Mexican Revolution, great game pics

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billk
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Mexican Revolution, great game pics

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Not a period I game but a link brought me here and I can appreciate a nice looking game when I see one.
The pics start about halfway down the page.

https://rulesforcommonman.uk/index.php? ... n#msg36601
CarlL
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Re: Mexican Revolution, great game pics

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Indeed splendid photos.
I wondered what rules and figures they were using. Looked like Peter Pig 15mm so maybe Peter Pig's own rules?

The home made train gun carriage is fun: I spotted an FT17 at one end, a Puma body and turret on top at other end and what looked like a Panzer I,Command Vehicle "Turret" (fixed body wasn't it? I can't recall its proper designation). Its fun if these parts out of keeping with Mexican Revolution era!!

Fun photos.
CarlL
Richard B.
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Re: Mexican Revolution, great game pics

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Excellent looking game, thanks for posting the link Bill :D
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bannockburn bhoy
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Re: Mexican Revolution, great game pics

Post by bannockburn bhoy »

How cool are armoured trains 8-) 8-) 8-)
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