Battle Bocage Kit 8

War World Gaming
(No reviews yet)
Current Stock:
Adding to cart… The item has been added

This Battle Bocage Kit 8 by War World Gaming can add realism to your bocage layout and provide defensive cover for your army during battles. Designed and produced in our award-winning Design Studio from high quality resin (unpainted), these pieces can be combined with our other Battle Bocage products to expand your battleboard and come with a range of scenery materials.

The Battle Bocage range from War World Gaming represents the battles of the bocage in the Normandy region of Northern France during WW2. Symbolised by narrow lanes twisting through the countryside flanked by hedgerows tall enough to hide an entire squad of men just feet from enemy forces. The Bocage terrain pieces include a variety of hedgerow sections and junctions as well as a range of foliage and scenery materials to create an authentic Bocage terrain for your wargame battles. We also have a range of other Normandy bocage kits available.

Made from high quality resin (supplied unpainted)
Ideal for any 20mm – 28mm WW1 or WW2 wargame or diorama including Flames of War, City Fight, Crossfire, Bolt Action, Battlegroup

Kit Contains (L x W x H):
1 x Stone Bridge: 150 x 105 x 45 mm
2 x Short Wall Hedgerows: 82 x 30 x 20 mm
4 x Pillars: 14 x 14 x 24 mm
1 x Damaged Wall Hedgerow: 165 x 30 x 30
2 x Long Straight Hedgerows: 190 x 30 x 30 mm
1 x Short Straight Hedgerow: 80 x 30 x 25 mm
1 x Sandbag & Crate Defensive Position: 80 x 30 x 20 mm
2 x Farm Stone Walls: 130 x 7 x 20 mm
2 x Y-Junction Long Curved Hedgerows: 80 x 30 x 30 mm
1 x Y-Junction Short Curved Hedgerow: 50 x 30 x 30 mm
1 x Medium Bag of Dark Green Summer Clump Foliage
1 x Medium Bag of Mixed Flower Clump Foliage
1 x Medium Bag of Red Berry Clump Foliage
1 x Small Bag of Light Green Clump Foliage
1 x Small Bag of Olive-Green Clump Foliage
1 x Small Bag of Olive-Green Tree Foliage
1 x Small Bag of 2mm North European Static Grass

Disclaimer: Trees Not Included in this Kit. Resin material is hand-poured, so some modelling may be required.