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Authentic Materials Illustrate the Way it was Really Done
Marching and drill have changed considerably in the past 300 years. Differences in weapons and tactics have transformed drilling from a combat technique to a military tradition. Changes even include the length of a marching step and the number of steps per minute. They involve how a rifle is held and how it is moved.
For your perusal, we have included examples of drill from the Revolutionary War to the present.
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Military Miniatures: castings for the Miltiary Miniature painter: handcast figures of various eras, for the hobbyist who prefers to do his own work
Hand Painted Miniature Knights : our handcast knights, finished and painted.
Historical Military Reprints : genuine military resources from World War II reprinted.
Shambattle Games ; classic rules for games with toy soldiers, knight and cowboys.
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