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Cacique Caribe23 Jan 2018 11:48 a.m. PST

Any links to photo comparisons of 15-18mm figures made by current manufacturers (not OOPs)?

I would like to see what figures are there in the middle height range, between Peter Pig's, which I'm told is on the short end of the spectrum, and those from Blue Moon, which seem to be on the tallest end.



rvandusen23 Jan 2018 2:46 p.m. PST

Did you see this already?


Stephen Miller23 Jan 2018 2:47 p.m. PST

Over on the ACW formum, back in November of 2012, there were a series of posts concerning the relative sizes of 15mm-18mm figures of various manufactures including BM, Stone Mountain, Peter Pig, etc.

Cacique Caribe23 Jan 2018 5:07 p.m. PST

RVandusen, that's the kind of stuff I was looking to find.

Stephen, I'll try to see if I can find those.



Stephen Miller23 Jan 2018 7:34 p.m. PST

You might google "MacPhee's Miniature Men", then click on "Blue Moon 15mm American Civil War". Its for ACW, but the comparisons should work for the American West. Blue Moon has a great line of 18mm Plains Indian Wars US Cavalry and Sioux Indians. A site called Legends in Time also carries some of these cavalry/Indian figures (but not all of them.)

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