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Thanks Silurian, the slouch hat was not used on the front line, only when behind the lines and out of direct Artillery range.

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G'day, Once Again From the Slave Dungeon!

Today sees the release of a range of new 54mm metal figures from Slave 2 Gaming. These figures have been beautifully sculpted by Mike Broadbent.


The first set of figures are the range of eight World War I Australian Digger miniatures from the Western Front. The set includes one Officer, one NCO, a Lewis Gunner and his second, and four Privates, all wearing the Brodie Helmet used by the British Allied troops on the front, rather than the more well-known slouch hat.

Lewis Gunner


These can be bought individually or as a set of eight.


The second part of this release of figures is a single 54mm figure of the legendary Australian bushranger, Ned Kelly. This figure has also been sculpted by Mike Broadbent, and shows Ned Kelly in his helmet and armor that he wore at the last stand he made at Glenrowan.

Ned Kelly

All of these figures can be found in the either the 54mm section, or the 'new stuff' section of the Slave 2 Gaming site:


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