French Indian War 1754-1763

New: Machine Gun Bunker and North American Barn

More great new laser-cut wooden terrain kits from Sarissa Precision have arrived today: This machine gun bunker follows the standard utilitarian concrete design to protect gun teams. Perfect to add…

Spotlight: Black Powder!

Sifting through the archives we came across an old article where Rick Priestley explains the origins of Warlord’s first rule system Black Powder. We thought people new to Warlord Games…

New: Resin Breastworks Set

Our new resin Breastworks come ready painted from Paul’s Modelling Workshop and can be placed straight onto your Pike & Shotte or Black Powder battlefields. These temporary earthworks were thrown up…

New: North American Dunkers Church and Bridges

More great laser-cut wooden models from Sarissa Precision, for North American Black Powder games – a Dunkers Church, a Covered Bridge and Railed Bridge. With the next Black Powder supplement…

New: French Indian War British Grenadiers

Drive back those French colonials with these two new British Grenadier sets for French Indian War Black Powder games. The first set is sculpted with the Grenadiers marching into battle….

Gallery: Colonial Rangers

We’ve received more freshly painted miniatures to show you this week. This latest batch shows off the splendid Colonial Rangers for your French Indian War battles. Designed by Conquest Miniatures, we…

Gallery: Iroquois Indians

Check out these beautifully painted French Indian War models, from the brush of the talented painter LuiFe Garcia.  

Gallery: French Indian War Frontiersmen

LiuFe Garcia, one of our talented painters has been working on the Conquest Miniatures French Indian War range we manufacture and distribute. These stunning Frontiersmen are a great example of…

Hobby: Woodland Indians, French Indian War

Following on from his British Regular Infantry regiment last week, Babiruss has also posted these great woodland Indians on our forums, making great use of some Bolt Action Support Bases:

Hobby: British Regular Infantry, French Indian War

Check out this brilliantly painted British Regular Infantry regiment posted on our forum by Babiruss. He’s created some lovely flags by painting on real fabric. Another forum user, NorseKnight83, has…

French & Indian War: Alternative Quebec

In this comprehensive article, The Last Argument of Kings author Pete Brown examines the Battle of Quebec and suggests ways to make the battle more interesting to refight as a wargame,…

Wargaming With The Rocky Mountain Tribes 1780-1840

We’re delighted to have another article from Tim Greene – this time focusing on his love of wargaming with specific tribes and how you can do the same using the…

Gallery: Tom Weiss’ Indians

Tom is an incredible painter whose work we have shown in the past on our Bolt Action miniatures. By chance we noticed he had applied his not inconsiderable talents the…

Tribes of the North Eastern Woodlands part 3

In the final part of his series about the native Indians of North America, Tim Greene concludes the series with a look at those tribes living in the South-east. Part…

Tribes of the North Eastern Woodlands part 2

Following his recent look at the Indian peoples inhabiting the Ohio Valley, Tim Greene examines the Woodland Indians whose territory is around the Great Lakes. Part Two: The Great Lakes…

Tribes of the North Eastern Woodlands – part one

Covering the Ohio Valley, this is the first three articles by Tim Greene exploring the various native Indian tribes in the Americas. Part One: The Ohio Valley By Tim Greene…