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The Great Game

Excellent post, Uwe. It's illuminating to see what is currently available for a Central Asian/Afghan campaign & what's needed.
When you see what's out there, Strelets could easily complete the range with a few boxes.
And could you imagine a Kim set (from the Rudyard Kipling novel)? The Lama, the Mavericks, the Russian & French spies, bearers & of course Kim himself.
Wouldn't this set the period off?
donald

Re: I think "Canadian Royal Mounted Police / Northwest Frontier" would be awesome........

Well, ditto for me regarding Arlins wishes, too!

In short, I'd love to see the American Civil War Confederate Staff set done, to complete the range ... :-)

I'd also love to see anyone do a set of dismounted U.S. Cavalry ... I'm trying not to beg here.

Annnnnnnnnnd ... I'd going to whisper into your ear for 2 sets of "Royal Canadian Mounted Police" of which you so well do the lancers, in the cool Terracotta Red Color with "Montana Peak Hats", pluuus ...

2 sets with the British "Pill Box Hats" (have I got that right?).

Thank you for listening!

Re: Re: I think "Canadian Royal Mounted Police / Northwest Frontier" would be awesome........

Dismounted, skirmishing ACW/Indian wars cavalry would make my year.

Re: Re: I think "Canadian Royal Mounted Police / Northwest Frontier" would be awesome........

I think for the 1885 Riel Rebellion the "pill box" hats are more accurate than the "Montana" Hats. That is true for the Mounted Police as well as for the various Canadian Militia units that took part. (My own unit played a major role in the campaign.) The advances in photography of the period as well as the relatively limited firepower of the actions allowed action photography that gives amazing images of the campaigns.
David Moore

Dan Candy (Donald Sutherland)

This was a cool film from that era ,i have it only on vhs ntsc,from a closed down mom and pop video store.
Uniforms same era etc looks very authentic