Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Skirmish Wargame Show March 2017


Last Sunday me and Postie made a long trip up the A2 to Sidcup for the first Skirmish Show of the year. There we met fellow Rejects BigLee and Clint. The show is run by
Redcoat Models with a Zulu War theme and is a must for the Rejects. It is only a little show but its definitly worth a visit. The next show is in September, with the theme of Napoleonics!
Perhaps I'll have a go at persuading Postie to put on a game there??
What do you all think?



Rainham Wargames Club - Clint & Co
Zulu Wars






Milton Hundred Wargames Club - Maori Wars






Painters at work!


Skirmish Gamers - 54mm Zulu War





Privateers of London - ACW Naval



Not sure who? - Frostgrave




Old Guard - Romans v Ancient British





Gravesend Gamers Guild



Medway Wargames Society - Pax Limpopo








HHGC 



Maidstone Wargames - Romans v Ancient British






The Bring & Buy


Sammy's Scenics - WWII




Clint (YES he does normally look like this) & BigLee


A wonderful Zulu Wars display












Last pic and last few minutes of the show, it was busier than this I promise! The main hall
Postie and Col Bill can be seen chatting top left



Great show roll on September!!


43 comments:

  1. Some cool battles. Is Sidcup ready for postie

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  2. Looks like some great games there Ray!

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  3. That picture of me is Brilliant I am still chucking!
    I look like Quasimodo!

    Nice Pics all round mate

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  4. The full size displays of armor and weapons were just as impressive.
    Frostgrave looked really cool. So did the giant arena battle.
    Good to see your buddy Clint was all cheery that day!

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  5. Wonderful looking games, thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures Ray!

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  6. Nice piccies and the games look good fun.

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  7. Looks like a splendid day out, love that display at then, very impressive.

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    1. It was a great display Sir M. Amazing how flimsy the shields were???

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  8. Many outstanding displays both in gaming and Zulu Wars memorabilia!

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  9. Thanks for the photo journal of your experiences.

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  10. That hill fort is pretty fantastic - and it looks like a good show overall.

    FMB

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  11. Thanks - good spotlight on the show.

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  12. Those are some great pics, Ray! Thanks for sharing!

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  13. Ray, I see you have taken a picture of the back of my head at the Welling Model Club painting their British Zulu's.

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  14. Very cool stuff Ray. I always enjoy seeing 54mm troops on the field!

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    1. You don't see many 54mm games in England.

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  15. Looks like a great setup, Ray.

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