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Has been a long time since my last post, but have been busy with the guys developing their web-site, but have a lot of photos stored up and will hopefully be getting them on the site soon.

It has been a long time since I updated the blog, been busy with other things, including building web-sites. So after a long break I’ve added pictures of the Russian siege gun set from the Crimean War range. The gun is a faithful copy of an actual gun at the New Zealand War Museum in Wairoru, so if you’re ever in New Zealand go check it out.


Have added some more photos of US Army Regulars and Regiment of Voltigeurs to the Mexican-American War Range.

Have added some photos Ian took of some special painting sets that Regal have done lately. You can find most of them in the Armies on Parade Range, two sets of Jodhpur Lancers, four sets listed as Indian Army special sets and a Scots Guards Mini-Pipe Band. And in the WWI Glossy Range is a couple of photos of some French Infantry in their 1914 uniform with kepis.

Have added photos of Sailors and Marines to the Boxer Rebellion Range. These can be found at the bottom of the page as they have no set numbers being special orders. Ian took these photos as I was unable to get photos before they were shipped off to Stockade Miniatures.

First photos added, Russian sets from the Boxer Rebellion Range, next up Austrian, German, Italian and French Sailors from the same range

It’s been a while since my last post, October was such a hectic, crazy month, I had so much on I just couldn’t find any time for the blog. Things have eased up now and I’ve got lots of new photos and very soon will have photos of the brand new Mexican sets from the Mexican-American War which I saw Alan working on.

Have added a brand new range to the database, the Mexican-American War War, and the first four sets, US Marines, while the boys are working on the rest of the initial sets, US Army, US Voltigeurs,  US Volunteers and Mexican Army. I particularly like the loading set myself.

Have added two new Saxon infantry sets to the 1066 range and also some photos of some Saxons receiving a Norman Cavalry charge.


Have added photos of some brand new WWI figures. These are the 15th/16th New Zealand Companies of the Imperial Camel Corp in Palestine 1917. The camel is sculptured by Gary Hunt of Weta Workshop fame and the riders and baggage are by Regal. Nice looking figures. The rest of the photos can be found at the top of the list in the World War One Glossy range.