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Pvt Snuffy16 Apr 2019 8:22 a.m. PST

I'm seriously looking into doing this period in 54mm plastics, and really like the Armies in Plastic offerings.

However, they don't have everything, and the alternative I've found for some of the unusual headgear [top hats, etc] is Expeditionary Force.

Also, sometimes I like units that are just marching with shouldered rifles, of which AIP has none.

Are there some alternatives that you can recommend?

Much thanks in advance!

bogdanwaz16 Apr 2019 8:23 a.m. PST

I've posted the Seventh and final installment of our RPG campaign using the Frostgrave stable of rules (Frostgrave, Ghost Archipelago, Rangers of Shadow Deep):


bogdanwaz16 Apr 2019 11:26 a.m. PST

It looks like the bug has struck.

Stepman318 Feb 2020 6:43 p.m. PST

AiP figures are great though very generic but they are inexpensive. Expeditionary Force are fantastic but cost a bit more. Im slowly gathering E.F. to do a large skirmish game taking liberties with the American uniforms by using French. Im not going for historical accuracy, just historical "close enough" for toy soldiers…

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