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    Re: Sudan Campaigns

    There's a bunch more on the way :)

    Martin
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    Re: Sudan Campaigns

    Ken sold Maison Militaire but is still producing the Heritage ranges. Lots of new stuff in the pipeline. http://www.heritage-miniatures.com/omdurman-1898/

    Martin
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    Re: Some Horses

    Have you tried slicing through the head and then putting in a shim?

    Martin
  4. Re: Comprehensive Catalogue of Far East WW2 range

    All those radios affect your ears? ^&grin

    Martin
  5. Re: Comprehensive Catalogue of Far East WW2 range

    Bloody infantry!:) Donkey Whalloper is any mounted cavalryman. The official nickname of The Life Guards is "The Tins" (as in "tin belly") it has also been "The Cheeses" 1st Life Guards and...
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    Re: The Royal Fusiliers Side Drummer

    I believe he is Lancashire Fusiliers with the yellow hackle. Northumberland Fusiliers wore red over white. (drums adorned with red and white roses on St. Georges day)

    Martin
  7. Re: London Toy Soldier Show December 2017 Pictures

    A little correction if you don't mind. Not ECW, a bit later, 1680s/90s. Williamite Wars e.g Battle of the Boyne. Thanks for the great photos.

    Martin
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    Re: Reveille by R4A Glossy Cavalry etc

    The Imperial Germans interest me. It's just difficult to show the intricacies of uniform in 1/32. The wappen on I.R92 for instance
  9. Worth watching by WW1 aircraft fans.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jqj_qOM6iEk
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    Re: Household Cavalry go for a swim

    Remember RHG/D today. Thirty five years.
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    Re: Hadencroft toy soldiers?

    That's a "blast from the past" Some of the first toy soldiers I ever sculpted was for HM of Great Britain. They went bust in about 1990 (owing me money!!) One of the original directors of the...
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    Re: Female Captain of Queen's Guard

    :salute::
  13. Thread: Wall Gun

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    Wall Gun

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2GLbXR3-HI
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    Re: Cool 80's Movies

    Bowie again but in an acting role.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LF9_9MZyQGo
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    Re: Cool 80's Movies

    Cat People 1982. If only for the music!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpdHMaccjw4
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    Re: Cool 80's Movies

    Has any one mentioned "The Blues Brother".
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    Re: Cool 80's Movies

    Oh yes, not that I'm not used to it by now! :)
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    Re: Cool 80's Movies

    American Werewolf is a great film, and Jenny Agutter gets her kit off (as usual). Which I forgot when I first showed it to my son. He was old enough but his Mam was in the room!!
    ^&grin
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    Tank Chats on Youtube

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvInFZKK4Wg
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    Re: Cool 80's Movies

    Some British films from the 80s

    Long Good Friday
    Gregory's Girl
    Gandhi
    The Elephant Man
    Brazil
    Time Bandits
    American Werewolf in London
    The Bond films
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    Re: WWII British 6 pdr AT Gun

    The 6prd in the old Airfix gun portee has them. I now know why.
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    Re: Historical/Military Music

    I may be a tiny bit biased. :)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=796i1NhrffM
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    Re: Put a face to the name

    Most people don't want to! :)
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    Re: Put a face to the name

    No3, first section., riding "Egypt" Next to the Corporal of Horse.
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    Re: Firearms of the Great War

    I don't think I could afford some of the things they have in this series. I wouldn't mind borrowing them though. Of course as you say, apparently we can't be trusted over hear with them!
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