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NEW PRODUCT: KONG LING GE X MR. Z - MING DYNASTY SERIES - LIAODONG MONGOL CAVALIER HORSE 1/6 SCALE MODEL (4 COLOR)

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Stryker2011

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I know these have been available for PO for awhile, but I thought some might find them interesting.

Product Description

There are four colors available to choose

001 - Light Brown
002 - Dark Brown
003 - Slate Grey
004 - White Grey

Parts list:

Mongol Horse x 1
Saddle set x 1
Satchel bag x 1
Army blanket x 1












































#newproduct #horse #animal #historic #Mongol

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Thank you for posting. They look beautifully done. Unfortunately, statues.


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Very nice Mongolian ponies. The level of detail is exquisite. The problem with them is that they can really only be used as Mongolian ponies. They don't resemble horses used by anyone else so their versatility is limited.


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Stryker2011

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shazzdan wrote:Very nice Mongolian ponies. The level of detail is exquisite. The problem with them is that they can really only be used as Mongolian ponies. They don't resemble horses used by anyone else so their versatility is limited.

That was pretty much my thoughts, as well. I do like the mixed media on this one. I kind of wish they would have done that on the Draught horses they put out a while ago.


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Draught horses aren't much use either because they never existed before the 17th century. Breeds such as Clydesdales and Percherons were specifically bred to pull carriages when the roads in Europe started to improve. Medieval warriors rode smaller horses; 14-15 hands was typical. The closest modern equivalent to a medieval warhorse would be a hunter. A good book on the subject is Andrew Ayton's Knights and Warhorses.

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Yeah, but they look bad@$$! Wink


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Oh my God ! I love it !Thanks for showing

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