These  finely cast and highly detailed 28mm miniatures  have been  designed to recreate the tumultuous, turbulent times during the 1830's when Texas fought for independence from Mexico, Comanche war parties raided homesteads and peasants fought tyranny in Alta California.

These figures have been extensively researched to accurately portray the look and feel of the times together with a dash of Hollywoood thrown in for good measure.

The range includes Texian personalities like David "Davy" Crockett, James Bowie and William Travis. The Mexican army is properly represented and includes soldados in various uniforms and poses, Cazadores, cavalry, artillerymen and Zapadores.

The Boot Hill range is ever expanding and now includes US army deserters, Civilian Tejanos and other notable personalities such as Sam Houston and Generalisimo Santa Anna. 

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