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Umpapa15 Apr 2021 5:07 p.m. PST

I love this set, I bought it for its extra limbs. I used upper limbs with rifles, trumpets and pistols to enrich the diversity of my other armies. I added sabers from other sets and created pure swordsmen squadron.

They are quite versatile. I will use them:
- as colonial British dragoons (Boer Wars, North-West Frontier, WW1, Back Of Beyond, interwar, stretching also Dark Africa, Zulu War and WW2).
- as Mexican (and other interwar latinoamerican) cavalry of Huerta and Constitutionalist Army. As Osprey said: "According to the 1923 dress regulations, the sun helmet was to replace the field cap, but regulations were slow to take effect during this decade of military turmoil."
- as Iraq cavalry (both interwar and WW2).

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Personal logo PaulCollins Supporting Member of TMP15 Apr 2021 8:03 p.m. PST

Looking good! I have these to battle wiley Pathans, but not all saber armed. Seeing yours I wish I would have had the foresight to do that.

Umpapa19 Apr 2021 1:36 a.m. PST

Thank You. Those sabres were remodelled a bit with soldering iron and sprue.

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