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The Magnificent Seven in 28mm

My Secret Wargaming Friend marked the opening of his new wargaming studio with a game of the Magnificent Seven. We had a blast.
In somewhat growing tradition we had bacon and egg baguettes to start the day off washed down by steaming mugs of tea or coffee.

We played a slight variation to the classic movie, but overall the game is very much along the lines of the magnificent seven. My secret wargaming friend had done a fantastic job with both the western houses, and our merry band of heroes.

Robert Vaughn
Our enemy was the dastardly band of bandits (try saying that with a mouthful of popcorn) led by the evil Calvera.

The town
The game started after the first thrashing of the bandits by our heroes, and began with their return to the village of the enemy and the subsequent major gunfight.

The local barmaid was popular.
We positioned four of our group on rooftops, and this worked out magnificently as we gunned down the bandits as they entered the town. Chris shot nine enemy figures on hi…