Friday, May 17, 2013

Anglo - Egyptian Skirmish - 1882


Last Wednesday night two of the boys (Terry Moran and John Fulton) play tested the Egyptian Army list for Andrew Parr's Colonial rules 'Breach Loader and Rifle'. Both sides having roughly 760pts each, which included infantry, cavalry and artillery. 


The British fielded three line companies, two Elite Highlander companies, a cavalry squadron and an artillery section.


On the the Egyptian side were five line infantry companies, two irregular companies, two cavalry and an artillery section.


Egyptian artillery section


The British artillery section


Egyptian irregulars 




Egyptian regulars fend off their British counterparts. The British were shot down before actually reaching the Egyptians.



Irregulars caught by British Hussars


Who in turn were caught in the rear by a squadron of Bashi-Bazouks


A random camel train...from Cast-a-way Arts



Highlanders charge in.



7 comments:

DeanM said...

Impressive figures and game as always. Best, Dean

Syl said...

Hi,
Great! It's very beautifull.
Good game
Sylvain

John Lambshead said...

Lovely display.

Phil said...

Fantastic pictures with wonderful looking figures, really impressive!!
Phil.

Giles said...

Very impressive and inspiring stuff.

Best wishes

Giles

Captain Richard's miniature Civil War said...

top shelf work vinnie

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