Khurasan Miniatures: Previews und Neuheiten
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The Cossacks are coming! 1914 Russian Cossacks. It was in 1914 that they perhaps made their most substantial contribution to the tsar’s war effort. These are correct for early war and have the early ammo pouches exposing the tops of the bullets. We hope to have the production moulds made very soon….
Our 15mm ursids are consistent favourites with customers so we felt it was high time to come out of hibernation and finally give them a couple more codes. Here’s a piece from one of the upcoming sets, the Ursid Pikini-Cannon. For when a regular heavy plasma gun just doesn’t get the job done.
Here’s a paintup of our upcoming T-72M1. It’s the export model (called by the Soviets, with bald-faced racism, the “monkey model”) of their T-72A. Externally it’s virtually identical to the T-72A but internally the systems were a bit simplified.
This one is painted up as an Iraqi T-72 from the first Gulf War. Unfortunately this kit got caught up in my caster’s lockdown but hopefully he’ll be providing production casts soon.
It’s Tudor Tuesday at Khurasan Miniatures! New releases:
Today we get royal with the 15mm Tudor high command, including the young king showing he’s broken his lance on some unfortunate Frenchie at the Battle of the Spurs, Howard in old-fashioned garb (none of this “bases” nonsense for Howard), and a generic nob in more fashionable dress. To guard the king we have the 15mm Yeomen of the Guard in 3/4 allemain rivet imported from Germany, and halberds from that same land. And the king has also brought along artillery, a long range serpentine piece with crew in 15mm.
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