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Irregular Miniatures

United Kingdom

WW1 Indian Soldier, as delivered
As Delivered

Barrett Scale: 26½M.
Mixes best with: Still working on that, although I suspect that they will match most of the others pretty well.
Long Review: The three figures I received, WC1, 5 and 8, are all part of the colonial range.
WC1, British Infantry Advancing, is a typical British infantryman in tropical uniform (shorts, rolled up sleeves and pith helmet), in light kit, bandoleer across the shoulder.
WC5*, ANZAC Infantry Charging, is a typical Anzac, slouch hat and backpack. The uniform consists of the long trousers tucked into puttees, and a long-sleeved shirt.
WC8 is an advancing Indian infantryman. He's wearing the standard uniform associated with Indians (loose tunic, belted at the waist, trousers in puttees, and turban.
All of them have fixed bayonets, and are cleanly cast, with minimal flash. The figures are well-sculpted, and nicely detailed.
I plan to (once my wargaming budget has recovered) get more WW1, particularly the Gallipoli campaign, and I think that these figures will be high on the list of candidates.
Commentary: A much better-looking range of figures than I had anticipated, based on my 15mm experiences, and definitely the equal of many ranges available. The price is particularly appealing.
Historical Accuracy: Four Average.
Pose Quality: Four Average
Sculpting: Four Average.
Casting: Four Average.
Sources: Samples sent by Ian Kay. Due to me forgetting to tell Irregular that they should be posted to my home address, they were sent to an old work address. So, because of an error on my part, the review is later than it would have been- by about a month.
Sculptors: Ian Kay.
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