|Flank Company Skirmishers or firing line|
The new Saratoga Campaign British infantry have arrived and I will be sorting out the figures and creating new product SKUs and numbers to the web store over the course of this week. I should have the new product codes ready by tomorrow so that you can start planning your orders for British Saratoga figures.
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|Flank company NCO directing fire and kneeling firing poses.|
|New British officer wearing round hat turned up on the left side.|
|Reverse view of the new mounted officer.|
|Center Company NCO (left) and three rank and file marching.|
|Reverse view of the center company figures.|
|Center Company Command (left to right): officer, drummer, standard bearer and NCO.|
Flank Company Figures Marching
I had the flank company figures sculpted in marching poses with the idea of using them for the converged grenadier and light company battalions commanded by Simon Frasier during the battles of Freeman's Farm and Bemis Heights.
|Flank company marching. These can be used for the converged grenadier battalion as well as the converged light companies.|
|Reverse view of the flank company marching figures.|
I will start painting some samples of each figure once I have the items set up in the web store.
It goes without saying that I really like these new castings and I am looking forward to building my British army for the Saratoga Campaign. As usual, Griffin Moulds produces castings that are sharp and clean of little burrs or flash on the figures. Also, the bayonets have been very strong in recent years and these are no exception. I dropped a few of them on the floor, bayonets down, to test their strength and they came through with flying colors.