15mm 1809 Saxon Chevaulegers.
Fighting 15s restores former Oddzial Osmy cavalry to the line.
Fighting 15s has re-released the 15mm 1809 Saxon chevaulegers formerly made by Oddzial Osmy of Poland. The chevaulegers have been remastered, have new production moulds and now come with one-piece horses, rather than the two-part horses of the originals: riders are still separate from the horses.
Figures are priced at £3.20 for four identical troopers and £1.60 for two command figures, with a standard bearer available as an option for an extra 80p. A unit pack of 12 figures including two command is £9.60. Prices include VAT.
Fighting 15s is in the gradual process of re-releasing all of Oddzial Osmy’s 15mm Napoleonic line. The Saxon chevaulegers join the Krakusi and Russian Cossacks in the line-up of re-releases.
For convenience, the figures are listed in the New Arrivals section of the Fighting 15s website.
14/12/2014 at 01:28
They are really nice-looking figures. How do they compare size-wise to other ranges? Are they really 15s or are they 18s? (To be honest, judging by the level of detail i am guessing that they are 20s.)
14/12/2014 at 13:58
There’s a comparison pic on my own blog at http://wp.me/pIB2-wK
Or check out the picture at https://oozlumgames.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/f15s_cavalry_comparisons.jpg
The pic shows an AB French dragoon, Fighting 15s Saxon Chevauleger, Fighting 15s Russian cossack, Old Glory 15s, and a typical Joey. The Saxon chevauleger rider is the same size as the Old Glory and Essex riders, but is on a taller, leggier horse; the rider is smaller than the French dragoon from AB. So the riders won’t look out of place with other 15mm ranges.
14/12/2014 at 14:54
Thanks Ian. They are very nice figures and I really like the look of the horses but they will definitely be a bit big for me. It’s a shame because they do look good.