The TAG World War Two range, is like most others on our 28mm miniatures range, a little different to most other war-games ranges. It covers in depth the conflicts of the Far-eastern theater, the US Marines who were to become famous for the "Island hopping" invasions as well as their stubborn opponents, the Japanese Imperial Army.
We also have the worlds only range of British for the Burma conflict, including the hardy Chindits, the indomitable Gurkhas and the British 14th Army, known as the "Forgotten 14th" they fought long and hard to overcome one of WWII most resilient armies with the left overs from other more well-known campaigns.
TAG Ultra-Modern range is the worlds largest ranger of present day and near-future warriors. Comprising nearly 500 different miniatures (120 packs), they cover war-zones as disparate as the African Banana Republics, and US special forces to plucky Brits and fanatical Afghans.
The Renaissance, a huge a varied period covering the period between 1495 and 1650, offers to the gamer or collector, many interesting and colourful troop types to fill out there war-games armies. Covering everything from the New World Aztecs and Tlaxcalans, through their Spanish adversaries, into the Great Italian war and on into the apocalyptic thirty Years war. TAG exhaustive range also includes the Armies of Eastern Europe and beyond.
Our Medieval Asian range covers a huge period of Asian history, right from the Sui and Tang Dynasties in the 6th and 7th Centuries, right through to the Sung and Yuan (Mongol) Dynasties of the 13th -15th Centuries. Covering the forces of the Tang, Sui and Song Chinese as well as their enemies the Mongols and Japanese Samurai.
Up Country, TAG's highly successful Vietnam range of miniatures cover all that you will need to re-fight the battles of this South-East Asian war. The Conflict itself ran from the late 50's through to the mid 70's, but our range covers the main period of action which involved the USA and Australian against the local forces of the North Vietnamese Army (NVA) and the so-called Vietcong (VC's).