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George Gush's Wargames Rules For Fifteenth To Seventeenth Centuries (1420-1700)


Derived originally from the Wargames Research Group Ancient Rules.


Designer
George Gush
Publisher
History of Wargaming Project
Year Published
1976
Status
In Print
Contents
75-page book
Scale
For 25mm figures. 1 inch = 10 paces (25mm scale), 20 paces (15mm), or 40 paces (6mm). 1 figure = 20 men.
Basing
Close Order Foot 15 mm frontage
Open Order Foot 20 mm
Open Order Foot 30 mm
Close Order Horse 20 mm
Order Horse 25 mm
Open Order Horse 30 mm

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George Gush's Wargames Rules For Fifteenth To Seventeenth Centuries (1420-1700)
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Published originally by Wargame Research Group. Republished in 2016.