10. M1114 Armored Humvee's from Irishserb's Miniatures.
I'm not really into modern gaming, but these are some great miniatures and I'd love to model my platoon from the old war days.
9. Mixed tents from Renedra Limited.
Picture is from Architects of War. Again, no real need for these, but I do love to make the gaming table visually appealing, and every battlefield needs some lovely tents!
8. Nebelwerfer Platoon from Battlefront.
This is the GE592 21cm NW42 rocket launcher pack. These are one of my favorite guns from WWII (right up there with 88's) and I've been wanting to paint some up for quite a while now.
7. Fearless Federalists from Architects of War.
Architects of War is a relatively new company with a great new line out to support their American Uncivil War skirmish game. They also have great terrain, and carry several other major lines. Although I would love to have just about all of their line, this is the pack that I want the most, thanks to the two miniatures below.
Sniper with scoped Henry rifle.
Soldier throwing Ketchum grenade.
6. Confederate mounted Commanders from Perry Miniatures.
No explanation needed, these are just gorgeous!
5. Federal Infrantry Skirmishing Regimental pack from Sash and Saber.
I already have about half of their 28mm ACW line, and I've been consistantly impressed with their quality, and how easily they paint! The Regimental pack includes all 4 packs I've shown here.
4. Lieutenant-General Ambrose Powell Hill from Redoubt Enterprises.
I have an idea for a diorama for a dear friend who is a huge admirer of A.P Hill, I hope to get it started this fall and completed by Christmas.
3. Caisson's from Old Glory.
I am wanting to paint a bunch of these up and base them individually to add visual appeal behind my batteries. Because let's be realistic, I won't ever be able to paint full teams of horses, caissons, and limbers.
2. Union Artillery running up piece from Perry Miniatures.
No one captures movement in their sculpts like the Perry brothers do.
1. Everything from the Old Glory 2nd Edition ACW line.
Above is the Union Infantry Marching Shoulder Arms boxed set. While my ACW collection is mainly Sash and Saber with some Perry mixed in, I have been eyeing this line and hopefully will be able to get my Old Glory Army Card and make a pretty large purchase sometime soon!
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