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Sergeant Masterson
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Croatia Hrvatska
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Posted: Monday, October 04, 2010 - 02:43 AM UTC
Andy Brazier reviews a very interesting 120mm figure from Stormtroopers, sculpted by Maurice Corry: Sergeant Masterson, 87th Regiment, Barrosa, 1811.

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Thanks for the review, Andy!
England - North West, United Kingdom
Joined: September 19, 2011
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Posted: Monday, December 05, 2011 - 01:44 AM UTC
Hi Andy thats a very good figure and your review of it is great..i'm not sure the roll is a bed roll more likely a great coat but maybe it is,,normally the sleeping kit would be with the baggage also they must have been caught on the hop as the army would normally stack packs and equipment before an action.. anyways i really like the figure as i love the Napoleonic era of warfare and will have to think about purchasing.. it would go nicely along side my Sgt Windridge figure of the same scale from Rourkes drift..i have a strange fatherly connection to that figure also because i made it not too long after my own father died and as it developed it began to look like my dad facially and with the side burns it was uncanny..oh well all that was a long time ago now.. i hope you are coping ok.. its very hard ..thanks again for a great review..shaun