A blog about my interest in all things military, wargaming and last but not least my military vehicle adventures.
Saturday, 1 August 2015
Picture Of The Week - No 46 - Shermans
Comment: This weeks picture shows a couple of WW2 British Shermans. The one on the left being a Firefly, the one of the right being armed with a 105mm. Main points of interest in the picture are:
a) Track extenders fitted to assist with mobility over soft ground, and
b) All the extra track hanging off the vehicles for extra protection.
Posted by Vulture at 09:55 2 comments:
Labels: Military Vehicle, Picture Of The Week, Tank, Tank - Sherman, ww2
For no particular reason I've been lax in posting updates to this Blog, need to give myself a talking to a I feel ! LOL Been doing lots of gaming, just lacked the writing inspiration to burst into print about them. Anyway, at the club on Thursday six of us had a game of 28mm ancients using the Hail Caesar rules. The scenario (devised by John Savage) was a Roman baggage train in Britain being ambushed by the oppressed populace. Our group is still very much learning this rule-set, but found overall that it gave quite an acceptable result on the table-top. I've been sufficiently inspired to order the rule book from Warlord and am just waiting on it turning up.
Here's a few pics from the game (all the beautifully painted figures are Johns).
Posted by Vulture at 09:43 1 comment:
Labels: Hail Caesar, harrogate wargamers club, Rules, wargaming
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