The 10mm & Military Museum Photo Directory - helping you choose the best figures for your 10mm WW2 and ACW armies.
It contains photos of all of my 10mm WW2 and American Civil War collections, plus many photos added by other users of the directory. You can use any of the links below to navigate around the directory, or use the "10mm" menu link above to go back to my main 10mm resource page.
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Written by veteran game designers Alessio Cavatore and Rick Priestley, "Bolt Action" is Warlord Games and Osprey's new 28mm skirmish ruleset that allows you to bring platoon sized chunks of the great battles of World War II to your tabletop
This full colour, 216-page, hardback book is beautifully produced and is a joy to own - most highly recommended. --militarymodelling.com
"An army consists of one or two platoons reinforced by vehicles (suggested one light and one heavy) and heavy weapons. It is quite clear that this is a skirmish rules set with limited forces - a full one thousand point army could easily be assembled for under £100" Amazon.co.uk reviewer
"If you're the sort of player that insists the difference between the front armour on a T34/85 and that of a Cromwell should be modelled or gets worked up over the difference in range between the Lee-Enfield and M1 then this game probably isn't for you. But if you're able to accept that such precise modelling of such things is in fact over-detailing and ultimately unrealistic and want a game with slick mechanics that model WWII actions reasonably well, then this game is ideal" Amazon.co.uk reviewer
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