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grandad
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Post by grandad » Thu Nov 12, 2015 11:55 am

bewn looking at getting an east renaissance army but am a bit puzzled the manufacturers of that period depict there musket figures firing the weapon resting on a axe when i looked through the lists there seemed the be 1 army with that attribute(i might be wrong) :?: :?:

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Re: Query

Post by kevinj » Thu Nov 12, 2015 1:09 pm

These might be suitable for Russian Streltsy in both Early and Later Russian lists or Polish Infantry in the Later Polish list. In all those cases they can be quite numerous.

What army are you thinking about? I'm sure someone will be able to point you towards a suitable range.

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Re: Query

Post by nigelemsen » Thu Nov 12, 2015 1:10 pm

grandad wrote:bewn looking at getting an east renaissance army but am a bit puzzled the manufacturers of that period depict there musket figures firing the weapon resting on a axe when i looked through the lists there seemed the be 1 army with that attribute(i might be wrong) :?: :?:
donnington minitures have a good range, although, i suspect if declared at deployment no one will mind figs having the axe even if they do not have any htw/sw
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