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Dining Room Battles14 Nov 2020 7:27 a.m. PST

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To finish out my 42nd Highland Regiment for Rebels and Patriots is the blister pack French and Indian War: Highlander Command from Warlord Games. Four figures come in the pack and each figure is different. Nae ill! The blister comes with an officer, two different standard bearers and off course a piper. Great flags from Flags of War.com.

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historygamer16 Nov 2020 10:42 a.m. PST

So pipers were not officially authorized in Highland regiments. They were paid for by the Colonel. Like all British army units, drummers were official, fifers were starting to creep back into fielding at this time. During the Rev War, fifers were only officially authorized for the genadier company.

Your plaids look good there, laddy. :-)

79thPA Supporting Member of TMP17 Nov 2020 7:11 a.m. PST

Well done.

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