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I've long thought that would be a good idea! As
it is, efforts such as those by IMEX to mix both dis-
mounted cavalry and mounted men has simply resulted
in limiting the poses of both. Making seperate sets of
mounted and dismounted cavalry makes sense to me.
Yes, I third that suggestion. Good idea!
Ian Bruce's recommendation for one set for both sides would be good economical sense.
One mould for both sides. Britians Swoppets were simple, and produced in Blue and Gray colors. I like the recommendation for the mixture of hats, kepis, bummers, and stetsons.
I'd like a few kneeling and firing carbines, a few standing and firing carbines, a couple firing Navy Colt pistols, and a horse holder and officer with Navy Colt pistol.
Of course, Arlins links look great too; in the field both sides had unique looks.
You'd also need some southerners with shotguns, commonly used throughout the war, and possibly some federals with Spencer repeaters.
I'm still lobbying for late & early ACW Union Iron Brigade! also a good idea for a mini set(2)!
Great pics, Arlin. Just what I had in mind, although with a few more firing figures.