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Not to mention soldiers in 18th c. American wars, like ACW Confederates or Texicans. A little head-swapping and equipment modification -- a kepi here, a cartridge box there -- and one can make whole armies of troops in homespuns and butternut.
I was already thinking of a few of the conversion alternatives that fellow collectors are suggesting (ACW, Alamo etc..), but it is good to read other ideas that people are having.
I hope to buy lots of boxes of this set of boers.
Please Strelets can you make sure there are plenty of boxes in this production run to keep us all supplied and happy.
Bravo for this additional set of outstanding Boer Commandos! It's still August, and already I'm excited for the Year End Holiday Season.
Well looking at these masters, it feels like Christmas already!! :santa:
A refreshing change from the long established tradition where a good set of figures is made for one era but the customer has to wait many years for a set to oppose them :unamused: Now the paint is barely dry on my red box stand-ins when I see these superb figures waiting in the wings - well done Strelets!:clap:
I'm wondering now if it's even worth the effort of converting more mounted Boers to go with them.....
I could definitely see how with a little tweaking these could be converted to Confederate soldiers - either late War or guerillas. By the same token, with the current Colonial British out there I am sorely tempted to open up another front in my collecting.