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Loose Files and American Scramble


An excellent and innovative set of rules for the American war of Independence. Aimed at 15mm figures but easily convertible to other scales.
– website listing


Designer
Andy Callan
Year Published
1987
Status
In Print
Contents
Archived online (webpage)
Scale
1 figure = 10 men
1 inch = 25 yards
1 turn = approx. 5 minutes
1 model gun = 2 pieces of artillery

Loose Files and American Scramble
Basing
Infantry: 3 figures per base
Cavalry: 2 figures per base
Skirmishers: 1 figure per base

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Loose Files and American Scramble

Wargaming Battles of the American War of Independence

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Originally appeared in Wargames Illustrated, No. 1, September 1987. This page was reproduced for the Internet by Nick Dorrell, January 2005, with the permission of the author.
Loose Files and American Scramble