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  • 2014 Lend-Lease Raffle - Two - Battle of Britain

    It's only fitting that with our Lend-Lease member coming from Germany, that we showcase the Battle of Britain in one of the raffles. If you prefer to fly for the Brits in these missions, just hop in any of the four fighters below to defend the home land:

    Bader


    Wright


    Falkowski


    Vybiral



    Now, for those of you that prefer to make the long flight across the Channel before engaging the enemy with limited fuel supplies, we have these German fighters for you to fly....


    Pankratz


    Molders


    Balthasa


    Schupp



    And since no BoB campaign would be complete with out bombing missions, we also have these for your flying pleasure...

    Stuka



    Stab.KG53



    All 10, that's right 10, of these miniatures are brand new. For those of you that spotted the original Deluxe Set 109 and Spitfire minis in those pictures, they are new as well with sealed decks (donated to the cause by Sven personally!). So, unless Ares offers these two planes in the future as part of a WGS Duel Pack (and I've not heard anything on that as of yet), this might be one of the few chances you have to acquire these rare minis!

    Total retail value of this raffle (if you could actually buy these planes at retail!) is $125.00
    Each ticket costs $5.00 and you can buy as many tickets as you like.
    Raffle will end on: 31 March 2014

    Funds are being raised to bringing Marechallannes over for Origins 2014 as this years Lend-Lease member.


    This raffle has finished.
  • Recent Posts

    Dan-Sam

    De Havilland Museum and the RAF museum Hendon, London

    Well, I have also a very long list of WWII aicrafts that I want to have in my collection one day. And a little shorter list of aircrafts that I do not

    Dan-Sam Today, 12:21 Go to last post
    TalkMonkey

    Anyone know of a place to buy minis?!?

    Thank you for so many great ideas! I had also considered attempting to "build" my own but with my paltry crafting skills, figured I would be

    TalkMonkey Today, 11:36 Go to last post
    Skafloc

    Figures In Comfort.

    Website still hasn't been reactivated. There's time yet. I'll keep watching as I'm desparate for trays.

    Skafloc Today, 11:21 Go to last post
    Skafloc

    Anyone know of a place to buy minis?!?

    or copy the idea from this site:

    https://sirrob01.com/category/papercraft/mine/

    The bombers look really good.

    Skafloc Today, 11:17 Go to last post
    Shadowcat

    Sopwith Pup

    There are times I almost think it would be better for generic card decks for early/mid/late war with 3 of each option (sharp turns, straight, stalls,

    Shadowcat Today, 11:14 Go to last post
    Skafloc

    Anyone know of a place to buy minis?!?

    Short of that if your playing solo or in a small group why not just use the card?

    I'm sure it's downloadable somewhere.

    Or if

    Skafloc Today, 11:13 Go to last post
    Skafloc

    Anyone know of a place to buy minis?!?

    Any groups near you who play that you could use their gothas in games?

    Skafloc Today, 11:03 Go to last post
    Flying Helmut

    Super mats or dioramas of our dreams?

    Churchill's overriding priority was to protect the Empire, particularly the sea route to India.
    Thus the high priority given to the Mediterranean.

    Flying Helmut Today, 10:56 Go to last post
    Flying Helmut

    Sopwith Pup

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    Flying Helmut Today, 10:51 Go to last post
    TalkMonkey

    Anyone know of a place to buy minis?!?

    Looks like I can get a few more Capronis but the Gothas are all out

    TalkMonkey Today, 10:40 Go to last post
    Jager

    De Havilland Museum and the RAF museum Hendon, London

    Well, it was to balance off the P-38, two engines vs two engines. Still a decision of questionable logic.
    Karl

    Jager Today, 10:38 Go to last post
    Nightbomber

    De Havilland Museum and the RAF museum Hendon, London

    Yes! And I can list at least 3-4 most popular German planes that we've been missing since ARES took over the NEXUS line! 410 is at the very bottom of

    Nightbomber Today, 10:36 Go to last post
    Jager

    Sopwith Pup

    Dang, right you are; old brains and memory functions
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    Hmm, might have to look at power to weight

    Jager Today, 10:32 Go to last post
    Jager

    Super mats or dioramas of our dreams?

    He did seem to have this obsession with the Med as the way to get to the heart of the enemy. Didn't he look at a topo map? Turkey, Greece, Italy.....MOUNTAINS!

    Jager Today, 10:26 Go to last post
    brdavis

    Sopwith Pup

    The Siemens-Shuckert D.III (deck O) also has two 90s in each direction, IIRC.

    brdavis Today, 10:23 Go to last post
    Jager

    La Guerre des As

    [QUOTE=csadn;459442]

    Jager Today, 10:17 Go to last post
    Jager

    Sopwith Pup

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    Jager Today, 10:14 Go to last post
    brdavis

    Anyone know of a place to buy minis?!?

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    brdavis Today, 10:05 Go to last post
    Jager

    I Think I've Found The Perfect Beer For This Place...

    Jager Today, 09:48 Go to last post
    Jager

    Censorship and Propoganda

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    Jager Today, 09:45 Go to last post
    Jager

    Lancaster!

    Nice pic. Thanks Barry.
    Karl

    Jager Today, 09:39 Go to last post
    tikkifriend

    Figures In Comfort.

    Good for him at least he is still alive and trading.

    tikkifriend Today, 09:39 Go to last post
    Teaticket

    2017 Fort Devens 21st October

    Fort Devens game day is almost here! Saturday 10-3. For the morning sessions I'll have a Zeppelin Staaken returning from a mission over Paris, afternoon

    Teaticket Today, 09:31 Go to last post
    clipper1801

    Anyone know of a place to buy minis?!?

    Hey Nick, PM me with a list of wanted birds, I have a large collection of extras as do may of the old timers on the site. The "for sale or trade"

    clipper1801 Today, 09:30 Go to last post
    Dan-Sam

    De Havilland Museum and the RAF museum Hendon, London

    The reason is balance or "bring at least one German per serie" I guess. Maybe we'll be surprised, who knows?

    Dan-Sam Today, 09:09 Go to last post
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