Infantry weapons teams are a key component of any Bolt Action army, providing as they do great tactical flexibility for your force. Anti-tank teams and flamethrower teams are among the most prevalent, presenting your opponent with multiple challenges to overcome.
The Panzerschreck was one of many man-portable anti-tank weapons developed to combat the increasingly thick armour of tanks. The Panzerschreck’s 88mm shaped-charge rocket could penetrate all but the heaviest Soviet tanks, and was increasingly available in the Hungarian Army as the war dragged on.
The Solothurn anti-tank rifle was a cross between a true anti-tank rifle and a light anti-tank gun. Featuring a light wheeled carriage and a magazine-feed, the Soloturn could achieve a rate of fire of up to 20 rounds per minute.
Flamethrowers – Flammenwerfer – were used through the war and were often employed against buildings or fortifications, they could even be deployed in an anti-tank role in desperate circumstances. Such weapons were used by most nations throughout the war, with the Hungarian Army being no exception.
Contains the following Warlord Resin Plus™ figures:
- 2-man Panzerschreck team
- 2-man Anti-tank Rifle team
- 2-man Flamethrower team