Stormraven Gunship

£51.61

This incredible Stormraven Gunship is an armoured versatile craft to be played in games of Warhammer 40k! Including the Stormraven Gunship, Flying Stem and Large Oval Base.

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Description

This multi-part Stormraven Gunship plastic kit contains 116 components and provides every option available. Get creative and decide between the heavy bolters, assault cannons, plasma cannons, bloodstrike missiles and a modified magna-grapple to make your minaiture completely unique. The kit also contains full interior detail which can also be painted as well as a clear plastic cockpit window so you can see the pilot.

Warhammer 40k is the most popular tabletop wargame ever made. Join the hobby of endless battles between humanity, the forces of chaos and the countless hostile alien creatures that threaten the Warhammer universe. This tabletop miniatures game can be played out on any flat surface using Games Workshop’s official plastic miniatures, dice and a tape measure. The official models all come supplied on plastic sprues which require assembly with glue, although some may also be push fit. These figures are supplied unpainted, however painting the miniatures is a huge part of the hobby and much easier than you think and also a lot of fun!

We highly recommend using the Citadel Colour System to paint your Gunship. Decide on your preferred painting method and discover the wide range of vibrant Citadel paints which have all been designed specifically for Warhammer painting. Once primed and ready, introduce your completely unique miniature to the great battles of Warhammer 40k!

Stormraven Gunship Components

Find the full list of components below:

  • Stormraven Gunship
  • Flying Stem
  • Large Oval Base

Additional information

Weight 0.661 kg
Supplier Code

99120101088

Pack Size

1

Stock Location

SF

Supplier

Games Workshop

Brand

Warhammer 40k

WH Type

models

WH Faction

Space Marines

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