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Re: British heavy cavalry

Murat
I can almost hear the Button-counters screaming in their 'soup de Jour'


Is that a bad thing?

I also think Scots Greys need to have the unique and lovely bearskin on show (yes! I know they didn't; and I got over it); They also need to look like heavy cavalry not adolescents armed with kitchen knives. I don't feel that I need them, I've got them covered, but if the Strelets figures are nice I will buy them so count me in.

Same goes for the other British heavy cavalry but for types with more than one regiment in the field I'd buy Strelets figures just for variety.

Re: British heavy cavalry

Well a Nappy set I would buy, Scots grays without oil skin covers, I have a few Qualiticast figures ,four to be precise , the command group,and bought the Waterloo set to back them up, I would lve to add to them.

Re: British heavy cavalry

Alan Buckingham
Well a Nappy set I would buy, Scots grays without oil skin covers, I have a few Qualiticast figures ,four to be precise , the command group,and bought the Waterloo set to back them up, I would lve to add to them.
Even though they are of no use in the desert? :sunglasses:

Re: British heavy cavalry

Perfect for a what if scenario , like instead of one charge in the whole Napoleonic wars , what if they saw action in 1800 in Egypt, then they would be of use in the Desert...... but like the LRDG some sets we wait a lifetime for, this is another for me.

Re: British heavy cavalry

Well David Stirling was a Scotsman, so with a little imagination I can see him on a grey horse galloping Rommel down as well.