The occasional exploits of Brigadier 'Tubby' Bykleigh and the Rhanzlistan Field Force

Thursday, 17 March 2016

Stubborn as a mule?

Very quiet in Rhanzlistan of late, very quiet; but at last some news! At Wargamer last December I bought these two pack mules from Tiger Miniatures with a view to adding more baggage to the game in the shape of transport for the machine gun sections. The rear mule sports the MMG while the front mule carries the ammunition I suppose.












I deliberately didn't add any figure to the base as I cunningly thought it might pass muster for our 1943 Burma Campaign games, where my Chindits can always do with more pack mules! Purists may have a fit, but it works for me! I can thoroughly recommend the mules sold by Tiger Miniatures, in all about six different types I've found so far and very cheap at £1.50 each. There is even one with no pack, allowing the more talented chaps than I to convert to their heart's content.

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  1. Nice job there DB, those Tiger Miniatures mules are certainly versatile.

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    1. Thanks, Phil! They certainly do have a wide range of uses.

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  2. Great minis and lovely job on them!

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  3. Tiger Miniatures do have some nice castings in some of their ranges, a cracking job on the mules.
    Cheers
    Stu

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    1. I do like the mules, but their figures I'm less keen on; mainly because the style doesn't suit my painting I have to admit.

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  4. Nice Looking Painted Mules. Diverted for your own use which is great. Greetings Beano Boy

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and commenting, always appreciated.

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  5. Nice job on the mules, they look beautiful!

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