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Hi dear team Strelets,
What to say but a big congratulation for these superb masters.
Looking forward for the future progress on this topic and please take in consideration some of our
plea for future infantry action sets and perhaps future artillery sets(Russian and Prussian horse artillery for example)
Have a great and well deserve summer vacation.
Doesn't the sculptor know how a fife looks like and how it is held? What we see is a recorder ...
Really great set of Russians Strelets going from strength to strength outstanding thanks Mr strelets.
Another great napo set..
Strelets has a good run today..
Wonderful sculpting, just make sure there are more than one of the command figures in the set, I need commanders for my old Springwood hard plastic Russians.
Kudos on what looks to be another great set.
Let me make it simple for Strelets - I have enough Russian infantry, don't need any more, but don't have enough officers. If this set has three or more officers in it, I will buy several sets. If not, I won't buy any. Over to you.
May I add to the chorus of praise?
I would not have thought that you could improve on your previous sets, but these are a step up again. Such beautiful sculpting and wonderful detail. The poses—officers, colour-bearer, drummer, fifer, grenadiers—are realistic and well-proportioned with a marvellous mixture in the latter.
I am pleased that I have not yet started to accumulate figures for late Russians as these, and their compatriots in greatcoats, will form the basis of them.
Thanks team Strelets!
"The poses—officers, colour-bearer, drummer, fifer, grenadiers—are realistic ..."
Unrestricted praise and fact-resistance to the last. Remarkable ...
A constructive suggestion: Remove the fife-case from the "fifer" and add a bell to the recorder or tin whistle and you get a clarinet, which makes a passable bandsman. (Well, you can even leave the fife case and pretend it's an etui for the clarinet ...:relaxed: )