Perry Miniatures Release Their Plastic Afghan Tribesmen

August 20, 2020 by brennon

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Perry Miniatures has now released another of their plastic kits for use between the 1800s and 1900s. Afghan Tribesmen are getting ready to take the battle to an invading force, perhaps even as North West Frontier Tribesmen too!

Afghan Tribesmen Deal - Perry Miniatures

Afghan Tribesmen // Perry Miniatures

As well as being able to get your hands on these miniatures as a regular set which allows you to build thirty-six soldiers, you can also pick up the deal above to get your free metal miniature too. I suppose if you're looking to build a complete Afghan army on the tabletop then you are going to need a lot of plastic.

The kits come with a lot of bits and pieces allowing you to make some warriors with plenty of character and personality. Being able to make your soldiers feel unique is always a good thing, especially if you're playing skirmish games rather than mass battle ones. See what you think of some painted examples of these Tribesmen...

Afghan Tribesmen Painted - Perry Miniatures

Afghan Tribesmen Painted // Perry Miniatures

These are some very awesome miniatures and they provide a beard-loving fellow like me with the chance to paint up some magnificent facial hair. Anything which means you have to paint less of the face gets a thumbs up from me!

Are you going to be checking out this collection of plastic miniatures?

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