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SALIM /armand from argentina thats funny dude,you ip address is glowing liek a ba boons but.. we wont mention it...chuckel
armand thats no way to walk into a room , with your but exposed
Armand is making me laugh...
You're entitled to your opinion of course, Robin.
I must disagree & as we are really talking about taste, there is room for such diametrically opposed viewpoints.
I have the other Strelets' cuirassier sets. They make up a brigade and a half of cuirassiers for me so this new set will complete the division.
And how lucky am I in getting 4 sets of French cuirassiers all in different poses for this unit?
At any rate, I think they paint-up nicely and the chunky look suits heavy cavalry. I'll have to think what to do with the stuffed-up flag (I know its not historical but my wargames' rules require flags): probably cut it off & scratch-build another.
"Ugly, mis-shapen and too small"
These were the very same words my ex-wife used to describe a most important (to me anyway) part of my anatomy on our wedding night.
Perhaps I should refer to my 'old chap' as a Cuirassier.
Alan, I thought Cuirassiers were big and hard with a shiny helmet. You may have to think of another name for your'old chap' dude!
How about "Gurkha"? They're comparatively small, but they tend to get the job done pretty effectively.
ian how about a sphinx ...
Whatever it takes to float your boat, Hank.
Okay you asked for it, i tell you
Turkish Artillery and Cavalry in their own boxes .
If brittish grenadiers in summer and winter dress and riflemen get releasd as mini sets why cant turks.?Not that i need any mor Infantry but...is like malice ?
But then again like evrything else is only money.And i still got what i wanted.