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Strelets releases first half 2018

Posted by Erich von Manstein on 11 May 2018, 00:30

There are strong indications that Strelets will release their first 2018 batch within the next weeks now.

Currently they show ready figures & sprues at their website at an almost daily rate.
http://www.strelets-r.com/Pages/Index.aspx

The upcoming batch could possibly look like this:

155 - ACW Pickett's Charge Set 3
158 - ACW Confederate Skirmishing
165 - WWI Imperial Camel Corps
166 - WWI Australian Camel Corps
170 - Nap French Old Guard standing at ease
171 - Nap French Old Guard at attention
176 - WWII Japanese Type 38 75mm Field Gun & crew

M054 - 19th century Foot Bashi-Bazouk
M077 - Spartacus Army
M123 - WWI Imperial Camel Corps dismounted
M131 - WWI Australian Camel Corps dismounted
M132 - WWII British 8th Army Heavy Weapons Squad

Certainly an quite WWI-heavy list, just guessing here.

Other sets they have in queue:

129 - Nap General Staff Set 3
143 - Nap Polish Artillery
154 - ACW Union Infantry charging
159 - ACW Union Infantry firing line
160 - ACW Union Infantry in defence
167 - WWI Turkish Camel Corps
168 - Nap Prussian Landwehr on the march
169 - Nap Prussian Landwehr standing at ease
172 - WWI Arab Uprising Camel Riders
174 - Nap Prussian Line Infantry on the march
178 - ACW Pickett's Charge Set 4
179 - ACW Union Infantry in attack Set 3
184 - Nap French Line Infantry standing at attention
??? - ACW 12 pdr. Whitworth breechloading rifle
??? - WWII Afrika Korps Artillery
??? - WWI/WWII 105mm Schneider 1913 gun
??? - Boer War Artillery

M091 - Caesar Army in battle Set 2
M106 - US Rangers 1812
M110 - Spartacus Army before battle
M115 - Nap French Sappers
M116 - WWII Japanese Infantry in winter dress

A014 - WWI/WWII 220mm Schneider TR mod.1915/16 howitzer
A015 - WWI 155mm St Chamond C mod.1915 howitzer
A??? - WWI 30,5cm Mörser M.11/M.16
A??? - WWI 42cm Autohaubitze M.16

Whichever sets the upcoming release will finally contain, it is obvious that the so called “Golden Age“ never ended nor did it slow down.
The only thing that changed is that Hät compulsorily stopped flooding the market with 50 poor sets per year. Which actually is a gratifying development. ;-)

Looking forward to many of the announced Nap, WWI & WWII sets! :yeah:
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