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MiniPigs24 Feb 2020 7:55 a.m. PST

For 28mm, Which would be better, the Old Glory Renaissance Persian codes or the Foundry sets?


I've never seen the 28mm Persian Persian packs from Old Glory (Has anyone else seen them?)and the 28mm Foundry Afghan cavalry would be fine but I hear the Foundry horses are somewhat wimpily sized and, of course, those sets are more expensivo than Old Glory.

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Any considered opinions?

Ashokmarine24 Feb 2020 10:08 a.m. PST

Never seen Old Glory's Persian range but I do have some of the Indian mutiny range. I find the horse slightly bulkier but not taller and not noticible for my taste anyway.

RogerC24 Feb 2020 2:37 p.m. PST

Foundry horses are not smaller than Ol Glory, for my money the Foundry "Noble Cavalry" who are actually Sikh cavalry would be fine mixed with actual Afghan cavalry from the Foundry and Perry ranges, however the Afghan tribal cavalry horses are definately a lot smaller than any of the others. No idea if that helps at all.

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