12mm Support Vehicles Join Victrix’s World War II Collection

April 12, 2022 by brennon

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Victrix has really packed out their 12mm World War II range over the last year or so. The latest set of releases covers both the Allies and the Axis with some support vehicles that will aid both infantry and tanks.

12mm M7 Priest Kit - Victrix

12mm M7 Priest Kit // Victrix

The first of the sets covers the M7 Priest for those playing as the Americans. The official name for this particular vehicle was the 105mm Self-Propelled Gun but the British Army called it the Priest because of the pulpit-like structure build up around the machine gun ring. The set comes with six miniatures that should be nice and easy to assemble!

As well as the M7 Priest, we also got the Sexton added to their collection.

12mm Sexton Kit - Victrix

12mm Sexton Kit // Victrix

Based on an American tank hull design and built by the Canadians for the British Army, this is quite the collaborative project for the Allies. You would have found this fighting alongside pretty much all of the Commonwealth forces during World War II and might even have been drafted in to aid other Allied countries as well. Another great gun for holding the line.

Moving on to the Axis, we also have the Puma!

12mm Puma Kit - Victrix

12mm Puma Kit // Victrix

The Sd.Kfz. 234 (Sonderkraftfahrzeug 234, Special Purpose Vehicle 234 - what a title) is one of those iconic options for German players who are diving into World War II wargaming. They were mostly manned by veteran crews and could be found fighting throughout most of the theatres in World War II. They served during the fighting off the beaches in Normandy and even in Russia. They were often used as fast tank hunters, able to outmanoeuvre their sluggish opponents.

Could you be tempted to snap up some of these 12mm kits for use in your own games? There is a lot to choose from when it comes to the Victrix range now.

Which set is your favourite?

"Could you be tempted to snap up some of these 12mm kits for use in your own games?"

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