Monday, 26 August 2013

Sandbag Redoubt and Circular Sandbag Barricades re-released

To go with the re-release of my other barricades, I'm now able to offer my previous products with an improved quality. As with my other items, new moulds have been made with degassed silicone, with an improved resin and casting technique.

28mm Sandbag/ Mealie Bag Redoubt

It comes as a four piece kit, two 'U' shaped sandbag sections and two 'U' shaped firing steps.

Circular Sandbag Barricades

Set of three unpainted circular lengths, with surface texture and stitching.

Sandbag Piles and Crate Barricades

A  set of four sandbag piles with surface texture and stitching.

Cast Sandbag sections


A new item made with dioramas and terrain builders in mind, i've produced this set of cast sandbag sections. Different lengths combine to make a total length of 760mm (30") sandbags.

They are available on my Terrain for sale page, please contact me if you are interested


  1. Great to see such great work once again!

    Look forward to buying.


    Elysium Wargames Society

  2. Thanks for the Sandbag Redoubt, it's a superb terrain piece. I'm very impressed by the quality of the casting.

    For anyone considering the redoubt and wondering about the dimensions, the overall footprint is 15cmx16cm. The sandbag wall is 30mm tall whilst the boxes forming the firing step are 10mm tall. Unbased Foundry, Perry and Empress firing miniatures will all easily clear the parapet wall with their rifles. Empress figures in loading or 'on guard' poses can also present their rifles over the parapet if mounted on 2mm thick bases (minimum).

    If I measured correctly, the interior dimension of the wall is approx 13cmx13cm allowing 18 28mm figures on 20mm circular bases to man the firing step. The remaining ground space is 70mmx80mm, which is enough for a single Rendera bell tent plus flagpole/stores. Though the fact the redoubt comes in two halves allow you to extend the ground space if necessary.


    1. Thanks for the feedback guys. If you have any suggestions for new pieces that would fit nicely into my products please feel free to drop me an email. Cheers Chris