Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Rapid Fire (Modern) Refernce Sheet

See PDF Rapid Fire Modern Reference Sheet

Please follow the link to view/download my PDF for Rapid Fire Modern Reference Sheet.

This play reference sheet is in A3 format and complements the extension of Rapid Fire wargame rules designed for World War Two into the 'modern era'. The RAPID FIRE! Modifications for post-war conflicts rule set was developed by Aaron W Longbottom in 1996.


Rapid Fire 10x10: Italian Vehicle/Gun Chart

See PDF Rapid Fire 10x10 Italian Vehicle/Gun Chart

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Rapid Fire 10x10: French (Free and Vichy) Vehilce/Gun Chart

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Rapid Fire 10x10: United States Vehicle/Gun Chart

See PDF Rapid Fire 10x10 United States Vehicle/Gun Chart

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Rapid Fire 10x10: German Vehicle/Gun Chart

See PDF Rapid Fire 10x10 German Vehicle/Gun Chart

Please follow the link to view/download my enhanced Rapid Fire 10x10 German forces Vehicle/Gun chart.

Rapid Fire 10x10: British/Commonwealth Vehicle/Gun Chart

See PDF Rapid Fie 10x10 Vehicle/Gun Table - British/Commonwealth


Follow the link to view/download my enhanced 10x10 vehicle/gun chart for British/Commonwealth forces.

Rapid Fire 10X10: Reference Sheet

See PDF Rapid Fire 10x10 Reference Sheet (A3)

Over the years I have developed a variation for Rapid Fire wargame rules which expands the armour combat system to a 10x10 scale over the 6x6 offering. In other words the armour rating have been expanded to A through to J (soft skin) and gun classes 1 - 10. I developed a more expansive series of vehicle and gun charts for the Commonwealth, American, French, Italian and German forces. As I don't play Russians or Japanese (so far) I stopped short.

The vehicle and gun charts were posted previously using Scribd but I never realised no-one could download them. Hopefully this new re-posting will enable those so inclined to do so. Theyn are extensive but not exhaustive. The reference chart is new(ish).