French Foreign Legion "resting"

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Fire-at-Will
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French Foreign Legion "resting"

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I am always being tempted by add-ons to existing armies, so I had to add some more artillery and resting figures to my FFL
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37mm M1916 mountain guns, one wheeled the other on a tripod together with gunners from Strelets.
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A very nice camp scene again from Strelets
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The same scene to go with my earlier FFL.
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Richard B.
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Very nice Will, i am tempted by the camp set :D

Those guns and crew look quite good too :D
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CarlL
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Bluddy hell Will .... sorry about the swearing even in corrupted format..... talk about speed painting, sets havent been out long (and no shops open either) and already you have two camps and more guns!!
Amazing work Will, very inspiring.

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CarlL wrote: 27 Feb 2021, 20:38 Bluddy hell Will .... sorry about the swearing even in corrupted format..... talk about speed painting, sets havent been out long (and no shops open either) and already you have two camps and more guns!!
Amazing work Will, very inspiring.

CarlL
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"add-ons"... they are force upgrades and reinforcements!
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