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Charging Wild Rider





Does anyone have Total Battle Miniatures products? I am bit confused about description of their products, since in general they divide all 15mm terrain to "skirmish" and "batallion size", but there is no terrain for WW2 under "batallion size" category.
Whereas, their "skirmish" products look quite promising:


Thus, I wonder if this is FoW compatible.

Looking to trade away 15mm Forged in Battle Pumas (still in the box). 
   
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Ramsden Heath, Essex

Sarissa precision do a line of nice WW2 buildings in 15mm.


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Charging Wild Rider





Oh, thanks for that info - I bought on ebay some of their trays, but did not notice that they do terrain as well.

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Thats not to say its the only stuff out there, a walk round Salute last weekend revealed a myriad of different 15mm lines.

I just can seem to remember any names at the moment?

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Belfast

Also http://www.kerrandking.co.uk/ do some great 15mm WW2 French and Russian buildings and such.

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Try Crescent Root

http://www.crescent-root.com/15mm_index.htm





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Cwen wrote:Also http://www.kerrandking.co.uk/ do some great 15mm WW2 French and Russian buildings and such.


+1 more for Kerr&King, I'm really happy with the Russian buildings I got from them.

Also, Musket Miniatures makes some good Eastern Front buildings. A guy in our group always brings them out and they're a joy to scrap in .

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Charging Wild Rider





Thanks guys! I am mostly looking for French/German buildings made by Continental / British companies to reduce the overall shipping costs. Although I must admit that both Crescent Moon and Musket Miniatures make beautiful terrain.

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Yes the Skirmish scale is 'FOW' compatible. The battalion scale is more for Napoleonics and similar systems that use '1 figure = umpty odd men' frontages.

Peter Pig do a few nice buildings, Magister Militum also.

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what about TT scale buildings? i am thinking of making a table for the BP44 and it suggests using TT scale track. Could TT scale buildings be used or would they be off too much?

 
   
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ancientsociety wrote:Try Crescent Root

http://www.crescent-root.com/15mm_index.htm
+1, I picked up a few of their smaller buildings and their Normandy church recently (mainly because the church is pretty slick and I felt silly ordering just that) and I'm quite pleased with them. I intend to put another order in sometime in the not so distant future so as to have enough to construct a reasonable Normandy town.
   
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Charging Wild Rider





Deathklaat wrote:what about TT scale buildings? i am thinking of making a table for the BP44 and it suggests using TT scale track. Could TT scale buildings be used or would they be off too much?


At least with building I always assumed that it is the HO scale....

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I really like Total Battle's Russian church, but costs will have me picking up the Musket Miniatures one. I think I will like that one more than the one in the picture given it apparently now has a thatched roof.

Plus it looks like the Musket guys are local to me.







 
   
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CainTheHunter wrote:
Deathklaat wrote:what about TT scale buildings? i am thinking of making a table for the BP44 and it suggests using TT scale track. Could TT scale buildings be used or would they be off too much?


At least with building I always assumed that it is the HO scale....


http://www.flamesofwar.com/hobby.aspx?art_id=2523

 
   
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Shotgun wrote:I really like Total Battle's Russian church, but costs will have me picking up the Musket Miniatures one. I think I will like that one more than the one in the picture given it apparently now has a thatched roof.

Plus it looks like the Musket guys are local to me.


Don't rush with Your purchase, because GF9 has announced a rural church preorder. No pics yet available, but judging from their rural buildings, it should be Eastern European style.


Deathklaat wrote:
CainTheHunter wrote:
Deathklaat wrote:what about TT scale buildings? i am thinking of making a table for the BP44 and it suggests using TT scale track. Could TT scale buildings be used or would they be off too much?


At least with building I always assumed that it is the HO scale....


http://www.flamesofwar.com/hobby.aspx?art_id=2523


Yeah, but it talks about tracks, not the building scale. With buildings I think it is HO rather than TT.

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HO is 1:87, TT is 1:120. both are off while HO is slightly closer.

 
   
 
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