Tommy’s War is a range of model figurines designed for the modeller to build and paint. The range represents the British and Empire army, navy and air force of World War One and I aim to offer a truly representative range that reflects the armed forces of the time.

It’s a small owner-operated business, serving a small number of enthusiasts interested in model figures for this period. The aim isn’t to become a large faceless organisation, but to serve the hobby with some good quality releases. My aim is to bring to market a range of quality model kits and figures that really show the evolution of the British military from a small but professional army of 1914 to the huge effective combined arms force of 1918.

The range has grown from humble beginnings in 2011 to a range of figures, artillery and associated accessories. The range has captured the imagination of modellers and the modelling press alike:

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The best way to enjoy Tommy’s War figures is to join the Collectors Club, not only does this give you more information, you’ll also receive a 20% discount on all your purchases and an exclusive figure annually. You can find out more here.

Thank you for visiting the Tommy’s War website and I look forward to bringing more releases to you.

2 Responses to “About”

  1. Christopher August 17, 2016 at 8:29 am Permalink

    Hi Darren,
    Have bought items from you previously when you were trading as Firefly Models, & was always very pleased with your service.
    I have followed the development of the Tommy’s War range for a while now, & have finally decided to dip a toe in & purchase my first 2 figures – I’m sure I won’t be disappointed!
    Good Luck with the expansion of the range, & I’m looking forward to seeing more of your new releases.
    Regards, Chris Oldfield.

  2. greywolf27 August 31, 2016 at 1:39 am Permalink

    Hi everyone.
    The first figure I bought from “Tommys War” was the Middlesex Regt figure and I’ve been purchasing the figures ever since. I have virtually all of the WW1 collection and have never been disappointed. What I really like is that all the models are “unit specific” unlike most of the 1/35 models I’ve bought.
    I recommend these models to anyone who has an interest in WW1, you won’t be sorry.
    Regards, Kevin Byng

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