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Anton Ryzbak21 May 2020 12:04 p.m. PST

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Coming from an age before most people reading this were born the greatest cavalrymen of all time; The Polish Winged Hussars! link While rummaging around looking for an old Airfix Mayflower kit (I just KNOW it is hiding somewhere in The Vault) I came across a box of 15mm figures. Earlier this year I had given away almost all of the 15mm figures that I had not yet painted so I was puzzled at how this box had escaped my attention (likely because the box said on the outside 20mm tanks). The top layer consisted of pristine cards of old Minifigs Polish Winged Hussars……along with some Ottoman dross. I was instantly swept back in time to those heady days when these beauties were brand new and I didn't have 30,000 painted minis. I resolved to paint them! Follow my progress (or lack thereof) here: link

79thPA Supporting Member of TMP22 May 2020 6:18 a.m. PST

Interesting way to mount the cav for painting. I've never seen anyone do that.

Anton Ryzbak22 May 2020 6:37 a.m. PST

79thPA, unfortunately it only works on old school Minifigs

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