THE IMAGE TO THE LEFT SHOWS a representation of the British Army range as they are sold. The full range is listed below as individual figures. The range includes British marching regiments in the different forms of equipment from the Zulu War period to the end of the Nineteenth century. Sculpted by Jack Alexander, painting by Steve Rowland, colour photography by mska.uk.
NEW ITEMS: Two dismounted cavalry troopers, standing and kneeling firing, have just been added. These are converted figures by Mark Lodge which keeps them true to the Jacklex style whilst adding to the ranges. Other include Infantry colour bearers, Camel Corps mounted and dismounted.
FUTURE RELEASES: Camel Corps officer mounted, buglers, general officers mounted, Zulu War period cavalry.
This product is sold unpainted.WARS AGAINST NATURE – considerations for the
wargame campaign.‘Many colonial wars were first and foremost ‘wars against
nature’; they involved surmounting difficulties of terrain and climate,
frequently over immense distances, and these difficulties, which threatene..
This product is sold unpainted.WARGAMING THE DEFENCE OF
DUFFER’S DRIFT USING JACKLEX MINIATURES‘The Defence of Duffer’s Drift’ (Major General Sir Ernest Swinton KBE, CB,
DSO) has been a staple of military instruction since it appeared in 1907 in the
‘United Service Magazine’. Although the setting..
This product is sold unpainted.SECOND BOER WAR VICTORIA CROSSThe Victoria Cross (VC) was awarded to 78 members of the British Armed Forces for action during the Second Boer War 1899-1902. The Victoria Cross is a military decoration awarded for valour "in the f..
This product is sold unpainted.ABYSSINIAN WAR VICTORIA CROSSThe Victoria Cross (VC) was awarded to two members of
the British Armed Forces for action during the Abyssinian War
1868. The Victoria Cross is a military decoration awarded for valour
"in the face..
This product is sold unpainted.CASUALTIES FROM INFANTRY FIRESource. ‘Handbook for Colonial
Wargames’, Ted Herbert, The Victorian Military Society Special Publication No1,
1976. I very much admire Ted Herbert’s writings and this little gem of a
pamphlet is a must have for all colonial wargame..