British 16th Light Dragoons skirmishing (L to R): BC-017 Trooper Loading Carbine; BC-016 Trooper Firing Carbine; BC-015 Trooper Firing Pistol; and BC-014 Trooper resting carbine on right thigh. (click to enlarge).
I received the first 16 AWI dragoons yesterday, hot off the spin casting machines at Griffin Moulds. I will be processing Kickstarter rewards first, but after that the figures will be available for purchase by anyone. There are 8 American 1st Continental dragoons and 8 British 16th Light Dragoons.
If you were not a KS backer, you can place a "pre-order" now and I can probably ship your order in about 2-3 weeks (to allow enough time to send out the KS rewards first). No money is needed now, just an indication of your interest in particular figures is all that I need so that I can order more stock.
All figures are $5.00 USD including rider and horse. Shipping charges are at a flat rate of $5.00 USD in the USA and $10.00 USD for the rest of the world. In most cases, the flat rate international shipping equates to a savings of 15% to 20% on your order.
To order, send me an e-mail with your order for individual figures at:
BRITISH 16TH LIGHT DRAGOONS:
Stock codes for the 16th Light Dragoons are as follows:
BC-010 16th Light Dragoon Officer
BC-011 16th LD Trumpeter
BC-012 16th LD Trooper, shouldered sword, uniform coat
BC-013 16th LD Trooper, shouldered sword, hunting shirt
BC-014 16th LD Trooper, rested carbine on right thigh
BC-015 16th LD Trooper, firing pistol
BC-016 16th LD Trooper, firing carbine
BC-017 16th LD Trooper, loading carbine
If you want to create a regiment in a formal pose with shouldered swords, then use the BC-010 officer, BC-011 trumpeter, and BC-013 trooper in coat to form the core of your regiment. You can also add a figure or two of the BC-014 trooper wearing a hunting shirt. On campaign, there should be some variation in the uniform. The BC-014 trooper with rested musket would also work with the fellows with the shouldered swords.
If you want to add some skirmishers, then the BC-010 officer pointing would look like he is directing a piquet line of the BC-015 firing pistol, BC-016 firing carbine, BC-017 reloading, with a couple of BC-014 rested carbine poses forming your reserve behind the skirmish line.
British 16th Light Dragoons (L to R): BC-012 trooper in coat; BC-013 trooper in hunting shirt; BC-011 Trumpeter; and BC-010 Officer. (click pix to enlarge).
1st CONTINENTAL LIGHT DRAGOONS:
1st Continental Dragoons (L to R): AC-010 Officer; AC-011 Trumpeter; AC-012 Ensign; and AC-013 Trooper with shouldered sword. This group would make up a nice regiment in a "formal" at the ready pose.
1st Continental Dragoon skirmishing (L to R): AC-015 Trooper firing pistol; AC-016 Trooper firing carbine; AC-017 Trooper reloading carbine; and AC-014 Trooper with rested carbine. The first three poses would make a nice skirmish line. Then you could add a couple of the trooper with rested carbine behind the main skirmish line in reserve, and then add the AC-010 officer pointing to direct the skirmish line.
Stock codes for the 1st Continental Light Dragoons are as follows:
AC-010 1st Continental Dragoon officer
AC-012 Standard Bearer
AC-013 Trooper with shouldered sword
(the above 4 poses can be used to create a "formal" posed regiment)
AC-014 1st Continental Dragoon trooper with rested carbine
AC-015 Trooper firing pistol
AC-016 Trooper firing carbine
AC-017 Trooper reloading carbine
(the above 4 poses can add a skirmish line to your cavalry regiment)
We are currently working on Phase II of the Kickstarter Dragoons, which will include the British Legion cavalry, the 3rd Continental Dragoons, and the British 17th Light Dragoons. I am estimating that we will be able to show some of the greens in March, get them into production in April or early May, and have them shipped by our June 2014 scheduled delivery.
After that, it will be HESSIANS!!!!!!!!
Lovely models. Nice sculpting and great variety of poses. Would be very cool to see a picture of the models with a light black ink coating, so the relief of the sculpting really pops out!ReplyDelete
Look forward to seeing the hessians.