FV432 APC
FV432 APC
The FV432 was the standard tracked APC of the British Army during the 70s and 80s. It served in a number of variants. This version is the basic infantry carrier, which could carry an infantry section and its equipment.
Coming soon!
FV432 APC GPMG Turret
Many of the standard FV432s were fitted with a GPMG turret (designed by Peake Engineering). In the mechanised companies up to half of the FV432s could be fitted with the GPMG turrets. The Company HQ vehicles were also often fitted with the turrets.
Coming soon!
FV432
Mortar Carrier
FV432 Mortar Carrier
The FV432 was converted to carry the standard infantry 81mm mortar and was used to equip the mortar platoons of the Mechanised Battalions. The vehicle had a crew of 6 men and carried 160 rounds of 81mm ammuntion.  Model comprises 2 parts and some assembly is required.
Coming soon!
FV438
Swingfire
ATGM
FV438 Swingfire ATGM
The FV438 was an FV432 converted to mount a sight unit and launcher for the Swingfire heavy anti-tank guided missile. The launcher had two firing bins and 14 missiles could be carried insdie the vehicle. A seperate control system could also be dismounted from the vehicle and deployed up to 100 metres away, allowing the missiles to be fired while the vehicle itself remained hidden from the enemy. Model comprises 2 parts and some assembly is required.
Coming soon!
FV432
Artillery OP
FV432 Royal Artillery Observation Post 
The FV432 was used extensively by the Royal Artillery. The  OP vehicle was fitted with a number of specialised instruments, including a Head Angulation Sighting Equipment (HASE), Laser Rangefinder (LRF) and  a Night Observation Device (NOD), all of which was in addition to the usual radio and communications equipment. Model comprises 2 parts and some assembly is required.
Coming soon!

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