28mm World War II Horse-drawn Limber

Horse-drawn transportation was the real 'workhorse' of the German army in WW2. Each German infantry division utilised thousands of horses throughout the War. Despite devastating losses to casualties and disease, Germany managed to maintain a ready force of work and saddle horses until the end of the war.

Commissioned by local Bolt Action player Bill Bacster, this piece has been sculpted by Alan Marsh, Kosta Heristanidis and Luc. Painted by our good friends at Painting Panzers we can recommend their latest video on how to paint German Field Grey https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-lhQdeVQZQ

It shows what Kristian at Painting Panzers has done with this delightful model, which will be on display at the Eureka shop soon.

100WWT032 German Limber, six horses, five crew figures and limber

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