I have been pecking away at a number of projects some are very near to completion I just need a new can of dull coat and a day were the humidity is reasonable. Other projects are very much works in progress.
First up are the addition for my 4th Armored company. I like having recovery vehicles in my tank forces even if they don't do much recovery they can absorb one hit and this one even has a M2 AA-HMG so it can provide some limited fire support or extra AA defense. This one is nearing completion.
I also decided to get a Sherman-Dozer tank, I can use this for one of the tanks in my company or add it to a Combat-Engineer platoon for some extra fire power. I have always like the Combat-Engineer platoon and this just makes it even cooler (though expensive points wise).
The Germans have not been neglected.
I got this Sniper several month ago as an award at Adler Hobby and have recently finished him. He'll look great on an Urban table. This is the Konig figure a man of questionable historic authenticity but no less fun for that.
I have the other two mounted with French gunners but I have the ability to remover the guns as they are stick with magnets. You may remember theses guys.
That brings me to this piece a single PAK38 5CM gun that I got as part of the Free French Partisan box set.
Finally we have a pair of PAK40 75mm Guns. I mixed in Gebirgsjager Artillery men in with the regular gunners. These will provide a somewhat cheaper than 88s but effective AT option for my German Armies something I currently lacking.
Like I said these are works in progress some painting and a fair bit of basing is still required here. I also have some new French tanks for early war to do up.
Next I am going to take a bit of a break for WWII and work on some more houses and some 28mm Dismounted Dragoons (I can't believe I am under taking 28mm Napoleonics again I must be sick).
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