Perry’s New 28mm Prussian Plastics Now Available To Buy

July 21, 2021 by brennon

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Perry Miniatures has now released two of their plastic kits for your Franco-Prussian wargaming. You can now snag yourself some 28mm Prussians for use in building your armies for the period of 1870-1871.

Prussian Infantry Advancing - Perry Miniatures

Prussian Infantry Advancing // Perry Miniatures

First up we have a set of Prussian Infantry Advancing. This allows you to build thirty-nine freckin' figures! There are all manner of options presented within the set for weapons, poses, heads and accessories. If you're new to Perry Miniatures' plastics then you are in for a treat.

Prussian Infantry Advancing Miniatures - Perry Miniatures

Prussian Infantry Advancing Miniatures // Perry Miniatures

The folks at Perry Miniatures do a great job of researching their kits before they start sculpting them. So, they should be great for those who want to get that dose of historical realism within their army.

As well as the advancing set, you also have the Prussian Infantry Skirmishing that you can snap up. This is pretty handy if you want to start showing off your troops in action.

Prussian Skirmish Line - Perry Miniatures

Prussian Skirmish Line // Perry Miniatures

Much like the first set, this one comes with thirty-nine miniatures. They can also be mixed and matched with the advancing set so that you get access to even more poses.

Prussian Skirmish Line Miniatures - Perry Miniatures

Prussian Skirmish Line Miniatures // Perry Miniatures

Here you can see some of the new Prussians lined up on the tabletop, advancing towards the battlefield. There is something pretty awesome about these ranks and ranks of colourful soldiers marching to war.

Prussian Infantry In Battle - Perry Miniatures

Prussian Infantry In Battle // Perry Miniatures

If you're looking to pick up a lot of these miniatures then you might want to consider looking at picking up a bundle. If you do, you will get yourself a free metal miniature for General Karl Friedrich von Steinmetz.

Are you tempted to check out these new Prussians from the folks at Perry Miniatures?

"There is something pretty awesome about these ranks and ranks of colourful soldiers marching to war..."

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