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World War I Kits

WWI Kits

  • MAS 15 - Italian World War I Motor Torpedo Boat

    MAS 15 - Italian World War I Motor Torpedo Boat

    About MAS 15 - Italian World War I Motor Torpedo Boat Lightly armed and fast, the Italian-built MAS 15 was one of the first historical examples of a torpedo boat in action. The development of large battleships and cruisers also brought about...

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  • Fokker E.III Eindecker

    Fokker E.III Eindecker

    About Fokker E.III Eindecker: In the race for a better aircraft, Anthony Fokker set out to design a monoplane that had better top speed and maneuverability than any Allied aircraft. One of the principle problems was mounting a machine gun behind a...

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  • Nieuport 11 - WWI French Fighter Aircraft

    Nieuport 11 - WWI French Fighter Aircraft

    About Nieuport 11 - WWI French Fighter Aircraft: When the Great War began, several veteran commanders had little idea of how to use aircraft in combat. The obvious application was for reconnaissance, then another aircraft to counter the opposite forces...

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  • M1917 Model T Ambulance

    M1917 Model T Ambulance

    About the M1917 Model T Ambulance: Considered to be the first standardized ambulance to be used by American forces during the first World War, the Model T provided an effective way to transport casualties from the front. Transported by hand or horse...

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  • Knight Tourer - WWI German Staff Car

    Knight Tourer - WWI German Staff Car

    About the Knight Tourer - WWI German Staff Car: As automobiles replaced the horse and carriage as the main form of transportation, military commanders took to using staff cars for travel. Commanders often used customized, high-end vehicles for staff...

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  • Skoda Model 14/16 - Austro-Hungarian Field Artillery

    Skoda Model 14/16 - Austro-Hungarian Field Artillery

    About the Skoda Model 14/16 - Austro-Hungarian Field Artillery: Although it had a shorter range than other artillery pieces during the First World War, the Skoda Modell 14/16 could fire high-explosive shells and had no difficulty destroying enemy...

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  • Type J Lorry - With QF 13-Pounder AA Cannon

    Type J Lorry - With QF 13-Pounder AA Cannon

    About Type J Lorry - With QF 13-Pounder AA Cannon: Much like other new weapons seen during the Great War, the first anti-aircraft guns were crude in nature. Some of the first British AA weapons were 13-pound guns mounted in the bed of a Thornycraft...

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  • QF 13 Pounder - With Limber and Soldiers

    QF 13 Pounder - With Limber and Soldiers

    About the QF 13 Pounder - With Limber and Soldiers: Considered a light field gun, the 13 Pounder was highly mobile and could maintain a high rate of fire. Their mobility made them well-suited as a support weapon for cavalry divisions. During the first...

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  • Schneider C.A. - WWI French Assault Tank

    Schneider C.A. - WWI French Assault Tank

    About the Schneider C.A. - WWI French Assault Tank: In contrast with the sleek design and sophistication of modern tanks, tanks such as the Schneider C.A. (char d’assaut) may seem like something from another world. Early tank designs were simple...

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  • M1917 155mm GPF

    M1917 155mm GPF

    About the M1917 155mm GPF: One of the solutions to trench warfare was the development of long-range field guns. Among the many designs, the French developed the Canon de 155mm GPF (Grande Puissance Filloux) field gun. This dependable and effective...

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  • Fokker D.VII

    Fokker D.VII

    About the Fokker D.VII: Often regarded as the best fighter/scout aircraft of the First World War, the Fokker D.VII was known for its reliable BMW engine and Reinhold Platz design. Along with consistent mechanical performance, this design also...

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  • Mark A "Whippet" - WWI Medium Tank

    Mark A "Whippet" - WWI Medium Tank

    About the Mark A "Whippet" - WWI Medium Tank: Eight miles per hour may not sound fast, but the Medium Tank Mk A “Whippet” was the fastest tank on the field in 1917. Armed with three to four Hotchkiss machine guns and manned by a crew of...

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  • Great War Central Powers Crate

    Great War Central Powers Crate

    Great War Central Powers Trench Pack aka "Great War Central Powers Crate" comes with the following rations and supplies: BrickArms®: Hand-Injected Prototypes, MG08/15 Gun with Ammo Tab, Entrenching Hatchet, WWI Artillery Shell Brickmania...

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  • Great War Allies Crate with Vickers Machine Gun

    Great War Allies Crate with Vickers Machine Gun

    The ultimate camp-builder pack for WWI Allies is here! This pack comes with: Exclusive hand-injected "prototype" Vickers Machine Gun from BrickArms. Includes tripod and ammo belt. BrickArms Crate with period-authentic "Vickers/Lewis Gun"...

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  • Rolls-Royce Armored Car (Tan)

    Rolls-Royce Armored Car (Tan)

    About the Rolls-Royce Armored Car: The outbreak of the Great War (World War I) in Europe saw the use of new technologies on the battlefield – machine guns, barbed wire, and aircraft. Among these new technologies was the Rolls Royce Armored Car...

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  • M1897 Field Gun

    M1897 Field Gun

    As World War I raged in Europe, the US Army found itself in need of a modern artillery piece should America decide to become involved. The French 75mm Modele 1897 was the best candidate and is widely considered by historians to be the first modern cannon...

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  • 7.7cm Feldkanone 96 NA

    7.7cm Feldkanone 96 NA

    7.7cm Feldkanone 96 neuer Art was an updated version of the original FK 96, the standard field gun adapted by the German Army in 1896. This gun was deployed by the German Army during the First World War and would continue to see action after the war in...

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  • Ordnance QF 18 Pounder Field Gun

    Ordnance QF 18 Pounder Field Gun

    The Ordnance Quick Firing 18 Pounder (weight refers to the weight of the shell) was developed as a rapid-firing artillery piece for use by British and Dominion armies. During World War One, the 18 pounder was the standard field gun on all fronts and was...

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  • Mle 1897 75mm Field Gun

    Mle 1897 75mm Field Gun

    The French 75mm Field Gun ("Matériel de 75mm Mle 1897") is considered to be the first modern artillery piece. Adopted by the French Army in 1897, it was the first gun to be equipped with a hydro-pneumatic recoil system. This system allowed crews...

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