Form til 40 mm tinfigur
These soldiers make up the bulk of line infantry in the 18th Century armies. Firing in a line was a tactic to address the poor accuracy of the muskets used. There were many styles of firing in line to try to maximise the speed and impact of troop fire in battle. After one line of soldiers fire they crouch down to allow fire from their colleaques behind them, while they reload.
The French Regiments, the Karoliners and the Irish Wild Geese are the same vulcanised black rubber moulds. F901, S901 & I901 are the same mould supplied with a lable with a picture appropriate to that regiments colour scheme.
The Karoliner vulcanised black rubber moulds, the French Regiments 1750 and the Irish Wild Geese are the same moulds.
You can cast up to 500 castings per hole using Prince August Model Metal. Keep the moulds out of direct sunlight when storing them. Never use water to cool metal in a mould.