Baccus specialises in the design and production of wargames figures and accessories in the 6mm scale. Although it is often overlooked by the dominance of the 15 and 28mm scales, the smaller figures offer huge advantages in terms of flexibility, prices and ease of painting. It often comes as a pleasant surprise to our new customers that they find 6mm figures easier and quicker to paint than their coarser-scale brethren.

1st Feb 2016 :: World War 2 and Vapnartak

Nope, I'm not saying that all hell is going to break loose at a wargames show in York this coming weekend, it's just that..just read the rest of this and it will all make sense...

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12th Jan 2016 :: New Release - Great War Spearhead rules

Yes, it's a 20thC release - No, it's not the World War 2 stuff quite yet...

I am very pleased to be able to offer hard copy versions of Shawn Taylor's excellent GWSH2 rules.


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29th Dec 2015 :: Out with old year and in with the NEW


Once again it’s down to me me to dust off the passing year, have a look at what we did and what we didn’t do and try and do some futureology and look at at what may or may not happen in the coming twelve months.

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Lucky Sixes by Fenton
10th Feb 2016

Great War British mortar confusion by peter
9th Feb 2016

A surprise by Milwr Bychan
8th Feb 2016

WWII release. by peter
8th Feb 2016

Greeks by Gunnar
7th Feb 2016


Hammerhead (Newark Showground)
5th Mar 2016

WMMS (Aldersley Leisure Village)
13th Mar 2016

Sheffield Triples (English Institute of Sport, Sheffield)
19th Mar 2016-20th Mar 2016

Salute (Excel Centre, London)
16th Apr 2016

Partizan (Kelham Hall, Newark)
22nd May 2016


WWA02 - American infantry firingWWA02
American infantry firing

WWA01 - American infantry advancingWWA01
American infantry advancing

 WWG02 - German infantry firing WWG02
German infantry firing

WWG01 - German infantry advancingWWG01
German infantry advancing

WWB02 - British infantry firingWWB02
British infantry firing