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campaigner Inactive Member01 Dec 2011 9:47 a.m. PST

There is 20% off the web price on Campaign Game Miniatures 15mm Napoleonics. It is for a limited period before Christmas. So if you are unfamiliar with these superb sculpts now is your chance to see them. They are crisp, historically accurate and are packed after strict quality control so no broken swords and bayonets or strange lumps. Easy to paint and follow the clean details.
Guaranteed posting within 48 hours though normally within 24hrs. If you pay by Paypal we will reimburse the 20% on the figures the same way before posting to you.
We can do Lasalle units and armies to order; just send an e-mail with details.
Painters choose your figures for the painting competition we will be running in the new year. Lots of prizes but more on that when the time comes.

Take a look at our photo gallery to see the excellent quality. link
We hope to finish Russians before end of January and Dragoosn, Cuirassiers with horse artillery men and the 12lb gun should be released over the coming days and during next week. Oh French Imperial Lancers release during January.

vojvoda Inactive Member01 Dec 2011 9:57 a.m. PST

Love the figure, the cavalry is very interesting. I use to think the horses were not that well animated but the Cuirassier and Dragoons look great. The French high command look nice. Wish they were paint blue! Have not been to the site in sometime. Glad to see it coming along nicely. What was this line before, I can't remember?

James Mattes

12345678 Inactive Member01 Dec 2011 11:05 a.m. PST

It has always been CGM; great figures!

campaigner Inactive Member01 Dec 2011 4:12 p.m. PST

Hi James it was always Campaign Game Miniatures but I sometimes shortened to CGM. As I have not been on the TMP for such a long time I imagine people have forgotten me. I hope some re/discover that in the last two years my Waterloo range has expanded greatly with many finished armies and is nearing completion except for the Prussians and they will be charging out in 2012 after I finish my completely new Russians for Borodino. I have also added Austrians and they will see more added next year, too.
Thanks Colin. I know you have bought CGM a lot. A man of true taste ;-))

ancientsgamer Supporting Member of TMP01 Dec 2011 9:27 p.m. PST

Do make an announcement on the release of the rest of the Prussians! I will be buying quite a bit I expect! ;-)

I do love your figure range. Overall I would say it is the best because of great sculpting and consistency. Another line has some awesome figures but they are not consistent in sizing with their older sculpts….

Will you be getting a stockist in the USA at some point? It would help those in the U.S. some with the exchange rate. For instance, Eureka's pricing have somewhat stabilized because they have a U.S. stockist and I can think of some other companies as well…

Thanks for the updates!

Chris Tebo
San Antonio, Texas USA

campaigner Inactive Member02 Dec 2011 12:11 a.m. PST

Hi Chris, thanks again, can you recommend anyone in the US who would be a good stockist or stockists? (Not a distributor I can't give such discounts).
It would nice to have a stockist who went to most of the shows in the UK too.

ancientsgamer Supporting Member of TMP02 Dec 2011 7:28 a.m. PST

Great Hall Games in Austin, Texas or Scale Creep (online out of Ohio, I think?) Both of these companies have a stellar reputation. You should be aware that they both do sell Napoleonic lines. Great Hall has started selling Napoleon at War but I think your figure line would be a compliment to NaW as they have a long way to go before they fill out their figure offerings and I think the game will be helping Napoleonics in general. GHG is out of Austin Texas and has a strong online presence and a VERY nice physical store with a lot of gaming each week. Rob is the owner.

Scale Creep sells Fantasin figures and Black Hat right now. Frankly, I think that CGM will take over sales of either of these lines. I think Scale Creep is out of Ohio?

Both of these gentlemen support the hobby well online. They both frequent these boards, although they may not see this message thread.

Regarding conventions, the U.S. is very large and every seller that I know of does NOT travel to all of the shows.
The biggest conventions that Napoleonics would sell to are in Pennsylvania. You have large conventions in the Mid-West and California as well. There are medium sized conventions all over the country including Texas and Louisiana.

For England, I wouldn't know who travels. I know you have a great seller in England now with Vexillia. He actually ships to the U.S. as well. Maybe your best approach would be to ask some U.K. gamers as to which of the sellers travels the most throughout English conventions. There are so many of them and they are quite popular over there.

campaigner Inactive Member03 Dec 2011 3:15 p.m. PST

Just uploaded new refs for the Russians. Figures hot from the moulds: Russian Dragoons, Cuirassiers, bith with Cavalry Staff officers refs. A 12lb Gun and the Horse artillery crews for the 6lb gun which was already availble.
Happy Merry Very Christmas :-))

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