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  1. Action Figure News, Reviews & Discussion.
    Getting back to my Indian Wars obsession, I finally took some pics with the Springfield 1881 Forager Shotgun I made many years ago. It was a simple bash from a Dog Soldier trapdoor carbine, with a new barrel and short forearm - made before BattleGear Toys came out with their vastly superior...
  2. Action Figure News, Reviews & Discussion.
    It must be an awful feeling to be in the middle of a melee of horsemen and suddenly you drop your saber. There are no "time outs" in mounted warfare. To prevent just such an occurrence, the US Army issued leather saber knots to it's mounted arm. The knot - a leather strap with a tasseled end...
  3. Action Figure News, Reviews & Discussion.
    One of the earliest books on the Old West I ever got was a one of Frederic Remington illustrations from my brother. I was hooked, and bought many more. I also followed the films of John Ford, who was also inspired by Remington. One painting that always caught my eye was entitled "After the...
  4. Action Figure News, Reviews & Discussion.
    A while back, BGT started a couple of pages of American Indian Wars equipment, uniforms and weapons. I took a couple of quick pics to show some more detail on the items. I already reviewed the Trapdoor Carbine, and now there is a lot more to work with...
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