Saturday, 26 November 2011

ACAV Huah



Still in the acquisition phase of my 10mm Vietnam gaming ambitions, which has meant a lot of inspirational thinking while the shiny toys mature in the their assigned shoebox.  However, I couldn't resist showing these lovely models off.

Also, when I was at Warfare last week, Leon at Pendraken reminded me that I promised him some riverine monitors, which I have the parts for, but not yet started work on.  Had to apologise profusely for my lack of intestinal fortitude, but I have a new job and I'm still in the probation period, which I am finding stressful.  Good intentions and all that really.
   

5 comments:

  1. Very nice, been thinking about going down the Vietnam route myself and will probably pick up the new FNG release from THW, not sure of the best scale; most likely 15mm.
    Regards,
    Monty

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  2. Ashley, great period to play. We have just started with Charlie Don't Surf at the club and the rules are really great. I play the Congs, much more interesting and challenging than the US forces

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  3. I have some VC and US Army from RAFM's Charlie company line. Mostly used when I run Palladium's RECON RPG. I've got more than enough to run a small engagement. :)

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  4. Just in case it wasn't clear these are 10mm not 15mm miniatures.

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  5. What happens if male and female tanks from WWI are left to 'mature' together in the same shoebox - do you get bonus 'tankettes'?

    Enjoy the blog, keep on maturing the projects, and let us know how the players meet expectations

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